Featured TV Pets Looking for Homes

Darlene White from the San Diego Animal Support Foundation appears every morning on television to highlight a homeless pet from dozens of local shelters and rescues. Below are the details and video links for featured pets still in need of a home.
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Giada Click on Giada's picture to see her video on San Diego 6-CW Animal House!


Name:
Giada (ID: 3289)
Breed: Australian Shepherd Mix
Age: 10 month old puppy
Sex: Spayed Female
Organization: California Labradors, Retrievers, and More Rescue
Phone: (858) 273-5386
Website: http://www.labsandmore.org/dog/?animalidnumber=3289

Ten month old Giada, or Gigi as her foster mom calls her, is 60-pounds of puppy love! She's a sweet, playful girl who is shy at times but warms up quickly. She loves to run around and greet all the humans at the dog park before she gets down to the business of playing with other dogs. She had a blast on her first trip to Fiesta Island this weekend. Gigi is energetic and playful, but might not know her true size. Since she's a big puppy, she would do best in a home with older children or children who are comfortable around big, energetic dogs. Giada knows some basic commands, is good with other dogs, is housetrained, and sleeps through the night in her foster mom's room. She's spayed, microchipped, and up to date on vaccinations. If you're interested in adopting her, please fill out an online adoption application at LabsAndMore.org or call and leave a message for more information.

Kristi Click on Kristi's picture to see her video on San Diego 6-CW Animal House!


Name:
Kristi
Breed: Queensland/Lab mix
Age: 11 month old puppy
Sex: Spayed Female
Organization: Second chance dog rescue
Phone: (619) 721-3647
Website: www.secondchancedogrescue.org

Kristi is an 11-month-old puppy. She's a mix of Queensland Heeler and Labrador Retriever and weighs about 42-pounds. Kristi is very sweet and likes to cuddle, give kisses, and go for runs. Because she's in a foster home, we know she's good with children and other dogs. She's also crate-trained and walks very well on a leash. She knows some basic commands and is eager to learn more. Kristi is treat motivated, which makes for easy training. She'd do best with a yard to play in, and friends to play with....either another dog or children! Call or fill out an application at SecondChanceDogRescue.org. They have adoption events in Mission Valley, La Jolla and Poway, and even if you're not ready to adopt, they have many dogs on a waiting list needing foster homes in order to be saved. All dogs are spayed or neutered, vaccinated and microchipped prior to adoption.

Cole Click on Cole's picture to see Cole (and Sammy's) video on KUSI GOOD MORNING SAN DIEGO


Name:
Cole
Breed: Domestic Short Hair
Age: 4 months old
Sex: Neutered Male
Organization: Southern CA Siamese Rescue
Phone Number: 818-830-3380
Website: cs.siameserescue.org

Cole is a very sweet, loving boy. He loves to cuddle with his foster mom and dad. He's very playful, curious and funny. He's also a lap cat. He's an active boy so it would be best if had a playmate. He gets along very well with his foster buddy Sammy and it would be great if they were adopted together but not mandatory. He's a smart boy and loves to watch his foster mom cook. His adoption fee includes all his shots and he's been neutered. We have a great video of Cole on our Website.

Crumbles Click on Molly's picture to see her most recent video on San Diego 6-CW Animal House (and CLICK HERE to see Molly's TV Debut)! And Molly was featured on the Mighty 1090 Pet Connection!


Name:
Molly
Breed: Great Pyrenees
Age: 7 years old
Sex: Spayed Female
Organization: Great Pyrenees Association of Southern California Rescue
Phone: (858) 847-2271

Molly is a 140-pound Great Pyrenees for adoption from the Great Pyrenees Association of Southern California. She's almost 7 years old, and despite her large stature, she's a gentle giant. She loves all people, including children, she's great with other dogs, and even tolerates an annoying puppy in her foster home who constantly jumps all over her. She loves going on walks and car rides, and she's a very easy dog to have around. She's completely housetrained and very much an indoor dog who wants to be with people all the time. She doesn't require supervision, as she has no behavioral issues, and believe it or not, she really doesn't eat much. Molly's foster mom takes her to coffee shops and restaurants, and Molly is the center of attention everywhere she goes. Contact Kristen at (858) 847-2217 or go to GreatPyrRescue.org.

Judy Click on Judy's picture to see her video on San Diego 6-CW Animal House!


Name:
Judy (20007)
Breed: Miniature Pinscher/Shar Pei
Age: 7 years old
Sex: Spayed Female
Organization: El Cajon Animal Shelter, 1275 N. Marshall St.
Phone: (619) 441-1580 or (619) 579-3375
Direct link to Petfinder profile: https://www.petfinder.com/petdetail/32549616

Judy is a not-so-Miniature Pinscher/Shar Pei mix...she's a bit of a chunky-monkey and needs a family who will help her return to a healthy weight. She'll be the ideal diet and exercise partner for someone, and with an adoption fee of just $30, that's a 1/3 of the hourly cost you'd pay for a personal trainer to help you get into shape! What a DEAL! She's super sweet and loving, but shelter life is proving to be a bit overwhelming for her. She's a little nervous with all the people staring at her from outside her bars...but if you ask one of the staff members to bring her into the play yard, then you'll see how warm and loving she is. You'll see that she's a staff favorite for good reason! She likes to chase toys, go on walks, she's housebroken, and her manners are impeccable. She does have a sensitive nature, so she'd probably be most comfortable in a calm, adult environment or around older kids. She's good with other dogs, too. Come meet her Tuesday through Saturday at the El Cajon Animal Shelter on Marshall Street. Judy is patiently waiting for you in kennel #63!

Opal Click on Opal's picture to see her video on San Diego 6-CW Animal House!


Name: Opal
Breed: Scottish Schnauzer
Age: 2 years old
Sex: Spayed Female
Organization: The Rescued Dog
Phone: 619-356-3390 619-356-3390
Website: TheRescuedDog.org

If you're looking for an enthusiastic, affectionate new friend, meet Opal...an adorable Scottish Schnauzer who loves to snuggle when she is not playing or meeting new friends. She's great with kids and has wonderful habits at home. Opal doesn't chew on things, she's house-trained, sleeps through the night in her crate, and knows basic commands. When she's out on walks or at the dog park she loves meeting other dogs and people. Her only flaws seem to be that she gets a little excited and pulls on her leash when she sees another dog, and her fear of skateboards, loud cars and busses. She's 21 pounds and will be 2 in September. She was saved from a high kill shelter as a puppy and adopted to a family who now can't keep her, due to no fault of her own. In fact, the family insists Opal is a great, playful, cute and cuddly dog, with overall great behavior. There are two ways for you to meet Opal: Fill out an online app at TheRescuedDog.org, or join them Sunday at the Shelter Island Wine Pub for a VIP, or Very Important Pooches, party from 5 to 7 p.m.

Gabe Click on Gabe's picture to see his video on San Diego 6-CW Animal House!

Name
: Gabe
Breed: Rottweiler
Age: 5-month-old puppy
Sex: Neutered Male
Organization: San Diego Rottweiler Rescue
Phone: (619) 212-6028


Gabe was the sole survivor of his litter. He was adopted from a shelter, only to be returned several months later. The adopter got him as a puppy and didn't set boundaries so he's very energetic and excitable, however he does respond to the word "no". He knows sit, takes his treats gently, and is great with cats and dogs of all sizes. He's housebroken and enjoys riding in the car. Give him a toy and you're his best friend. He still needs training so he can learn his boundaries, and he needs a family who will help him burn off some of his energy, and not lock him away in a kennel. He's super affectionate, loves to give kisses and snuggle. He'd be best around kids who are at least 8 years of age. This 5-month-old ‪#‎Rottweiler‬/ ‪#‎Labrador‬ puppy is available thru SD Rottweiler Rescue at (619) 212-6028

Levi As featured on KUSI GOOD MORNING SAN DIEGO


Name: Levi
Sex:
Male/Neutered
Age:
2 years old
Breed: Labrador Retriever mix 
Organization:
The Rescued Pup
Phone:
(760) 788-6805
Webpage:
http://www.therescuedpup.com/pet/levi/

Levi is a 2 year old lab mix with medium energy. Everything is new and exciting for this guy. He's been with The Rescued Pup for a week after he was running the streets of San Diego, and turned into a shelter. He's a really smart guy that is quickly learning his basic commands and manners. We think Levi missed out on vital socialization, possibly from living as a backyard dog in his previous life, so we are helping him learn how to interact with people. While he may not be a good match for a home with small children, he will be going through training to potentially become a service dog for someone in the future. His adoption fee includes his neuter, microchip, rabies, shots, and extensive training. Please contact The Rescued Pup at TheRescuedPup.com to fill out an application.

Noodles Click on Noodles's picture to see his video on San Diego 6-CW Animal House!


Name:
Noodles
Breed: Bichon Frise/ Poodle mix
Age: 1 year old
Sex: Neutered Male
Weight: 15-lbs full grown
Phone: (619) 977-3593 (Call or text)
Webpage: http://www.arwob.org/animals/detail?AnimalID=8811198

Noodles was rescued from a home where he lived for 6-months living alone in a garage and only going outside for a walk or two a day. When he was first rescued by Animal Rescuers Without Borders, everything was exciting and strange to him. It took some time to adjust but now he knows what it's like to live indoors and be with a loving foster family. Until just this week, he's been living with a family with multiple children, ranging in age from 12 years to toddlers, and he's great with all of then. He's also good with other small dogs though he prefers the company of humans. He's disinterested in cats. Noodles is completely house-trained and does well on car rides. Since his foster family was only able to foster him for the summer, he is losing his foster family today! That means ARWOB is in desperate need of a faster family for him, and asks anyone seeing the segment if they can email, call, text or submit an online foster or adoption application TODAY a member of ARWOB will contact you immediately.

Bee Bee Click on Bee Bee's picture to see her video on San Diego 6-CW Animal House! Bee Bee was also featured as the Pet of the Week on the Mighty 1090 Pet Connection! (and ... Bee Bee was also recently featured on KUSI GOOD MORNING SAN DIEGO)!

Name:
Beebee (pronounced bee - bee)
Breed: German Shepherd
Age: 4 years old
Sex: Spayed Female
Organization: Coastal German Shepherd Rescue San Diego
Phone: (858) 779-9149
Website: http://www.coastalgsrsd.org/


Beebee is a low to medium energy dog who loves to hang out with her people and to go on walks. She's interested in knowing what's going on at all times and loves to be brushed, groomed and have her head scratched and ears rubbed. She has the eyes that the German Shepherd breed is known for. Beebee was turned in to the shelter by owners who had allowed her to become obese to the point where she could barely walk and had developed hip dysplasia. Her only chance of ever walking again was surgery on both hips, followed by rehab using an underwater treadmill and laser therapy.. She's lost 40 pounds, enjoys walking, and will soon have surgery on her other hip. Beebee's ideal family would be someone who will continue to help her get into shape. And if you like to sit and watch movies, Beebee would love to be there by your side. She's not good with small dogs and animals, and is a bit selective with large dogs, so she'd be best as the only family pet.

Cumbia Click on Cumbia's picture to see her video on San Diego 6-CW Animal House!


Name:
Cumbia
Breed: Cattle Dog/Labrador Mix
Age: 3 years
Sex: Spayed Female
Organization: California Labradors, Retrievers, and More Rescue
Phone: (858) 273-5386
Website: www.labsandmore.org

This sweet and friendly girl is Cumbia. She's a Cattle Dog/Labrador mix and a nice size at 50-pounds. She knows to sit automatically for treats, and will take them very gently. She's a calm girl who loves to be with her people. Cumbia is house and crate trained, quiet, and gets along with the other dogs and cats in her foster home, though she will chase a cat if it runs...her foster family is working on this.. She sleeps through the night, walks great on her leash, and is non-reactive to other dogs. Cumbia languished in a shelter for more than a year, until a Labs and More volunteer saw her and was won over by her sweet disposition. Now she's looking for someone who will make her part of the family, include her in activities, and give her plenty of love. Cumbia is spayed, microchipped and up to date on vaccinations. If you think you're the one who can give Cumbia the loving home she deserves, please fill out an adoption application online at www.labsandmore.org.

Kodiak Click on Kodiak's picture to see his video on San Diego 6-CW Animal House!


Name:
Kodiak
Breed: Norfolk terrier/Corgi
Age: 2 years old
Sex: Neutered Male
Organization: The Rescued Dog
Phone: (619) 356-3390
Web: TheRescuedDog.org

Meet 2-year-old Kodiak; an adorable Norfolk terrier/Corgi mix who was brought to San Diego from the Humane Society of Imperial County. Kodiak enjoys his walks, but wants to meet other dogs, chase the birds around, and run free. His enthusiasm can cause him to forget his leash manners, so a harness may be a great way to curtail his excitement and put less strain on him. His concentration shows an eagerness to work with his owner to learn new things, and he already knows the basic commands. He's also completely house AND crate trained! He likes to cuddle on the couch or in bed. While he hasn't been around children or cats, he is around dogs regularly and has exhibited all signs of a dog with great social skills. He also keeps himself occupied with his love for toys like kongs or ropes. If you're interested in meeting
Kodiak, please fill out an application at TheRescuedDog.org and a volunteer will be in touch for a meet and greet.

Zorra Click on Zorra's picture to see her video on San Diego 6-CW Animal House!


Name:
Zorra
Breed: Pomeranian
Age: 4 years old
Sex: Spayed Female
Organization: Animal Rescuers Without Borders
Phone: (619) 977-3593
Website: www.ARWOB.org

Zorra is a 4-year-old, 10-pound Pomeranian who was relinquished by a family who moved away. While she's a little shy initially, she quickly warms up to dogs, cats, children and adults. She's great in the car, crate and house-trained, doesn't bark, loves her walks, and has a good energy level. She's relaxed and enjoys the company of people, but can also be independent and not needy. Zorra's foster family loves her and says she has an excellent personality. She could go to a family with other pets, or be an only dog, and since she doesn't have any issues being indoors alone, she can go with someone who works 8-hours a day. She's just a really easy dog. Head to www.ARWOB.org for an adoption application, and come down to the Doggy Street Festival this Saturday from 9-to-3 to meet Zorra and lots of other animals at the Animal Rescuers Without Borders booth!

Ariel Click on Ariel's picture to see her video on KUSI Good Morning San Diego!


Name: Ariel
Breed: Corgi/Sheltie mix
Age: 5 months old
Sex: Spayed Female
Organization: The Rescued Dog
Phone: (619) 356-3390
Website: TheRescuedDog.org

Along with her three sisters, Ariel was dumped in a box at the residence of Humane Society of Imperial County's director, sick and covered in ticks. The Rescued Dog brought Ariel and her sisters home to San Diego and volunteers spent hours picking the ticks off of these poor babies. Like most puppies do, Ariel and her sisters took it all in stride.

Now Ariel is all cleaned up, healthy, fattened up, and ready to start her forever life with her new family. This adorable puppy is a sweet and shy girl, who likes her naps and snuggles.

She was adopted and returned due to a sensitive stomach , but she is feeling better and ready for a home now! Ariel is expected to be in the 20 to 35 pound range when full-grown. She seems to be a mix of sheltie-corgi-spaniel, with fluffy fur and a longer body. Really, her mix is anyone's guess, but whatever it is, it sure it cute! If you would like to meet Ariel, please fill out an application at TheRescuedDog.org.


Remolaude As featured on the Mighty 1090 Pet Connection and San Diego 6-CW Animal House (click on Remolaude's picture to see her video)!


Name: Remolaude
Breed: Greyhound
Age: 5 years old
Sex: Spayed Female
Organization: Greyhound Adoption Center, 4821 Dehesa Road in El Cajon
Phone: (877) HoundSavers
Website: HoundSavers.org

Remolaude is a five year old greyhound residing at the Greyhound Adoption Center. She arrived from the Caliente racetrack in Mexico on June 13 with eight other greyhounds, all named for sauces! Remolaude cannot live with a cat but does very well with small dogs as well as other breeds. She is a happy, playful greyhound and would love to join an active family with children. All dogs from the Greyhound Adoption Center have a complete medical evaluation, are spayed or neutered, vaccinated, microchipped, and undergo a thorough dental cleaning after arrival. They are then fully evaluated for temperament and personality as well as tested with cats, small dogs, and children before being profiled for a home.

Buster Click on Buster's picture to see his video on San Diego 6-CW Animal House!


Name: Buster
Breed: Dachshund mix
Age: 1.5 years old
Sex: Neutered Male
Organization: The Rescued Dog
Phone: (619) 356-3390
Website: TheRescuedDog.org

Are you looking for a sweet and mellow guy to round out your pack? Meet Buster...an easygoing guy looking for a forever family who will shower him with love and affection. He promises to return the favor! Buster is currently in a foster home with a high energy toy poodle and he gets along with her great. His mellow demeanor and adaptable style make him a great second dog, although he would be fine as a solo dog too. Buster is a smart little dude, and already knows commands like "come" and "down", and he responds well to his name. He's a gentleman on the leash and enjoys a nice walk. He's interested in, and friendly with, other dogs when he is out and about. Buster is a great size at 20-pounds and a year and a half old. He's the perfect age to start the rest of his life with his forever family. Are you looking for an adorable and affectionate guy to join your pack? Fill out an application at TheRescuedDog.org to meet Buster!

Bambi 2 Click on Bambi's picture to see her video on San Diego 6-CW Animal House!

Name:
Bambi
Breed: Chihuahua mix
Age: 2 years old
Sex: Spayed Female
Organization: Scratch My Belly
Phone: (858) 847-2271
Website: ScratchMyBelly.org


Bambi is a 2-year-old, 9-pound Chihuahua, saved from a high kill shelter just 20-minutes before she was to be put to sleep. She was deemed unadoptable because she was so fearful nobody could get near her. She was pulled from the shelter by a rescue organization, and placed in a local foster home. Her foster family, which includes two small children, say it was very apparent this scared little girl was so happy to be in a place where she felt safe. Even though she was previously a street dog, she loves being around people, and warmed up quickly to her foster family, settling into the life she always deserved. She loves playing the role of Mama to all the baby foster dogs in the home, no matter what their size. When she's not playing, you'll find her wanting to cuddle and give kisses every chance she gets. Contact ScratchMyBelly.org to find out how you can adopt Bambi.

Frederica Click on Frederica's picture to see her video on KUSI GOOD MORNING SAN DIEGO!


Name:
Frederica
Breed: Rat Terrier/Toy Fox Terrier
Age: 1.6 years old
Sex: Spayed Female
Organization: Animal Rescuers Without Borders
Phone: 619-977-3593
Website: ARWOB.org

Frederica is a special little 10-pound girl who has gone through so much change and hardship in her year and a half of life.  She was owned by a family who had bred her twice, and were making money off her puppies.  Because she was malnourished, there were complications of her third pregnancy requiring a c-section.  Not wanting to pay the bill, the owners told the vet to euthanize her. Instead he got them to relinquish ownership, and then performed the surgery.  Sadly, all the puppies died because they were malnourished, and Frederica has been boarding at the hospital since that time. Recently, she was moved into an ARWOB foster home with a family who says she is happy, energetic and silly.  The photos can't capture how fun and engaging she is.  She's very trusting and eager to please.  Her favorite pastime is chasing tennis balls and playing with anything that squeaks.  She's 100% housetrained, crate trained, and loves riding in the car.  She's a good watchdog, but doesn't bark unless there's a good reason.  She gets along great with other dogs, she's great with people, including children, and seems unfazed by cats.  Call Animal Rescuers Without Borders at or visit ARWOB.org for an adoption application.  

Maria CLICK on Maria's picture to see her video on San Diego 6-CW Animal House!

Name: Maria
Breed: Border terrier mix
Age: 1 year old
Sex: Spayed Female
Organization: Animal Rescuers Without Borders
Phone: (619) 977-3593 cell (call or text)
Web:
ARWOB.org


Maria was rescued by a good Samaritan who was coming home from work and noticed a depressed, sad dog huddled up sleeping on the side of the street. She left behind some food for her, and a few blocks later she realized the dog had followed her home. The dog was limping and obviously injured. So, she gave the pup a safe-haven for the day, then the week, then a month. She could hardly afford food for herself, let alone vet care for the dog, so the woman contacted ARWOB. When they spayed her, they discovered she was pregnant, and would have given birth with a broken leg on the side of the road after being hit by a car. Since she had been suffering with her injuries for so long and they already began to heal, specialists said there is no reason to do surgery or amputate her leg, so she will always limp and have one hind leg shorter then the other. Maria is happy and runs around the yard with her dog friends who she loves, plus, she LOVES children, all people and is just super social. She is absolutely terrified of cats...so she needs a home without a feline. She rides very well in the car, goes up and down stairs well, walks nicely on the leash, and she's almost housetrained. Even if you're not sure Maria is the one for you, ARWOB will allow you to foster to adopt, if it's the perfect match, so call or visit their website.

Captain Jack CLICK HERE to see Captain Jack on San Diego 6-CW Animal House! (And Captain Jack was also featured on the Mighty 1090 Pet Connection)!

Name:
Captain Jack
Breed: California Desert Tortoise
Age: 25 years old with a 100 year life expectancy
Sex: Male
Organization: San Diego Turtle & Tortoise Society
Phone: (760) 738-8865
Website: www.SDTurtle.org


Captain Jack has been in foster care for over 400 days and is ready for a great family home. Unfortunately, SDTTS has SO MANY that it has been hard to get them all adopted. Captain Jack is healthy, friendly and eating well. He's looking for a home with a minimum area outdoors of 15 x 20 with a small little dog type house, water bowl and some grass and weeds. While he eats the natural grasses and weeds in the area, he also likes Romaine Lettuce, Cactus, Dark Greens, & Bermuda Grass Hay. SDTTS also provides several kinds of supplement foods to start off with. He will make a perfect pet for anyone with allergies and prefers an outdoor pet who can hang out with them while they garden. He will follow you around the yard and is friendly with children as well. For more info about Turtles & Tortoises and how to properly care for them, visit www.SDTurtle.org.

Willow Rose Click on Willow Rose's picture to see her video on San Diego 6-CW Animal House!


Name:
Willow Rose
Breed: Cairn Terrier mix
Age: 1 year old
Sex: Spayed Female
Organization: The Rescued Dog.org
Phone: (619) 356-3390
Website: TheRescuedDog.org


This adorable pint-sized Cairn Terrier mix is named Willow Rose, and she's a mere 10-pounds and full-grown at just a year old. She was one of the lucky dogs pulled from the Imperial County Humane Society, where she was brought in as a stray. She's now safe in a foster home where she's building her confidence with new people, especially men. Willow has excellent leash manners, and if fun and polite on walks and short runs. She knows some basic commands, and has good name recall. She's housebroken and trustworthy if left in the home by herself. Please fill out an application at TheRescuedDog.org or call for more info. You can also meet Willow at The Wine Pub in Pt. Loma tonight from 6 to 8, during an amazing fundraiser for the rescue including book authors, and a Dancing With The Stars judge.

Mimi Click on Mimi's picture to see her video on San Diego 6-CW Animal House!


Name:
Mimi
Breed: Yorkie/Poodle (Yoodle? Pookie?)
Age: 1 year old (not even)
Sex: Spayed Female
Organization: Scratch My Belly
Phone: (858) 344-2423
Website: ScratchMyBelly.org

Mimi is a sweet petite little Yorkie/Poodle mix weighing in at only 6 pounds. She's barely a year old and was rescued from a hoarder who was giving away puppies on Craigslist in exchange for food. Scratch My Belly was alerted to the situation and stepped in to help save this sweet pup and her sister. Mimi was taken straight to the vet where they discovered she was already pregnant. She had only one puppy, who sadly passed away last week, leaving Mimi noticeably depressed. This wonderful girl loves kids, playing with other dogs, and is a champion snuggler. She's the perfect lap dog and her foster family just adores her. If you'd like to adopt Mimi call (858) 344-2423 or go to ScratchMyBelly.org to fill out an application.

Bonnie & Glory Click on Bonnie and Glory's picture to see their video on KUSI Good Morning San Diego! Update: Glory was adopted, Bonnie is still available!

Name:
Bonnie
Breed : Siamese Domestic Mix
Age: 4 months old
Sex: Spayed Female

Name : Glory
Breed :
Siamese Mix
Age :
3 months old
Sex:
Spayed Female

Organization: So Cal Siamese Rescue
Phone:
(818) 830-3380
Website:
cs.siameserescue.org

Bonnie came to us with her two Siamese litter mates, who were adopted together last month.  Since then she has bonded with little Glory.  They are very much alike – playful, smart and super affectionate.  If someone is getting loves she will jump up and join so she can get her loves too. While SOCSR focus is on the Siamese breed, our hearts are open to all breeds.  Bonne and Glory have a special bond and would love to find a home together.

Glory
is a cute little fluffball who loves attention and affection. She was the lone survivor of a litter of 4 and rejected by her mother. She came to me at 5 days old, eyes not opened. She was a bottle baby. Since she has been hand raised and traveled with me daily to and from work, she is used to and love human interaction and rides in the card nicely. She love her foster mate Bonnie who I have with me today.

Ce Ce Click on Cece's picture to see her video on San Diego 6-CW Animal House!


Name:
Cece (Dog ID: 2551)
Breed: Belgian Shepherd Malinios
Age: 1 year old
Sex: Spayed Female
Organization:: California Labradors, Retrievers, and More Rescue
Phone: (858) 273-5386 (Voicemail)
Website: www.labsandmore.org

Cece is a 1 year old sweet, friendly Belgian Malinios mix who easily wins over everyone she meets because of her loving personality. She is smart, energetic and would be a wonderful companion for someone with an active lifestyle. Cece loves playing fetch and going on long hikes. She's house trained, good with cats, dogs, horses, and kids of all ages. Cece suffers from an enlarged esophagus, a manageable medical condition, whereby her throat muscles can't push her food down to her stomach. This condition requires the use of a special feeding chair called a Bailey Chair which she sits in to eat her two meals per day. According to her foster mom, she's easy to feed and can eat any brand of dog food as long as it is blended with water. She can even eat some treats and drink some water when she is not sitting in her chair. Cece is spayed, microchipped, up to date on shots and can't wait to find her forever family! If you are interested in adopting Cece, please apply online at www.labsandmore.org.

Frankie the Dog Click on Frankie's video to see his video will on San Diego 6-CW Animal House!




Name:
Frankie
Breed: Cairn/Silky Terrier mix
Age: 2 years old
Sex: Neutered Male
Organization: Animal Rescuers Without Borders (ARWOB)
Phone: (619) 977-3593 (call or text)

Frankie is a 2-year-old, Silky/Cairn Terrier mix who weighs about 10 pounds. He's a very cuddly lap-dog who adores his humans. If you try to ignore his charms, he'll paw at you until you give in. He's a completely housetrained, indoor dog, and behaves in his kennel. He loves going on walks and doesn't pull on the leash. Frankie prefers a more quiet home, and would be great as an only dog, or with very gentle, calm children. His foster mom is bringing him around when it comes to kitties, but it's been slow-going. He loves to play with toys and his people. He would be good in a home with a working couple as he has no problem being at home alone. He can be shy at first, and takes a while to come out of his shell. So he needs a patient family to allow him that time. You will be rewarded with a super sweet, funny companion. His little antics make his foster family laugh all the time. They say he's one of the most well behaved foster dogs they've ever had. Contact Animal Rescuers Without Borders, at ARWOB.org or call or text (619) 977-3593.

Trevor Click on Trevor's picture to see his video on KUSI GOOD MORNING SAN DIEGO!



Name:
Trevor
Sex:
Male/Neutered
Age:
8 years
Breed:
Queensland Heeler / Brittany Spaniel Mix
Organization:
The Rescued Pup
Phone:
(760) 788-6805
Website:
www.TheRescuedPup.com

Trevor's owner had to move out of state to care for an ailing relative and was unable to take him with her. Before coming to The Rescued Pup, Trevor lived life as an outside dog, chained up! Now he lives indoors with his foster family, AND LOVES IT! He is a super sweet guy, that gets along great with other dogs. He's smart, and loves to do training, play in water and go for walks, he also has some herding instincts. Trevor's adoption fee includes his neuter, UTD vaccinations, microchip and training for him and his new family.

Mugsy Click on Mugsy's picture to see his video on San Diego 6-CW Animal House!


Name:
Mugsy
Breed: Chihuahua/Pug mix
Age: 6-years-old
Sex: Neutered Male
Organization: The Rescued Pup.com
Phone: (760) 788-6805
Website: www.TheRescuedPup.com

Mugsy is a Ghihuahua/Pug mix for adoption from The Rescued Dog. He's about 6-years-old and loves his humans. Since he's alpha, he'll do best in a home with no other alpha dogs. Mugsy will make an excellent exercise partner, as he loves his walks and will wait by the gate for his foster Mom to take him out. Mugsy does great with all people, but is a little bit too bossy to be around a lot of other dogs. His adoption fee includes his neuter, shots, microchip, and training for Mugsy and his new family. Contact TheRescuedDog.com for more information, or call 760-788-6805.

Kaya Click on Kaya's picture to see her video on San Diego 6-CW Animal House




Name:
Kaya
Breed:
Boxer
Age:
1.5 years old
Sex:
Spayed Female
Organization:
Last Chance At Life All-Breed Rescue
Phone:
(760) 525-6293
Website:
www.LastChanceAtLife.org

Kaya is a 1.5 year old Boxer for adoption from Last Chance At Life All-Breed Rescue. They've had Kaya since she was just a few days old, when she first started to struggle with skin issues. After exhausting every effort with no improvement, Doctors at Mission Animal & Bird Hospital switched Kaya to a raw food diet and weaned off all her meds. Within days, she was doing much better. She's now on a very strict diet, and doing great! She loves all people, including children, and dogs. She's gentle, crate-trained and housebroken.

Willow Click on Willow's video to see her video will on San Diego 6-CW Animal House!




Name:
Willow
Breed: Chihuahua
Age: 9 week old puppy
Sex: Spayed Female
Organization: The Rescued Pup
Phone: (760) 788-6805
Web: TheRescuedPup.com

Willow has had 4 homes in her short 9 weeks of life. A guardian angel saved her from the last home , where she was living only in a box and being attacked by another dog , and brought her to The Rescued Pup. She's only been in her foster home for a couple of days , and is already learning her commands! She already knows, Sit, Touch, Watch Me , and Down! This playful puppy was taken away from her mother far too early, at only 4 weeks of age. Legally, you're not allowed to sell a puppy until they are 8 weeks old.. Fortunately, she's managed to stay healthy, and she's very affce ctionate. Her perfect family will have the time needed to devote to a new puppy. Willow's adopt ion fee includes her spay, full v accinations, a microchip, de-worming and flea treatments, AND The Rescued Pup also includes training for Willow and her new famil y, because let's face it, a lot of new adopters don't know what they're doing, and it's nice to have someone there to help you with any questions. Call or go to TheRescuedPup.com .

BonitaClick on Bonita's picture to see her video on KUSI Good Morning San Diego!

Name:
Bonita
Breed: Boxer
Sex: Spayed Female
Age: 2-3 years old
Organization : Animal Rescuers WIthout Borders
Phone: (619) 977-3593 (call or text)
Web: www.ARWOB.org

Bonita is a very sweet, cuddly, and loving boxer. Although she came to us as an emaciated dog at only 30 pounds, after 3-4 months of excellent care she became a happy and healthy dog. She has no health issues, does not need meds and does not require a special diet.

Bonita has been living in a foster home since September where she has been socialized and cared for the way she deserves. She has been with her current foster family since December, living with 2 cats and 5 dogs (both small and large). Although she gets along with both dogs and cats, she prefers the company of humans -- she loves to have her BELLY rubbed and would be a great dog for a family with children. Because she is such a well rounded sweetheart, she will make an excellent companion!

Bonita is fully grown at 55 pounds and she is both house and crate trained, loves to ride in the car, and does very well on walks while on a leash. She even loves to go camping and enjoys the beach! She is not a big barker, but she will let you know if she hears strangers. She is definitely an alpha dog, so when she meets a new dog (either on or off leash), she needs to be introduced properly and corrected since she can be a little bossy -- however, she does not show any leash reactivity.

Her foster family is in Ramona and adopters are welcomed to submit app lications and visit her at home , or they can meet closer in San Diego area, they can also attend adoption events, we have one schedule d at:

PETSMART CLAIREMONT
10-12pm
7/11/15
dogs and cats!
   

TeddyClick on Teddy's picture to see his video on San Diego 6-CW Animal House!




Name:
Teddy
Breed: Tabby
Age: 4-month-old kitten
Sex: Neutered Male
Organization: National Cat Protection Society
Phone: 619-469-8771
Website: www.NatCat.org

Teddy is a short-haired, 4-month-old tabby kitten who loves people. He's very sweet, and this love bug will play all day if you let him. His constant play and rough-housing may be a little too annoying for an older cat, but if you have a lonely kitten closer to his age needing a playmate, Teddy may be the one for you. He's very good with kids and even loves being held like a baby. The National Cat Protection Society is located on Birch Street in Spring Valley. They're open Tuesday through Sunday, noon to 4:30. If you're interested in getting involved with this shelter, you can sign up to volunteer, or they are looking for donations for their 47th Annual Open House and silent auction coming up in September. Log onto www.NatCat.org for more information, or e-mail SpringValley@NatCat.org.
   

PiperAs featured on the featured on the Mighty 1090 Pet Connection!

Name: Piper
Age: 1 year
Sex: Male, Neutered Breed: Mini Lop mix
Organization: San Diego House Rabbit Society, 4807 Mercury Street, Suite A, SD 92111
Phone: (858) 565-2869
Website: www.sandiegorabbits.org

Piper is a fun little guy who loves people and getting attention. He's a perfect example of how neutering an animal can keep them in their home.

Piper was not neutered and he displayed hormonal behaviors of digging and chewing. Because he chewed some computer cords it was believed to be his fault and he was relinquished.

Once neutered, Piper became a real sweetheart and is very good with his litterbox and rarely chews things anymore. If his family had just learned to provide him the proper care, they could have had a wonderful bunny boy.

Piper is 1 year old and will make a great family companion. He's great with kids too!    

Queen BeeClick on Queen Bee's picture to see her video on the San Diego 6-CW Animal House!

Name:
Queen Bee
Breed:
Mini Rex
Age:
2 years old
Sex:
Spayed Female
Organization:
San Diego House Rabbit Society, 4807 Mercury Street, Suite A, San Diego 92111
Phone:
(858) 565-2869
Website:
SanDiegoRabbits.org

Queen Bee is a 2-year-old Mini Rex bunny girl. She was used as a breeder bunny and didn't have much of a life before being rescued by the San Diego House Rabbit Society​. Now she's spayed, has her petite figure back, & spends her days playing with toys, getting love by volunteers, and taking naps under her cardboard box. Queenie uses a litter box and loves fresh hay. She goes crazy for her evening salads and an occasional bunny treat. She'll make a great companion for an adult, or a family with children who are at least 8-years-old, and might also like to have a bunny boyfriend. She's an active, pretty girl who will add a lot of fun to your family life.
   

BambiClick on Bambi's picture to see her video on the San Diego 6-CW Animal House! Update: Bambi was adopted!


Name: Bambi
Breed:
Chihuahua
Age:
6-months-old
Sex:
Spayed Female
Organization:
The Rescued Dog.org
Phone:
(619) 356-3390
Website:
www.TheRescuedDog.org

Sweet and affectionate Bambi was taken to an Imperial Valley shelter after being hit by a car. At only 5-pounds, she wound up in a The Rescued Dog foster home with a broken pelvis. Crate rest is hard for any dog, but especially for an exuberant puppy like Bambi. She's making the most of it though, winning over her foster mom with her quirky personality and affectionate ways. She's now 6-months-old and loves to play with her humans. She's good with other dogs, cats and children. Bambi seems to be much more confident around other dogs, so we think she'd be best suited for a family with a dog already in the home. She's expected to reach 10-pounds, full-grown. She's crate-trained and already comes when she's called, but she'll still need some puppy training. If you're looking for a very mini family member, Bambi is your girl! Please call or fill out an adoption application at TheRescuedDog.org to meet this little treasure.
   

Kole and Emmett As featured on KUSI GOOD MORNING SAN DIEGO!

Names: Kole: 5 month old Californian-mix, male, neutered
and Emmett: 5 month old New Zealand-mix, male, neutered Organization: San Diego House Rabbit Society, 4807 Mercury Street, Suite A, SD 92111
Phone: (858) 565-2869
Website: SanDiegoRabbits.org

These two youngsters were born at the shelter and are from a litter of 5 beautiful white bunnies. They are available for adoption together, or separately, and will make great family companions. Both boys are altered, litter box trained, and love to play with toys. They are active and sweet and will do well in an adult home or family with children over 5 years old. Contact: adopt@sandiegorabbits.org. Visit their website at www.sandiegorabbits.org/adoption to complete an online application.


MandyClick on Mandy's picture to see her video on the San Diego 6-CW Animal House! (And Mandy was also featured on the Mighty 1090 Pet Connection!

Name
: Mandy
Breed: German Shorthaired Pointer mix
Age: 2 years
Sex: Spayed Female
Organization: Labradors And Friends.org
Phone: (619) 990-7455
Website: LabradorsAndFriends.org

Mandy is a young, German Shorthaired Pointer who was rescued from an Apple Valley shelter with her brother Max and her mom, Marta. She was very scared and huddled in a corner with fear. Her mom stood in front of her in the kennel protecting her. She 's s till a little shy, but is coming around and has realized people are her friends. She 's currently in a foster home and doing very well. She 's eager to please and learns quickly. Mandy is a very sweet and loving girl who will shower you with kisses. Ideally, she'd be placed in a family who already has another dog. If you would like to adopt Mandy, email dogs@labradorsandfriends.org or fill out an online application at LabradorsAndFriends.org.
   

 

Bravo Click on Bravo's picture to see his video on the San Diego 6-CW Animal House!





Name:
Bravo
Breed: Labrador Retriever
Age: 7 years old
Sex: Neutered Male
Organization: Labradors And Friends
Phone: (619) 990-7455
Bravo's Webpage

Bravo is a 7-year-old lab mix who loves playing at the dog park and dog beach. He's great with all dogs, big and small, and likes kids, too. Though he loves to play, when he's indoors, he's an absolute gentleman...very calm, well-behaved, housebroken, and always down for a belly-rub. He's a super well-adjusted dog who was on the list to be euthanized at the Orange County Shelter, nobody can even remember why, but our best guess is because he was middle-aged and no longer a desirable puppy. His foster mom can't say enough good things about this boy, and will be sad to see him leave...but she has other dogs to save, so we need to find him a forever home. If you're interested in adopting Bravo, contact LabradorsAndFriends.org and fill out an online application. You can also e-mail dogs@LabradorsAndFriends.org. Bravo is sure to be an amazing addition to your family, and an ambassador for all shelter dogs, especially those who are red-listed at our shelters.

Willlow Click on Willow's picture to see her video on KUSI GOOD MORNING SAN DIEGO!

Name: Willow
Breed:
Macaw
Sex: Female
Organization:
Parrot Education & Adoption Center (PEAC)
Phone:
(619) 287-8200
Website:
PEAC.org

Willow came to us after she was found on someone’s roof in San Diego and turned over to the shelter. Willow, as you can imagine, was a strong flyer. Before even leaving the shelter, she took a short flight around the area before she calmed down and allowed us to trim her wing feathers. She has shown no signs of feather destructive behavior while being in the foster program. Willow immediately converted over to a pelleted diet and is starting to show some interest in her morning vegetables, fruit, and sprouts. She loves her afternoon nuts and will eat both pistachios and Brazil nuts, but prefers the Brazil nuts to the pistachios. She is not too excited about showers, but does tolerate a good soaking every-other day. She "steps up" very well, and although she is a bit nervous with men to have her head scratched, she has shown no aggression at all. She is a bit thin so we are offering her a few extra nuts for the calories to get the weight back on. Willow will make a wonderful companion for someone who has the time and space for a macaw.


George, Charlotte and Little Foot Click on George, Charlotte and Little Foot's picture to see their video on the San Diego 6-CW Animal House!

Names:
George (4-months), Charlotte (4-months) & Little Foot (senior)
Breeds:
Chihuahua mixes
Organization:
Chihuahua Rescue of San Diego
Phone:
(858) 277-3557
Website:
www.RescueAChi.com
Update: Charlotte and LIttle Foot have been adopted!

George and Charlotte are 4-month old Chihuahua puppies. Charlotte has recently recovered from a broken leg, and George will be having surgery soon for a deformity resulting from interbreeding, but is still available for adoption now. Meanwhile, Little Foot is a senior Chihuahua, who was thrown into the night drop box at a shelter without even a note. She's available for adoption or as a forever foster through their Silver Linings program.

 

Ruby Click on Ruby's picture to see her video on the San Diego 6-CW Animal House!

Name:
 Ruby 
Breed:  Cocker Spaniel mix
Age: 2- years old
Sex:  Spayed Female
Organization:  Lucky Pup Dog Rescue
Phone:  619-756-6376
Website: LuckyPupDogRescue.com 

Meet Ruby!   She is almost 2 years old.  A chesnut colored spaniel with white nose and chest. She is petite, only about 12 pounds.  Great on a leash, does well with other dogs, and cats.  Best with children over 10, she can be a little shy in new situations.  She is still working on her potty training, loves to play and snuggle.  She would do best in a home with perhaps a retired person who has lots of time to spoil her.    She is being fostered with Lucky Pup Dog Rescue in San Diego California.  
   

Rico Click Rico's picture to see his video on the San Diego 6-CW Animal House!

Name:
Rico
Breed:
Pomeranian
Age:
8 years old
Sex:
Neutered Male
Organization:
Lionel’s Legacy Senior Dog Rescue
Phone:
(619) 212-5623
Website:
LionelsLegacy.org

Rico wound up with Lionel’s Legacy Senior Dog Rescue after he had been hit by a car. He needed surgery to fix his jaw and remove his teeth, and after a successful recovery, he’s now up for adoption. Rico is 8-years-old and weighs only 10-pounds. He’s good with other dogs, but would be just as happy as an only dog if it means getting your undivided attention. Rico is in tip-top condition, and prances or trots when you walk him. He loves to be held, cuddled, groomed and talked to. He’s playful and has a winning personality. His foster mom is happy to report that he’s completely house-trained and will let you know when it’s time for him to go out. He recently had all his blood work done, a urinalysis, vaccinations, and a heartworm test. Please contact LionelsLegacy.org to fill out an adoption application for Rico, or to find out how you can be a foster guardian for a senior dog. Fosters provide a loving home environment, and Lionel's Legacy provides medical care and supplies....so you have nothing to lose!

Chance Click on Chance's picture to see his video on the San Diego 6-CW Animal House!

Name: Chance
Breed: Shepherd mix
Age: 3 years old
Sex: Neutered Male
Contact: Pawtopia Training
Phone: (858) 414-7797

A homeless woman saved Chance from a drunk & abusive man. She lived on the streets with Chance, as there were no homeless shelters that accept dogs. To help him find a better life, she was convinced to relinquish Chance, and he was put in a kennel, as there were no foster homes available. Going from freedom and constant human companionship to living in a kennel surrounded by strange dogs, caused Chance to become reactive toward other big dogs, but all people who know him describe Chance as a sweet, cuddly boy who gives to give kisses and craves attention. Recently, Chance was sponsored & evaluated by the trainers at Pawtopia Dog Training. They say he is relaxed and happy around all people and activities, and loves cuddling. He's also very smart! Pawtopia SO believes in Chance, they're offering a free private lesson to his adopter! He is reactive to other dogs, but showed great progress during his training session. Nevertheless, they'd love to find him an adopter or foster without other dogs. Please contact Colleen Demling, with Pawtopia.com and help us find this exceptionally affectionate boy an owner who will love him once again.

Lieutenant Dan Click on Lieutenant Dan's picture to see his video on KUSI GOOD MORNING SAN DIEGO!


Name: Lieutenant Dan
Breed:
Cocker Spaniel
Age:
8-9 years old
Sex:
Neutered Male
Organization:
Lionel's Legacy Senior Dog Rescue
Phone:
(619) 212-5623
Website: LionelsLegacy.org


Lt. Dan is an 8-9 year old Cocker Spaniel who is currently paralyzed in the hind quarters but undergoing rehabilitation and gaining strength and mobility with each passing treatment. He does great in a cart or cruising around without one and is also receiving intense rehabilitation at Tsavo's Canine rehabilitation center which has helped him strengthen his back legs and regain feeling and control. They believe he will walk again. Dan is great around cats and dogs of all shapes and sizes. He's a fun loving boy who wants to be in the middle of every conversation. Lionel's Legacy specializes in senior dogs, and placing them in adoptable homes or "forever foster homes" where they are free to live out the rest of their lives while the rescue covers all medical care and expenses.

Betty Moo Click on Betty Moo's picture to see the video of her second visit to Diego 6-CW Animal House (and CLICK HERE to see Betty Moo's first visit to San DIego 6-CW Animal House)

Name:
Betty Moo
Breed:
Pit Bull Mix
Age:
31/2 years old
Sex:
Spayed Female
Organization:
Pit Bull Rescue San Diego
Phone:
(858) 736-1727
Website:
www.pbrsd.org

Betty Moo is a 3 1/2 year old female pit bull mix. She's a pretty easy going, mellow girl! She's crate trained and is a very quiet dog. She doesn't bark when she's alone, and currently lives in an apartment, so having a home with a yard isn't a requirement for her. She gets several walks throughout the day and happily prances around the neighborhood. She almost always has a huge smile on her face! She loves to go for car rides, and will stick her head out the window if she can! She'd be best in a home without cats and is better with male dogs. She's currently enrolled in training classes and so far knows sit, shake, stay and come. She's a great hiking partner too! If you'd like to meet Betty Moo, visit www.pbrsd.org and check out the event calendar to see where the next adoption event is being held. You can also find an adoption application there to start to process of becoming her forever family.  

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Lincoln Click on Lincoln's picture to see his video on the San Diego 6-CW Animal House


Name:
Lincoln
Breed:
Mastiff, American Pit Bull Terrier
Age:
9-month-old puppy
Sex:
Neutered Male
Organization:
Passion for Pitties
Phone:
(619) 884-4008
Champ's YouTube Video

Lincoln was pulled from the Chula Vista Animal Shelter and placed in a Passion For Pitties foster home. Though he’s only a puppy, he has a huge scar down his side, the origin of which is unknown. His sister was adopted several months ago, but sweet Lincoln is still searching for love. He is a big boy and will certainly reach 100-pounds, full grown! Lincoln adores all people, and is fabulous with other dogs big and small. He's good with children so if you are looking for an all-around happy, lovable new family member, please consider Lincoln. He'll definitely put a smile on your face every day. If you are interested in meeting Lincoln please complete the adoption application at PassionForPitties.com to begin the process. All Passion for Pitties dogs are spayed/neutered, current of vaccinations and microchipped.

Minnie Click on Andre, Sonja and Norbert's picture to see their video on the San Diego 6-CW Animal House!

Names:
Kittens (Andre, Sonja and Norbert)
Breed: Domestic short hair/Siamese mix
Age: 6 weeks old
Organization: Cat Adoption Service (CaTS). Email: etracey241@cox.net
Phone: (858) 361-5499.
Link for larger Picture

These three cuties were actually born in foster care, their blind Siamese mom being rescued from a high-kill shelter while pregnant. Playing and investigating are their favorite pastimes. They do not need to be adopted together. Contact Cat Adoption Service for more info. Meanwhile, Fostering a kitten or a cat can be one of the most rewarding experiences your family can share together. Not only are you able to enjoy the love and joy they bring to your home, but you also play a large role in the enrichment of their lives. By fostering, you save the life of a very lucky kitty who gets a second chance at finding a forever home. You can make a difference by opening your heart and home today. There are so many just like these three kitties who need help from people just like you. Medical costs are covered. You provide food, litter and love. No experience is necessary. They help you gauge what type of foster cat is right for you. Foster opportunities exist for adult cats all the way to kittens that require bottle feeding; you determine what best fits your busy lifestyle. For more information about fostering a cat or kittens, please contact Siamese Rescue at csmail@siameserescue.org.

Rosie Click on Rosie's picture to see her video on the San Diego 6-CW Animal House!

 

Name: Rosie
Breed:
Staffordshire Terrier
Age:
7 years old
Sex:
Spayed Female
Organization:
Passion For Pitties
Phone:
(619) 884-4008
Website:
www.PassionForPitties.com

Rosie is a 7-year-old Staffordshire Terrier. She's a sweet, mellow gal who was abusively over-bred and left in terrible condition before winding up at a shelter. That never dampened her spirit and her tail has never stopped wagging when she meets new people and potential new friends. She's lucky enough to have a foster family that works from home and they have determined that she does not like to be left alone, so it would be nice to find her a similar forever family, where at least one person is around at any given time. She likes being around male dogs better than females, but would make a excellent solo dog. If you're interested in making Rosie part of your life, please start by filling out an application at www.PassionFoPitties.com.

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Jewells Click on Jewells' picture to see her video on San Diego 6-CW Animal House (and click HERE to see Jewells on KUSI GOOD MORNING SAN DIEGO with Rio!)

Name
: Jewells
Breed: Corgi/Chihuahua Mix
Age: 9 month old puppy
Sex: Spayed Female
Organization: Lucky Pup Dog Rescue of San Diego
Phone: (619) 756-6376
Website: http://luckypupdogrescue.com/

Jewells is an active puppy, very snuggly and full of energy. She's spayed, up to date on shots and fully vetted. She walks wonderfully on a leash, and loves to hang out with all the other puppies at Lucky Dog Rescue. She's great with cats and children, too, though she's probably a little too rambunctious for a toddler. Jewells weighs about 25-pounds now and is already crate-trained, thanks to the training she's received in her foster home. Jewells is very much a happy, bouncy puppy and will require some extra time and training to help her develop into the wonderful dog she's meant to be. If you have the time, patience and commitment a puppy requires, then please call or fill out an application at Website: /luckypupdogrescue.com/ to schedule a play-date.

Sid Click on Sid's picture to see his video on San Diego 6-CW Animal House!

Name: Sid
Breed:
Terrier mix
Age:
2 years old
Sex: Neutered Male
Organization:
Lucky Pup Dog Rescue
Phone: (619) 756- 6376
Website: http://luckypupdogrescue.com/

This is Sid...he's about 2 years old, just 20-pounds, full-grown, with one of those adorable under-bites that makes everyone smile when they see him. He's a terrier with a big personality and lots of happy energy. Sid is fabulous on a leash, loves other dogs, and he's even great with cats, so if you have felines, and you've been hesitating to adopt a dog because of that... here's your next family member. Sid is very social and loves to snuggle. He loves playing with all the other pups at Lucky Pup Dog Rescue, and he's already housetrained. An ideal family would be one with other dogs or cats, or people who could at least play with him a lot so he doesn't get lonely. Of course, he's neutered, fully vaccinated, micro-chipped and even had his teeth cleaned in preparation for adoption. If you'd like to set up a play date with Sid, fill out an application at luckypupdogrescue.com/ or call (619) 756- 6376.

Ace Click on Ace's picture to see his video on San Diego 6-CW Animal House (and Ace was also featured on Mighty 1090 Pet Connection and @105MaxFM)!

Name:
Ace
Breed:
Chihuahua/Beagle mix Cheegle
Age:
2 years old
Sex:
Neutered Male
Organization:
Lucky Pup Dog Rescue of San Diego
Phone:
(619) 756- 6376

Ace will be 2 years old in May. He's a Chihuahua/Beagle mix who was rescued from a shelter by Lucky Pup Dog Rescue before he was even born. His mother had 9 adorable puppies while in a foster home, and almost all the pups, and their mother ,were adopted, except for Ace. When he was a year old, Ace had surgery for a dislocated knee, but it heeled nicely, and he's good to go. He's super polite with people, even a little shy at first. He gets along great with other dogs, and loves cats. He'd do best in a home with children who are about 10 years old. He gets really excited when it's time to go for a walk, and after pulling a bit a first, he settles right in for a good stroll. He loves a routine, and is always ready for bed at 8 PM. He weighs about 20-pounds with a short, easy-to-care-for coat and he's 100% housetrained. Ace is neutered, and vaccinated. Please fill out an application online at LuckyPupDogRescue.com, to schedule a play date!.

Colonel Sanders As featured on KUSI GOOD MORNING SAN DIEGO!



Name:
Colonel Sanders
Breed:
Pit Bull Mix
Age:
10 years old
Sex:
Neutered Male
Organization:
Pit Bull Rescue San Diego
Phone:
(858) 736-1727
Website:
www.pbrsd.org

Colonel is an older and calmer gentleman, who thinks he's a large lap dog. He had a tumor on his leg which resulted in an amputation. PBRSD has taken care of that for him and he seems much happier without the useless leg. He's a pretty easy going, happy guy, and he loves to ride in the car with his head out the window. While he seems dog friendly, we are not so sure about his ability to live with smaller dogs. We think he'd like to be with a same sized dog or be the only spoiled senior in the home. At 10 years old, we think he's earned some quiet time and spoiling.   

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Rio Click on Rio's picture picture to see his video (with Jewells) on KUSI Good Morning San Diego!

Name:
Rio
Breed:
White Terrier mix
Age:
2 or 3 years old
Sex:
Male
Organization:
Lucky Pup Dog Rescue of San Diego
Phone:
(619) 756- 6376

Rio is a wonderful little guy, very affectionate and outgoing. He gets along well with other dogs, walks beautifully on a leash. He loves the kitty we have in the rescue. We don't know his history as he was rescued from a high kill shelter, but he really, really likes to be with people and dogs, so he wouldn't do well be left alone for many hours at time. He weighs about 15 pounds, and will need to be groomed on a regular basis. He still has quite a bit of puppy energy and could benefit from a doggie training class. Rio would be great with children over ten.

Jak Jak Click on Jak Jak's picture to see his video on San Diego 6-CW Animal House!


Name:
Jak Jak
Breed: Flat Coated Retriever
Sex: Male Neutered
Organization: Lionel's Legacy
Phone: (619) 212-5623
Website: www.lionelslegacy.org

Jak Jak is a goofy and very sociable Flat Coated Retriever for adoption from Lionel's Legacy Senior Dog Rescue. He's 10-to-11 years old, and loves to greet you with a big smile and lots of kisses. Jak Jak has been to many adoption events and is always the grand greeter. He loves to go for daily strolls, is good with all people, dogs, cats, and kids. He's a wonderful guy who came to Lionel's Legacy after his owner passed away. He wasn't a trained therapy dog but he alerted the family when his mom was having seizures. He's very connected to his humans and would make a phenomenal companion. He does have some arthritis and skin allergies that need to be maintained with supplements, regular medicated baths, and a good diet. Jak Jak is up to date on vaccination, had blood work, urinalysis and a dental to ensure good health. Contact lionelslegacy.org or give them a call for more information.

Babe Click on Babe's picture to see her video on San Diego 6-CW Animal House!

Name: Babe
Breed: Rat Terrier/Chihuahua mx
Age: 3-years-old
Sex: Female spayed
Organization: Open Arms Rescue
Phone: (760) 470-7643
Website: OpenArmsRescue.org
YouTube Video: http://youtu.be/9IRiEi97ppM

When Babe lays her head down to sleep at night she dreams of a forever family who can give her the life of love and adventure she's been searching for. Babe was rescued by Open Arms Rescue with just minutes to spare from a high kill shelter in Southern California. At just 3 years of age, she's a vivacious bundle of joy to be around. While Babe loves to play with her foster siblings, she also loves being around people, and given the chance will sleep tucked up right next to you. She’d do best in a house with a yard as she loves to run and play, and she’d make a wonderful friend to another dog. Will you make her dreams come true? She's spayed, microchipped and fully vaccinated Please go OpenArmsRescue.org to fill out an online application or call (760) 470-7643.

Paige Click on Paige's picture to see her video on San Diego 6-CW Animal House! (And Paige was featured on KUSI in June, 2014!)

Name: Paige (ID #: 153630)
Breed: Sharpei/ pit bull mix
Age: 14 years
Sex: Spayed female
Organization: SDHS, Escondido Campus, 3450 E. Valley Parkway
Phone: (760) 888-2275 (BARK)

Paige is a 14-year-old spayed female Sharpei/Pitty mix for adoption at the San Diego Humane Society, Escondido Campus. Don't let her senior status fool you! She’s active, loves to go for walks, and she's an expert snuggler. Paige is deaf, but she doesn't let that slow her down a bit. She likes kids, but prefers to be an only dog. She's been at the shelter since August 2013 and we're hoping for a "Miracle on E. Valley Parkway" this year. Even if YOU aren’t ready to adopt, please share this info with everyone you know to help her find a home! Paige and all adult animals can be adopted for just $12 right now as part of the Humane Society’s ’Tis the Season adoption special. The Escondido Campus is open from 10 AM to 5 PM seven days a week. Call or log on to www.sdhumane.org for more information about adopting or becoming a foster family for a pet in need.
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Bailey the Lab Click on Bailey's picture to see her video on San Diego 6-CW Animal House (and Bailey was also featured on the Mighty 1090 Pet Connection, and @105MaxFM! )

Name: Bailey
Breed: Labrador Retriever/Chocolate
Age: 7-8 years
Sex: Female\Spayed
Organization: Labradors & Friends
Phone: (619) 990-7455
Bailey's Webpage: http://www.labradorsandfriends.org/7641936

Bailey is one of the lucky ones…a 7-8 year old dog doesn't stand a chance of getting out of the shelter she was in, but a volunteer from Labradors & Friends fell in love with her. Bailey is a perfect little lady. She LOVES everyone, she's great with kids, other dogs but would be best in a home without cats. She's house trained, good on the leash, and knows some basic commands. She was clearly once someone's girl, but they tragically never came to claim her from the shelter. Even if you're not able to adopt Bailey at this time, perhaps you could offer her a warm and loving home for the holidays as a temporary foster family. Call or go to LabradorsAndFriends.org.

Queenie Click on Queenie's picture to see her video on San Diego 6-CW Animal House (and CLICK HERE to see Queeie's first visit) !

Name: Queenie
Breed: Labrador/Plott Hound mix
Age: 2 years old
Sex: Spayed Female
Organization: Labradors And Friends
Phone: (619) 990-7455
Queenie's Website


Queenie is a beautiful Labrador/Plott Hound mix looking for a family of her own this Christmas. She's about 1-2 years old and is loving, playful and gets along with everyone. Queenie has a really high ball drive and focus, so she'd do very well with some kind of canine sport or agility training. In fact, the foster family is working with a professional trainer. She does well with all kids, but tends to grab toys from people's hands. Her foster mom is working on that. Queenie also loves dock jumping. Call Labradors And Friends for more info, or go to their website, LabradorsAndFriends.org.

Bogie Click on Bogie's picture to see his video on San Diego6- CW Animal House! (and Bogie was also on MIghty 1090 Pet Connection and 105MaxFM)

Name: Bogie Animal ID #: 154376
Age: 1 years
Breed: Pit bull mix
Sex: Neutered male
Color: Blue brindle
Weight: 47 pounds
Organization: San Diego Humane Society, Escondido Campus, 3450 E. Valley Parkway
Phone: (760) 888-2275 (BARK)

Bogie is a 1-year-old neutered male pit bull mix available for adoption at the San Diego Humane Society, Escondido Campus. Bogie is still just a youngster, so he is full of enthusiasm for life! He loves to play ball and is an expert fetcher, and he’s been working on giving up the ball on command. He also enjoys playing with the water hose and splashing around in the mud. He is very affectionate, friendly and engaging with people and will settle in after play time. He knows how to sit on command and is working on walking with a loose leash, and we believe he is already potty trained. With the right fit, Bogie would fit in fine with a family with children.
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SamsonClick on Samson's picture to see his video on the San Diego 6 - CW Animal House!

Name: Samson (Animal ID #:153217)
Age:
7 years
Breed:
Labrador retriever mix
Sex: Neutered male
Located at: San Diego Humane Society, Escondido Campus, 3450 E. Valley Parkway
Phone:
(760) 888-2275

Samson is a 7-year-old, 98-pound, neutered male Labrador retriever mix available for adoption at the San Diego Humane Society, Escondido Campus. Samson is your ultimate ball dog. He loves to chase the ball, and his special trick is holding two tennis balls in his mouth at once. He’s a happy, friendly guy, and when he isn’t busy playing ball he’s happy to lounge at your feet or share his love and affection. Samson can be a little possessive of his toys – he lays on them so he can keep them all to himself – so he will do best as the only dog in his new home and would prefer older children or adults only. Samson’s $25 adoption fee includes neuter, microchip, vaccinations and vet exam. The Humane Society's Escondido Campus is located at 3450 E. Valley Parkway and they're open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. seven days a week. Call (760) 888-2275 or log on to EscondidoHumaneSociety.org for information.

SalClick on Sal's picture to see his video on the San Diego 6 - CW Animal House!



Name:
Sal
Breed:
African Sulcata Tortoise
Age:
12-15 years
Sex:
Male
Organization:
San Diego Turtle & Tortoise Society
Phone: (
760) 738-8865

Sal is a 12-15-year old African Sulcata Tortoise available for adoption from the San Diego Turtle & Tortoise Society, after being found wandering the streets of San Diego. While Sal is 20-30 pounds now, he may reach 150-pounds full-grown, and he'll outlive all of us...possibly to the ripe old age of 100. He requires an outdoor enclosure, with a heated place to sleep at night, and he mostly eats grasses, weeds, kale, lettuce, roses and hibiscus.

JazzyClick on Jazzy's picture to see his video on the San Diego 6 - CW Animal House!

Name: Jazzy
Breed:
Staffordshire Terrier
Age:
9 years
Sex:
Female, spayed
Organization:
Pit Bull Rescue San Diego
Phone:
(858) 736-1727
Website:
www.pbrsd.org

I had to learn about the joys of indoor living when I first joined the rescue because they're pretty sure I lived an outside life as a breeding dog. I have learned that the couch is absolutely the best form of heaven! I currently live with a 1.5 year old pittie mix who thinks I'm his momma. I can be selective about my canine friends but if I love them then we are BFFs. I don't live with any kids, but my foster parent thinks I would be wonderful with little ones of all ages. I'm very calm around people, I don't jump, and I take food very slowly and gently. People tell me that I'm more adoptable if I know things. So far I've learned my name, sit, lay down, roll over, and go to bed. I'm crate trained and 100% potty trained! Call or visit www.pbrsd.org to schedule a time when we can meet.

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TootsieClick on Tootsie's picture to see her video on the San Diego 6 - CW Animal House!

Name: Tootsie
Breed:
Umbrella Cockatoo
Age:
13 years old
Sex:
Female
Organization:
Parrot Education & Adoption Center (PEAC)
Phone:
(619) 287-8200


Tootsie came to Parrot Education and Adoption Center In April of this year. Before that, she'd been with the same family for her entire life...13 years...but when they moved into an RV, Tootsie couldn't adjust to the cramped living quarters and tiny cage, and she began to pull her chest and leg feathers out due to stress. She's now in a foster home where she has grown back a large amount of down, and they hope she'll soon regrow some of her feathers, as well. She's now able to sleep and reside in a very large cage which is much more appropriate in size for a bird like her. She's loving and loves to cuddle and be around her people. She does tend to call out when she gets lonely, and they're working on redirecting this behavior to a more constructive one, such as playing with toys and other fun ways for her to occupy her mind when she's alone. Tootsie knows a few words such as hello and I love you, but is still too shy to speak in front of people but will chatter on and on when she's alone or in the company of other parrots. Tootsie is a fast learner and just wants to be in a forever home that will love her and care for her the way she deserves to be.

ElizabethCLICK HERE to see Elizabeth's video on KUSI GOOD MORNING SAN DIEGO! And click her picture to see her video on the San Diego 6 - CW Animal House! .

Name: Elizabeth (Liz for short)
Sex:
Spayed Female
Age:
3 years old
Breed:
Hotot mix
Organization:
San Diego House Rabbit Society
Phone:
(858) 774-4249

The perfect Easter bunny, .a chocolate bunny, which everyone loves and will most likely be devoured by the end of the holiday. A stuffed bunny, which is the ideal children's gift, as you can put it in the toy chest and forget about it when your child tires of it, and a battery operated chick, which is adorable and will last until the battery dies. What ISN'T a great Easter gift is a BUNNY! They're living, breathing little creatures, who need love, attention and constant care for the next 8 to 10 years. You should only adopt a bunny if you have done your research and are sure about making a long-term commitment. If your children want to pet bunnies, there are shelters full of them, or consider fostering one temporarily until a permanent home can be found. Liz is a super sweet "HOE-TOE" bunny who was being transported from San Jose to Vegas, when her adopter changed her mind. So Liz wound up here in San Diego without a home. She's a nice girl who is a bit shy but warms up with a little attention. She'll be great for a home with adults and children over 7 years old. Find out more about adopting and fostering a bunny by visiting the local House Rabbit Society's website at SanDiegoRabbits.org.

Labrador and Friends DogsAs featured on KUSI GOOD MORNING SAN DIEGO!


Shelby (12 y/o Black Lab) Website
Max - 10 (y/o Black Lab) Website

Contact info: (619) 990-7455 www.labradorsandfriends.org

Labradors & Friends Dog Rescue would like to emphasize the benefits of adopting a senior. But if outright adoption isn't an option, then fostering, under the Agnes Fund program is also available. The Agnes Fund is basically a Hospice program where they take in seniors, put them in to caring foster homes, but L&F provides all food, bedding, medical and any other support for the life of the dog.

SpidermanAs featured on San Diego 6 - CW Animal House!

Name:
Spiderman
Breed:
Gulf Coast Box Turtle
Sex:
Male
Organization:
San Diego Turtle & Tortoise Society
Phone:
(760) 738-8865

Meet Spiderman...a young Gulf Coast Box Turtle available for adoption from the San Diego Turtle & Tortoise Society. Gulf Coast Box Turtles are most commonly found along the East Coast around creeks, rivers and ponds. The Gulf Coast is the largest and most aquatic of the Box Turtles. They love water, and are very accomplished swimmers. Spiderman's diet includes worms, grasshoppers, strawberries, tomatoes and bananas. Softened dog food and scrambled eggs are good sources of protein which he can have once or twice a week. He needs a small yard or enclosure, at least 4-by-6 feet...or 24 square feet. Spiderman is available through the San Diego Turtle & Tortoise Society. There's no adoption fee for people who become members, and the membership fee is just $25. Call Rich for more information at (619) 991-4672.