It has been a long time since this little mutt has enjoyed a nice car ride while having his head out the window, the warm breeze wafting thought his scruffy fur. He had been picked up 6 times by animal control, impounded 4 of those times and bailed out 3 of those 4 incarcerations. This last time his owners decided they didn’t want him any more. He sat int he shelter for weeks, just waiting for someone, anyone to come in find him as adorable as the shelter staff and take him home.
Sadly, that didnt happen. Instead he sat in that cold hard cell until his time ran out. When he was finally given 24 hours to find a home or it was lights out a volunteer at the shelter contacted us and asked if we could possibly find him a foster home. Thankfully one did come through for him and we were abel to pull him fro death row.
He has now been neutered, brought up to date on vaccinations (incl rabies) and been microchiped.
He is ready to start the rest of his life with you!
Please email us firstname.lastname@example.org or simply click on the applications tab at the top of this site for an application you can copy and paste right into your email!
The sooner you adopt, the sooner he can have he new leash on life. So, what are you waiting for?
This little guy needs a foster home ASAP. He is up for immediate euth if he is not pulled today or tomorrow. He is less then 10 lbs, has been temp tested by Ripon animal cotrol, has no food aggression, good with kids, great with people, GREAT on a leash and loves to be held. He sounds like a wonderful little dog however we have taken in 4 new dogs in the last week and just dont have room. If you can foster please email me ASAP.
No one wants to see this sweet boy put to sleep…can you help? Once we have a foster home we can pull him, get him neutered and start finding him a forever home….but we MUST find a foster home first.
UPDATE: It looks as though we have temp foster for this little guy. Great team work getting the word out about this little dude!!! Thank You! He is coming in today 10/5/10
There is a huge pet over population problem here in Stanislaus county and our goal is to be part of the solution.
Many people with dogs do want to get them spayed/neutered they just simply can not afford to do so. There are some “low cost” programs available here however for some that cost is still too high. Our goal is to help families making less then $30,000 per year to get their dogs spayed/neutered an NO cost to them.
This will be very expensive venture for kindred canines and it will be the only No Cost program in the area. This means we need your help. Please help us achieve our goal of at least 5 spay/neuters per month.
We feel the best way to help shelter dogs not be euthanized is to keep the puppies who end up there form being born.
Spaying/neutering dogs will also help keep them from wanting to get out of their yards to find a mate and ending up another shelter dog.
If money allows we would like to provide free microchips to all of the dogs who are approved for our NCSN program as well. These will cost us $15 ea.
To donate please visit our “Donate, it’s easy!” page and make a difference today.
Ell is approx 1 year old. She was owned by a soldier who had been shipped back to Iraq at which point she was given to a lady who lived on acreage who then bred Ell and shortly after that ell was attacked by a Coyote. Then Ell was given to another family who decided she had too much energy and this is where we came in.
She does very well with other fogs and loves kids. She is a little overly interested in cats but with time and training she would learn to live nicely with them.
She is potty trained and we are working on crate training. She LOVES to travel in the car.
If you are interested in possible adopting her please email us email@example.com
Mira is a 4 year old Carin Terrier. She is tons of fun, she loves to play with other dogs and kids. She is also potty trained, up tot date on vaccinations, spayed and microchiped.
She is a terrier so if you have a rat problem she will take care of it for you but other then that she doesnt really seem to have any bad habits. She is not a runner or a door darter. She has had some basic obedience training and has been border trained however you would need to estabish the new borders in your home.
She is crate trained though she was crated with two other dogs so if she is an only dog you may need to spend a little time correcting her until she is used to being in the crate alone.
She responds very well to correction and is quite a wonderful little dog!