Referral & Courtesy Dogs

The dogs listed below are currently with other rescue organizations or are with families that need to find them new homes. Please note that we have not evaluated these dogs nor do we make any representation as to their health or temperament, nor have we validated any of the information provided by the parties. Please contact the individuals listed in each dog's description for more information.

Henna – Courtesy Posting – Redwood City, CA

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This is a courtesy posting for Pets In Need Henna is a gorgeous, highly-intelligent, affectionate, 5 – 6 year-old very trainable half GSP – half Labrador mix (per DNA tests) who is looking for just the right forever home. Henna arrived at a no-kill shelter in Feb 2016, prior history unknown. She has been in the foster home of a dog trainer since Dec 2016, learning good manners through operant conditioning. Henna is profoundly deaf and has learned numerous hand signals. She has blossomed into a wonderful family pet. The details: Henna is super gentle with people, fabulous with very […]

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Kona – Referral Posting – Foresthill, CA

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Meet Kona! Kona is a very regal 12 year old GSP seeking a forever home to retire to. She has had a rough life, being bounced through many owners. Her current owners have had her for 9 months but are unable to manage her anxiety. Beyond her anxiety Kona is a fabulous dog that just needs the right home. She is good with adults, men or women, children, dogs, cats and horses. She has some quirky and fun behaviors: She spins when she poos; She snores loudly when she’s half asleep but is silent when she’s completely zonked out; She […]

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Lyla – Referral Posting – Bolinas, CA

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Lyla is an exceedingly sweet 50 lb, 6 year old GSP/EP mix. She was found as a stray about 3 years ago by a Good Samaritan who has tried to find her owners without success, then attempted to keep her. Unfortunately Lyla has been diagnosed by veterinary assessment to have separation anxiety. Lyla initially had no socialization and was in rough shape; in the past few years she’s come a long way. She is now physically healthy, house trained, good off leash, knows basic commands and is much more secure and well-adjusted than when she was first found; however she will […]

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