Shelter Dogs

The dogs listed below are currently at shelters and may be in danger of being euthanized. If we know a dog is urgent / has been assigned a euthanasia date, we will include that information in his or her posting. Please contact the shelter directly for more information. You do not need to fill out our adoption questionnaire as you will be working directly with the shelter. Once a dog has been adopted or placed into foster care, s/he will be removed from this listing section.

Bruno – ID#A577794- Male – Shelter Dog in Oroville

Bruno is 10 year old GSP that has been at the shelter a while waiting for his family to reclaim him. Unfortunately no one has come for him, so he’s ready for a new family to welcome him home! At this time we have no further information. Animal ID: A577794 If you are interested in adopting him please contact NW SPCA: 2787 South Fifth Avenue Oroville, CA 95965 Voice:  (530) 533-7636 Shelter Hours: Monday – Friday: 10 am – 4:30pm Saturday: 11am – 3pm   Location: Oroville, CA  

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Greg – ID 12528018 – Male – Shelter Dog in Willows, CA

Greg is the cutest GSP mix who is looking for his forever home. If interested in adopting Greg, contact: Wags and Whiskers Pet Rescue Email: raquel@wwprca.com Phone: (530) 895-8888 Website: http://www.wagsandwhiskerspetrescue.com This is a shelter dog that may be in danger of being euthanized. Please contact the shelter directly for more information. You do not need to fill out our adoption questionnaire as you will be working directly with the shelter. Once a shelter dog has been adopted or placed into foster care, s/he will be removed from this listing section. Location: Willows, CA  

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Bailey – Female Shelter Dog in Sacramento, CA

Meet Bailey I’d like to be the one and only dog in my new home. I find cats a little TOO interesting, so best to keep them away. Due to my age, personality, I’m a better fit for homes with adults. Talk about an active senior—78 pound Bailey has energy to spare that she likes to use playing fetch, swimming, going on walks, playing tug of war, getting bathed, running around, playing with stuffed toys, talking, being petted and hugged and just being with you (though she doesn’t really like going on car rides with you); plus, she walks well […]

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