Lacy – ID#27712733 – Female – Shelter Dog in Eureka, CA

Shelter Staff made the following comments about this animal: Hi, my name is Lacy! I’m a female, German Shorthaired Pointer mix, and I was born around 5/4/2013. I’d do great in just about any new home. I’m sure I can adjust quickly to changes and a new environment. If your household is somewhat busier and more active, I might just be the right dog! A sociable dog like me usually gets along well with other pets too.  If you are interested in adopting her, contact Sequoia Humane Society: 6073 Loma Ave, Eureka, CA 95503 707 442-1782 info@sequoiahumane.org This is a […]

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Sauer – Our Foster Dog

Welcome Sauer! This sweet senior shorthair is the perfect mix. He’s 8 years old, so all that crazy GSP energy has subsided (well, some of it!), but he’s still a loving, happy boy who would love to spend his days hanging out with a family of his very own. His foster home has described him as a “he’s a sweet, high energy guy who needs a lot of love.” If you have love to give, Sauer is ready to be the recipient!   

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Bear – Courtesy Posting

More info on Bear: https://www.mendocinohumane.org/pets_spon.php?sel=D Just throw a stick and watch Bear go! Bear needs to learn some manners regarding how to show his enthusiasm. But he is a hoot to watch and the volunteers that work with him love him dearly. From the beginning, Bear has been, well, a Bear. If he was smaller, his exuberant antics would be cute. But at 80+ lbs, Bear is a real handful of canine energy. As a volunteer, I took him on because it is clear he needs exercise and attention and I have learned to love him dearly. He tries so […]

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Bacall – Referral Posting in Porterville, CA

Bacall is a good-looking 8-year-old spayed female in need of a new home by February 23, 2020. She’s 45 pounds, in good health, up-to-date on vaccinations, microchipped. She currently lives with another GSP (can be pushy towards him) and would also enjoy being a solo dog. Bacall does fine in the car and can be left home alone while you are at work. She has not been exposed to cats. Her current owner feels she may have potential to hunt. She’s leash-trained and house-trained. Bacall is a very active and playful dog. She loves to play fetch, run, and dig. […]

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Roy – Our Foster Dog

Meet Roy!  This poor guy has had a string of bad luck.  Roy was hit by a car at the end of December, then ended up at the shelter where it was determined that he has a broken hip.  After being rescued 3 weeks later, he was taken to the vet and tested positive for Ehrlichia, in addition to having kennel cough, so he will be on antibiotics for at least a month.  Once he’s cleared for surgery, he will have the necessary surgery to repair his hip.  Despite all he’s been through Roy is all smiles and his foster […]

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Waldo – Our Foster Dog – Adoption Pending

Where’s Waldo? In a foster home waiting to find his forever home! This photogenic 4 year-old boy has been referred to as a “wonderful dog” by his foster home. He is easy to care for and eager to please! He also walks nicely on leash and is an all-around gentleman GSP. We’re still getting to know him, including whether he’s a good match for other dogs in the home, so watch this space for updates. If you have a spot in your home for Waldo, he’d love to finally be found by his forever family!

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Willa – Our Foster Dog – Adoption Pending

Meet Willa! This sweet girl is about four years old and is looking for her forever home. She loves to follow her human companion all around the house and snuggle anytime they sit down. She’s playful, energetic, and athletic so she would make a great running buddy! Willa is very gentle around children, but does not do well with other dogs in her home. She is still getting used to car rides, so Willa would do best with a family that stays home most weekends and can take her on local adventures, and that will work with her on training […]

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Lisette – Courtesy Posting – Lucerne Valley, CA

This is a courtesy posting for Top Dogs Rescue and Adoptions Lisette came to us after the family that bought her took her to the vet after episodes of vomiting and she was diagnosed with megaesophogus, which basically is an abnormally large esophagus. They were unprepared to deal with this for her lifetime and surrendered her to rescue. Lisette’s condition means that she needs to be fed sitting up for the rest of her life, but otherwise is a perfect little puppy. If she is not fed properly or gets into food she is at risk for aspirating which can […]

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