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.

Lily – Courtesy Posting for Sammie’s Friends

Lily is an 8 yr old female English Pointer.  She was surrendered to her local shelter because her family is no longer hunting.  Lily hopes to find a forever family that will love her as a family dog that possibly occasionally still lets her use her nose! Lily is described as super sweet by shelter staff.  She’s spayed, vaccinated and microchipped. If you are interested in adopting her contact Sammie’s Friends. 14647 McCourtney Rd Grass Valley, CA 95949 (530) 471-5041 Shelter Hours: Monday – Saturday: 12pm – 4pm Location: Grass Valley, CA This listing is a referral or courtesy for […]

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Lulu – Referral Posting – Montery CA

Lulu is a petite 4 year old GSP mix, weighing just 45lbs! She is incredibly smart and is at her happiest when she is constantly being taught new tricks, and when she has plenty of opportunity to exercise. She enjoys running, hikes, walks and a good game of ball! Afterwards she’s happy lounging about in the sun and hanging out in the yard. She is such a loyal girl and wants to be wherever her people are for most of the day. She has great boundaries; she won’t take any “people things” (other than food, if you leave it out), […]

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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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