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.

Bear – Courtesy Posting

More info on Bear: 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 […]

Read more »

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. […]

Read more »

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 […]

Read more »