BALDWIN A046245  6yrs only, Neutered.

A046245_0063585.jpgBALDWIN A046245  6yrs only, Neutered. This lovely Dutch Shepherd x is Red Listed. They will be euthanizing dogs in the early am, so many dogs coming in over a holiday. He is stunning, no behavioral, please don’t let him die. email, Aquintanar@cityofhesperia.us, rescue@cityofhesperia.us, kramirez@cityofhesperia.us, Jnunez@cityofhesperia.us. Call 760 947 1700 main,  rescue, 760 947 1724/25.

 

BEAUTIFUL BALDWIN, NO BEHAVIORAL ISSUES. 300 PLUS IN PLEDGESneutered too and a sweet boy WILL BE THE FIRST TO GO.  IF YOU CAN SAVE HIM PLEASE EMAIL HESPERIA TONIGHT.  HE IS 6YR OLD AND ALREADY NEUTERED.  MUST HAVE HAD A HOME BUT HIS FAMILY HAS NOT COME FOR HIM.  HE HAS BEEN WAITING PATIENTLY…CLOCK IS TICKING.  BALDWIN IS OUT OF TIME
PLEASE PLEASE SHARE AND PLEDGE TO SAVE HIM.  SHELTER SAID HE IS SHY AND SWEET….SADLY HE WILL BE GONE TOMORROW.
PS….IF YOU CANNOT SAVE HIM PLEASE DONT WRITE TO ME AND TELL ME YOU ARE FULL.  PLEASE JUST SHARE THIS EMAIL WITH OTHERS AND MAYBE WITH LUCK AND BLESSINGS A MIRACLE WITH HAPPEN AND THE RIGHT PERSON WILL SEE YOUR EMAIL.
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PLS RD IF YOU CAN HELP HERE,HAVE RESCUE NEED HELP : OH GOD – WE HAVE TO SAVE THIS LITTLE 13 YR OLD HORRIBLE NEGLECTED CHI BOY – Aged Chihuahua – A531700 – SB CITY – SAN BERNARDINO, CA URGENT

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We would rescue him in a flash … but because of this Viral Outbreak, it is day to day on when they are going to close the border.  If you do cross the border you are in mandatory
14 day quarantine … none of our people will go across …  Our Rescue, and our Rescue Friends in Canada are deeply deeply saddened …  Does anyone know of a foster that
could take multiple dogs?  Or maybe someone in Washington State who might do a compassionate hold for the dogs that could come to Canada?   I will call Ginger and
ask her if maybe she has some ideas …  This little man deserves a chance …  if he were here right now he would be snuggled and loved!!!
Any Ideas????

SB CITY – SAN BERNARDINO, CA URGENT
Rescue Partners & Networkers,
This dog is about 13 years old. He was treated at the Emergency vet. He is still in need of medical care. We ask any rescue willing to take him before his available date and care of him in a home environment would be best. Foster agreement must be signed by a board member.
Medical information: 
Presented with: Yellow puss in both eyes.
dog has extreme case dry eye syndrome, extremely bad dental and a hernia.
We are still waiting for full medical notes from the vet upon transport to the shelter.
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Red Listed. HEIDI 2 yr German Shepherd spayed A045904 Hesperia Shelter CA

Address: 11011 Santa Fe Ave E, Hesperia, CA 92345

Hours:

Closed ⋅ Opens 10AM Tue

This stunning spayed 2yr German Shepherd in grest danger of being euthanized. Hesperia (merch head city) has a very high owner turn in.image001-113.jpg for no reason.  Email aquintanar@cityofhesperia.us, rescue@cityofhesperia.us, kramirez@cityofhesperia.us

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The perfect date has four legs and a snout. And maybe adoption papers

Cat Cowan took Arlo, a rough-and-tumble, 85-pound pit bull-lab mix to a park to play on the edge of the Colorado River and then to Starbucks for a cup filled with whipped cream.

Cat Cowan took Arlo, a rough-and-tumble, 85-pound pit bull-lab mix to a park to play on the edge of the Colorado River and then to Starbucks for a cup filled with whipped cream. (Photo: Courtesy of Cat Cowan)

Cat Cowan took Arlo, a rough-and-tumble, 85-pound pit bull-lab mix to a park to play on the edge of the Colorado River and then to Starbucks for a cup filled with whipped cream.

She’d never seen the dog so happy.

Cat calls Arlo “caffeine in dog form.” At the Humane Society of Yuma, where he lived and she’s a senior animal care specialist, Arlo usually restlessly paced his kennel.

After their outing, Arlo took a nap for the first time.

If Arlo could go on an outing, any of the dogs in the shelter could, Cat decided.

Pukka the dog hanging out with Marines from nearby base.

Pukka the dog hanging out with Marines from nearby base. (Photo: Courtesy of Cat Cowan)

She signed the shelter up for Mutual Rescue’s Doggy Day Out program, which has volunteers take dogs from local shelters on outings to reduce stress for the animals as they wait for homes.

In 10 months since then, 85 dogs in Yuma have gone on 210 field trips to parks, hiking, and dog-friendly restaurants and stores.

Volunteers are given a tote bag with treats, waste bags and a water bowl. Dogs wear a collar and a neon yellow leash and harness that say, “Adopt me.”

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Off-duty Marines from the nearby base take dogs for runs. Others want dogs for snuggling on the couch and watching Netflix.

Volunteer Amber took Katie the dog to the park and tractor supply store. Katie loved watching kids play and getting belly rubs.

Volunteer Amber took Katie the dog to the park and tractor supply store. Katie loved watching kids play and getting belly rubs. (Photo: Courtesy of Cat Cowan)

Often, the volunteers aren’t allowed to have dogs in their rental homes. Or they’re not sure if they’re ready to commit.

“They’re able to get their fill of dog love and help us out at the same time,” Cat said.

People take pictures on their outings and post them on social media, spreading the word about dogs available for adoption.

The dogs — and people — come back happy and exhausted. Afterward, the dogs are easier to handle, better mannered and more eager to interact with people.

“They want companionship and love,” Cat said.

The volunteers, too.

Volunteer Sonja took Sugar the dog to the nearby Colorado River to play.

Volunteer Sonja took Sugar the dog to the nearby Colorado River to play. (Photo: Courtesy of Cat Cowan)

After each outing, volunteers fill out a report card about what they did, and about how the dog behaved and performed on the leash.

So far, 22 volunteers have skipped the report cards and filled out adoption papers instead.

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BEAUTIFUL ST. BERNARD IN DANGER!

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Dog – ID#A1574554

I am a neutered male, sable and white St Bernard – Rough Coated mix.

The shelter staff think I am about 2 years and 1 month old.

I have been at the shelter since Feb 19, 2020.

This information was refreshed 11 minutes ago and may not represent all of the animals at the San Jacinto Valley
Animal Campus.

  • If you are my owner, you must physically come to the shelter to claim me.
  • A personal identification (such as a driver’s license or other government issued ID) and proof of pet ownership (photos, license, microchip number, etc.) is required to redeem me. There are also fees like impound, board, vaccinations, and license that must be paid before I can go home.
  • My stray holding period ended on 02/25/2020 and I am now available for adoption.
  • We are unable to respond to phone and e-mail inquiries concerning individual animals.

For more information about this animal, call:
Riverside County Animal Control – San Jacinto Valley Animal Campus at (951) 358-7387
Ask for information about animal ID number A1574554

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Back in July 2013, START came to the aid of a Pit Bull who had been strapped with fireworks and set on fire. This happened in the Los Angles area. The dog was in terrible shape with third-degree burns over 75 % of his body.

We received a desperate call from the local shelter asking for help. No one had stepped up to save this precious boy and the shelter was out of options. He needed emergency hospitalization.

START was only 2 years old in 2013 and struggling financially. But we wore our heartstrings on our sleeves. And so, we decided to help this poor boy even though we knew his medical expenses would probably put us out of business.

We named this special Pit Bull INDY

Incredibly, someone got wind of what had happened to INDY and word soon spread to the media. So, by the time we arrived at the hospital, the media were swarming and his story made all the local channels. We received thousands of emails, and donations came in to help. We also offered a REWARD to catch the A^%$# who did this to INDY. (Carlos Duarte was later arrested; he was given two years in jail but was released after serving only 3 days!)
INDY stayed at the Westlake Village Animal Hospital for six months and needed a lot of medical attention. He was loved by all the doctors and staff (thank you Dr. Slaton), who even consulted with the famous internationally recognized plastic surgeon, Richard Grossman of the renowned Grossman Burn Center.
INDY has had to have lumps and bumps removed over the years (some of them cancerous), along with regular check-ups and special food. Even though he was adopted, START has paid for INDY’s medical expenses for the past seven years and we are committed to continuing doing so for the rest of his life.

To date, we have spent approximately $75,000+ in our promise to make sure this special boy lives the best life possible.

Click to read an article on INDY.
We are asking you to please DONATE to START to help us with INDY’s bills along with all the other countless dogs we help and give new lives to! We can’t do this without you!

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Noah the Husky

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Noah is staying with us at Steph’s Happy Dogs while his family is in England for one year.  He fits right in and enjoys meeting new dogs and greeting them when they come to visit.  We are enjoying Noah and love him like he was our own.

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Urgent for happy Leanna, 6 years old has been in the shelter since 2019

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Leanna is wonderful she loves people and knows her basic commands she is a very strong girl so she will need a strong handler. She is always happy and is always excited and happy to meet new people. Leanna always waits patiently at the door ready for someone to take her out. Leanna doesn’t loose hope and is hoping her day for a forever home comes soon she is always a happy girl.Leanna recently went on a furry field trip and the foster parent said she did great.

I am a tan brinde spayed female

I am about 89.3 pounds

I am about 6 years old 

I am available for Adoption or New Hope Adoption

Please rescue!  Has been in shelter since April 2019.

Medical issues:
1) Ongoing obesity – R/O secondary to overfeeding vs underlying hypothyroidism
2) Ongoing intermittent mild conjunctivitis OU – suspect allergic etiology – resolved at this time
3) Ongoing superficial pyoderma on ventral abd – resolved at this time

Adopter to follow up with vet about obesity, skin and history of chronic conjunctivitis.

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Urgent for happy Leanna, 6 years old has been in the shelter since 2019

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This is Leanna and she is on our Blue List currently at the shelter in Medical and needs to be taken to a private veterinarian. Please let me know if you can help Leanna.If you would like more information you can contact me directly at 213-238.4313. Thank you

Leanna A1847637

 

Leanna is wonderful she loves people and knows her basic commands she is a very strong girl so she will need a strong handler. She is always happy and is always excited and happy to meet new people. Leanna always waits patiently at the door ready for someone to take her out. Leanna doesn’t loose hope and is hoping her day for a forever home comes soon she is always a happy girl.Leanna recently went on a furry field trip and the foster parent said she did great.

 

I am a tan brinde spayed female

I am about 89.3 pounds

I am about 6 years old 

I am available for Adoption or New Hope Adoption

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Noah the Husky

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