Oreo is one of the most loving dogs we have ever met. He is a Border Collie, approximately eight months old. He is energetic, sweet, loves to run and play, but most of all, wants every bit of love and attention his humans will give. After a minute of playing, he will end up in our laps for a good long cuddle. Oreo is a wonderful dog! Submitted by PALS – People Assisting Lodi Shelter, California.
Meet Sprout! He is a two month old bundle and a half of cuteness and energy! With his signature black speckling to accent the white on his face, he is sure to turn heads and break hearts at the same time. And look at those perfect ears! He is very eager to find his forever home. Submitted by the Humane Society Morgan County Georgia.
This is Lily. Action Lily is more like it! She is a high energy girl who likes adventures and having fun. She is currently in foster care and gets along with most other dogs. This breed has a reputation for being healthy with a long lifespan. And because they are smart as whips, Jack Russells have appeared many times in movies and television, including My Dog Skip, Crimson Tide, and Frasier. Submitted by the Humane Society Silicon Valley.
Blake is a sweet moose of a dog. He loves going for walks and spending time with people. When he is not going for walks, he will keep his people company on the couch. He gets along with other dogs but gets a little too excited when he sees a cat. He loves to play tug of war and keep-away. If you throw his toy he’ll fetch it, then run past you so you can have the joy of trying to get it back. Blake has a lot of love to give and is looking for a forever family. Submitted by the Humane Society Silicon Valley.
We saw a Facebook plea for a very sick puppy in Modesto, California. We jumped in to help. He just tested positive for parvo. We are going to do everything we can to save him. The Vet said he’s a fighter but not out of the woods yet. Thank you to everyone who has donated so far. We have raised $725, which is amazing, but still need about $600 more to cover his initial bill. Parvo is such a deadly and expensive disease to treat, but we couldn’t let him go. If you can spare anything it helps. You can send a donation through PayPal to email@example.com or go to our Facebook page and click on the “Donate” button. All donations are tax deductible. Submitted by Petaluma Pet Pals.
Update from Petaluma Pet Pals, Friday morning, June 8th: Vet report this morning sounds much more encouraging. He’s interested in food and has been able to hold it down so far. Thank you to everyone who has shared and donated. We will keep you posted on his progress.
Update from Petaluma Pet Pals, Saturday morning, June 9th:Here below is a pic of our parvo boy! He’s doing much much better! He is sporting the cone because he keeps trying to chew the IV line.
Update from Petaluma Pet Pals, Sunday morning, June 10th:Guess who just got picked up from the vet? Our little parvo survivor! Thank you from the bottom of our hearts to everyone who helped him. From the team that got him networked and transported to the vet while he was gravely ill, to the people that donated and shared his story, to the amazing Monte Vista vet staff in Turlock, to Debbie who contacted Pam who contacted Destani and the foster to adopt that fell in place! You all had a hand in saving his life. It’s a good day in rescue.
We have some sweet new puppies coming to our shelter. One is Lighting the mixed breed, who has the prettiest blue eyes. And then there is another blue-eyed six month old girl coming in soon. Oh, and then continuing the blue eyes theme, another blue-eyed beauty was just returned to us because the owner did not have the proper space for a working breed. So there’s three with blue eyes. And then finally we have a three month old, large breed, hazel-eyed pup coming in. Click the link below to see all of these puppies. Submitted by Petaluma Pet Pals.
This beautiful blue eyed girl below is about six months old. Good with dogs. Thinks cats are the greatest ever, so she needs a very dog tolerant cat. Super sweet. Working on basic commands…
This beautiful girl below is back with us through no fault of her own. Freya is about seven months old. Needs a breed savvy owner that understands she’s a working breed and needs a job. Whether that’s following you around or carrying a toy. She is wonderful with other dogs and tolerant of cats. Very sweet. She does have tummy issues when she’s exposed to change.
This three month old large breed mix pup is coming our way today…
Dudley is a three year old therapy dog who is becoming quite famous in our community. He loves children, especially those suffering form depression. He has a way of making them smile and come alive! Every morning he lays in bed with me and I tell him to “wash his face.” He does, just like a cat! Submitted by Mary M.
My name is Beth and my companion’s name is Yuri. He is a two year old mix breed rescue. He is a remarkably happy, outgoing boy considering what he had been through. He was abandoned at about four weeks of age in a shopping cart in the blistering heat of a parking lot for an undisclosed amount of time. He was shy and afraid to eat. He now has a forever home with me, an affinity for frisbee and squeak toys, a yard to play in, and a creek to swim in. All of the pictures on my phone are of him. He loves cuddling people and pillows, diving underwater for rocks in the creek, and sitting in laps. He is the most loving dog I have ever met. Submitted by Beth C.
This is is Macaw. He is a sweet, friendly, happy, playful little three month old boy. He loves everyone he meets. He is looking for a family to grow up with. He is pretty easy going, and likes to tag along during activities. Look at that face… it’s irresistible! Submitted by the Humane Society of Morgan County, Georgia.