Lucky the rescue dog found a great new home.
Lucky is a very good dog with a wonderful temperament. I know because
I did the temperament test. His foster mom says he's the easiest dog she
has worked with, and he's cute.
for more information call
I.C.A.R.E Dog Rescue
All breed dog rescue. Rescuing dogs from high kill shelters, neglect,
abuse & abandonment. Into, Canine, Adoption, Rehabilitation and Education
PO Box 4156, Fullerton, CA 92834
We are not a shelter – We rescue FROM shelters.
Therefore we do not
have a central location where our dogs are homed together. Our dogs
are in private fosters homes receiving day to day care by caring
volunteers, who teach them to live in a home environment. This also
means we do not have an office or regular business hours.
Barks of Love is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization
by volunteers. We consider ourselves an independent, “grass roots”
type of an organization making a difference one dog at a time.
Established in 2008 by Ashley Greenspan, we’ve been helping the
community save over 400 dogs as of late 2010.
Our goal is to decrease the total number of animals being
each year. We save dogs from many different situations – Mostly,
pull “death row” dogs from local animal shelters. We provide
daily needed care to keep the dogs safe and happy.
We keep dogs in our program until we’ve found their
“Furever Home”. To
do this, we hold weekly adoption events, advertise via our online
network, screen applicants, and hold doggie “meet and greets”.
All adoption applicants must be:
-Approved by BOL Staff with a completed Adoption Application
-21 years of age
-Provide proof of ID
-Consent to a homecheck
-Sign an Adoption Contact
-Make a donation
Adoption donations pay for the time, energy and costs
we’ve put into
the dogs while in our care, including, but not limited to: food, toys,
beds, rehabilitation, grooming, vaccinations, spay or neuter,
microchipping, vet evaluation, etc.
As you can see, all adoption donations go DIRECTLY to rescuing the dogs.
BENEFITS OF ADOPTING FROM BOL:
* Since we visit a variety of animal shelters to rescue dogs, we can
be on the lookout for the specific type of animal you are interested
* Most of our adoptable animals have been in foster care--in a regular
home environment--so we have a good idea of how each of our animals
will behave in the real world. We usually know if a dog is
housebroken, good with other dogs, good with cats, appropriate for
children or not, energy/activity level, and so forth. This makes it
easier to match up our dogs with the right home, and easier for you to
select the right one.
* Our dogs have already been vet-checked, vaccinated, dewormed, and
spayed/neutered before adoption. While no one can guarantee the
long-term health of any animal, we do take the time and incur the
expense to get basic healthcare and assessments done before our dogs
go to permanent homes.
* When you adopt from us, your pet already has close to $300 of care
invested in it before you take him/her home! Of course, the
tender-loving care they receive from their foster parents, as we
prepare them for their new permanent homes, is priceless!
Irvine Animal Care Center (949) 724-7740
6443 Oak Canyon
Irvine, CA 92618
We're Irvine's municipal shelter for homeless pets.
We care for more than 3,000 animals every year, and we're proud of our
extremely high adoption rate and our record of serving the animals and
animal lovers of our community.
Pet Pro Life Adoption & Placement, Inc.
P. O. Box 3653
Huntington Beach, CA 92605
Pet Pro Life Adoption & Placement, Inc. is a non-profit volunteer
group, established in 1994. Our goal is to decrease the total number of
animals being euthanized in animal shelters each year by finding new,
permanent homes for them. Our animals come from a variety of circumstances.
Some of them are rescued from "Death Row" at local shelters,
while others are brought to us by their owners as an alternative to the
shelter. We do not yet have our own kennel facility, so all of the animals
we take in live in "foster homes" or with their owners until
they are adopted.
Pet Pro Life has no paid employees and does not
receive funding from any government agency. We are staffed entirely by
volunteers and obtain funds solely from adoption fees, fund-raisers, and
donations. In order to ultimately reduce the number of unwanted animals
killed each year, we feel it is important to educate prospective owners
and the general public about pet overpopulation and enforce a very strict
spay/neuter policy for all our adopted pets. We spay or neuter all animals
before placement regardless of breed.
P O BOX 994
Trabuco Canyon, CA 92678
UNDERDOG Rescue, (100% non-profit), is dedicated to the rescue and rehabilitation
of lost, abandoned and "DEATH ROW SHELTER ANIMALS" in need of
loving homes. Our goal is to match "pets with people." We provide
detailed personality profiles about our dogs: their traits, habits, likes
and dislikes. We help adopters pick the best animal that fits their lifestyle,
and personality. We support ALL our adoptions with medical attention,
training and on-hand supervision. We strive to teach the precious gift
of unconditional love between animal and man, in our efforts to rescue
the wonderful UNDERDOGS OF THE WORLD!...
The Pet Rescue Center of Orange County’s goal is to work with the
communities of California, shelters, veterinarians and animal rescue
groups to save the lives of dogs and cats at risk of euthanasia due to
overpopulation through education, spay/neuter and rescue programs. In
this effort, they provide a no-kill, veterinary supervised temporary
sanctuary for these pets while they work to locate an adopting family.
Additionally, The Pet Rescue Center allocates financial grants, to
provide critical or lifesaving treatments for pets with special needs
to their rescues and to the public.
New Beginnings For Animals
is dedicated to rescuing animals from shelters and finding them new homes.
PO Box 2444
Mission Viejo, CA 92690 949-348-8057
Animal Rescue Effort and Adoption Center
Marsha Schwartz (949) 240-1735
30311 Camino Capistrano San Juan Capistrano, CA 92675 Welcome to Capistrano
Animal Rescue Effort. A young organization, CARE is in the process of
building a Third Chance Adoption Center to provide increased opportunities
for the lost and abandoned dogs and cats of San Juan Capistrano. Our mission
is to protect the welfare of the animals we come in contact with, and
to promote the humane treatment and well being of these animals by: providing
shelter and medical care for stray or abandoned animals in San Juan Capistrano;
responding with personal commitment, humane sensitivity, compassion, and
technical skill to the needs of these animals; actively promoting suitable
adoptions of the animals; encouraging the spay and neuter of dogs and
cats to ensure the numbers of unwanted animals be kept to a minimum; and
helping to prevent cruelty to animals by promoting animal welfare legislation
Animal Network of Orange County
An Organization Dedicated To Supporting Local Pets In Finding New Homes
DiAnna Pfaff-Martin Executive Office 949.759.3646
24 HOUR adoption information
e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Postal Mail: THE ANIMAL NETWORK OF ORANGE COUNTY P.O. Box 8662, Newport
Beach, CA 92658
ANIMAL ASSISTANCE LEAGUE OF ORANGE COUNTY
or call us at 714-893-4393.
The Animal Assistance League of Orange County is a non-profit humane society
dedicated to aiding lost and homeless pets, helping people with pet related
problems, promoting responsible pet-ownership and pet population control,
and preventing cruelty to animals through educational programs
We Have Several Great Pets Available for Adoption.
Little Dog Rescue
Santa Ana, CA 92705
We are a true "Mom and Pop" dog rescue, taking in
Maltese, Yorkies, Shih Tzus, terriers, and other small dogs, both purebreds
and mixes. Normally, our rescues are between 2 and 12 pounds. The dogs
you visit on our website are living in our home as loved members of our
family. They beg at the table at meals, sleep in our beds, snuggle in
our laps while we watch TV, go for rides in the car, chase the
mop, and happily celebrate our return home, even after just taking out
the garbage!!! We are not a shelter. This is our home and everyone that
comes into our home has the run of it. (We have a lot of tile and hard
wood!!) No kennels, no cages, just warm comfy couches, chairs and laps.
OCPoundhounds Small Breed Rescue
Orange, CA 92866
Headquartered in Orange County, CA our rescue group is local and independent,
specializing in adopting small breed dogs from the local LA, Inland Empire
and Orange County high-kill shelters. Our outstanding team has the credentials
and experience to rescue dogs that have the best opportunity to be successfully
placed in forever homes in the Orange County and surrounding community.
We are currently a private rescue, and are in the process of obtaining
our 501(c)3 to become a recognized non-profit organization, but this an
expensive and labour-intensive process, which can take up to 27 months
to finalize. Our funds, which are derived 100% from the adoption fees
we ask for an OCPoundhound, is directed 100% back in to continuing our
dog rescue and their related medical care, to allow us to continue our
Heroes Animal Rescue and Placement Service
Foster homes located throughout: all of Southern California You can also
contact us at: 949-697-4297. All animals are spayed/neutered, vaccinated,
health examined and microchipped prior to adoption.
Animal Network of Orange County
P.O. Box 8662
Newport Beach, CA 92658 949.533.0411
An Organization Dedicated To Supporting Local Pets In Finding New Homes.
Free 30 day "DOG" Web Posting (excludes photo). We screen your
calls and a match is made! Proof of spay neuter and rabies vaccine required.
Modjeska Ranch Rescue 714-649-4406
26741 Portola Park Way Suite 1E #204
Foothill Ranch CA 92676
Webmaster's Westside German Shepherd
Rescue Foster dog available for adoption now
Westside German Shepherd Rescue
of Los Angeles
Los Angeles, CA 90064
Bulldog Rescue 714-381-7691
The Bulldog Club of America, is the nations largest and oldestEnglish
Bulldog rescue organzation. The BCA runs one of the most respected rescue
programs in the area and places rescued or rehomed bulldogs in the Southern
California area only.
Rescue of Orange County
177F Riverside Ave., Ste. #143
Newport Beach CA, 92663
Non-profit organization German Shepherd Rescue
rescues and re-homes more than 300 purebred German Shepherd dogs each
year. Dogs of all sizes, ages and colors are available to qualified adopters.
All volunteers with no paid staff.
German Shepherd Rescue
PO Box 50726
Irvine, CA. 92619
No kill rescue group located in Orange and San Diego Counties - we rescue
shelter dogs when they are out of time and assist those who can no longer
keep their German Shepherds. We are a non
profit 501c3 that has been in operation for several years and we hold
weekend events at Petsmarts throughout Orange and San Diego Counties.
417 N. Moss St.
Burbank CA 91502
The German Shepherd Rescue is a no-kill organization dedicated to saving
and finding homes for German Shepherd dogs. The German Shepherd Rescue
is managed and run solely through its group of caring volunteers who donate
thousands of hours each year. With the rescue's caring volunteers and
donations from the community, the German Shepherd Rescue continues to
save hundreds of beautiful and noble dogs each year. For more information,
please log onto www.gsrescue.org.
German Shorthaired Pointer Club of Orange County
By referral, occasionally foster homes available. Orange County & So. Calif.
Local German Shorthaired Pointer Club of Orange County members will try
to help you with your purebred G. S. Pointer in need of placement, or
direct you to available dogs. Our problem-solving advice may help you
keep your GSP, before drastic alternatives are needed. All rescue dogs
placed must be spayed/neutered.
Beagle and other hound rescue. Placements and adoptions.
Irish Setter Club of Southern California (951) 685-8747
Rescue of Irish Setter please contact us if you have a dog you would like
to place. Please contact us if you are also interested in adopting a Irish
California Labrador Retriever Rescue
PO Box 4859 Irvine CA 92616
SCLRR, formed in 1998 has been rescuing Labradors in the
southern California region ever since. Come and see our website for available
dogs or for help on placing your own lab. Southern California Labrador Retriever Rescue, Inc.
PO Box 4859, Irvine CA 1-888-55-4ALAB
A NON-PROFIT GREYHOUND ADOPTION PROGRAM OF HEMOPET /
Pet Life-Line Hemopet,
11330 Markon Drive
Garden Grove, CA 92841
(714) 891-2123 Fax
GreySave Greyhound Adoptions of Southern California
1275 Lida St.
Pasadena, CA 91103
GreySave Greyhound Adoptions is a greyhound adoption and support group
in Southern California. We rescue former racing and otherwise unwanted
greyhounds and adopt them into loving homes in Orange and Los Angeles
Counties, and around Southern California.
of Orange County & Beyond
9151 Atlanta Avenue, #5006
Huntington Beach, CA 92646
Our mission is to rescue, rehabilitate and find homes for West Highland
White Terriers, to help control the animal population by spaying and neutering
our dogs before they are placed in permanent homes, and to provide the
public with education about our breed and its needs.
WROC is run entirely by volunteers who are dedicated to raising funds,
fostering, and participating in events. We depend upon fund raising events
and donations to continue our rescue, veterinary care, and rehabilitation.
If you would like to donate, please contact us at 714-960-1083 or 714-402-1054
or email us at
Highland White Terrier Rescue -CA and Western States
PO Box 2822 El Cajon, CA 92021
Oldest, largest, respected entirely volunteer run private not-for-profit
Westie Rescue within the state. We serve the breed we love by rescuing,
fostering, rehabilitating, providing Veterinary care, and finding wonderful
forever adoptive homes. Our all volunteer network, actively seeks volunteers,
foster homes and Westie owner participation in our many events and fund
raising projects. Can you help our little ones? Want more information,
want to adopt or volunteer? Go to our website...you won't be sorry. Donations