Here’s Fred (or as he’s called by all his new family and friends…Freddy). Freddy was a very shy Dude when he first came into our Rescue as a stray but has begun coming out of his shell since moving in with his wonderful Foster Family.
Our Vet thinks that Fred is between 6 and 7 years old. Even though he’s still on the shy side, his true personality has begun to shine. Freddy is a real charmer and hard to resist this sweetie. He loves hanging out with his foster brother. He feels very comfortable with his foster family’s 9 and 11 year old children. He’s learning his basic commands (especially walking on a leash). Freddy is just the perfect gentleman while riding in the car.
When he came to FFGRR Freddy had some allergies but all he needed was a better diet and some new food. He’s current on his vaccines, neutered and chipped.
If you’d like to get more information about this handsome young man, please fill out a adoption application or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org so we may contact you to see if he’ll be a good fit.
We would like you to meet Bear. Bear has a wonderful personality and at 7 years old is still very active. He came into our Rescue because his family’s lifestyle changed and they moved from a home into an apartment which didn’t allow pets. He lived in the backyard most of his life but has quickly adjusted to living inside with his Foster Family. He’s house trained, great with other dogs (large and small), and has lived with children. His only medical issue is that he has retinal thinning. Our Vet said that he can definitely live a normal life but would do best in a home without a pool. (Our Medical Coordinator would be happy to talk to you about Bear’s condition.)
Bear is micro-chipped, current on his vaccinations, and neutered.
So, if you’re looking for one of the sweetest Goldens that you’d ever want to meet, please go to our Website and fill out an adoption application adoption application or email us at or email us at email@example.com so we may contact you to see if he’ll be a good fit.
Little Orphan Annie with her long, wavy fur and beautiful features turns heads everywhere she goes! This five year old beauty recently became an orphan when her owners could no longer keep her. It was a hard-knock life for Annie, as she spent most of her five years living in a backyard without much interaction from her humans. Since coming into rescue, Annie’s luck has begun to change. She very quickly acclimated into becoming a house dog, companion, and Diva! Annie wants nothing more than to make this her new lifestyle. Annie did live with another dog in her former home, but she is particular about her canine companion. She prefers male dogs, as a female just may rain on her parade. In true diva fashion, Annie feels that cats are odd characters, and prefers not to share her home with them. Annie is spayed, current on her vaccines and microchipped.
If you’re interested in Annie please fill out a adoption application or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org so we may contact you to see if she’ll be a good fit.
“Rex” is a gorgeous, 1.5-year-old Golden Retriever/herding dog mix who was dumped by an unknown person in a neighborhood in Valley Village. Lucky for Rex, neighbors in the area worked to win his trust and find him a temporary home. He’s been neutered, microchipped, and had all his shots. What’s more, Rex comes professionally trained! Currently he lives 24/7 with his trainer, where he is learning all his commands and how to be an excellent family dog. He’s crate trained, potty trained, and walks beautifully on a leash.
Rex will thrive in an adults-only household with an experienced, calm dog owner. Rex is available for adoption through DR Doghouse Bully Crew Rescue (they occasionally foster non-bully breeds). Like all reputable rescue groups, DR Doghouse will require potential adopters to fill out an application and do a home visit. For information on adopting Rex, please contact Robin Russell at DR Doghouse, 661-388-8704.
The dogs in our Courtesy Listings are NOT FFGRR dogs. They are shown on our website as a courtesy to other rescue groups and individuals who have dogs that are looking for a new home. FFGRR has not evaluated, met, or in any other way interacted with these dogs. To learn more about these dogs, please use the contact info listed for each dog.