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Last updated: 1-17-16
If you’re interested in Annie please fill out a adoption application or email us at email@example.com so we may contact you to see if she’ll be a good fit.
They say that the eyes are the windows to the soul.
Teddy’s big brown, beautiful eyes reveal a soul who wants nothing more than a home where he will be loved.
This senior boy with his quirky ears is about as cute as they come, and at eight years young, Teddy has found a new lease on life since coming into rescue.
Living a sheltered life in his former home, Teddy rarely got to leave the backyard. Teddy has been living with his trainer Kim, and this timid boy has already made great strides in gaining confidence and trying things that are new to him. He loves to practice the tricks he has learned, he knows his basic obedience and he loves to run alongside a bicycle.
Teddy loves to snuggle up when you invite him, but he will also lay quietly on the floor next to you, if that’s what you prefer.
Teddy will need an extra special adopter who can be patient while Teddy continues to gain confidence and learn about the world around him. He will do best in a somewhat quiet environment with no small children and no cats.
We believe Teddy is a Golden Retriever mix, he is neutered, micro-chipped, and up to date on all of his vaccines. If you’re interested in Teddy 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.
“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.