Don't forget to check out our Keep Me Home page! The Keep Me Home program is all about helping families keep their pets, or working with them to safely and compassionately rehome them. We also help newly adopted shelter dogs transition safely and successfully into their homes. Below is just one of our recent success stories.
The Keep Home Program is a collaboration of individuals and organizations working together and we are always looking for people to help spread the word, fix a fence, chip in for medical care . . . whatever it takes to provide the support and resources needed to help keep dogs out of the shelters and home.
If you would like to be on our list of volunteers to help with this community based effort, please email us at: email@example.com. ... See MoreSee Less
Thank you so much for all of your help finding Evie her dog. She and Ed are having so much fun together.
Side note- Evie is now offering complimentary Cone of Shame removal services to any dog in need. 🤦🏼♀️
Hey folks, just wanted to send an update on Chance - the youngster that we pulled from a shelter in LA County. He is here at the sanctuary as we were unable to find a foster home for him. We did not have a space for him so our tireless and dedicated Sanctuary Director Cody is camping with him in our camp cottage until he finds his home and his people.
Since coming up from LA he has been neutered and our vet is guessing him to be about 2 yrs old. He has a lovely, soft energy and gets really happy to see other dogs. We have introduced him to our superstars Ginger and Red, who are mostly ignoring him while he works out his puppy energy and manners. He has also met volunteer Marta's dog Brooklyn, and thinks she is pretty awesome.
Chance is showing himself to be a really cool little guy that is going to be a beloved family member to someone soon.
Big thanks to Lauren McCarthy for helping to get him to us, Marta Bissell for all the time she has spent with him and Barb Upson of Kichie's Crew for getting him out on the town and helping us evaluate him. ... See MoreSee Less
Update on bonded pair Reggie and Reya. After a brief safe landing in a foster home (thank you Fortune) this goofy pair is settling in at the sanctuary. We will share updates as we learn more about them but for now enjoy their goofy grins. They are happy to be reunited outside of the shelter and are ready for some stability, love, care and guidance. ... See MoreSee Less