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News ImageAxelI adopted “Max” form the shelter 2/15/14. He was quiet and gentle. He has a unique mask face. He had been there for one week after being returned from a previous adoption. He has been wonderful! Hi is shy but trust came with time and patience. The adoption process was easy and help with the dogs was simple. I would definitely recommend adopting at the shelter to others!


News ImageKopi (Kopitar)Day 91 of captivity or “cativity” as I say! My new mom bestowed on me, mind numbing treats and affection! I’ve been introduced to swordfish (Yay) and chicken (meh). My neighbor across the street welcomed me with two new cat toys and my mom’s BFF showed up with treats and a toy! Everyone enjoys playing with me, even the teenager! Even his buddies have time for a little playtime when they visit. I was panting during playtime my first couple of weeks, but now I can play on and on and on…
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News ImageHiro / BrunoWe found Bruno wandering the streets and took him to the shelter to be located by his family. After no one claimed him, we knew we couldn’t leave him there to chance so we went back and adopted him. That was in September 2012. He does look quite scary but he’s the cuddliest family friendly dog we have. He also thinks he’s a lap dog at 55 pounds! He has brought so much joy to our family, we really feel lucky that he marched into our lives. Dogs from shelters are the best!

News ImageEmmaI just wanted to let you know we LOVE Emma! She has proven to be a perfect companion for my Mom and Dad!

News ImageMilaWe adopted Mila the day before Thanksgiving. We were also hosting Thanksgiving this year! Thank goodness Mila was so social and friendly. It was a blast and she was a hit. We take her everywhere we go. She loves her beach bum lifestyle in San Clemente. Mila enjoys running on the beach trail, chasing the waves and making friends with other doggies! She also loves her two kitty sisters! Mila has already settled into her new home and we already can’t remember life without her!
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