Available Rescues

Most dogs that we rescue are through local groups and shelters. They come to us because they are typically too much for foster families to house and they need training in order to become adoptable. Some dogs have bite records and can escape crates and fenced yards. Some of these dogs we will adopt directly from the rescue groups in order to give them more time to find a home. We call these dogs 'Residents' and you would deal directly with us for adoption. Otherwise, all adoption paperwork and fees will be through the rescue group. We want our rescues to go to the perfect home where they will thrive. We are very picky about who they can go to because we want it to be a forever home. If you would like more information and to set up a meet and greet at our facility, please contact us via text at 916-778-6366.

Serious inquiries only, please.

OLLIE

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Small but fierce, Ollie is a spunky beagle-fox terrier mix. Currently in training for some reactive behaviors he would be best in a home with experienced dog owners with no young children. He is ball and food driven and loves to play with other dogs, as long as there are rules.
- Resident of Canine Purpose

MIXIE

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Mixie is a spayed approximately 2.5 year old pitbull and boarder collie mix. She is very shy with people but loves all dogs. Would do well in a home with other dogs that is structured and has lots of outdoor space to play.
- Resident of Canine Purpose

greyson

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Greyson is a 1.5 year old neutered German Shepherd that needs to go to a home with a very experienced dog owner. Would be best suited in a home with no other dogs. Plenty of outdoor space (acres) to run. He can and will climb fences to be with you. Can be reactive to new people and would need many hours of training and bonding.
- Resident of Canine Purpose

Leah

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Leah is a spayed approximately 2 year old Germen Shepherd that needs a forever home. She would do very well in a home with other dogs to bond with. She takes a little while to warm up to people and new environments.
- Foothill Dog Rescue

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