My name is Mitzi and I am a German Shepherd available through the El Dorado County German Shepherd Rescue in Northern California. I am 2.5 years old and I have a lot of energy. I like to pass the day playing with my foster brother. I am great with kids and was raised with a baby and a small child. I have never been near cats. I do love to chase squirrels in the yard. I have a lot of energy and need exercise every day. I also like to play fetch, chase shadows, and go swimming. I especially like to chase the waves at the beach. I know sit, stay, heel, lay and my release word is “okay”. I cannot be trusted around compost, because I will eat it until I get sick. I do well off leash and like to keep my foster parents within seeing distance. Please contact the rescue if you are interested.
Editor’s note: The foster parents have reinforced the fence so she can no longer get to the compost.
My name is Pearl, I am a Pit Bull / Boxer mix currently up for adoption. I am deaf so I can’t hear when my foster dad calls me or tells me to do things, but I am learning hand signals and also really love to cuddle.
I am up for adoption and the organization, 4 Paws Sake, that saved my life has lifted their 2 hour distance radius from Northwest Ohio to ensure I find my new forever home. For more information on Pearl, click here.
“Sometimes I lay with my butt on my hooman’s face! (I’m a pocket pup, so it’s okay)”
Meet Cocoa. She’s a sweet young pit mix from Detroit, MI. She’s estimated to be about a year old, and is a total sweetheart. If you’re looking for a medium-size dog, Cocoa is the perfect fit! This is as long and as tall as she’ll get. However, she needs to fill out a bit due to neglect. She absolutely loves adults and kids. Cocoa hasn’t had much chance to interact with other animals, but the little interaction she’s had has been good! She knows basic commands and is potty trained. She will be spayed and UTD on her shots before going to her forever home.
Cocoa is available for adoption through a wonderful family who helps save countless animals in the Detroit/Ann Arbor area. If you’re interested in learning more about Cocoa, please contact us directly.
“I’m terrified of our 6 lb cat and i’m not ashamed!”
Our 20 lb Jack Russell Terrier Dexter is terrified of our new addition to the family; a 6 lb kitten named Ratchet. He’s not sure what to make of the new intrusion in his life and certainly not ready to share the bed!