Bringing a pet into your home is a wonderful experience and there are many ways to do this. We hear it all the time, you can’t teach an old dog new tricks.” Many people prefer to adopt puppies because they’ll be able to train the animal to have desirable behaviors whereas adult shelter dogs are defective.” This line of reasoning relies on so many myths.
If you would like more information on how to meet me, please contact the Adult Dog Foster Care Coordinator Julie Herman at 760-594-7605. She loves being cuddled and playing with other dogs. The dog or cat’s temperament is also already known at the time of adoption.
To families from all ages as well as all those interested in acquiring a pet or contribute with time or money to a non-profit institution that works for the wellness of the animals. If you are interested in that pet, click on their green or blue Ask About Me” button to contact that pet’s shelter or rescue.
ANIMAL RESCUE: Our animals come from overcrowded area shelters, local families that can no longer care for their dog or cat, and rescue groups throughout the state. Finally, don’t feel like you …Read more →