Daphne, about 3 year old black female...has been adopted.
This sweet, female Dane, Daphne, was found in Huntington Beach, CA on Feb. 4, 2019. We believe her to be 3 years young. She was not wearing a collar and was not chipped. We had no success locating her owner through animal control, or posted found notices on social media and local dog parks. A surveillance video eventually surfaced showing a man abandoning Daphne on a rainy night. We left our posts in place hoping the man who abandoned Daphne was not her rightful owner. As of yet, no owner has come forward.
I regretfully cannot keep Daphne indefinitely. Daphne is a sweet, bashful, easy dog. Daphne has proven to be patient with almost all dogs she encounters on our walks. She has shown aggression only a couple of times when dogs approach her from behind. Daphne has since been spayed and with some training we hope her behavior is corrected. Daphne is quiet, good on leash (even when a squirrel is taunting her), potty trained, indifferent to cats, healthy and sleeps through the night. She is not destructive even when left alone for hours. One of her most enduring qualities is her love to cuddle on the couch with her head in your lap. Please reach out if you have the heart, time and space for this sweet girl! Please contact Kelsi if interested in Daphne. 714 655-7796 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Rocky, 1 year old harlequin male...adoption pending
Rocky was brought to the rescue because he was becoming a problem after their baby was born. Rocky started destroying things when left alone and when he started on the walls his owner had had enough. Rocky was simply bored and being a barely 1 year old puppy he needed attention, exercise and structure. Rocky will need some training but mostly attention and when left alone he should be confined where he can’t be destructive. Rocky is now crate trained and has never even destroyed his bed in his crate. Rocky is great with people and other dogs and is ready to play any time of the day. Rocky will make a great addition to any family but we don’t recommend him going to a home with very small dogs.
Weber, 11 month old fawn male...has been adopted.
Weber came to the rescue because his Mom simply did not have enough time for him and thought he deserved better. Weber was very well taken care of and has had a good amount of training. Weber used to go to doggy daycare so he is very well socialized. Weber is all pup and loves to play with other dogs. Like all our rescue dogs he is crste trained, neutered, micro chipped and up to date.