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in San Diego dedicated to dog adoption and finding foster homes for dogs in need.
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The Rescued Dog is a non-profit 501(c)3, all-breed dog rescue in San Diego, CA. We consist of a network of fosters and volunteers dedicated to rescuing and rehabilitating dogs in need throughout California and Mexico. We are committed to placing dogs in loving, forever homes and educating adopters on the responsibilities of dog ownership. The Rescued Dog strives to work with local area shelters and other rescue groups to create a better world for homeless pets.
EIN #46-3999551
The Barking Lot is a 501c3 non-profit dog rescue organization in San Diego dedicated to dog adoption and finding foster homes for dogs in need.
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The Rescued Dog is a non-profit 501(c)3, all-breed dog rescue in San Diego, CA. We consist of a network of fosters and volunteers dedicated to rescuing and rehabilitating dogs in need throughout California and Mexico. We are committed to placing dogs in loving, forever homes and educating adopters on the responsibilities of dog ownership. The Rescued Dog strives to work with local area shelters and other rescue groups to create a better world for homeless pets.
EIN #46-3999551 The Barking Lot is a 501c3 non-profit dog rescue organization in San Diego dedicated to dog adoption and finding foster homes for dogs in need.
Photo provided by FlickrThe Barking Lot is a 501c3 non-profit dog rescue organization in San Diego dedicated to dog adoption and finding foster homes for dogs in need.
Photo provided by FlickrThe dogs that are awaiting adoption can be found , and are located at the San Diego campus at 5500 Gaines St.
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We are advocates for the homeless dogs and cats in North County San Diego that are at risk for euthanasia. Our goal is to save treatable, trainable, manageable and misdiagnosed animals in San Diego shelters by working with government entities, non-profit rescue groups, and our own network of volunteers to provide a system of transport, training, fostering and adoption.San Diego Humane Society veterinarians and animal care staff will spend this afternoon and coming days conducting exams of the 29 dogs to ascertain their health and wellbeing with the hope of placing the dogs up for adoption.Bring your American flags and help us cheer on and promote the dogs we're exiting for CLEAR THE KENNELS! The San Diego Rescue Coalition (a group of local rescues) is working with the San Diego County Department of Animal Services to FREE UP Kennels for the 4th of July! Collectively we are exiting approx. 35-40 animals from all 3 of our SD shelters for 2 weeks! We need your support so we don't have to return them to the shelter! All of these dogs will need to find permanent fosters or adopters to keep them out of the shelter so please share our event, share the photos of the animal we are all exiting so they find new homes soon!We're also planning a CELEBRATION so watch for details!The average number of animals in our care on a daily basis is approximately 45 to 55 — that’s dogs, cats, and birds combined. Many of the animals in our care are in loving foster homes throughout San Diego County, awaiting adoption into a forever home, while several others are housed at our Adoption Center in Oceanside.When approached to care for these dogs, San Diego Humane Society didn’t hesitate in spite of the significant impact on resources, space, and personnel. The 29 dogs arriving at San Diego Humane Society today will require medical treatment and the overdue TLC that they have been denied thus far. Any necessary behavior modification work will also be provided before re-homing the dogs to adopters.At Helen Woodward Animal Center, we have an ever-shifting list of beautiful dogs, puppies, cats and kittens available through our San Diego pet adoption program. Please check our website daily for updates!