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Adoptables!
Giving dogs a second chance at life and love! 

From time to time we have adoptable dogs.  These are often dogs that we have pulled from the shelter at the shelter directors request, or have found on the streets and were never able to locate the original owner.

We can't help them many, but the ones we can, forever remain in our heart's!  



09.01.2019
We currently do not have any dogs available for adoption.





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DID YOU KNOW?
Twenty-five percent of dogs who enter local shelters are purebred.
Shelter pets for adoption are wonderful companions who became victims of family tragedy or unlucky circumstances.

More than 20 percent of people who leave dogs at shelters adopted them from a shelter.

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Kohl, now living in Lake Tahoe.
Dodger, Now living in Tracy, CA
Allie, Now living in Oakley, Ca
Chip, Now living in Santa Cruz
Kyla(now GrayC), Now living in Monterey, Ca.
Alder( now Fancy) Living in San Jose Ca
Wyatt, Now living in Santa Cruz
Nicolas( now Titan) living in AZ
Virgil( was Fluffy, Now Vador) living in Vallejo CA
Ruby ( now Winnie) living in Carson City
Titan.. living life in Central Ca!
Ruby.. now living Central Ca
Morgan( now Rocky) Now living in San Jose Ca
Lucy, Now lives in Campbell, Ca
Beauty, Now lives in Santa Cruz
Chunk, Now living in San Francisco
Oliver, now living in Gilroy
Corey..  now living in San Jose, CA
We heard that his little girl wants to name him Princess!!
Peter.. Now living in Cupertino, Ca.  His name has been changed to Oreo.
Peter.. now known as Cody! Living in Sunnyvale, Ca
Mickey! Now living in San Jose
Quidam, now living with Tracy Police Officer.
Savannah.. Lives in Los Cupertino
Nova, passed away at 14 weeks of age from Parvo. Her vaccines failed and she was not able to fight the illness. She died on our arms.
Naven, now lives in Gilroy and is bonded with an autistic child. Can you say service dog in his future??