Dogs Available For Adoption
Abbie is a unique dog. As you can see, she is absolutely gorgeous! She has had some rough years, though. We took her from the Orange County Shelter about two years ago where she was about to be killed for biting one of the shelter workers. But we always have to give them a break when they are in such a scary place like a county shelter. So Abbie came to live with us here at the rescue. It turns out, she had some early onset arthritis, which may explain her tendency to lash out when she is touched in a sensitive area. We are looking for a family for Abbie who will understand her limitations. She does not like to be touched, and will always let us know when she has had enough on her walks. She would like a home with no children or other pets. She will require a home with a special kind of person who will respect her space when she asks for it. Abbie has lived in a kennel most of her life, so if you are a patient person who can give Abbie a home of her own, please come meet her1.
Paco would love a home with someone who has a lot of time to spend with him. He was surrendered to the county shelter by his prior family and it was really scary for him there. Once he knows someone, though, he cuddles right up and takes comfort in being near someone he knows. He has a buddy here at the shelter with whom he is bonding more and more each day. . . so if anyone is looking for a pair of cuties, come by and meet Paco and his friend! Paco is cute and playful, is vaccinated, neutered and microchipped.
Home Free Animal Rescue is excited to announce the availability of one of the most spectacular and special dogs on the planet. Sweet Dixie has spent the last couple of months showing us the free spirit that fills her. She is silly, affectionate, loves breakfast, lunch, dinner time, and everything in between and plays ball like an agile big dog. She is really a girl that will be the one and only of your heart. Dixie is full of personality and loves humans and other dogs alike. As a young, energetic, 3 year old, petite, blonde terrier, she gets a little overzealous when she interacts with cats, rabbits or other small mammals so she would probably blend in smoothly with a family that enjoys the relationship of the canine type in lieu of a variety of species. Dixie has a very cheerful attitude and does beautifully with all those she meets but she is a focused dog when it comes to food and treats so if she is around young children, that are offering to share their nummies with her, it would be best to keep a watchful eye just because Dixie is highly food motivated and very brave when it comes to scoring yummy resources. Dixie is a rescue favorite and has shown us how truly resilient she is. In her few short years on the planet she has been shuffled around and is now just a step away from living her best life. If you would like to meet delightful, determined, deserving and distinctive Dixie, please feel free to contact Home Free Animal Rescue and we will be happy to schedule a day and time that works well for you to meet.