Adoptable Dogs

Dogs Available For Adoption


Gizmo is a 5-year-old pug mix. He came in with his left eye not viable due to a bad infection. Per our vet’s advice, it was best to remove the eye. We don’t know how long he went with the eye infection. But we could tell he was in a lot of pain. The day after his surgery he was a completely different dog. He turned into the sweetest guy. He loves attention but at the same time loves to be independent. He can be goofy at times. He doesn’t mind other dogs, but he prefers dogs that are not too hyper. Not sure about cats. He is great around children.


We saved Destiny from the San Bernardino shelter about 4 years ago. She was adopted by a wonderful woman who loved her and gave her a good home. Unfortunately, Destiny now finds herself back with us as her mom passed away a few months ago. She was sad at first, but she is finally coming out of it and is ready to find her next forever home.

Destiny is great with people — she will love everyone. She enjoys her walks and is also happy to just chill in the shade. She will learn to get along with some dogs, but she would probably prefer to be the only dog in her family.

Please come meet Destiny. She is a sweet girl who just wants love.


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.