Thank you for taking a look at our Rescued Dogs! If you wish to see more pictures and videos of our adoptable dogs, click on each dog’s photo or check out our listings on Petfinder and Facebook. To begin the adoption process, please fill out our Adoption Application. If you do not see the dog of your choice, please fill out our Mutt Match Application and we will be on the lookout for your new Rescued Dog!
Meet sweet Jackie, a fun and friendly poodle mix who is the perfect combination of spunk and affection. Jackie came to TRD from the Humane Society of Imperial County. Jackie is a very social girl, and loves a little rough-and-tumble play with her canine foster sibling. Jackie also loves a good walk, and she enjoys a good romp at the dog park too. Jackie lives with a cat too, and she gets only with her well, although Jackie likes to play with the cat and sometimes chases her. (A cat check would need to be done to determine if Jackie is a good match for an adopter's cat.) Jackie's foster mom reports that on top of being a social butterfly, Jackie also enjoys a good snuggle with her human friends. Jackie is also very smart and has picked up a few basic commands already in her short time with her foster family. She is primed and ready to learn more! Jackie is about 1 and a half as of November 2016, and weighs in at a lovely 18 pounds. If you are looking for a fun and affectionate first lady to round out your pack, fill out an adoption application on the TRD website to meet Jackie!http://therescueddog.org/2015/dog-adoption-application/
Adult, Female, Medium
Welcome Joey, a 1.5-year-old papillon-spaniel mix, and a professional napper, rescued by TRD from the HSOIC in March 2018. This pint sized pupper weighs 7 pounds, which makes him a good fit for families in any living situation (apartments, houses, condos, etc.). According to his foster mom, Joey is initially shy and timid, and he takes a while to warm up to new people. But once he can trust you, he is very affectionate and cuddly. He is great with kids, dogs, and even cats in his foster home. He likes to be around dogs and cats, although he is not interested in playing with them. Joey would rather cuddle and sleep with his foster mom all day everyday on a comfortable bed in a comfortable corner of the house. To keep his svelte 7 pound body in shape, Joey likes to go leashed walks every morning. Joey is naturally good on the leash and has been non-reactive to new things he has encountered on walks. His foster family is also working on teaching him commands like Sit, Stay and Name Recall. If you are looking for an sweet and affectionate couch potato doggo, Joey is the perfect match for you. Although he might take a little while to come out of his shell, once he does open up to you, Joey will be your most loyal and loving companion. If you would like to meet Joey, please fill out an adoption application on the TRD website and an adoption coordinator will be in touch to schedule a meet and greet.http://therescueddog.org/2015/dog-adoption-application/
Young, Male, Small