Dolly is such a happy go lucky dog. She's so much fun. She loves to play with her toys.
She knows how to go out a doggy door and she's good on a leash and loves to go for a walk. She loves to ride in the car. We originally took Dolly into our rescue back in July. Her mom passed away. She was used to living with a cat and another dog. She's a little over 3 years old, in excellent health and would love to come and live with you. Probably better no children as she's never experienced them before.
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Sheri's Special Note: If you are looking for a special breed of dog to adopt, please fill out an application and once approved we can keep our eyes wide open. We really enjoy working in advance with people wanting to adopt a rescue dog to add to their family. Our application is under "adoption application".
Meet Yung Yung! He's only about 10 months old and was in a shelter when he was very young and was going to be put to sleep when a rescuer from Taiwan step in and pulled him to safety. You see, but he can't. He was born blind. He's a very, very, sweet boy who deserves a chance to be so happy and loved! He's good with everything. Our rescue dogs are going to be showing him the ropes. He's been fully vetted. If you're interested in adopting, please fill out our application.
Merry was originally in the Tracy Shelter. She came is as a stray who was found and was one big mess. She was so matted and now she's never going to have to worry again about not being cared for again! Obviously she has a cataract in each eye. She gets around so well and she's a total love. She's had all of her vetting done and is ready for a new home. She's about 4 years old and more than likely she's had the eye issue for a long time. She doesn't seem to be bothered at all. She learned the doggie door in about 3 minutes. She's going to be a wonderful companion for someone who will promise to love her forever. She's good with other dogs once she smells them and gets used to them. She weighs about 10-11 pounds and she's one big love! SHE'S AWESOME AND PLEASE DON'T DISCOUNT HER BECAUSE OF HER EYES!!!
What a great senior! This poor dog was a stray at the Dublin Shelter for over a month! Yes, she was living in a shelter that long. She's out and is so happy and loving. According to some of the info we have she may be around 15 years old. She has her vet appt on Monday and we will know more later. She appears to be in excellent shape. Her skin is good and she can see good. She's a little shy, but she's been thru so much. Rumor at the shelter was that her owner died and none of the family wanted her and she must of gotten out, got picked up and not claimed. She's ours now!!!
Update...She's had her vetting appointment and she's got a dental appointment for March 27 to pull out a few teeth to make her mouth feel so much better. She deserves to be happy in her senior years. Donations to help her gladly accepted and so much appreciated.
Petunia is so wonderful. She weighs 7 pounds and was so matted when found she was in pain from all the mats on her body. She just got spayed and we're getting to know her personality each and everyday. She's about 10-12 months.
Lavern and Shirley are so much fun! They're both females and are about 5 months old. We would like to try and adopt them together as they're bonded. The back story is the mother of these dogs belonged to a homeless gal. The foster mama developed a friendship with the homeless gal and told her she would take care of her pregnant dog and find homes for the puppies. She had an agreement that she would also get mama dog spayed before returning her. They are being fostered by a very nice lady who loves dogs! They're in a great place till we adopt them. They're crate trained and working on potty training. Very sweet and loving doggies. And, they have hazel eyes which are so cute! More than likely their little Chihuahua mixes.
Note: Both dogs have been fully vetted and are ready for their new loving home.
If you're interested in adopting, please fill out our application at www.pokeadotsrescue.com.
If you'd be interested in fostering please let us know. Thanks!
We could save more lives if we had more available fosters.
Please fill out our adoption application and on the first line put "interested in fostering".