Dog rescue and adoption in California

Dog Rescue and Adoption in California

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Our Rescue Mission
The Humane Society of the United States estimates that animal shelters care for 6-8 million dogs and cats each year in the United States, of whom 3-4 million are euthanized. 

As part of our core mission, DogTrekker is working hard with California shelters to provide online awareness of this important work. Every week we highlight a specific shelter, humane or rescue. Search our rescue database by selecting a breed, region or rescue organization below.

DogTrekker Featured Story designates Featured Story about this dog rescue.
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6461 El Apajo Rd., Rancho Santa Fe, California 92067
Phone: (858) 756-4117
21045 Broadway, Sonoma, California 95476
Phone: (707) 996-4577
3415 Swetzer Rd., Loomis, California
Phone: (510) 643-1107
P.O. Box 608, Winters, California 95694
27895 Diaz Rd., Ste B, Temecula, California 92590
Phone: (951) 565-0849
Sacramento, California 95814
No physical facility, Foster homes throughout Orange County, Orange, California
9000 Crow Canyon Rd., Suite S-176, Danville, California 94506
Phone: (707) 591-5417
Laguna Niguel, California
Phone: (949) 481-6402
25711 Nugget, Lake Forest, California 92630
Phone: (888) 231-8713
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Volunteers learn how to care for animals in a disaster at NVADG's training.

In the last few weeks, as fires have raged across California, and all too many of us have had to leave our homes on short notice -- or been unable to get home following an evacuation order that left our critters stranded and in harm's way -- we're very grateful to all the first responders and the many volunteers who went to heroic lengths to keep everyone safe. In particular, we appreciate the hard work, dedication, and planning in anticipation of the next disaster, as lessons of the past came into play. More...


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