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Sacramento - Destiny may be a dainty but she can easily climb out of her puppy pen. Her mom is a purebred miniature pinscher that was rescued when she was pregnant after being attacked by a dog. Mom is about 8 pounds and these babies look like they may be the same size.

These cuties were born on December 14th and are spayed/neutered, microchipped, they have started their vaccines and have been dewormed and are available for adoption.

You can find our adoption process and apply online at: recycledpetsnorcal.org/adoption-process/

Adoption fee: $150
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Poor Nesbitt, no one loves him. Not one inquiry for this sweet boy. He was bottle fed for a few weeks which means he loves humans a lot. His first owners might have been jerks who dumped him on Christmas Eve, but he is ready and waiting for a home of his own! ... See MoreSee Less

Nesbitt is the light of his foster mama's eye, and we just know you'll love him too! He was rescued on Christmas Eve outside a Walmart when his foster mom learned there was someone selling 4 week old ...

Ferdinand Train (Dinah's mini-me) was adopted. 1 of 10 adorable cuties who were lucky to have had a few people work together to save Dinah and in turn these cuties. We are grateful to be a part of their journey. ... See MoreSee Less

Sacramento- Apollo is cute sweet baby. We are hoping people will help us share him because black and white bullies are the hardest to find homes for and he deserves to be loved! He was born on Boxing Day (Dec 26th) and he is one of ten puppies in his litter. His mom was a stray and before her stray hold was up, it was apparent she was pregnant. So now these cuties are getting ready for homes of their own and we are pre-approving applications. Mom is about 45 pounds and appears to be a bully mix. They live with small dogs as well and mom loves everyone so we are super happy with her temperament and hope they will be just as amazing.

These cuties will be spayed/neutered, microchipped, they have started their vaccines and have been dewormed and will be available for adoption March 4th.

You can find our adoption process and apply online at: recycledpetsnorcal.org/adoption-process/

Adoption fee: $100
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Cute little Tinsel was adopted! He came to us right after Christmas from a backyard breeder who went into hospice. He is a super cute Pekingese so we knew that someone would fall in love with him. ... See MoreSee Less

Sacramento - Romeo is a cutie and loves to give lots of kisses. His mom is a purebred miniature pinscher that was rescued when she was pregnant. Mom is about 8 pounds and these babies look like they may be the same size.

These cuties were born on December 14th and will be spayed/neutered, microchipped, they have started their vaccines and have been dewormed and is available.

You can find our adoption process and apply online at: recycledpetsnorcal.org/adoption-process/

Adoption fee: $150
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Welcome the newest family to #recycledpetsnorcal. This mom and her 5 babies I just picked up from the shelter. She came from a boarding situation and gave birth to her babies in that super stressful environment. It isn't good for her or the babies. She isn't the friendliest but we hope in a less stressful environment she will be super sweet she let me find those nails! #fosteringsaveslives #adoptdontshop #shelterdog ... See MoreSee Less

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We think everyday should be love your pet day!
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Sacramento- Ecco was taken to a vet with apparent chest trauma at 5 weeks old. Luckily, her injuries were not serious and she healed up to be a playful and happy husky puppy. She was born about 12/24, and she is looking for someone who understands huskies. Huskies are one of the most beautiful breeds out there, but Northern Sledding dogs are appearing in shelters all over as they become overbred and people do not understand the work that often goes into them. Ecco has found her voice (Huskies are often howlers) and other traits that are common with the breed is lots of energy, ability to jump 6 foot fences and prey drive. So we expect anyone interested in her understands that and has a plan or resources to deal with that. If you are looking for an easy dog and you are pretty lazy - that is great and we are glad you realize what you are willing to do, but she is not the puppy for you!

This cutie is spayed, microchipped, they have started their vaccines and have been dewormed and will be available for adoption March 4th.

You can find our adoption process and apply online at: recycledpetsnorcal.org/adoption-process/

Adoption fee: $250
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Sacramento- SUGAR RAY LEONARD was born on Boxing Day (Dec 26th) and he is one of ten puppies in his litter. He is a beautiful seal color (black and brown mix). His mom was a stray and before her stray hold was up, it was apparent she was pregnant. So now these cuties are getting ready for homes of their own and we are pre-approving applications. Mom is about 45 pounds and appears to be a bully mix. They live with small dogs as well and mom loves everyone so we are super happy with her temperament and hope they will be just as amazing.

These cuties will be spayed/neutered, microchipped, they have started their vaccines and have been dewormed and will be available for adoption March 4th.

You can find our adoption process and apply online at: recycledpetsnorcal.org/adoption-process/

Adoption fee: $150
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Emily was adopted and this Train puppy has a twin! This sweet girl is one of 10 puppies that were born within an hour of getting to her foster home. She was almost born in a cave under the train tracks that her mom had dug. She is a lucky girl and her family is lucky to have her join them as well. ... See MoreSee Less

Today, thanks to @greatergoodorg and those of you who shop at @theanimalrescuesite we were able to restock our dog food pantry. And of course, a huge thank you to our amazing volunteers who not only gave up their Saturday for an adoption event but also their Sunday to help move almost 3000 pounds worth of dog food. ... See MoreSee Less

We are still working on getting Sheba the FHO surgery she needs. I think she misses her human but sleeping on the couch while humans feed the fire ain't bad either. I always will support homeless people in getting their pets the care they need because they are more than pets for them. They are their worlds, but enjoy sharing my world with her. ... See MoreSee Less

Norbert was adopted and now has two smaller siblings. His family was looking for an active family member to take jogging and camping as the little ones appreciate none of that. Norbert hit the jackpot as his new humans have the coolest huge yard with a stream he can currently splash in (but that is about it as it is shallow). Norbert came to us with his feral mom and brother from Delano Animal Control Shelter. His brother Humphrey had a cleft palate and was rescued by Fred's Friends (I was on vacation and we are the only two cleft palate rescues I know in Northern California). Congrats to the super smart puppy (only one with a tail out of the three) who was the first to find a home! ... See MoreSee Less

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While we encourage your taking some rest time, we have an adoption event today at Pet Food Express Roseville from 12-2. No rain or wind will keep us from finding pawesome homes for some super cute dogs and puppies. And we will be going live about 1230 as well! ... See MoreSee Less

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Anyone of our friends have resources to help a homeless person's dog get a FHO? I was told a few days ago about a homeless person's dog who appeared to have a broken leg. We contacted our friend Dr Noe (at Well Pet Vet Clinic and Umbrella of Hope) helped see this girl today but she didn't have a broken leg like we thought. She actually needs a FHO but Dr Noe only does it on little dogs (Sheba is a pit bull and chihuahua mix at just under 30 pounds). We know lots of great vet clinics that will do it - I am not looking for referrals but us paying for this expensive surgery for a community pet would be very difficult and so I am looking for resources. I have called Mercer Clinic for the Pets of the Homeless but looking for other suggestions or any assistance we can find for this girl. We have a foster that can keep her while she heals up before going back to her very loving guardian. ... See MoreSee Less

Elizabeth Train was the runt of litter but her mom knew that she was the one. When I walked into her family's house I knew any animal they got was lucky to have them for one reason- leather couches completely destroyed by the family kitties. Beautiful house, with clawed up furniture means that her family understands what is important in life and I appreciate that (as someone who listens to the ridiculous reasons people dump their animals). Congrats little girl on scoring such an awesome home- just remember, it is the cat's home so you better respect them! ... See MoreSee Less

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