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Dogs available for foster/adoption from shelters across the country
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Contact information for each dog is included in their "bio." 

Boise Bully Breed Rescue

Margo
Santa Barbara,CA

Meet squishy, huggable, lovable MARGO!
MARGO is a 1.5 year old gal, weighing in at 45 lbs and walks low to the ground. She has a unique chocolaty coat. She entered the Santa Maria Animal Center in California in May 2018. She is now showing signs of kennel stress and frustration (like spinning, barking, sometimes growling).
MARGO enjoys group walks and social settings with other dogs. She even knows how to ‘check-in’ with her handler. She is selective in her off-leash playgroups, but can be integrated. She just doesn’t like dogs in her personal space. She would likely do best as an only dog in her forever home.
MARGO has a lot of potential, but the shelter kennels are just not helping her to showcase all that she can be.

CONTACT:
Stacy Silva
Community Outreach Coordinator
Santa Barbara County Animal Services
Office 805.934.6981
stacy.silva@sbcphd.org 

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Chevy
Santa Barbara, CA

Meet CHEVY!
CHEVY has not had the best start to his young 2 year old life.

CHEVY was found by a Good Sam as a stray and was kept. He slept in the house with his person and had a strong connection for a year. He got frightened on the 4th of July and wound up at the shelter. His owner claimed him the very next day, but he was also moving back home and the housing complex would not allow CHEVY because of breed restrictions. CHEVY was surrendered to the shelter on the 5th of July. He was adopted quickly to a home with a smaller dog. They did well at the shelter for an on-leash introduction and in the yard for an off-leash introduction. Poor CHEVY was returned because the adopter did not follow instructions and allowed the small dog to push CHEVY until he reacted. No injuries were noted.
After 5 months without a home, CHEVY is overwhelmed by life in the shelter. He is very depressed in his kennel. Even if he knows you, he will sit in the back of his kennel and hardly raise his head.
CHEVY can be a little shy until he gets to know you, but does enjoy sitting in you lap. He is still learning leash manners, but does great on group walks. CHEVY also enjoys doggy play groups and they have helped him build up his confidence.

CONTACT:
Stacy Silva
Community Outreach Coordinator
Santa Barbara County Animal Services
Office 805.934.6981
stacy.silva@sbcphd.org 

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Winston
Santa Barbara, CA

Hi, I’m WINSTON!
My owners had me since I was a puppy, but they gave up on me on Halloween and left me at the shelter. I know that they were not the best for me as I was kept outside and they didn’t teach me anything or even give me any attention. I’m now 3 years old and need to learn all good things from my forever family. I learn quickly and settle down quickly too. I’m a rockstar in my rough and rowdy doggie playgroups and enjoy group walks. I know that with an experienced dog parent and some guidance (I love treats and praise), I am going to be a pawsome family member!

Watch my video to see how happy I am and how quickly I learn.

CONTACT:
Stacy Silva
Community Outreach Coordinator
Santa Barbara County Animal Services
Office 805.934.6981
stacy.silva@sbcphd.org 
WINSTON A439817

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Diamond
Caldwell, ID

MEET DIAMOND

I’m a 1.5 year old, petite (50-pound), spayed female who was wandering the streets before these nice shelter people began caring for me in early November.
I was ignored at my first home, so this new environment was overwhelming for me. Staff and volunteers have been so patient with me and showed me how people are good; They helped me find my confidence. I even got myself adopted in early December, but my new family never came for me after my spay surgery. I know that my real forever family is still out there.
I love all people, but have lots of energy at first, so a family with kids over 5 years old would be best. I’m fine with other dogs, but can’t live with cats or chickens. I’m house-trained and good on leash.
The shelter people say that I am “special needs” because I have fairly severe luxating patellas (my knee caps don't stay where they are supposed to). They recommend exercises like 'sit-to-stand' and slow walks up a gentle incline in a harness to build up hind-limb muscle mass and encourage pushing off from my hind limbs. Sounds like just more great bonding time with my new family!

CONTACT: 
West Valley Humane Society 
5801 Graye Lane
Caldwell, ID
(208) 455-5920
11 am - 7 pm, Monday - Saturday 

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Kendall
Rexburg, ID

MEET KENDALL!

KENDALL is a beefy 4 year old little lady. KENDALL was owner surrendered to the shelter due to her family not being able to financially afford her. Kendall was surrendered with her brother Kito.
KENDALL has interacted better with women than she has with men.
KENDALL needs an owner who can train her, handle her strength, keep her relaxed, and happy. KENDALL knows the command "sit" and is house trained.
KENDALL would need more socialization with other dogs but is good with children. KENDALL is on a grain free food diet.

UPDATE FROM ASHLEY: "I brought my personal dogs into shelter today and Kendall did well meeting them. She was nervous and ignored them - she didn’t have any aggression issues. She has started to mellow a little more the last couple days as well but still shows terribly in a kennel."

CONTACT:
Rexburg Animal Shelter
490 W 4th N
Rexburg, ID
208-359-3005 or 208-313-9153
Ashley Necaise - 208-313-915 anecaise13@gmail.com
Stephen Buzzell - 208 201-7380

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Bogie
Shoshone, ID

MEET BOGIE!

AVAILABLE FOR FOSTER OR ADOPTION

BOGIE was lucky to be brought in from the streets into a makeshift shelter (hardware store) at the end of November, but it’s time for BOGIE to find his forever family. BOGIE is young (between 12 and 18 months), big at 60 pounds, energetic, and full of love. He is a sweet boy that just needs a little guidance. He is crate-trained and house-trained and is in excellent health, has all his vaccines, and is neutered.
BOGIE does very well with routine and is quick to pick up on set patterns. He loves to play with toys. BOGIE has not met a stranger that he did not like, but we’ve noticed that he seems to prefer the ladies over the men. He recently had an opportunity to play with a child and did well. He seemed sad when the child left.
Because BOGIE can be a bit reactive to other dogs and cats in his face, we are looking for a home where he is an only pet. An option is to work with a dog trainer if you have other pets.

Updated info and more photos of BOGIE - Click here.

PLEASE CONTACT US if you can offer BOGIE a foster or forever home.

City of Shoshone / A Road To Home, Inc. (A hardware store)
106 South Rail East
Shoshone, Idaho
Susie Petersen
aroadtohome2@gmail.com
208-539-3006  

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