Pets are given up for a number of reasons: financial concerns, illness, moving to a home that doesn't welcome pets, allergies, pet behavior issues, etc. Before you give up on your pet, please consult a reputable trainer or animal behaviorist for assistance. Our rescue has great resources that are affordable and extremely beneficial for both the human and dog. To find the name and phone numbers for these please look under this tab. Often times trainers understand exactly how to reverse the problem and help you most efficiently. If you don’t find information on how to help your pet fit into your life, give us a call and we’ll help you consider your options.
Our rescue pulls dogs from El Dorado County and surrounding shelters. This gives the dogs a chance to find a home from the shelter before it even has the chance of coming to our rescue. We will pull the dog directly from the shelter if needed. We understand that surrendering your dog to the shelter may seem hard, but for people who need to place their dog immediately, it may be the best solution.
If you have to re-home your dog, please follow the three
1. If you or your family is in danger call 911 or your local animal control agency.
Below is a list of animal control agencies in our area: