This dashing male Pit Bull is currently in jeopardy of being put down for lack of space and interest. He needs a foster home so we can pull him and make sure he’s not put to sleep!! He’s just over 2 years old and about 74 pounds, he’s grey and white and lovely all over. He’s got an easy to care for short coat and natural ears and tail. Please contact The Dog Shack if you are interested in fostering or adopting this deserving boy.
Please send us an email to email@example.com. It is best to contact us via email first as the Dog Shack is run on a volunteer basis. Our number as a reference is: 415-457-4544
Links to foster or adoption applications are below:
Gordy before very scared at the shelter and in a crate bound for better things ahead.
Meet Gordy, he’s approximately 50 pounds and two years old, he’s a lovely grey and white pit bull with beautiful almond shaped eyes and a heart shape/ design around his nose. Understandably Gordy needs time to decompress after the stressful shelter experience. Please check back for more information on Gordy as we get to know him.
Angel and her buddy Leo are a bonded pair that would love to find a home together if possible. Angel is a Chow/ Kelpie mix, 3 years old and a great size. She is darling, alert and energetic. She is also very affectionate, she doesn’t bark and is happy checking things out with Leo. She’s looking for a home of her own after being released from a SoCal shelter where she was supposed to be put down with her Chow Mix buddy Leo, we couldn’t let that happen. Please consider fostering or adopting this lovely small dog, and her pal Leo!
Leo is a sweet 9 year old , neutered, male chow mix was on the “kill” list and we just couldn’t let that happen – he’s now safe and in boarding, but needs a foster or forever home. He’s very mellow, easy and quite. Are you able to help, please contact us if you’d like to give this gentle oldie but goodie a chance at a new life. He’s bonded to Angel so we’d love to see them go to a home together if at all possible.
Meet Shane he’s a stunning male pit who’s a knock out. He’s got a gorgeous coat and is very striking looking. He just got released from an overcrowded SoCal shelter where he was set to be put down, thankfully he got pulled and is now in boarding. He needs a foster home or permanent home ASAP. Please contact us if you are interested in him.
Meet Panda! He’s so darling his photos do not do him justice, he’s unlike any dog I have seen. He’s got a face like a pit, but has a soft coat sort of like a retriever, he’s super soft and sweet. He looks like a panda bear – adorable. He was supposed to be killed at an over crowded shelter but we couldn’t let that happen, now we need your help. He needs a foster or permanent home of his own, he’s in boarding now which is not optimum. Please contact us if you are interested in Panda.
Meet Dolly! She’s happy to be out of the shelter where she was so depressed she would curl up in her cage, now she is saved! She is a Staffie/ Boston Terrier mix, about 40 pounds and she’s lovely. She is approximately 2 years old, perfect age as she’s done with the puppy antics, but still fun. She’s a terrific size, not too big not too small and friendly, she’s got a great smile. Dolly could use a break and a foster home or better yet a forever home to call her own.
Please contact us if you’d like to foster or adopt Dolly.
Meet Molly: This lovely black and white pit bull female just got released from an over crowded shelter where she was set to be euthanized, we got her out on time, but she needs a foster or forever home, she’s in a boarding facility and we need to get her out as soon as possible. Won’t you help her out? She’s friendly and a nice medium size. Please contact us if you are interested in this darling dog.
Meet Misty, she’s a lovely blue and white Pit/ Bull Terrier/ lab mix. Pretty grey with the most darling eyes/ face. She’s about 2 years old and the shelter thought I’d make a great service dog (would need training). She’s just been sprung from an overcrowded shelter and is now in boarding which is not optimal. Misty desperately needs a foster home or forever home where she can decompress from the shelter and be integrated into a family of her own. Please contact us about Misty.
Update from temporary foster mom: I am getting sad that I’ll have to return Hayley tomorrow as I have go back to work. The top three photos are of her playing in my living room. Hayley loves to follow me around or sleep at my feet, we spent the day in the garden yesterday and she was easy/ quiet and calm. She’s fine with my mellow hound mix, but not needy nor does she play with him, they are in each other’s company all the time and do just fine. She’s great on a leash, not a puller. Please consider giving Hayley the forever home she so deserves.
She’s a female, Pit Bull mix, around 35 -40 lbs, a great size! She gets along well with other dogs, you can see in the video (even in a stressful shelter environment) and was good with a visitor’s child. Let’s get this well deserving dog a home!