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Female Young Poodle (Standard) / Terrier (Unknown Type, Medium)

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Anna D4491 (Disney Litter)

Terrier (Unknown Type, Medium)

Their mom is Minnie Terrier mix 13 lbs. We rescued her when she was very pregnant from a shelter. At her foster home she gave birth to 6... show more

Their mom is Minnie Terrier mix 13 lbs. We rescued her when she was very pregnant from a shelter. At her foster home she gave birth to 6 puppies (5 females & 1 male Disney Litter) on 3/22/20. Dad is unknown. Anna (see my Instagram post!) is a good eater very affectionate and wags her tail the most. She is very happy and sweet. Adorable with blue eyes. She is the runt of the litter and has a wobbly walk at 6 weeks old. We were told by our vet to watch her for now to see how her rear legs develop as she grows. Anna at 7 weeks old is showing signs of cerebellar hyposplasia neurological disorder. She loves going into the yard to play and get fresh air/sun. These puppies were all raised in their foster home with a backyard. They need homes with attached yard to play and have quick access to potty business. Need puppy supervision and training with someone working from home or only gone short hours under 3-4 hours as they age. Young puppies have to go potty often and chew things that may harm them. All are social and lovable. Kids 8 yrs & up only. FAQ 5/19/20 Update: Our vet confirmed. Sadly she has Cerebellar Hypoplasia. There is no treatment. We can only hope that as she grows she learns to adjust and the symptoms do not get worse. Dogs with this can live long lives but need extra care and supervision. Cerebellar Hypoplasia in Dogs byPetMD.com show less

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Ezekiel (Zeke) D4129

Maltese

Update from foster home: Zeke has come along way. When we got him he was so starved you could feel his ribs and hip bones. It's taken hi... show more

Update from foster home: Zeke has come along way. When we got him he was so starved you could feel his ribs and hip bones. It's taken him a long time to trust but with his abusive last home that is what is expected. Ezekiel loves his little squeaky toys (doesn't squeak them) just loves to carry around the house and when done carries them inside his kennel. Kind of a little toy hoarder. He also loves playing with his foster home's little female dog. Very adorable personality. Zeke would be great in a home as an only dog or with another small female companion. He would do best in a home with one person preferable; female since the male was the abuser in his last household. Ezekiel needs to learn that he is safe and feels loved. He does well at temp. vacation foster home (very experienced) with another gentle male dog and loves his walks. He will need an experienced one person adult-only home. NO KIDS since he may nip. Zeke also tries to guard his master. This will take an experienced home that knows to put Zeke away when he exhibits this behavior—most commonly when visitors come to house. He is content being somewhere by himself when guests are visiting. He prefers quiet routine walks around neighborhood. He is fearful at new and busy places. We are looking for a home with someone that is willing to work with him in the situations he is fearful of; public etc. show less

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Frankie D2682

Pit Bull Terrier

Frankie came into FFR on 6/8/11 for our help to find her a new adoption home. Frankie is a very special dog. She comes from an abusive p... show more

Frankie came into FFR on 6/8/11 for our help to find her a new adoption home. Frankie is a very special dog. She comes from an abusive past and has flourished despite her past treatment. She is very curious yet cautious of new experiences. She does have high prey drive to other dogs and needs to be on leash at all times for control outside of her home. She has learned to play with toys and sleep in her crate. She is very smart and tries to avoid when she knows it’s time to do something she doesn’t want to do so we are working on her obedience manners. Frankie hasn’t had a lot of attention in her short life so she is very reluctant to let you stop petting her. With supervision she ignored the foster home's cat & fine with same size male dog. Frankie needs a very experienced pack leader guardian to train her. Adult home. No kids. **If you can't give her a home but can donate to help with her boarding care and training we greatly appreciate it. Please be sure to note that your donation is for Frankie. Update: Frankie is doing great at her trainer/boarding home. She went out for a social walk at a park and streets and she was great meeting new people. She ignored other barking dogs but did bark at dogs at a store. She needs a forever very experienced home. Best as the only dog to continue her training. We are paying for her boarding with a trainer/boarding home. show less

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Katniss D7032

German Shepherd Dog

She is friendly with people she knows and active. Good with other dogs she knows but can be dog dominate with some dogs when she was at... show more

She is friendly with people she knows and active. Good with other dogs she knows but can be dog dominate with some dogs when she was at doggie day care or strange dogs on walks. In her temp foster home she was not good with female GSD that was off leash and ran up to her. Katniss needs a very experienced guardian to guide and continue her training. She had a mild ear infection which was treated and she is fine now. Needs experienced guardian for training and exercise with no other dog and understand that not all dogs are social butterflies. Katniss is loyal and bonds to her guardian and prefer to be the only dog. No dog parks. Katniss would be a great best friend and hiking buddy! Prior to temp. foster home. Katniss was doing great at her boarding & trainer's home. She is smart loves people attention and been well with their other dogs with trainer supervision. They have high GSD training experience to watch body language and their GSD are trained. In a temp. foster home she adjusted and affectionate. Loves her home life relaxing hanging out with her people toys treats uses a doggie door and large yard. But now she prefers to be the only dog and good with people she knows. Loves treats and know 'Sit' command. With visitors she needs time to warm up and trust. At their home she barked at visitors at door. They are not as experienced and do not feel comfortable to train her due to her strength. They are frail and cannot leash train. May need to use gentle leader or no pull harness. She is a brave GSD. She needs a adult home for basic quiet walks routine home with backyard and experienced/confident adult guardian with GSD. show less

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Sammy D6526

German Shepherd Dog

We rescued Sammy in 2016 from an over-crowded Bay Area shelter. Sammy is friendly loves gentle attention and takes treats gently. He has... show more

We rescued Sammy in 2016 from an over-crowded Bay Area shelter. Sammy is friendly loves gentle attention and takes treats gently. He has very expressive ears and beautiful tail feathers. Sweet Sammy seems like one of those boys that would follow you everywhere! He is very polite and especially loves having another playful dog in the home. He is a love. Watch his shelter video by taken volunteers! Sammy was adopted to a local loving home in Aug. 2017. He was a very happy well-adjusted dog here in California. He has always been great with other dogs. Unfortunately his loving owners had to move to Texas and Sammy was returned. The loud Texas thunderstorms and constant neighborhood construction noises made him fearful. Update: He is now doing much better in his local Bay Area foster home. Loud noises/the delivery truck/bicycles can be a distraction but Sammy listens to correction and settles. He truly wants to please. Sammy would be happiest with another playful dog unless the home can exercise him and take him out for dog socials. He is well-behaved for car rides and on leash at our showcases. Sammy wants to bond to a person and will be your best friend! Adult home. Kids 12 yrs+. He is doing great at his local foster home and is a sweetie! Sammy is patiently waiting for that loving Bay Area home.YouTube: https://youtu.be/eRHqIST_WIg show less

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Sherlock D5098

Lhasa Apso

Sherlock was rescued from a crowded shelter. He is smart curious confident and gorgeous. Super people friendly alert snuggly and loves a... show more

Sherlock was rescued from a crowded shelter. He is smart curious confident and gorgeous. Super people friendly alert snuggly and loves attention but he needs a leader to guide him. He can get anxious and nervous (Llasa personality) and will nip if scared. He does not like being pushed carried or kissed. No fast grabs. Head sensitive and will nip. He is good with other small dogs with proper introductions on leash but he wants to be the top dog (alpha) at home especially with other male dogs. Sherlock is best as only dog in household. Cannot coddle him and need guidance. No sofa space or he will guard his space. He did well with other dogs during our testing and on walks but not in home. Loves walks and yard to go out for potty biz and sun. He needs adult very experienced guardian only .Sherlock is sensitive and needs the guardian to be his leader with confidence (he will sense anxious/nervous person) and tell him what to do vs coddling (he will get confused). Guardian must be confident and guide him. He was leary and fearful of young kids (will nip). At home he likes to follow person around but does not like his face petted and may nip if stressed. Sherlock needs access to fenced yard no apt living. He needs daily exercise and someone home more or someone that can consistently give him a mid-day break. With our volunteers he is friendly walks well on leash and listens. Will snuggle in our laps (both women & men) when he trusts the person. Sherlock wants to bond to confident person who will guide him and he will listen. Smart. At his foster home we learned that Sherlock is very allergic to Dust Mites (in carpet). After many vet visits and holistic vets he is now on raw diet only and herbs for his allergy. So he needs a home with no carpet to avoid dust mites. He needs experienced quiet adult home and NO KIDS. Probably best as the only dog since he can be dog dominate. At his foster he is fine with their dogs but they supervise and he listens. With any change of home he needs time to adjust. 3 days to relax 3 weeks to bond and 3 months.... he's home! Great article to read: Three Ways to Confuse a New Dog show less

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Tony D5067

Terrier (Unknown Type, Medium)

Tony was originally adopted from us Dec. 2014 at 8 mos. old. Sadly now due to long work hours son going away to college and upcoming lon... show more

Tony was originally adopted from us Dec. 2014 at 8 mos. old. Sadly now due to long work hours son going away to college and upcoming long vacation Tony's owners returned him back to us. He was very dog friendly and playful but due to work hours he has not been out to socials. Need to feed fresh foods to help his possible allergy to chicken/fowl. Best to feed fish or beef/venison base foods. Original listing: Tony & his brother Terry were rescued on 6/13/14 from a crowded Alameda county shelter. Both boys are super friendly sweet and active. Playful with other dogs. Tony is smart cautious and once comfortable in his home he can be independent. 9/7/19 UPDATE: Tony was returned to us. He is nervous of change and needs time to warm up and feel safe. Had vet exam and is healthy. Doing great at his foster home who was one of his foster homes when he was a puppy. Tony remembers them. He plays sometimes with their dog happy and sweet. Tony grew up as the only dog in the previous adopter's home so he may prefer to be the only dog. He loves playing with toys. At showcase he is fine meeting other dogs. He is afraid of large dogs. With time depending on the other dog and chemistry he may hang out. Kids 12 yrs and up. He loves to bark and chase the cat. it seems his goal in life is to bark at the cat. They have to be kept separate. show less

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Trina D6654

Cairn Terrier

We rescued Trina from a large city shelter. She was abandoned due to medical needs. Her time was up at the shelter. Our experienced volu... show more

We rescued Trina from a large city shelter. She was abandoned due to medical needs. Her time was up at the shelter. Our experienced volunteers rushed to the shelter and evaluated her. She is timid at first but warms up quickly. Adorable gentle and very sweet. She had bladder stone removal surgery but shelter vet didn't run stone analysis which determine type of stone (2 types). Our vet sent in the stones for lab anaylsis and it is Struvite which is common. Easy to maintain with healthy foods moisture water intake and cranberry supplements. From our previous cases all thrive and stay healthy. Trina got additional vet exam with our vet and they gave her meds she needed (pain med and antibiotics). Thanks to her hero foster home for all their time and TLC. She is doing well at their home eating and resting. Trina is a 'Miracle Club' doggie. Update: Trina is doing great at her foster home (Checkout my cute photos on Instagram!). She is great with their small dog loves her daily walks snuggling and lap time. Easy going quiet calm at home and very sweet. Kids 10 yrs and up. Must have access to yard for potty breaks every 4 hours. Trina is happier with someone working or home more and another dog really helps her feel safe at home. She now loves going on hikes. Information on Bladder Stones Video: Dr. Karen Becker Explains Struvite Stones Article 'Beware of This Life-Threatening Condition and the Telltale Signs That Foretell It' Article: Canine Kidney Stone and Bladder Stone Prevention Article: 5 Diet Tips for Pets with Bladder Stones Feed low-carb grain-free starch-free potato-free preferably fresh food diet. 2nd choice is canned food or a dehydrated or freeze-dried diet that has been reconstituted with lots of water. Add cranberry supplement and probiotic. To help prevent bladder stones: Increase intake of water/bone broth and moisture food so the dog will pee more. Low carb can and grain free Honest Kitchen mix food greens and moisture-rich diet/foods. No dry/kibble. Add cranberry supplement. show less