Monday, October 24, 2016

Straight Outta No-Kill

We are trying to get the word out (again) so that our county remains No-Kill... New poster (4 foot wide by 6 feet tall) that now hangs on the rescue rig at each adoption on Saturdays.

Friday, October 14, 2016

Aussie litter

We have a rare treat for those looking to adopt... A litter of 8 pups were surrendered to us and will be up for adoption shortly... 

We were told the mom was an Australian Shepherd (Aussie), but maybe there is some Border Collie or Blue Heeler in these pups... No telling and no guarantees on our end, beyond the fact these are really nice, well socialized and loving pups... 

The mom (below) got pregnant accidentally and the owner did not want a litter of puppies... Mom has now been taken to be spayed and we were asked to find homes for the pups... 

The pups will be spayed on October 20th, and ready to go to their furever homes on October 22nd.  They have one series of vaccines already and will be microchipped at our expense prior to adoption.  They will need a 2nd and 3rd series of vaccines if not adopted before October 26th, and then the rabies vaccine at 4 months.

If you are interested in adopting one of these pups, the nonrefundable adoption donation is $500, and 50% is required as a deposit once your adoption application has been approved.

The 8 pups will be at our adoption event tomorrow (Saturday, October 15th) at Red Barn (Sycamore and Cochran, Simi Valley) from noon until 4PM.  They can be seen and observed, but not picked up and/or cuddled yet because they don't have all of their shots.  Adoption applications and deposits can be taken at adoptions tomorrow.  Otherwise, first approved application and deposit (online or onsite) will secure the puppy until speutered.

This litter will not be available for long, but PLEASE make sure you understand the demands these breeds have on your time, commitment to train and it is a life-long responsibility you are taking on.

Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Rescue Rig Is On The Move!

Unable to find a Simi Valley landlord that was willing to lease to a dog rescue, we decided to take TLC into another avenue... rather than just give up saving dogs' lives, we purchase a 'toy hauler' and converted it into our rescue rig!

Thirty-five foot long (55' when hooked to our truck), we now do mobile adoptions at different locations around the city every Saturday from noon until 4PM.

Outfitted inside to do the adoption process, we show our dogs and puppies up for adoption in exercise pens and crates under red Easy-Ups... You can't miss us in a parking lot!

Always check our calendar to see where we will be when you come to visit us and find your next furry BFF!

Friday, February 12, 2016


This is an EXCELLENT article that just appeared in the WSJ.  If it causes just ONE person to rethink buying a puppy off of the internet from a puppymill or backyard breeder, it will have achieved saving the life of a shelter pet!