Redwood Coast Cattledog Rescue
Dog adoption saves lives. Adopt a dog and you'll have a friend for life! Contact us, or contact another local humane society, animal shelter or SPCA.
100 Silala Lane
Bodega, CA 94922
Pets at Our Rescue Group:
Cities, Towns, and/or Counties We Serve:An all volunteer foster-based rescue concerned mainly with Australian Cattledogs /Heelers in CA shelters. We take dogs out of underserved, out of the way and often high kill shelters, get them well and find great homes! We have dogs in foster homes throughout California.
We do adopt out of state providing adopters clear the application process and are willing to travel to meet the dog.
About Our Rescue Group:An all volunteer foster-based rescue concerned mainly with Australian Cattledogs /Heelers in CA shelters. If interested in fostering, adopting or learning more email firstname.lastname@example.org
Rescue, rehabilitate and rehome cattledogs in need, mostly from underserved areas of California; assist with networking of these dogs so hopefully more cattledogs are rescued and on their way to a better life. Aid in education about the breed for owners and prospective owners and provide resources and referral to trainers, classes and activities suitable for the breed so that problems are solved or prevented which means less cattledogs in shelters in need of rescue. Aid in rehoming cattledogs from private owners when possible; Build a community of support and concern for the plight of cattledogs in shelters with ways to volunteer to help the cause; give an overview of what rescue is and how complex and difficult it can be and how every single person who contributes in any small way makes a difference; share the many enjoyable aspects of cattledogs and their abilities and the many jobs and activities they do.
Our Adoption Process:Our adoption fees range from $100 to $300.
We ask for an application, follow up with a phone interview and go from there. Process includes references check, meet and greets, and when a great match is found, adoption. We work with seniors and disabled. We have a dynamic foster to adopt program. Our goal is a great match with family and dog(s).
All dogs are altered, vaccinated, heartworm negative and on preventative and microchipped. Some may have additional vaccines (leptospirosis) depending on where they are being fostered. All have been held for a minimum 2 weeks to be sure they are not going to come down with kennel cough or worse. We like to have a dog in our program at least a month to get them healthy and hopefully know any issues that need to be addressed as well as know what the dogs like and enjoy.