Meet Frenchie! He's a big handsome hunk of a dog weighing in at just under 100 lbs! He might be some sort of Chocolate Lab mix, but we don't really know. He's a friendly fellow, and can be quite talkative. He has some skin issues, but the vet thinks it's allergies, so he'll need regular flea treatments, and a good quality diet. He's actually not bad on a leash, and knows some basic commands. He's having a hard time accepting that his human didn't come for him, and seems to be looking for him/her. He's obviously a loyal companion, and his new home will need to keep him secure until he understands he has a new home.
Born Again Pit Bull Rescue regularly works with the wonderful volunteers at the Del Norte County Animal Control Shelter located out in rural Crescent City, CA (a small coastal town on the OR/CA border). They have a very small shelter with small indoor 3x6 kennel runs, low foot traffic, odd adoption viewing hours and it rains a lot which means the dogs can’t always come outside to play -- so we want you to see some of their really great dogs that they have up for adoption -- it's only a short 5-hour drive from Portland to adopt your new family member!
Del Norte County Animal Control is located in Crescent City, CA. They are open Monday – Friday from 8am to 5pm. They are closed Saturday and Sunday.
Address: 2650 Washington Blvd - Crescent City, CA 95531
Shelter phone: (707) 464-7235
Have specific questions about the dogs at the shelter or the adoption process?
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Adoption fees are between $15 - $95 depending on if the dog has been previously fixed and if you are adopting in Del Norte County or out of the county.
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