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My name is Curry!

Terrier (Unknown Type, Medium)/Chihuahua Mix Puppy for adoption in San Francisco, California - Curry
Photo 1 - Terrier (Unknown Type, Medium)/Chihuahua Mix Puppy for adoption in San Francisco, California - Curry
Photo 2 - Terrier (Unknown Type, Medium)/Chihuahua Mix Puppy for adoption in San Francisco, California - Curry
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Wonder Dog Rescue

Facts about Curry

  • Breed: Terrier (Unknown Type, Medium)/Chihuahua Mix
  • Color: Red/Golden/Orange/Chestnut
  • Age: Puppy
  • Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
  • Sex: Male
Curry is a cartoon character of fun and happiness. You couldn’t possibly pack more personality into such a small body! Curry is the most happy-go-lucky goofball you’ll ever meet. He absolutely LOVES other dogs and running around like a maniac at the dog park where he’s always the center of attention. Be prepared to talk about him everywhere you go, as he tends to attract a lot of attention and smiling faces.

At home he loves blankets, sleeping in, watching animal planet, and squeaky tennis balls. He has moderate energy, no real destructive behaviors, and will normally chew a bone or play with toys on his own until you’re ready to play or take him out. He’s fully housebroken (doesn’t mark either) but will use a potty pad if you have one inside.

Curry is shy around new people and will take a little while to warm up, but once he does he loves to cuddle, sit in your lap, and be your best friend. He can also be fearful of loud noises and city sounds, so he will do best in a home in a quiet neighborhood.

He’s very trainable and wants nothing more than to make you happy. He has great recall to his name and knows how to sit, touch, look and come. He’s the perfect companion to take on outdoor adventures as he LOVES hiking, camping and kayaking (as long as he doesn’t get wet). Curry was born October 21, 2015, and is a mix of Pekinese, Papillon, Poodle and Chihuahua. He is neutered, and weighs 12 lbs.

This cuddly, smart, playful young dog can’t wait to find his forever home! To adopt Curry, please submit you adoption application!

Photos by Bianca Morra

About Wonder Dog Rescue

About Our Rescue Group...

Wonder Dog Rescue has a long history of rescuing dogs in need! Our founder, Linda Beenau, was introduced to rescue in 1992. She assisted Nancy Ford, a long-time Boston and Pug rescuer. Over time she formed Bay Area Boston Terrier Rescue. As time went on, the group grew, and began helping dogs of all sizes, shapes and breeds. Wonder Dog Rescue is the synthesis of this progression.

We are a dedicated volunteer group, serving the San Francisco Bay Area and beyond, and rescuing dogs from all over Northern and Central California. Wonder Dog Rescue has saved blind and deaf dogs, puppies as young as two weeks and seniors as old as 15! We offer hospice to special needs and elderly dogs, caring for them until the end of their lives. Each animal has so much to offer… and we learn so much by opening our hearts to these deserving companions.

When a dog comes into rescue he or she is evaluated carefully. All dogs receive vaccinations and are spayed or neutered, and some dogs receive additional medical care or behavior modification. We work with each dog, giving them the love and structure they need to move onward. Dogs stay in foster homes until they are matched with their ideal family. We want these adoptions to be life long, and take this very seriously!

Volunteers help in the transporting of dogs from shelters, socializing & walking, bathing, fostering and assisting at mobiles. Email us if you have even two hours a week and want to make a real difference in these animals' lives.... you won't be sorry!

Come Meet Our Pets...

You are invited to come to our Mobile Adoptions every Saturday! Locations may vary, please see our website for location and time.

Thank you!

Our Adoption Process...

We adopt dogs to homes in Northern California. Very few exceptions are made, and we never ship dogs. We receive many wonderful applications from people in the Pacific Northwest, Canada and Southern California. The issue with long-distance placements is this: We have no reliable way of getting the dog back to us if the adoption falls through. For this reason we must deny these applicants.

Adopters will sign a contract stating that the dog is to be returned to rescue if they are unable to keep the animal. We will take a dog back at ANY time. It is our deep commitment to these animals that they not be returned to shelters. We will also provide you lifelong assistance.... Please contact us at any time with questions about health, nutrition and behavior. We'd rather meet up with you and do some needed training than to have you surrender the dog. Adoptions are a life-long commitment. We are here to help you fulfill the promise to your new dog.

Dog Adoption Fees

Questions about adoption fees are often the first we hear when speaking with potential adopters. We'd love to take a moment to break it down for you! Adoption fees can vary, depending on medical issues, age, breed and medical condition of the dog. Special exceptions are made for senior dogs and for families with special circumstances. Donations above the "fee" amount are considered tax-deductible by law.

Adoption fees for DOGS are a sliding scale, generally between $250 and $350. We will always try to lower the fee if you have special needs. PUPPIES and certain dogs may have higher adoption fees..... this is merely due to the costs associated with doing rescue.