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My name is Clyde!

Shepherd (Unknown Type)/Chow Chow Mix Dog for adoption in Toluca Lake, California - Clyde
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I'm being cared for by:
Linda Blair Worldheart Foundation

Facts about Clyde

  • Breed: Shepherd (Unknown Type)/Chow Chow Mix
  • Color: Tan/Yellow/Fawn - With White
  • Age: Senior
  • Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
  • Sex: Male
Clyde was rescued from the Carson shelter on April 7; having been dumped by his family after 10 or 11 years (our vet thinks he is that age). Yes, he's not a youngster, has a limp in one leg due to arthritis, is 80% deaf - but is the sweetest most grateful dog in the world and can be spunky and playful. He's maybe a Shepherd/Chow mix, 60 pounds. He's wonderful with the three dogs he's been living with since leaving the shelter (big and small), but not cats. He may have been an outdoor dog, but has adapted to being an indoor dog without any issues. He requires little exercise but loves going around the block once or twice a day. He sleeps all through the night on his bed. He has not once barked or whined once. He loves giving soft kisses. Our vet says he has many years left in him. He is recently neutered and up to date on his shots.

If interested in meeting Clyde, please email ranelleanorga@gmail.com.

About Linda Blair Worldheart Foundation

About Our Rescue Group...

The Linda Blair Worldheart Foundation is a 501c3 non-profit California Corporation. Our work includes education the public, and working with state, local and national authorities to put an end to pet overpopulation as well as working at the national level to end illegal dogfighting. We visit our local shelters and find abandoned pets on death row, and we give them a second chance at a loving, permanent home. We are one of the few California rescue groups that rescue mothers and newborns (from one to five weeks of age), due to the high fee required by many shelters for their release of unaltered females who need tocontinue nursing their young. These animals are the first to be put to death in shelters. Shelters are unable to raise kittens and puppies and newborns cannot survive the diseases often found in such closely held captive environments. We give our rescued animals immediate medical care, proper nutrition, grooming, and socialization training. We have a few loving foster homes, but we need more caring foster parents. This temporary care canlast up to a year so the animal can adjust and heal any physical or emotional wounds. And it always takes time to find the perfect loving home.

Come Meet Our Pets...

Please visit our website www.lindablairworldheart.org for special events and adoption days.

You can also Like us on Facebook & follow us on twitter @LindaBlairWF

Our Adoption Process...

We require an application, home check, and adoption contract.