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My name is Tina!

Belgian Shepherd/Border Collie Mix Dog for adoption in San Francisco, California - Tina
Photo 1 - Belgian Shepherd/Border Collie Mix Dog for adoption in San Francisco, California - Tina
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H.A.R.A. | Happiness Animal Rescue Alliance

Facts about Tina

  • Breed: Belgian Shepherd/Border Collie Mix
  • Color: Black
  • Age: Young
  • Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
  • Sex: Female
Tina was found on a rainy night that changed her life forever. The rescuer first on the scene saw a wet dog lying limp in the middle of the road, then to realize that she got hit mercilessly by a car. The driver didn't bother to stop and check up on her. In fact, the driver must have ran over her and just speed off with no remorse or compassion. Tina must have laid there for ages without anyone to help her. Her life was hanging by the tread before the rescuers got her proper treatment. Her severe injury to her hind legs turned her into a special needs dog. However, she doesn't let tragedy stop her from being happy, playful and open to all that life has to offer.

She is a miracle to be alive and a bundle of joy waiting for the most special family who will love her for the way she is and all the more that she could be under your love and care.

View all of our dogs at www.harasf.org/dogs where you can view Tina's videos and full profile!

An adoption application MUST first be submitted to be considered for adoption or meeting.

FILL OUT AN APPLICATION HERE TO GET THE PROCESS STARTED: http://www.harasf.org/application/

If you are submitting an inquiry without submitting an application, please allow up to a week to hear back from us. If you do not hear back from us after a week, kindly send us a reminder and one of our volunteers will respond as soon as possible.

About H.A.R.A. | Happiness Animal Rescue Alliance

About Our Rescue Group...

| Who We Are |
H.A.R.A. is a Bay Area non-profit run entirely by a dedicated group of volunteers and foster homes. We are a rescue group extending our efforts to international rescue dogs, where help is urgently needed.

| What We Do |
We make a special effort to help dogs that have not been able to find homes, as well as older dogs, and dogs from tougher backgrounds, who have proven they are gentle, sociable, and ready for family-life.

| Why International Rescues? |
We believe that adopting a dog, is like adopting a human child. It does not matter where they were born, every dog deserves a chance at life and a loving home. There are dogs in urgent need, especially in parts of the world where animal cruelty laws are not in place, or enforced. We take extra care to ensure that our international rescues are not displacing local dogs in need, and that our international rescues meet all health guidelines upon entering the United States.

Come Meet Our Pets...

Meetings for local fosters may be set up in San Francisco, after an initial application and phone call.

We participate in Rocket Dog Rescue adoption events when possible, please contact us for more information.

Our Adoption Process...

STEP 1: Submit an application
STEP 2: Phone call to discuss application
STEP 3: Provide photos of your home and pet environment
STEP 4: Home visit
STEP 5: Pick up your new best friend!

All adopters must sign our adoption agreement to finalize adoption.

All adopters are provided with a 10-day trial period. If the dog is not a good match for you, you may return the dog to us to be placed in a local foster home. You entire adoption donation will be refunded to you.

Adoption donation: $325 minimum to help with our ongoing rescue efforts. On average, our international rescue expenses total $1200 for a dog with absolutely no medical issues, the bulk of our donations comes from the dog's own country of origin.