There was a call to animal control of a dog being hit by a car and running under the house. AC came out and got her. Owners of the house said she was not there dog but would keep her. Neighbors came out and said the dog was theirs and abused and neglected, she appeared to have just had pups, but none were found. AC took Little Sweety and called us to rescue. We took her to the vet and got her medical treament. She only had a few scrapes. She is living in a Foster home. She is potty trained, gets along with other dogs and cats. Is full of life. Loves to sit in your lap. Loves men better than women, but still tries to give equal love. She is so greatful to be in a home where she can go in and out, have a nice bed, good food,and human attention.
David Toro Foundation is a 501c3 non profit organization. We primarily work towards spay and neuter, vaccinations, and microchipping. We occasionally come across a dog or cat that needs a new forever home. We hope to provide that forever loving home for them.
Come Meet Our Pets...
Time and locations vary. Will be posted as they become available
Our Adoption Process...
Home Check and Adoption contract required. Contract is required basically stating if things don't work out, that you will return to our foundation.
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