My name is Bebe!

Miniature Pinscher/Terrier (Unknown Type, Small) Mix Dog for adoption in San Francisco, California - Bebe
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Facts about Bebe

  • Breed: Miniature Pinscher/Terrier (Unknown Type, Small) Mix
  • Color: Brown/Chocolate - With Tan
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
  • Sex: Female
Meet BeBe – She is a sweet and happy girl looking for her forever family. She is between 1 and 2 years old and weighs in at a 17 pounds of fun and energy. She is a bit shy at first acquaintance but once she gets to know you, she is loving and affectionate with both men and women. She is potty trained, walks well on a leash, rides well in the car, and gets along well with calm small dogs. She does well with cats (actually, she ignores them!) and adores playing with her squeaky toys. She is excited when you first come home, but after a few minutes of play time, she is content to lay beside you and enjoy your quiet company. She prefers sleeping on the bed with her person and is an excellent watchdog.

Due to her initial timid nature, BeBe would be best suited to an adult only home or a family with children over 8 who will let BeBe set the pace. While she doesn’t like being alone (what dog does) she is good when being left at home with no barking, chewing, or other bad behavior. If left alone for a full work day she needs a doggie companion.

BeBe’s adoption fee is $250.00 and he is being fostered in Dublin, CA

All our dogs are in private foster homes and arrangements to meet our dogs occur after an application has been received.

If you would like to know more about this sweet dog or receive an application to adopt, please contact us at

About DogZone Rescue

About Our Rescue Group...

DogZone Rescue is a group of individuals who are dedicated to ending the pet overpopulation and senseless killing of adoptable dogs. Our foster dogs come from shelters throughout California; we also take in strays off the streets and owner surrenders. We work closely with private Foster homes that are critical to continue our mission to save these precious animals.

We are all unpaid volunteers, and 100% of the adoption fees and donations go towards caring for our rescued dogs. It is our mission to rescue and provide safe haven to as many abused, abandoned and unwanted dogs as we have room for. These dogs would otherwise die in kill shelters or on the streets or meet any number of horrible ends that befall the unwanted. We don't discriminate; we save dogs, regardless of its age or condition.

Prior to every adoption, all of our dogs will be spayed/neutered, current on all vaccines, rabies, dewormed and microchipped. We rescue, nurture and place Senior Dogs & Special Needs Dogs, along with the young and healthy. Here you will find a variety of breeds and ages.

We are also always looking for dedicated volunteers that would like to help. In addition to foster homes we always can use help with transports in your area and home visits. If you are able to dedicate a few hours each week, we would be happy to have you join our team.

Complete Vetting is provided to our foster dogs including Microchip, up to date on Vaccines, Wellness exam, Spay or Neuter. We have a network of knowledgeable people who have been in rescue for many years who can guide you as you help save a life. While in foster care we learn their personalities and temperaments as well as work with them on crate training, house training and basic house manners. Then we help our adopters while the dog settles in.

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Come Meet Our Pets...

We do not have an adoption center, we occasionally are able to take some dogs to events which we will post here. All our dogs are kept in private foster homes and are seen by appointment only. Thank you so much for wanting to adopt.

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Our Adoption Process...

The first step to adopting is to complete the Adoption Application and submit it to the Dog Zone Rescue. You will be contacted right away by a representative of the rescue once we receive it. Our application process includes adopter, Veterinarian if you already have a pet, personal interviews, and a Home Inspection to ensure the environment is safe for the dog. It usually takes no more than 2 -3 weeks from the time we receive the application for your dog to come home to you. Our policy is to find the Best home for each dog, where it will thrive in the environment of its new forever home. Although we work the applications on a first come, first served policy, it doesn't necessarily mean that the first application is the perfect fit. If the dog you applied for is not a good match for your home, we will make sure to work closely with you and your family to find which one of our precious dogs will be a great fit for your lifestyle. You can be assured that we do not misrepresent our dogs...we are absolutely honest when we tell you about our dogs.

We do adopt out of state but there will be an additional charge for a health certificate if needed and for anything else you need to get your new family member home. If you choose to fly the dog home you will be responsible for the cost of the flight, the health certificate. We will only consider out of state adoptions if the adopter comes to California and returns with the dog, if flying in the passenger area of the plane, we will not ship cargo.We will also adopt out of state if the adopter drives both ways.

Our adoption fee varies depending on the dog's breed and age. The range is $150 - $275. We do offer training support with all our adoptions; just contact us if you need help. The dogs are nurtured in foster homes and given basic training and treated for any injuries or illnesses that we are aware of.

Senior-to senior program: On dogs 10 years old and older we work on a case by case basis and will reduce fees where we can.