Please review our Adoption Process before filling out an application.
Meet the Arbor Family: Aspen (the mom) and her 11 puppies Acacia, Hazel, Juniper, Kamilah, Laurel, Linden, Banyan, Branch, Cedar, Sequoia, and Sylvan! Aspen and her 11 puppies were rescued from a yard in Tijuana when neighbors noticed that they were living in squalor in the back yard filled with trash and very unsanitary conditions. We are thinking the momma is a shepherd mix and the puppies are a shepherd/lab mix that will likely grow to be anywhere between 40 and 65 pounds. That is our estimate since we do not know what he father dog was. Aspen is full grown at 45 pounds and she was flea and tick infested when she was rescued and was also treated for mange and parasites. We are seeking a foster for Aspen and her puppies AS SOON AS POSSIBLE, but they are ready for adoption!
Aspen is a very loving and happy girl and we can tell she is so happy to have been rescued by a good Samaritan. She will make a wonderful family pet once she is ready to be adopted. The puppies are happy-go-lucky like puppies will be and we are confident they too will make wonderful family pets.
If you would like to become a foster for us, please fill out an online application right away through our website (www.arwob.org). We are desperate to get a foster family (or two) set up for these sweet dogs. We also offer a foster-to-adopt program. So if you are interested and would like to foster and/or adopt, please fill out the online application. Won’t you consider giving these amazing dogs the love they deserve? They have been through so much and the would love nothing better than to find a forever, loving home of their own where they can feel safe. Don’t wait!
If you would like to meet one of our animals, PLEASE fill out an adoption application.
PLEASE NOTE: IF YOU ARE IN THE MILITARY please fill out a short questionnaire in addition to the adoption application.
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