Ruff Ruff! My name is Annie
|Size:||Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less||Sex:||Female|
I am already spayed, housetrained, purebred, up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and not good with cats.
Annie is an adorable, sweet, playful puppy. She is 10 months old and is ready for adoption. Her mom is a small Poodle and we don't know who her father was but he definitely was also a Poodle. Annie has had all her sets of puppy shots. She is healthy, house trained, spayed and microchipped.
Adoption only open to Southern California residents. We do not adopt any of our dogs to households with children under 10 years old.
An adoption application must be filled out PRIOR to anyone meeting any of our dogs.
To receive an application Contact Death Row Dogs Rescue at firstname.lastname@example.org or (818) 232-0775
More information about Death Row Dogs Rescue
Rescue Group Info...
We are dedicated to saving abandoned, neglected and abused dogs in Los Angeles and surrounding areas.
Whenever possible when we have space and funds, we take dogs out of the city and county shelters who are on "death row" and are about to be euthanized.
Normally all our dogs are seen by appointment only.
Occasionally we do show our dogs at different adoption events...please call or e-mail us to find out where and when.
An adoption application must be filled out prior to meeting any of our dogs.
Please call or e-mail us for an application.
An adoption contract will be signed, a home check will be done, and a donation is required upon adoption and placement of the dog.
Our adoptions are only open to Southern California residents. We do not adopt our dogs to households with children under 10 years old.
There is NO guarantee made, express or implied, that any person requesting to adopt a dog through DRD Rescue, will automatically be approved. All adoptions are subject to acceptance based on a review process that requires collecting information and visiting the applicant's home. Decisions on placing dogs in adoptive and foster homes are based solely on the judgment of DRD Rescue’s volunteers and coordinators, and adoption applications may be denied for various reasons. DRD Rescue reserves the right to refuse to adopt to anyone without disclosing the reasons, and to make all decisions regarding placement or final disposition of any rescued dog in its care whether in, or being placed in, a foster or adoptive home.