Compassion for Canines

A 1122 E Lincoln Ave B200, Orange, CA 92865 rescue helping to find loving homes for dogs.

Pets at Compassion for Canines

  • Any
  • Any
  • Baby
  • Puppy
  • Kitten
  • Young
  • Adult
  • Senior
  • Any
  • Male
  • Female

This rescue hasn't posted any pets that match these criteria.

Areas Compassion for Canines Serves

Southern California All Inclusive

Compassion for Canines's Adoption Process

e are a Non-Profit Organization run by Volunteers

The adoption donation is used to partially recover the costs involved in rescuing. These costs include but are not limited to: Shelter fees, spay/neuter, food, housing, vaccinations, de-worming, microchip, and any vet exams or medical care that the dog may have required. We would not have been able to save the life of the dog you are interested in without the adoption donation from another that came before him/her.

All of the canines that we take in are screened for behavioral issues and health problems prior to permanent placement with their new mommies and daddies.

Behavioral screening means that we check to see if they get along with kids, the elderly, cats, dogs, and other animals. It also entails checking to see if they nip, are scared of fast movement, are jumpy, don't like to be touched in certain ways, chew excessively, etc.

Medical screening means that we have them de-wormed, current on vaccines, free of parasites and communicable disease, are treated for pre-existing conditions, and declared healthy within manageable limits.

Adoption Steps:
1. Submit an application
2. Meet the pet(s) you are interested in
3. Home Inspection
4. Trial visit in your home
5. Complete Adoption

About Compassion for Canines

e are a Non-Profit Organization run by Volunteers

The adoption donation is used to partially recover the costs involved in rescuing. These costs include but are not limited to: Shelter fees, spay/neuter, food, housing, vaccinations, de-worming, microchip, and any vet exams or medical care that the dog may have required. We would not have been able to save the life of the dog you are interested in without the adoption donation from another that came before him/her.

All of the canines that we take in are screened for behavioral issues and health problems prior to permanent placement with their new mommies and daddies.

Behavioral screening means that we check to see if they get along with kids, the elderly, cats, dogs, and other animals. It also entails checking to see if they nip, are scared of fast movement, are jumpy, don't like to be touched in certain ways, chew excessively, etc.

Medical screening means that we have them de-wormed, current on vaccines, free of parasites and communicable disease, are treated for pre-existing conditions, and declared healthy within manageable limits.

Come Meet Compassion for Canines's Pets

www.compassionforcanines.org