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My name is Dayana!
I'm being cared for by
The Lovejoy Foundation, Inc.

Facts about me

Breed
Pointer/Great Pyrenees
Color
White - with Black
Age
4 years 10 months old, Adult
Size
(When grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Weight
Sex
Female
Pet ID
Dayana

My info

Small blue checkmark Good with kids
Small blue checkmark Good with dogs
Small blue checkmark Shots current
Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered
Small blue checkmark Housetrained

My story

Hi meet Dayana

Dayana is a lovely G. Pyrenees/ Pointer mix who is about 4 years old and weighs around 75lbs. Dayana loves playing with other dogs and toys. Once she warms up to those around her, she is a happy go lucky girl with everyone she meets. She would like a home that will take her on adventures, continue her socialization, and give her lots of love. She wants a person/family who will provide her with a life of mental and physical stimulation while keeping her safe and happy. She may be small, but she would like it if there is a plan for longer workdays, so she is not spending too much time in a crate or alone.

Dayana came to us from a fellow rescuer.

We hold an event every weekend at our facility on SATURDAY and SUNDAY 11-5pm and open to the public. It is first come first serve we do not evaluate applications prior to an event. If there are multiple interested parties in the same dog or puppy at the same time we would pick the best out of the 10 applications. Please visit our social media platforms for the specifics for each weekend as it changes from week to week. Please find our application at lovejoyfoundation.org when you come to an event please bring that filled out in hand with you. You can find our application at Lovejoyfoundation.org. The Lovejoy Foundation, Inc. does not adopt beyond a 30 mile radius from our headquarters in Inglewood. Sometimes exceptions are made in a particular situation for an adopter further out than 30 miles which is at the discretion of the director.
Hi meet Dayana

Dayana is a lovely G. Pyrenees/ Pointer mix who is about 4 years old and weighs around 75lbs. Dayana loves playing with other dogs and toys. Once she warms up to those around her, she is a happy go lucky girl with everyone she meets. She would like a home that will take her on adventures, continue her socialization, and give her lots of love. She wants a person/family who will provide her with a life of mental and physical stimulation while keeping her safe and happy. She may be small, but she would like it if there is a plan for longer workdays, so she is not spending too much time in a crate or alone.

Dayana came to us from a fellow rescuer.

We hold an event every weekend at our facility on SATURDAY and SUNDAY 11-5pm and open to the public. It is first come first serve we do not evaluate applications prior to an event. If there are multiple interested parties in the same dog or puppy at the same time we would pick the best out of the 10 applications. Please visit our social media platforms for the specifics for each weekend as it changes from week to week. Please find our application at lovejoyfoundation.org when you come to an event please bring that filled out in hand with you. You can find our application at Lovejoyfoundation.org. The Lovejoy Foundation, Inc. does not adopt beyond a 30 mile radius from our headquarters in Inglewood. Sometimes exceptions are made in a particular situation for an adopter further out than 30 miles which is at the discretion of the director.
Rescue

The Lovejoy Foundation, Inc.

Contact info
Pet ID
Dayana
Contact
Address
Inglewood, CA 90301
Donation

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

Starts with an application, there must be a meet and greet with all family members including pets, if approved a home check is done. Once approved a contract is completed and then the adoption donation; All of our dogs/puppies are spayed and/or neutered, micro chipped, current on all vaccines and rabies, de-flea, de-worm & you receive a 2 hour in home training session with one of our on staff trainers. With all of that included there is an adoption donation in the amount of $550. Our adoption donation includes all the medical mentioned above.
Starts with an application, there must be a meet and greet with all family members including pets, if approved a home check is done. Once approved a contract is completed and then the adoption donation; All of our dogs/puppies are spayed and/or neutered, micro chipped, current on all vaccines and rabies, de-flea, de-worm & you receive a 2 hour in home training session with one of our on staff trainers. With all of that included there is an adoption donation in the amount of $550. Our adoption donation includes all the medical mentioned above.

Go meet their pets

The Lovejoy Foundation holds adoption events every Sat. and Sun. from 11am to 5pm at The Clubhouse, 1121 West Hillcrest Blvd. Inglwood, CA 90301. M-F at The Clubhouse we are training, grooming, boarding, and doing daycare for our clients as well as our rescues, so unfortunitly the only oppertunitys to see our rescues is during our weekend adoption events. We look forward to helping you find your perfect match on Sat. and Sun. from 11-5. Please keep in mind our adoption events take place in an outside venue, with wet weather, high winds, and chilly temperature we would not hold a normal event, so please call ahead before coming 310-719-5707.
The Lovejoy Foundation holds adoption events every Sat. and Sun. from 11am to 5pm at The Clubhouse, 1121 West Hillcrest Blvd. Inglwood, CA 90301. M-F at The Clubhouse we are training, grooming, boarding, and doing daycare for our clients as well as our rescues, so unfortunitly the only oppertunitys to see our rescues is during our weekend adoption events. We look forward to helping you find your perfect match on Sat. and Sun. from 11-5. Please keep in mind our adoption events take place in an outside venue, with wet weather, high winds, and chilly temperature we would not hold a normal event, so please call ahead before coming 310-719-5707.

More about this rescue

Director and Founder, Erin Lovejoy has been an animal advocate since she was a child. With a Sales and Marketing background, she was familiar with the techniques that would help launch her vision of The Lovejoy Foundation. The vision was a peaceful outside setting, for a dog and puppy sanctuary; a place for the public to come and play and adopt the puppies and dogs. Erin stands strong behind her belief that through educating the youth, the awareness will impact the future dramatically with the neglected, abandoned and abused animals on the streets and in the shelters. Her goal is no dog is left without a purpose, or without a job, or without a home. Since April of 2010, Erin has been building her vision, she has rescued, rehabilitated and re-homed more than 8000 dogs to date. Erin strives towards her vision every day, pushing through the trenches of rescue holding adoptions every Saturday and Sunday, rain or shine. She has spent countless hours and resources lending a helping hand to the many owner surrenders, stray dogs, and injured animals, giving them all the support they need. With the incredible dedication of her family, standing by her side day in and day out, keeping with the same passion, Erin, her family, and The Lovejoy Foundation have reduced the intakes in the local shelters dramatically. Erin's motto is "Touching lives one animal at a time" Hopefully, it will not be long before her vision will unfold to what she has been living and creating every day.
Director and Founder, Erin Lovejoy has been an animal advocate since she was a child. With a Sales and Marketing background, she was familiar with the techniques that would help launch her vision of The Lovejoy Foundation. The vision was a peaceful outside setting, for a dog and puppy sanctuary; a place for the public to come and play and adopt the puppies and dogs. Erin stands strong behind her belief that through educating the youth, the awareness will impact the future dramatically with the neglected, abandoned and abused animals on the streets and in the shelters. Her goal is no dog is left without a purpose, or without a job, or without a home. Since April of 2010, Erin has been building her vision, she has rescued, rehabilitated and re-homed more than 8000 dogs to date. Erin strives towards her vision every day, pushing through the trenches of rescue holding adoptions every Saturday and Sunday, rain or shine. She has spent countless hours and resources lending a helping hand to the many owner surrenders, stray dogs, and injured animals, giving them all the support they need. With the incredible dedication of her family, standing by her side day in and day out, keeping with the same passion, Erin, her family, and The Lovejoy Foundation have reduced the intakes in the local shelters dramatically. Erin's motto is "Touching lives one animal at a time" Hopefully, it will not be long before her vision will unfold to what she has been living and creating every day.