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Facts about me

Breed
German Shepherd Dog/Husky
Color
Age
Adult
Size
(When grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Weight
Sex
Female
Pet ID
ps_29613531

My info

Small blue checkmark Shots current
Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered

My story

Want a fitness inspo? Here's Bebe!



Hey guys! Checkin' out my shred bod? My name is Bebe and I am about 2 years old, female German Shepherd-Husky wonder mix. I have seen a whole lot in my short life and that's how I grew stronger. I was left at a vet at Valle de Guadalupe, at just 3 months old, where I was stuffed in a crate and that was it. For 3 months! My back legs took a huge hit and my muscles gave away completely. When TAP and a local rescue got me out to San Diego, double amputation was determined to be the best option for me. Did that get me down? Hell nawww! Lack of two legs cant extinguish the fire within me! My surgeries are done and I am undergoing physical therapy and swimming that have led to my ripped front legs. Heck, I can race ya when I am on my wheels! A 3 miler is nothing for this girl.



I am a super friendly girl and have become somewhat of a neighborhood fav! When I see my chariot being brought out, I know that it's time for some fun. I start my walks-on-wheels, and I literally stop the traffic because, well, it's me. There is a great chance that I will be one of those Insta-famous athletes, rolling off on her front legs only. With my water-therapy in full progress, it's just a matter of time! Regarding bathroom training, I have incontinence, so I may need help with clean-up. I don't need to be expressed, but wiping up is needed for this lady. When I am chilling in the house, I prefer to have a drag-bag, just to not scratch up my skin. That's only until I am fully mobile on my front legs.



I do have a feisty personality and I am quite strong-willed. Some training and positive reinforcement will go a long way for me, since afterall, I am still a pup! I am curious, smart and I love to be mentally stimulated. And I do have a mind of my own. I will fetch when I want it. :D  Behavioral training has been helping me tons. But I do guarantee, that a life with me will be full of the most amazing moments. Nothing less than a firecracker life, with this firecracker! I will need dedicated time for my care, therapy and clean-ups. If you are ready for an extraordinary life with a true blue rescue, come and say hi! My adoption fee is $150 and that includes spaying/neutering, shots, and microchip. If you want to take me home, please fill out the form on the website here https://theanimalpad.org/adoption-application/


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Want a fitness inspo? Here's Bebe!



Hey guys! Checkin' out my shred bod? My name is Bebe and I am about 2 years old, female German Shepherd-Husky wonder mix. I have seen a whole lot in my short life and that's how I grew stronger. I was left at a vet at Valle de Guadalupe, at just 3 months old, where I was stuffed in a crate and that was it. For 3 months! My back legs took a huge hit and my muscles gave away completely. When TAP and a local rescue got me out to San Diego, double amputation was determined to be the best option for me. Did that get me down? Hell nawww! Lack of two legs cant extinguish the fire within me! My surgeries are done and I am undergoing physical therapy and swimming that have led to my ripped front legs. Heck, I can race ya when I am on my wheels! A 3 miler is nothing for this girl.



I am a super friendly girl and have become somewhat of a neighborhood fav! When I see my chariot being brought out, I know that it's time for some fun. I start my walks-on-wheels, and I literally stop the traffic because, well, it's me. There is a great chance that I will be one of those Insta-famous athletes, rolling off on her front legs only. With my water-therapy in full progress, it's just a matter of time! Regarding bathroom training, I have incontinence, so I may need help with clean-up. I don't need to be expressed, but wiping up is needed for this lady. When I am chilling in the house, I prefer to have a drag-bag, just to not scratch up my skin. That's only until I am fully mobile on my front legs.



I do have a feisty personality and I am quite strong-willed. Some training and positive reinforcement will go a long way for me, since afterall, I am still a pup! I am curious, smart and I love to be mentally stimulated. And I do have a mind of my own. I will fetch when I want it. :D  Behavioral training has been helping me tons. But I do guarantee, that a life with me will be full of the most amazing moments. Nothing less than a firecracker life, with this firecracker! I will need dedicated time for my care, therapy and clean-ups. If you are ready for an extraordinary life with a true blue rescue, come and say hi! My adoption fee is $150 and that includes spaying/neutering, shots, and microchip. If you want to take me home, please fill out the form on the website here https://theanimalpad.org/adoption-application/


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Rescue

The Animal Pad - CA Chapter

Contact info
Pet ID
ps_29613531
Contact
Stephanie Nisan
Phone
Address
San Diego, CA 92103

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

We prioritize local San Diego applicants. We do not provide transport of dogs to other states, and don't allow the dogs to fly in the cargo of the plane. Our adoption process from start to finish, involves 3 standard forms, and 2 situational. All potential applicants must be capable of providing their adopted pet with routine and emergency veterinary care (yearly health checks, keeping vaccinations current, heartworm/flea preventatives, and immediate care in the event the animal is sick or injured). They are required to license their pet, and keep an identification tag on their pet at all times. All applicants must agree to a home check, and provide us with a veterinary reference, or personal references if you're a first-time pet owner. Our home checks are not to invade the privacy of the applicants, we do this to ensure the pet is going into a safe home. We do not discriminate against non-homeowners, or those living in apartments, condos, or otherwise. Our adoption fees vary from $150-1000. Applicants must agree in writing that if for any reason they are unable to keep or care for their pet, the pet will be surrendered back to our rescue and not re-homed, turned over to a shelter, pound, rescue, new owner, sold, etc. Adoption Application: https://theanimalpad.org/adoption-application/
We prioritize local San Diego applicants. We do not provide transport of dogs to other states, and don't allow the dogs to fly in the cargo of the plane. Our adoption process from start to finish, involves 3 standard forms, and 2 situational. All potential applicants must be capable of providing their adopted pet with routine and emergency veterinary care (yearly health checks, keeping vaccinations current, heartworm/flea preventatives, and immediate care in the event the animal is sick or injured). They are required to license their pet, and keep an identification tag on their pet at all times. All applicants must agree to a home check, and provide us with a veterinary reference, or personal references if you're a first-time pet owner. Our home checks are not to invade the privacy of the applicants, we do this to ensure the pet is going into a safe home. We do not discriminate against non-homeowners, or those living in apartments, condos, or otherwise. Our adoption fees vary from $150-1000. Applicants must agree in writing that if for any reason they are unable to keep or care for their pet, the pet will be surrendered back to our rescue and not re-homed, turned over to a shelter, pound, rescue, new owner, sold, etc. Adoption Application: https://theanimalpad.org/adoption-application/

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More about this rescue

Overview The Animal Pad is a nonprofit, all-breed dog rescue devoted to saving the lives of dogs facing euthanasia at high kill animal shelters and off the streets of Mexico. We rescue, rehabilitate, and re-home locally. We are dedicated to animal advocacy, and educating dog owners on the importance of spaying and neutering their pets. We are a foster based rescue, and rely heavily on the kindness and generosity of the amazing people who make donations toward the rescue and care of the dogs we save. We are always looking for adopters, fosters, donations, volunteers, etc.. Please let us know if you would like to get involved by contacting us at one of the email addresses found below. If you have any questions, comments, or are interested in marketing, advertising, partnership, sponsorship, or otherwise, please contact us at the email address below. info@theanimalpad.com
Overview The Animal Pad is a nonprofit, all-breed dog rescue devoted to saving the lives of dogs facing euthanasia at high kill animal shelters and off the streets of Mexico. We rescue, rehabilitate, and re-home locally. We are dedicated to animal advocacy, and educating dog owners on the importance of spaying and neutering their pets. We are a foster based rescue, and rely heavily on the kindness and generosity of the amazing people who make donations toward the rescue and care of the dogs we save. We are always looking for adopters, fosters, donations, volunteers, etc.. Please let us know if you would like to get involved by contacting us at one of the email addresses found below. If you have any questions, comments, or are interested in marketing, advertising, partnership, sponsorship, or otherwise, please contact us at the email address below. info@theanimalpad.com