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My name is Destiny!

Facts about me

Pit Bull Terrier
(When grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Pet ID

My info

Small red x Not good with dogs
Small red x Not good with cats
Small blue checkmark Shots current
Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered
Small blue checkmark Housetrained

My story

We saved Destiny from the San Bernardino shelter about 4 years ago. She was adopted by a wonderful woman who loved her and gave her a good home. Unfortunately, Destiny now finds herself back with us as her mom passed away a few months ago. She was sad at first, but she is finally coming out of it and is ready to find her next forever home.

Destiny is great with people -- she will love everyone. She enjoys her walks and is also happy to just chill in the shade. She will learn to get along with some dogs, but she would probably prefer to be the only dog in her family.

Please come meet Destiny. She is a sweet girl who just wants love.

Home Free Animal Rescue & Sanctuary - CA

Contact info
Pet ID
Vickie Soto Martinez
20302 Riverside Dr, Newport Beach, CA 92660

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

We require an adoption application be filled out, along with an adoption agreement once the applicant is approved to adopt a particular animal. We also require a $200 adoption fee.

Go meet their pets

We have a facility in Newport Beach, CA. Please contact us to arrange to meet any dog or cat you like. We will also have periodic adoption events which will be announced on our website and our Facebook page. Some of our dogs are in foster homes in other areas.

More about this rescue

Home Free is a 501c3 tax exempt organization located in Newport Beach, CA. Our goals are quite simple: to save as many animals as possible from being killed in America’s shelters. More than 9000 animals are killed every day, which equates to more than 4 million each year. This is an atrocious number. If we all work together and do our part, this number can eventually be reduced to zero.

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