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My name is Daisy!
I'm being cared for by
My New Hope Foundation
Adoption process
1.

Visit the Facility and Find a Pet

2.

Submit Application

3.

Interview

4.

Meet the Pet

5.

Take the Pet Home

1.

Visit the Facility and Find a Pet

2.

Submit Application

3.

Interview

4.

Meet the Pet

5.

Take the Pet Home

Adoption application
Apply to Adopt

Facts about me

Breed
Mixed Breed (Small)
Color
White - with Tan, Yellow or Fawn
Age
8 years 1 month old, Adult
Size
(When grown) Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
Weight
Sex
Female
Pet ID

My info

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

My story

Daisy is the most loving girl. She just loves to be cuddled and take naps next to you. She is sweet with everyone and does good with other dogs. She also enjoys playing with her toys. Daisy has always been an inside dog she has always had a doggie door and is very familiar with it. We would love for her to get adopted with her brother Dobbie. They have been inseparable since birth.

For more information please contact:
Michele (619) 292-4229
Kayla (951) 217-4497
Daisy is the most loving girl. She just loves to be cuddled and take naps next to you. She is sweet with everyone and does good with other dogs. She also enjoys playing with her toys. Daisy has always been an inside dog she has always had a doggie door and is very familiar with it. We would love for her to get adopted with her brother Dobbie. They have been inseparable since birth.

For more information please contact:
Michele (619) 292-4229
Kayla (951) 217-4497
Rescue

My New Hope Foundation

Contact info
Pet ID
Contact
Email
Address
Murrieta, CA 92562

Their adoption process

1.

Visit the Facility and Find a Pet

2.

Submit Application

An application needs to be filled out.

3.

Interview

A phone interview with the President will be required. Then a face to face appointment with the pet and President will then be scheduled.

4.

Meet the Pet

A compatibility test will be given during the appointment in order to move forward to the fifth step.

5.

Take the Pet Home

Adoption.

Additional adoption info

We will meet you at PetSmart. You will fill out an application and once the President approves it you are able to take the rescue dog home on the same day.
We will meet you at PetSmart. You will fill out an application and once the President approves it you are able to take the rescue dog home on the same day.

Go meet their pets

We are only taking appointments at the moment due to safety measures taken during this pandemic. Thank you for your understanding. We are meeting at Petsmart, which we provide the address once we gather all the information needed for the adoption. To set up an appointment please contact: Michele (619) 292-4229
We are only taking appointments at the moment due to safety measures taken during this pandemic. Thank you for your understanding. We are meeting at Petsmart, which we provide the address once we gather all the information needed for the adoption. To set up an appointment please contact: Michele (619) 292-4229

More about this rescue

The Need for Accountability According to DoSomething.org, approximately 7.6 million companion animals enter animal shelters nationwide every year. Of those, approximately 3.9 million are dogs. In an article from AngloInfo, 45% of Mexican families own dogs. Unfortunately, there is a dark side to Mexico's 'love' of dogs. Of the country's total dog population, about 70% are homeless, either offspring of unsterilised dogs or abandoned by their owners. Mexico has the highest number of stray dogs in all Latin America and it's increasing by up to 20% every year. In Mexico City alone, over 1.2 million dogs are homeless, with thousands being rounded up and killed by electrocution every month. The education of pet ownership is broken or not understood fully. With these alarming statistics continuing to rise, there needs to be a convergence of human empathy and above all, accountability to understand pet ownership and what it entails. At My New Hope Foundation, we intend to bridge hope with all dogs that come into our care.
The Need for Accountability According to DoSomething.org, approximately 7.6 million companion animals enter animal shelters nationwide every year. Of those, approximately 3.9 million are dogs. In an article from AngloInfo, 45% of Mexican families own dogs. Unfortunately, there is a dark side to Mexico's 'love' of dogs. Of the country's total dog population, about 70% are homeless, either offspring of unsterilised dogs or abandoned by their owners. Mexico has the highest number of stray dogs in all Latin America and it's increasing by up to 20% every year. In Mexico City alone, over 1.2 million dogs are homeless, with thousands being rounded up and killed by electrocution every month. The education of pet ownership is broken or not understood fully. With these alarming statistics continuing to rise, there needs to be a convergence of human empathy and above all, accountability to understand pet ownership and what it entails. At My New Hope Foundation, we intend to bridge hope with all dogs that come into our care.