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Nobody's Perfekt Dogs
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Facts about me

Breed
Terrier (Unknown Type, Small)/Dachshund
Color
White
Age
2 years 11 months old, Young
Size
(When grown) Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
Weight
(Current) 16 lbs
Sex
Male
Pet ID
15527

My info

Small blue checkmark Good with dogs
Small blue checkmark Needs experienced adopter
Small blue checkmark Shots current
Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered
Small blue checkmark Housetrained

My story

Terrier Mix
Age: 2 yrs old
Male, neutered
16 lbs

Adoption Fee: $125 (includes spay/neuter, microchip, vaccinations)

Flash was confiscated by Hayward Animal Control along with nine other dogs from a hoarding situation. Everyone lived in a single hotel room. All of the dogs were related (puppies having puppies . . . ). Four of the dogs were fixed and returned to the owner, while the other six were left at the shelter. None of them were deemed “adoptable” and no other rescue group would take any of them, so Nobody’s Perfekt Dogs pulled all six into multiple foster homes. Flash has struggled in his new environment.

Our understanding was that having 10 related, unfixed dogs in a small place generated a lot of squabbling, which then led to their confiscation. Flash seems to be still affected by that. He lives in a foster home with lots of dogs, but it is a much bigger environment, and the dogs are more “stable.” However, Flash can feel threatened by a dog he perceives as alpha, and he may then start a ruckus. He is getting better, but only under the guidance of a strong human pack leader. He has bonded well with one of his foster dads, but is intimidated by the “pack leader dad” and tends to avoid him (unless it is dinner time . . . ). Flash may do better as the only dog in the home, but at the same time, he would not do well left alone. One of the other confiscated dogs also lives in the same foster home. She is less social, but may be a good fit as an adoption partner.

Flash needs a home with an experienced adopter that can help him feel secure by being a strong pack leader.

Please note that we don’t adopt any of our dogs out to homes with children under the age of 13.

For more information about Flash, contact:
nobodysperfektdogs@gmail.com
Terrier Mix
Age: 2 yrs old
Male, neutered
16 lbs

Adoption Fee: $125 (includes spay/neuter, microchip, vaccinations)

Flash was confiscated by Hayward Animal Control along with nine other dogs from a hoarding situation. Everyone lived in a single hotel room. All of the dogs were related (puppies having puppies . . . ). Four of the dogs were fixed and returned to the owner, while the other six were left at the shelter. None of them were deemed “adoptable” and no other rescue group would take any of them, so Nobody’s Perfekt Dogs pulled all six into multiple foster homes. Flash has struggled in his new environment.

Our understanding was that having 10 related, unfixed dogs in a small place generated a lot of squabbling, which then led to their confiscation. Flash seems to be still affected by that. He lives in a foster home with lots of dogs, but it is a much bigger environment, and the dogs are more “stable.” However, Flash can feel threatened by a dog he perceives as alpha, and he may then start a ruckus. He is getting better, but only under the guidance of a strong human pack leader. He has bonded well with one of his foster dads, but is intimidated by the “pack leader dad” and tends to avoid him (unless it is dinner time . . . ). Flash may do better as the only dog in the home, but at the same time, he would not do well left alone. One of the other confiscated dogs also lives in the same foster home. She is less social, but may be a good fit as an adoption partner.

Flash needs a home with an experienced adopter that can help him feel secure by being a strong pack leader.

Please note that we don’t adopt any of our dogs out to homes with children under the age of 13.

For more information about Flash, contact:
nobodysperfektdogs@gmail.com
Rescue

Nobody's Perfekt Dogs

Contact info
Pet ID
15527
Contact
Phone
Address
San Leandro, CA 94578

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

We specialize in "hard to place dogs" due to their breed, age, minor behavioral or medical conditions. We strive to keep our fees reasonable ($125), and we have sponsorship funds to help with fees, if needed. After the application is approved, the prospective adopter must take the dog on a trial-basis "sleepover" for a few days, before finalizing the adoption. We require landlord approval if the applicant is renting their living space. We only do adoptions in San Francisco Bay Area and surrounding regions. We DO NOT adopt to families with children under the age of 13.
We specialize in "hard to place dogs" due to their breed, age, minor behavioral or medical conditions. We strive to keep our fees reasonable ($125), and we have sponsorship funds to help with fees, if needed. After the application is approved, the prospective adopter must take the dog on a trial-basis "sleepover" for a few days, before finalizing the adoption. We require landlord approval if the applicant is renting their living space. We only do adoptions in San Francisco Bay Area and surrounding regions. We DO NOT adopt to families with children under the age of 13.

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San Leandro, CA Bayfair Mall Shopping Center Saturday and Sunday afternoons from noon to 4:00 PM
San Leandro, CA Bayfair Mall Shopping Center Saturday and Sunday afternoons from noon to 4:00 PM

More about this rescue

We specialize in finding homes for dogs where “imperfection” is tolerated in exchange for a lifetime of love and devotion. Our foster dogs have been discarded by the people they once trusted, only to find themselves in a shelter with no other options. We want them to have a second chance to receive the love and care they deserve.
We specialize in finding homes for dogs where “imperfection” is tolerated in exchange for a lifetime of love and devotion. Our foster dogs have been discarded by the people they once trusted, only to find themselves in a shelter with no other options. We want them to have a second chance to receive the love and care they deserve.