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Animals Rescued
Adoption process
1.

Submit Application

2.

Home Check

3.

Meet the Pet

4.

Sign Adoption Contract

5.

Pay Fee

1.

Submit Application

2.

Home Check

3.

Meet the Pet

4.

Sign Adoption Contract

5.

Pay Fee

Facts about me

Breed
German Shepherd Dog
Color
Black
Age
1 year 2 months old, Adult
Size
(When grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
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
Small blue checkmark Housetrained

My story

Applications are required PRIOR to meeting one of our animals and are used to set up a safe and successful adoption. Please don't be shy and answer the questions thoroughly.

PLEASE NOTE: WE DO NOT OWN A FACILITY. Our animals are in private foster homes. If you are interested in adopting one of our animals please fill out our online application. Or check our mobile adoption schedule on our home page.
Applications are required PRIOR to meeting one of our animals and are used to set up a safe and successful adoption. Please don't be shy and answer the questions thoroughly.

PLEASE NOTE: WE DO NOT OWN A FACILITY. Our animals are in private foster homes. If you are interested in adopting one of our animals please fill out our online application. Or check our mobile adoption schedule on our home page.
Rescue

Animals Rescued

Contact info
Pet ID
Contact
Phone
Address
Harbor City, CA 90710
Donation

Their adoption process

1.

Submit Application

Please Email us and request an application

2.

Home Check

Often we bring animal with us and can complete adoption this day.

3.

Meet the Pet

The whole process can take a day or more it all depends on the speed of adopter. We are all volunteers and do our best to help everyone.

4.

Sign Adoption Contract

There is a very strict adoption contract. We are looking for forever homes. You must accept all of the contract.

5.

Pay Fee

Fees vary. We use fees to pay for vet bills and animals that take longer to place or that came with illness or injury.

Additional adoption info

Application, Home Check, Fee (around 300-650) [because it generally costs us about 500 to bail a dog from a shelter, take it to a vet, clean it up and foster and care for it until it finds a permanent home], and finally the Contract. If you have questions about the fee... watch the HBO movie called DEALING DOGS. It shows how people STEAL dogs and sell them to a Class B Dealer who in turn sells them to schools and labs for horrific experiments. Experimenting on animals was once necessary but Doctors have said that it is no longer needed because our medicine is at a microscopic level and beyond... that the animal is just wasted. In another documentary I heard Doctors saying when they were in Med School animal testing was a joke because it was like just doing it because it was on the curriculum, rather than getting any real educational value from it. Also see the Beagle Freedom Project https://bfp.org/ (they are working on getting animals used in experiments released for adoption. They are killed merely because the experiment is over (or if used at a university - when the semester is over). Also see information and trailers about our movie about a girl who rescues animals, FREE to a Good Home www.fghmovie.com. My website is VERY out of date. Full time jobs and rescue on the side makes for creating these updates very difficult.
Application, Home Check, Fee (around 300-650) [because it generally costs us about 500 to bail a dog from a shelter, take it to a vet, clean it up and foster and care for it until it finds a permanent home], and finally the Contract. If you have questions about the fee... watch the HBO movie called DEALING DOGS. It shows how people STEAL dogs and sell them to a Class B Dealer who in turn sells them to schools and labs for horrific experiments. Experimenting on animals was once necessary but Doctors have said that it is no longer needed because our medicine is at a microscopic level and beyond... that the animal is just wasted. In another documentary I heard Doctors saying when they were in Med School animal testing was a joke because it was like just doing it because it was on the curriculum, rather than getting any real educational value from it. Also see the Beagle Freedom Project https://bfp.org/ (they are working on getting animals used in experiments released for adoption. They are killed merely because the experiment is over (or if used at a university - when the semester is over). Also see information and trailers about our movie about a girl who rescues animals, FREE to a Good Home www.fghmovie.com. My website is VERY out of date. Full time jobs and rescue on the side makes for creating these updates very difficult.

Go meet their pets

Varies. Please contact us for days and times. As we do not always attend adoption events. Since we generally work full time (and beyond) we often do adoptions individually as opposed to an adoption site at a pet supply store. This is especially true during COVID.
Varies. Please contact us for days and times. As we do not always attend adoption events. Since we generally work full time (and beyond) we often do adoptions individually as opposed to an adoption site at a pet supply store. This is especially true during COVID.

More about this rescue

We rescue because we have to. If you walk into a shelter you will know why. Go to fghmovie.com and click the animals rescued link - to see our recent rescue stories or watch the trailers. We filmed in the streets of LA and in the city shelters. Or the AdoptAPet link to see our adoptable pets.
We rescue because we have to. If you walk into a shelter you will know why. Go to fghmovie.com and click the animals rescued link - to see our recent rescue stories or watch the trailers. We filmed in the streets of LA and in the city shelters. Or the AdoptAPet link to see our adoptable pets.