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My name is Miss Pear!
I'm being cared for by
Throw Me A Bone Dog Rescue
Adoption process
1.

Submit Application

2.

Meet the Pet

3.

Take the Pet Home

Adoption application
Apply to Adopt

Facts about me

Breed
Cavalier King Charles Spaniel/Rat Terrier
Color
White - with Red, Golden, Orange or Chestnut
Age
2 years 2 months old, Young
Size
(When grown) Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
Weight
(Current) 12 lbs
Sex
Female
Pet ID
120999

My info

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

My story

"What underbite?!? I don't have an underbite!" said Miss Pear emphatically. This underbite along with her coloring, extremely soft fur, and one of her offspring having longer actual Cavalier hair, lead us to believe we have the mix of this cutie down right.

Miss Pear came to us pregnant and ready to pop. She delivered and raised four sweet babes and is now looking for a family of her own. Pear is sweetness and fun in a two-year-old, twelve pound canine package. She seriously loves humans and dogs of ALL sizes, and has been great with the cats she's met. She is a good alarm if there is any reason she thinks you should be alerted but is otherwise very quiet. She also enjoys down time in her crate and will sleep there contentedly through the night. Leashes are a touch new to her but with more practice she will forget the tether as she does enjoy a walk.

If you are looking for a small and portable love bug then you need to meet Miss Pear. Please go to throwmeabonedogrescue.org/adoption-process to apply.
"What underbite?!? I don't have an underbite!" said Miss Pear emphatically. This underbite along with her coloring, extremely soft fur, and one of her offspring having longer actual Cavalier hair, lead us to believe we have the mix of this cutie down right.

Miss Pear came to us pregnant and ready to pop. She delivered and raised four sweet babes and is now looking for a family of her own. Pear is sweetness and fun in a two-year-old, twelve pound canine package. She seriously loves humans and dogs of ALL sizes, and has been great with the cats she's met. She is a good alarm if there is any reason she thinks you should be alerted but is otherwise very quiet. She also enjoys down time in her crate and will sleep there contentedly through the night. Leashes are a touch new to her but with more practice she will forget the tether as she does enjoy a walk.

If you are looking for a small and portable love bug then you need to meet Miss Pear. Please go to throwmeabonedogrescue.org/adoption-process to apply.
Rescue

Throw Me A Bone Dog Rescue

Contact info
Pet ID
120999
Contact
Phone
Address
Oakley, CA 94561
Donation

Their adoption process

1.

Submit Application

Go to the Adoption Process page of our website, throwmeabonedogrescue.org.

2.

Meet the Pet

3.

Take the Pet Home

Additional adoption info

Our adoptions start with an application in which we learn a little more about you in order to make sure you and the dog/s you are interested in are a great match. We also ask that you provide pictures of your yard and any areas you plan on keeping a dog, making sure you show us your fence line. Many dogs are suitable for apartments, condos and town homes, just be sure you provide pictures of your patio/balcony and the fencing/railing. You will also need to provide written proof that you have permission to have a dog if you live in a rental property. If you are a great match and would like to adopt a dog, you will be asked to make a non-refundable cash donation for that animal. Expect the donation to be between $350 and $500. It is tax deductible and helps cover the cost of at least one vet check, spay/neuter surgery, vaccinations/other treatments and microchip, and it helps us continue to rescue these valuable souls. As we are run entirely by volunteers, and all of our volunteers work or attend school/college full-time, email is the best way to reach us. We try to respond within the same day but it may take a bit longer depending on our schedules. After you have submitted the application and pictures, we will review all your information and ask any additional questions we may have. If it all looks good, we will work on setting up an appointment with you to come meet the dog/s you are interested in. When coming to your appointment, out of common courtesy, please be on time, or let us know if you will be late or won't be able to make the appointment at all - we are all volunteers and give up family and personal time for you to meet the dog/s. Be sure to bring cash for the stated donation. And lastly, if you and the dog are a great fit, be prepared to bring the dog home with you that day or we won't be able to complete the adoption. Please be aware that: Unless a dog has a proven history with children, our policy is not to adopt to families with children under the age of five, with the rare exception provided additional information. We do not necessarily adopt our dogs to the first potential adopter to meet them, but strive to adopt based on best fit. No matter how qualified you may be, we do not hold dogs for potential adopters who cannot come meet them in a timely manner. One dog adopted to a great home means we have room in our foster homes for another to be rescued.
Our adoptions start with an application in which we learn a little more about you in order to make sure you and the dog/s you are interested in are a great match. We also ask that you provide pictures of your yard and any areas you plan on keeping a dog, making sure you show us your fence line. Many dogs are suitable for apartments, condos and town homes, just be sure you provide pictures of your patio/balcony and the fencing/railing. You will also need to provide written proof that you have permission to have a dog if you live in a rental property. If you are a great match and would like to adopt a dog, you will be asked to make a non-refundable cash donation for that animal. Expect the donation to be between $350 and $500. It is tax deductible and helps cover the cost of at least one vet check, spay/neuter surgery, vaccinations/other treatments and microchip, and it helps us continue to rescue these valuable souls. As we are run entirely by volunteers, and all of our volunteers work or attend school/college full-time, email is the best way to reach us. We try to respond within the same day but it may take a bit longer depending on our schedules. After you have submitted the application and pictures, we will review all your information and ask any additional questions we may have. If it all looks good, we will work on setting up an appointment with you to come meet the dog/s you are interested in. When coming to your appointment, out of common courtesy, please be on time, or let us know if you will be late or won't be able to make the appointment at all - we are all volunteers and give up family and personal time for you to meet the dog/s. Be sure to bring cash for the stated donation. And lastly, if you and the dog are a great fit, be prepared to bring the dog home with you that day or we won't be able to complete the adoption. Please be aware that: Unless a dog has a proven history with children, our policy is not to adopt to families with children under the age of five, with the rare exception provided additional information. We do not necessarily adopt our dogs to the first potential adopter to meet them, but strive to adopt based on best fit. No matter how qualified you may be, we do not hold dogs for potential adopters who cannot come meet them in a timely manner. One dog adopted to a great home means we have room in our foster homes for another to be rescued.

Go meet their pets

Dogs are fostered in our homes and in order to meet one, presently, you need to be pre-approved (through your application and photos) to make an appointment to meet the dog/s with the dog foster at an agreed upon time and location. DO NOT go to the PMB address in Oakley as that is simply our mail box. Rather, wait to receive the address of the foster home of the dog you are going to meet.
Dogs are fostered in our homes and in order to meet one, presently, you need to be pre-approved (through your application and photos) to make an appointment to meet the dog/s with the dog foster at an agreed upon time and location. DO NOT go to the PMB address in Oakley as that is simply our mail box. Rather, wait to receive the address of the foster home of the dog you are going to meet.

More about this rescue

Throw Me A Bone Dog Rescue is a small group of volunteers who with a passion for rescuing, fostering and finding new families for homeless dogs. Our focus is saving dogs that are in danger of euthanasia at shelters, though we do occasionally accept dogs from private owners so that they do not enter the shelter system.
Throw Me A Bone Dog Rescue is a small group of volunteers who with a passion for rescuing, fostering and finding new families for homeless dogs. Our focus is saving dogs that are in danger of euthanasia at shelters, though we do occasionally accept dogs from private owners so that they do not enter the shelter system.

Other pets at this rescue

There are currently no additional pets at this rescue. Please check back later!