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My name is
Fred And Ethel!

Posted 1 year ago | Updated 1 day ago

My basic info

Breed
Pomeranian
Color
Red/Golden/Orange/Chestnut
Age
Senior
Size
Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less (when grown)
Weight
Sex
Pet ID
18430016

My details

Checkmark in teal circle Purebred
Checkmark in teal circle Shots current
Checkmark in teal circle Spayed / Neutered

My story

Here's what the humans have to say about me:

Meet Fred and Ethel (fka A2042495 and A2042493) rescued from North Central Services.

They’re both around 11 years young and Ethel, is 9.75 lb but has large mammary masses and Fred is 8.7 lb.


Both have dental diseases, geriatric, orthopedic, and more that we will take care of ASAP.

We are currently taking donations to help offset the medical cost.

March 3, 2024, 5:47 am
Rescue
Southern California Pomeranian Rescue - Irvine

Contact info

Pet ID
18430016
Contact
Phone
Address
14252 Culver Dr., Suite A, 281, Irvine, CA 92604

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

We require an application followed by a home visit and contract. Then an adoption fee is placed and the dog/puppy can go home. We require spay/neuter, current vaccines, and a microchip before the dog can be released.

Adoption application

Go meet their pets

They are viewable by appointment only. They are placed with foster parents while in our care and due to this we must schedule a time to pick them up for viewing.

More about this rescue

Southern California Pomeranian Rescue
The Southern California Pomeranian Rescue, also known as SCPR and So Cal Pom Rescue, is a group of compassionate volunteers dedicated to rescuing abused and abandoned Pomeranians. The Southern California Pomeranian Rescue does not have a shelter and relies on a small group of volunteers to foster the Pomeranians until they can find a FURever home for them. Without these dedicated volunteers many of the Pomeranians they rescued from kill shelters and the streets would be killed. The mission of the Southern California Pomeranian Rescue is to save as many Pomeranians as they can from abandonment and euthanasia.
Every rescued pomeranian has a story. Some are found on the streets cold, starving, and injured, others are relinquished by their owners because they no longer have the means to care for them, and many are saved from euthanasia from kill shelters. Fortunately, because of the Southern California Pomeranian Rescue these dogs won’t be among the thousands that are abandoned, abused, and euthanized every day.

Southern California Pomeranian Rescue is a non-profit 501 (c) (3) organization. As a non-profit, they rely on the generosity of dog lovers to assist them in continuing their mission of saving dogs in need. Every dollar raised provides care, medical services, and an opportunity for an animal to have a second chance at a new and wonderful life.

The Southern California Pomeranian Rescue is always in need of…

Dog Food and Supplies – Crates, leashes, harnesses, collars, toys, blankets, food, and dog bowls.

The one thing the Southern California Pomerania Rescue needs the most is loving, compassionate people to give these beautiful animals a FURever home. To adopt a pomeranian, make a donation or volunteer, please visit the Southern California Pomerania Rescue website at http://www.southerncaliforniapomeranianrescue.org

Southern California Pomeranian Rescue Links:
Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/socalpomrescue
Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/SoCalPomRescue
YouTube - http://www.youtube.com/user/SoCalPomRescue

All of the Pomeranians that we take in are screened for behavioral issues and health problems prior to permanent placement with their new mommies and daddies. Behavioral screening means that we check to see if they get along with kids, the elderly, cats, dogs, and other animals. It also entails checking to see if they nip, are scared of fast movement, are jumpy, don't like to be touched in certain ways, chew excessively, etc. Medical screening means that we have them dewormed, current on vaccines, free of parasites and communicable disease, are treated for pre-existing conditions, and declared healthy within manageable limits.