Begin training your dog immediately after you bring him or her home from one of the San Diego pet rescues. It’s important to lay the groundwork for appropriate pet training in this initial phase. This will help to reduce the development of bad habits.
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Daisie Lhasa Apso / Shih Tzu / Mixed (medium coat) Adult Female
We hope to see you and your newly adopted pet soon at The Animal Keeper. Contact your preferred The Animal Keeper location in the San Diego area for more information about our pet services or if you have any questions about any of the San Diego pet rescues.
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In the extended furry family that is a San Diego-based rescue, rehab and sanctuary organization - hard cases are transformed into happy stories. And in the glass-half-full world of Synergy director Carla Naden, the burden of caring for a special-needs pet becomes the wet-nosed gift that refuses to stop giving.Unfortunately we do not have the resources to take owner surrenders into our program. However, through a partnership with AdoptaPet, they will list your spay/neutered pet for rehoming with 100% of the rehoming donation to be donated to Pit Bull Rescue San Diego to continue to help homeless pets in our area. San Diego Bully Rescue dba Pit Bull Rescue San Diego is devoted to rescuing, rehabilitating and rehoming pit bulls in San Diego area shelters and educating the public on responsible pet ownership.There are dozens of homeless rabbits throughout San Diego County awaiting permanent homes. Before buying from a , swap meet, or pet store, please consider adopting from your local or humane society, or from a rabbit rescue organization. Many rabbits are euthanized at shelters annually! By adopting a rescued/ homeless rabbit, you truly are saving a life. In fact, you may be saving many lives because rabbits adopted from shelters, humane societies, and rescue organizations usually are spayed and neutered already, so they cannot create more homeless bunnies.