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Pet name:
Italian Greyhound, Poodle, Mixed
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PLEASE READ THE ENTIRE DESCRIPTION  IF THE DOG IS POSTED HERE THEY ARE STILL AVAILABLE. We understand you are excited to adopt a new fur family rescue, however, we are a small rescue so please no calls. All the information we have for this animal is in this description please read the entire description.

If you want more information please email us at and we will try to respond.  We do not adopt out-of-state. We do not adopt to homes with children under the age of 10 years old. You must live within 1.5 hours of Vallejo. We do require a home check (no exceptions), We try to match each animal with the best fit for the animal.  Our adoption fees are not negotiable.  we do not have a facility we are foster-based and we are not a first come first serve rescue 

If you are interested in potentially adopting please review our adoption process (do not skip to the application without reading or we will reject your application) and application on our website at 

If you are looking to adopt we will not be selecting adopters until they have been fully vaccinated, microchipped, and spay/neutered. She is adorable and a cuddler she has received his first vaccination, microchip, and dewormer around July 1st. If you can foster she is available for foster to adopt once she receives her second puppy vaccine at 15 weeks, around June 5, 2021 This means if you are interested in adopting one of the puppies you would be allowed to foster beginning after their 2nd vaccination her or him until they were fully vetted, vaccinated, microchipped, and spayed or neutered.  The rescue would pay for all medical and food, etc., and once the puppy was fully vetted you would adopt the puppy officially.  Their foster says all the puppies are funny, friendly, love people, and are working on their potty training. The puppies currently range in weight from 2.7 to 4.3 pounds we guestimate they will be under 10 pounds when fully grown.   We do not have any back information on them.   


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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