In shelter Dog

Los Angeles, California, United States
Bichon Frise, Terrier, Mixed
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6 year old neutered male Bichon/ Terrier mix. About 20 lbs.   A big welcome to our new boy Reilly. His owner passed away and the family could not take him.   Reilly is a great dog!  He's social with other dogs & cats, and good with children as well.  Leash trained, housetrained, and great in the car!  He passed his vet check with flying colors and also had a dental. So what's not to like??   He's waiting patiently for his new family.  BETTER HURRY!!!   If you're interested in Reilly, please complete an adoption application @  and click on   "ADOPT "  We will contact you for a meet & greet. NEW LOCATION! Adoptions are held every SATURDAY from 1PM – 4PM at the PETCO at 8161 BEVERLY BLVD at La Jolla (1/2 mile east of Beverly Center). Plenty of parking! For an application to foster or adopt, please email us at A home check is required before any placement. We do not place out of state or outside the greater LA area. WE WELCOME YOUR INQUIRIES. FOSTERS ARE ALWAYS NEEDED! For a weekend or a week or longer. We provide you with everything you need including food. You provide a safe, loving temporary home for a terrific dog. Follow Tails of the City Animal Rescue on Facebook for the very latest! NOW on Instagram! @tailsofthecityrescue  


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