Pomeranian, Spaniel, Mixed
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Bobby was rescued from the Downey Shelter where he was so scared and fearful, the shelter said he was not available for public adoption due to being unsocial, but poor Bobby was just very misunderstood.  Bobby needs an adopter who is an experienced dog owner and must live in the Temecula/Wildomar/Murrieta/Lake Elsinore area because Bobby's adoption comes with 4-6 weeks of specialized training for the adopter.  Bobby was never handled or cared for by a person before, so he needs strict guidance on who is alpha and he needs rules and boundaries or he gets confused.  I tried for a year to work with Bobby, but it wasn't until he went to a specialized trainer/handler for 10 days that he truly flourished.  He is a completely different dog now and it was because I was doing everything wrong!  Bobby weighs about 12 pounds and is approximately 4-5 years old.  He is sweet and loves his belly rubs.  He loves his toys and walks and is housetrained.  He crates perfectly.  He likes both men and women equally.  Bobby needs to be an only dog or with another dog who is NOT an alpha (he likes to play with other dogs, but is very fearful of larger alpha dogs)and we do not want Bobby to be adopted into a family with children or who will have younger grandchildren coming around (although he seems to love children, they might grab at him or hurt him and he will nip in fright).  Bobby is very loyal, loves the outside and is a beautiful little dog that deserves a second chance at a happy life.  For more information, please call (951) 678-7497 or fill out an application at and we will get back to you as soon as we can.  Thank you for looking to adopt!  


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