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In shelter Dog

Agoura Hills, California, 91301
Pet name:
South Russian Ovcharka, Saint Bernard, Mixed
Brown, Chocolate with White
Coat length:
Meet Mishka!  He is an adorable loving 2 year old that was rescued from Moscow, Russia. He was dumped in Abkhazia in the country of Georgia, where they burn the dogs alive to euthanize them. We have rescuers on the ground there that save some of these incredible dogs, and transport them to safety near Moscow until we can get a flight.  Mishka is one of the extreme lucky ones. In Russia and outlying countries their hope for a home or long term survival is very dismal.   The situation in Russia is pure desperation and the virus has made it even more extremely challenging to save these precious dogs.  On June 30th, his dreams come true, and he arrives to Los Angeles and to LIFE to now search for a new future and a life he once only dreamed possible.  Mishka is a happy wonderful sweet boy who is ready for his new chance.  He gets along great with other dogs and cats.  He is a gentle sweet boy.. Our adoption fee is $600 which helps just a little to offset some of the tremendous costs to get him here.  He is neutered, microchipped, and vaccinated.  If you are interested in adopting, please go to our website and fill out an online application form.




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