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Code: BFT2022

Blair Park Pups   

In shelter Dog

San Bernardino, CA, 92407
Pet name:
Blair Park Pups
You can fill out an adoption application online on our official website.This sweet, calm, beautiful litter of 6 pups was abandoned in a park in San Bernardino in April at just 6-8 weeks old. A woman found them, took them home, and cared for them for several months. She did a great job of socializing them, and in July we took them into Cause for SB Paws.
See their video from the day we first met them to now. They are now apprx 5 mos old as of July 2022. When we say these babies are sweet, we mean SWEET! They are calm for pups -- although do need play and exercise and walks and all that fun pup stuff -- and oh so gorgeous. Each pup has a unique look - some look like Shepeherd mixes and a few look like Shep/Cattle dog mixes. Lily looks like a short, squatty Shepherd/Doxie/Basset with her stumpy legs. All are beautiful, affectionste and living, great with kids and other dogs, and will be wonderful companions for their future lucky families.
*Bryan is the only male - beautiful cream boy who loves water. Looks more Lab than the others. *Tink Tink is a small, sweet adorable black and brown beauty.*Bella is a lighter cream with beautiful black facial markings.*Chloe is said to be the one who saved them all by running up to her finder and leading her to the box of her littermates. She is smart and is always looking out for her siblings.*Carmella is quiet and loving & a stunning caramel color.*Lily is the fun-loving short one and the first to jump in the pool to swim laps!
Apply here and notate which dog youre applying for:
Cause for San Bernardino Paws


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