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In shelter Dog

San Bernardino, CA, 92408
Pet name:
Yellow / Tan / Blond / Fawn
Before reading the story of the dog, this is to invite you to our adoption event next Saturday (October 01, 2022) at the PetSmart in Fullerton starting at 01:00 PM. The event will feature these dogs and several other dogs for adoption. You are invited to stop by and see if there is a dog you are interested in adopting. 


Coconut and his siblings were rescued from Compton, CA. They were relinquished from a family who had a pug mix male and a pug/chihuahua female that were not spayed/neutered. The female dog gave birth to 4 puppies. The family who owned them received a warning from their landlord that they have too many dogs. Therefore, they rushed to surrender them to the rescue in order to avoid potential problems with the landlord. 

During their stay at the rescue, the puppies received up-to-date shots of vaccines and up-to-date boosters. They were dewormed and received flea & tick prevention medication. The puppies are not of age to be sterilized yet, the adopter must sign a sterility agreement with the rescue and agree to sterilize them by 6 months of age. 

Behavioral-wise, all 4 of the puppies are super playful. They love to play with each other and with other dogs. They are going to be small in size when fully grown. They are not fully potty trained yet as they are still young.

If you think that any of the puppies matches your criteria in a dog, please consider giving them a home. 

Please submit your application through the following link

Looking forward to assisting you at our adoption event.


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