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Pet Club

5625 Snell Ave
San Jose, California
95123

Saturday, August 26, 2017 - 12PM to 3PM

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If you see a dog on our website before the next scheduled Pet Fair, PLEASE CALL THE NUMBER LISTED IN THE DOG'S DESCRIPTION to make a private appointment with the foster home to discuss your adoption options.

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Dogs Currently Available for Adoption
Updated August 17, 2017
 

Daisy
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DAISY

6+ Year Old Female

SHIH TZU

Special Needs

Daisy arrived at the shelter in quite a disastrous state! What little hair she had was matted; her ears stunk bad enough to knock you over; her eyes were cloudy and crusted over; several teeth are missing; she was so covered in fleas, her skin was bright red from irritation and infection. To add insult to injury, the vet found a polyp in one of Daisy’s ears - yikes!

The pictures show Daisy’s progression from arriving in the shelter, getting her first bath/haircut, and then after about 3 weeks of care in her foster home. We’re thrilled to report that Daisy is responding beautifully to medicated baths, ear rinse and drops, antibiotics, and eye drops. She is definitely feeling much better, and is showing us her full-on adorable and sassy personality.

Daisy still needs a few more weeks of care before the vet will declare her ready for adoption. She is already spayed, but we need to raise money for her current treatment as well as eventual surgery to have the ear polyp removed and have her teeth cleaned. The estimate range is $950 to $1200! Please help with your tax-deductible donation so Daisy can get the surgery she needs to make her ready for adoption. This Paypal button will take no fees, so 100% of your donation will go straight to Daisy’s vet bill. Thank you so much!

If you’d like to inquire about adopting Daisy when she’s ready, please call 408-590-0948.

At the Shelter.
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At the Shelter.

After a Bath
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After a Bath

After 3 Weeks
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After 3 Weeks

Benny
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BENNY

4 Year Old Male

LHASA APSO

Benny is 18 lbs of pure Lhasa at its finest! He is friendly but not demonstrative. He is a spirited boy who is devoted to his personal human(s). He is wary of strangers at first meeting but warms up before too long and is a great watchdog! Benny is currently fostered with 3 female dogs and, while he does fine with other dogs, he has enough of "Lhasa-tude" to where he really should be the only dog. Benny did great for his grooming and rides beautifully perched on a passenger's lap while in the car. Benny also knows how to sit up like a prairie dog! He can be mouthy, but has exhibited good bite inhibition. For this reason, he will be placed in an adult-only household. Benny would make a great road companion for a traveling couple. I have fostered for over 15 years and have never seen a dog so enjoy his car rides!

Fostered in Hayward, CA - Adopt by appointment only.

For more information, please call:

510-816-0954


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Peanut
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PEANUT

3 Month Old Male

TERRIER MIX

Little Peanut was found with his sister Olive in a box behind a store. He is expected to be under 10 lbs when he's fully grown. He's spunky, active and playful. He will do well with dogs, cats and children as long as he's not going to get eaten or squished. Please be prepared to discuss your chosen method of housebreaking and which obedience classes you plan to attend.

For more information, please call:

408-375-1787

Olive
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OLIVE

3 Month Old Female

TERRIER MIX

Little Olive was found with her brother Peanut in a box behind a store. She is expected to be around 10 lbs when she's fully grown. She's spunky, active and playful. She will do well with dogs, cats and children as long as she's not going to get eaten or squished. Please be prepared to discuss your chosen method of housebreaking and which obedience classes you plan to attend.

For more information, please call:

408-375-1787

Puppies
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PUPPIES

11 Weeks Old

TERRIER MIX

These babies are as sweet as can be. They came to us covered in fleas and ticks after being dumped. They love to be held and cuddled and to play with each other. There are 3 girls and 1 boy left. They will be about 10lbs when fully grown. They have been spayed, neutered vaccinated and microchipped. No toddlers please.

For more information, please call:

408-859-0867

The 3 Females Puppies.
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The 3 Females Puppies.

The Male Puppy.
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The Male Puppy.

Big Ben
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BIG BEN

2 Year Old Male

SAINT BERNARD/GREAT PYRENEES MIX

Ben is a very thin 80 lbs and is expected to be about 120 lbs when he's done filling out. He was fantastic for his bath and is good at riding in the car. He is super friendly - gets along with other dogs and should do well with kids. He would do best in a home without cats. Ben enjoys hanging out with people both inside and out. He is gentle and walks fairly well on leash. He can be stubborn and use size to his advantage when he doesn't want to go somewhere. Ben is not very drooly or overly barky.

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adoptarescuedog@aol.com

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Floyd
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FLOYD

8 Month Old Male

GERMAN SHEPHERD

Floyd is currently 45 lbs and is expected to be around 55-65 lbs when full grown. He is leash trained and knows "sit" and "place" but make no mistake - he's got energy to burn. This dog is wicked smart and needs an adopter who enjoys obedience training, which will give Floyd mental exercise as well as physical. Floyd gets along with dogs big and small, but is likely too much for cats. He rides well in the car and is not a problem barker. He is not a big leg-lifter, but is too young to be trusted loose in the house by himself. Experience with this or a similar breed is a plus.

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Duncan
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DUNCAN

8 Month Old Male

AMERICAN BULLDOG

Duncan is currently 50 lbs and is expected to weigh about 70-80 lbs when fully grown.He is responsive to obedience training and already knows sit, how to walk on leash, and uses a dog door at his foster home. However, Duncan will need an adopter who will commit to taking him to obedience training because he is smart and will take advantage if he thinks he can get away with something. He loves attention from people and is generally outgoing. He plays well with other dogs and is fine with children. He is a bit too much for cats. Duncan is crate trained and is generally quiet. (He will let you know when you're late with his meals.) He is currently on a prescription dog food (about $70/mo) to correct urinary crystals. He is doing great on it and will need follow up veterinary care to see if/when he can transition to a regular diet. We will send his current supply of food with his adopters.

Fostered in Hayward, CA - Adopt by appointment only.

For more information, please call:

510-816-0954

Shelby
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SHELBY

2 Year Old Female

GREYHOUND

Shelby came to us with five other dogs that were confiscated from their owner for severe neglect. The dogs were fed sufficiently but were kept outdoors in a filthy, muddy pit with a makeshift lean-to for shelter. They were hugely infested with fleas and other parasites and had not received veterinary care - even for a broken leg in one case. In spite of Shelby's rough start, her initial reservation turns to her being affectionate, bouncy and loving attention from people. Because Shelby was not kept as a pet, she did not get formal obedience training but has shown she is a quick learner. She is crate trained, walks on a leash and is learning what it’s like to live indoors – on a soft, warm bed for the first time.

Shelby's adopter will need to be knowledgeable and experienced with sight hounds. She will need a home without small animals, including cats, rabbits, birds, etc. She should do fine with a medium or large dog. Shelby is now parasite-free, spayed, microchipped and current on vaccinations. She weighs 71 pounds.

Fostered in Hayward, CA - Adopt by appointment only.

For more information, please call:

510-816-0954

Zoey
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ZOEY

8 Month Old Female

UNKNOWN

Zoey is a typical, well adjusted young dog. Her true breed is unknown but looks lab/boxer/dalmatian, she has the cutest under bite. She is playful, outgoing and friendly. She is housebroken and loves to play with other dogs. She can get very playful and might be too much for a smaller dog. Zoey knows some basic commands and has a great start in life, is well behaved in the house, a great passenger in the car and for the most part quite mellow for an 8 month old puppy. She could use some formal obedience classes to bond with her new family and continue her learning. She walks well on a leash and knows sit. She should be fine with older children (no toddlers) she is still a puppy that jumps and plays. She seems to be ok with cats but may chase them if given the opportunity. Zoey is up to date on vaccinations and microchipped. Adoption fee: $200.00

I Was Adopted! x

Theo
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THEO

1.5 Year Old Male

TIBETAN TERRIER/LHASA APSO MIX

Theo is fully grown at about 13 lbs. He was fantastic for grooming and is a sweet dog all-around. Theo is crate trained and walks on leash. He appears to be housebroken, but we have not given that a thorough test. He is playful, but not hyper, and should be fine with other dogs, cats and respectful children. Theo's coat will need frequent brushing/combing and will need to be tended to by a groomer on at least a monthly basis to keep him from getting matted. Please note that he does shed slightly so would probably not be ideal for those who are allergic to dogs. Come meet him at our pet fair Saturday.

I Was Adopted! x

Caddy
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CADDY

8 Month Old Male

LHASA APSO MIX

Caddy is fully grown at about 11 lbs. We're not sure about his breed mix, but he was great for grooming and is very sweet, albeit shy. Caddy is crate trained and may be housebroken. (We have not given the housebreaking part a thorough test.) He is playful, but not hyper, and should be fine with other dogs, cats and respectful children. Caddy's coat will need frequent brushing/combing and will need to be tended to by a groomer on at least a monthly basis to keep him from getting matted. Please note that he does shed slightly so would probably not be ideal for those who are allergic to dogs. Come meet him at our pet fair Saturday.

I Was Adopted! x

Butternut
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BUTTERNUT

5+ Year Old Male

CHIHUAHUA

Butternut is fully grown at about 8 lbs. He is pretty much a lover and a lap dog and really wants to follow you everywhere. He is good with cats and other small dogs but a bit too delicate for small children. He enjoys walks but really enjoys being carried. He would love to sit in a lap or on your chest - the closer the better. He was not happy with his bath but really enjoyed the towel drying and frankly does not do much to get dirty! He is using a dog door and seems to have it down but I would suggest supervision at first.. He is crate trained and rides well in the car, loves a car seat where he can see out. Loud noises make him jump so this gentleman would probably prefer a less hectic household. He is neutered and up to date on his shots.

I Was Adopted! x

Goldie
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GOLDIE

6 Year Old Female

GREYHOUND

Goldie is fully grown at about 75 lbs. She loves to get attention from people and will be fine with respectful children. Goldie is crate trained, walks on a leash and appears to be housebroken. She is good for grooming and is generally quiet. She is nervous in new situations - her adopter will need to be prepared for, and be patient with, some mild whining and pacing until Goldie settles in. She is fine with other dogs, but does not like to be jumped on. She will not be placed in a home with cats. Goldie is flea-free, spayed, microchipped and current on vaccinations. She weighs 77 pounds.

I Was Adopted! x

Noah
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NOAH

5 Months Old Male

AMERICAN BULLDOG/GREAT DANE? MIX

We don't know his exact mix, but Noah is barely 5 months old and is still very much a baby at 60 lbs! He is expected to be 100+ pounds when he's done growing. Noah is a quick learner, and is not in the habit of using his weight to his advantage. He is crate trained, knows "sit" and will walk/pull on leash, but he still needs to go to obedience school. Noah loves to wrestle paws-on with any dog that will have him. If there is another dog in your household, she will need to be agreeable to that level of play. He is not ideal for a household with cats as he will bark and chase them if allowed. Children should be OK as long as they're tall enough for their faces to clear Noah's wagging tail. Noah is neutered, vaccinated, de-flea'd, dewormed, and microchipped. The adoption fee is $350

I Was Adopted! x

Cirie
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CIRIE

3 Years Old Female

SHIH TZU

Cirie is fully grown at 10 lbs. She is quiet, sweet, playful and just the cutest thing! She was great for her bath and haircut (thank you Jama of TRIM in Los Gatos) and rides well in the car. She is crate trained, walks well on leash and appears to be housebroken. Cirie gets along with other dogs, but does not care for being accosted by them - even if it is in the interest of play. Cats and respectful children are fine. She is spayed, flea-free, dewormed, groomed, vaccinated and microchipped. The adoption fee is $350

I Was Adopted! x

Everest
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EVEREST

4 Months Old

AMERICAN ESKIMO MIX

Special Needs

Please help this special needs puppy! Everest is a little 4 month old mixed-breed puppy who was found in the woods trying to walk on his back legs because both of his front legs were badly broken. One leg had the bone poking through the skin and was unable to be saved. The other leg has been saved, and we are counting on the generosity of dog lovers like you to help out with his vet bill. All donations are tax-deductible.

See Everest's full story and updates at https://www.gofundme.com/sbpr-everest. Please feel free to share his story on social media (see us on Facebook under South Bay Purebred Rescue).

I Was Adopted! x

This is the
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This is the "good" leg.

Just after surgery.
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Just after surgery.

Perking up with some recovery.
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Perking up with some recovery.

  • Available dogs change rapidly. This page will be updated at least weekly and more often as needed. Not all available dogs will have pictures.

  • Our dogs are available for adoption by appointment (call the number listed with the dog's picture for an appointment) through our foster homes, and at our weekly Pet Fairs.

  • Although our primary focus is purebred dogs, we will have mixed breed dogs available as foster space permits.

  • All dogs are spayed / neutered (no exceptions) and have all shots updated. They have been vet checked, wormed, and necessary treatments have been started. You will receive any medications they may currently need. Each dog has been groomed. You also receive a free vet examination.

  • We are funded solely by adoption fees and private donations sent by people like you who care about our dogs.
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If you would like to make a donation to help with medical expenses for any of our dogs we would greatly appreciate it. Our rescue efforts would not be possible with out the support and generosity of the many friends of rescue who like to participate and help these furry kids.

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To sponsor any dog on this page, click the donation button under the dog's picture and be sure to write the dog's name in the comments section of the PayPal form. As always, all donations are fully tax deductable. Thanks for your support.

A Very Special 'Thank You' to the following people who have generously donated to SBPR

Elsie F.
Melinda & Stephen G.
Michael & Shana Y
Donna Ferrari
Glenn Visgitus
Keith & Ellen Cooper
Patricia Linder (for Amalie)

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Why are there only a few dogs on this site and
most of them are adopted already?

Many of the dogs we get are not ready for adoption right away. Only dogs that are ready will go up on the website. If the dog becomes ready for adoption just before a Pet Fair, it will probably be adopted from the Pet Fair before it ever makes it to the website. Often people will call us looking for a specific breed and we will place the dog with them before it ever makes it to the website. Our foster homes work full time outside of the home and have families to care for. Often we just don't have the time to get a picture and a description up on the web rapidly but we do try.  So watch the web, call us, and come to the Pet Fairs. You have to be actively searching for a dog while we do our best to save them from the shelters and make them ready for you to find. As soon as the webmaster is notified that a dog is ready or has been adopted, the website will be updated.