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'A dog is the only thing on earth that loves you more than he loves himself.'

PACIFIC PUPS RESCUE

ADOPT

If you are interested in adopting one of our dogs, please send us a request. We will contact you shortly.

DONATE

Pacific Pups is funded soley on donations. All donations are tax deductible*, and are very appreciated.

FOSTER

Foster care training is provided for anyone interested in becoming a foster parent.

VOLUNTEERS

We welcome all volunteers who want to help to come participate at our adoption fairs.

Adoption Events

Saturday, November 5

12-3 pm

@

Tailwaggers

1929 N Bronson Ave, Hollywood 90068

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Sunday, December 4

12:30-3:30

@

Tailwaggers

1929 N Bronson Ave, Hollywood 90068

FIND YOUR BEST COMPANION

Dr Mantis Toboggan
Jack
Garth

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