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6 years old

59 lbs Shepherd/Corgi mix

Good with other dogs (with slow introductions)

Mellow & friendly

Gets along with all adults and ….

Male kitten born around 5/7/23

Medium hair and looks to be mixed with a tabby

Shy at first and needs someone patient who will also help socializ….

Female tabby kitten

Very shy and scared kitty – she needs patience and understanding as she warms up and settles in

She is fine being pet, but d….



9 lbs

6-10 years old

House trained

Walks well on leash

Cuddly, but let him come to you when hes ready

Independent, needs h….

Rhodesian Ridgeback mix

7 years old

71 lbs

Very affectionate and loving

Loves to cuddle and give kisses

Loves to play with toys, especi….

9 years old

11 lbs

Is wary of new people and is snappy. She gets better the more she knows you, but will still snap occasionally.

Needs a hom….

Foster care training and mentorship is provided for anyone who would like it

Being a foster based rescue, we rely solely on fosters in order to rescue our dogs.  The number of dogs we can save is directly based on the number of fosters we have.

Fostering is completely FREE. Pacific Pups Rescue provides food, crates/gates, all things medical, and all other necessities.

PPR provides training (in person and video), and has volunteers always in reach, should you have any questions while fostering.

Fostering may be a good fit for you if :

  • You want to help save dogs in a hands-on way
  • You want a dog but cannot commit to the long-term responsibility of having one
  • You would love to have a dog but cannot financially support one right now
  • You travel a lot, or want/can only care for a dog short-term
  • You or members of your household have never had a dog before, and want to have a “trail run” before committing long-term
  • You want to make a difference in multiple dogs’ lives