One of our greatest pleasures in the dog rescue world is helping people find a canine companion that is a good match for them. We love getting photos and updates from our adopters! We are often amazed at the positive changes that occur when a dog finds the right forever home. Recent happy placements have…
Finally there is a release date, November 5 of this year! In Finch, a man, a robot and a dog form an unlikely family in a post-apocalyptic world as the man tries to ensure that his beloved canine companion will be cared for after he’s gone. Definitely something dog-lovers can relate to.
Just this past week we were able to reunite a very friendly and well-loved dog with his family. In addition, they took us up on our offer to get him neutered and delivered their boy to the vets at the scheduled day and time.
Here are two dogs that know nothing of pandemics but could use little help to make their tomorrows brighter. Maybe you have a spot for one of them in your life.
This week we have a couple of very playful pups! Both Taz and Muttley would love to join a home with another friendly dog or alternatively, with owners that would provide opportunities for dog social time for them.
If you would like more information about adopting or fostering these dogs, please contact the Humboldt County Animal Shelter at (707) 840-9132 or email Redwood Pals Rescue at [email protected]
For more information about adopting or fostering, please contact Redwood Pals Rescue by voicemail at (707) 633-8842 or email at [email protected]
Two Chihuahua mixes that are currently in our care are Stanley and Abby. Stanley has left the shelter and is in a foster home and Abby is still at the shelter and looking for a foster or a permanent family.
Summer holidays are here and the living is easy, unless it is the Fourth of July and you are a cat or a dog. The Fourth and the days before and after can be a pretty traumatic time for your pets. It’s always a good idea to review a few safety tips about now. The…
By the time you are reading this, Humboldt will be starting to return to normal, whatever that means. In dog and cat news, it means that the shelter will be returning to pre-COVID hours and will now be open until 7 p.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Appointments are still required to meet the adoptable animals.…