The dogs listed below are up for adoption through Aussie Rescue SoCal. They may be in foster homes. Follow the specific contact information in the listing if interested in a dog that is listed. If there is no information listed for contact, use our Adoption Application to express interest. Please be sure to put the dogs name your interested in using the appropriate field.
Lovely sweet tolerant Katie. An Australian shepherd or mix, She was found at a noisy high kill shelter with one puppy. She has obviously been a mom several times and is now a little older. Probably 8 years or so she would like a nice home with loving people who will take care of her in a manner she truly deserves.
She is wonderful with children but would probably prefer a quieter home where she can take walks and be part of daily activities. Good with other dogs too. She rides well in the car and will go anywhere with you.
Aussie Rescue will spay her, she will also get a well deserved dental cleaning. She has all her shots and will be microchipped. Please contact Lesley at email@example.com
"CRUMPET" is probably a mix Australian shepherd but has a stump tail.
"BANDIT" is a Shepherdy mix neutered male, about 8 years old, that loves people! He is great with other dogs, all sizes, but a little too interested in cats to be trusted. He is a sweetheart that is looking for a loving home to call his own. He was rescued out of a high kill shelter after no one came for him or adopted him, the skin around his nose and eyes were a mess. We had him seen by the vet and was he was diagnosed with discoid lupus. He is currently on 2 different meds that run about $10 a month and has healed up beautifully, feels great and is still plenty active for his age. If you are interested in being this gem of a boy's forever home, please go to our Adoption Application and fill it out:
"MAZIE" is a 7 yr old Aussie x German Shepherd (best guess) spayed female that had been turned into
the shelter because her owner was no longer able to care for her...she ran out of time there so we bailed her out. Once we got her we realized that she had difficulty getting up. She clocked in at 88 pounds and her foster mom was able to get her down to 74 (could still stand to lose about another 8 pounds or so) and she was getting around better but still had some problems. So off she went to Dr Dhupa, our favorite orthopedist, for some X-rays. It was found at some point in her past she apparently had been hit by a car and had suffered severe pelvic trauma. Her right hip healed enough on it's own to be usable but her left was a mess and it continually luxated in and out:[ It was decided FHO surgery was her best option and she is now 4 weeks post op and doing wonderful and ready for adoption! Mazie is a delight, she is housebroken, great with other dogs, ignores the cats, and like most herding breeds, is a bit reserved at first meeting, but once warms up to you, is a lover:] She is housebroken, a low key girl that likes to meander around for her walks, with an occasional trot thrown in when she gets excited - and a tail that seldom stops if you are around. If you are interested in Miss Mazie, please fill out our Adoption Application. (Perris/Lake Elsinore area)