Given the current COVID-19 climate and the “Safer at Home” initiative for California, below are procedures that have been put into place that we believe will help protect our community of volunteers, our partners in shelters and veterinary hospitals, and potential adopters. We understand that there are situations where rescuing a dog cannot be postponed so we will try to help as much as we can while maintaining safety precautions for all. The below procedures and guidelines will be amended as needed in order to abide by public safety and health recommendations.
Adoption Applications and Home Visits: All home visits are suspended at this time. If you have already submitted an adoption application and are awaiting a home visit, we ask for your patience and promise we will reach out to you as soon as it makes sense.
Adoptions: Adoption meetings are suspended at this time. We understand it is vitally important to adopt dogs into their forever homes; adoptions ultimately help us fulfill our mission to re-home dogs and also create space for us to bring new dogs into the rescue. Therefore, we will continue to collect new adoption applications online, but there will not be a follow up at this time.
Foster Applications: We are happy and appreciative to receive applications to foster with us! However, any new foster application will only receive a follow up when we have a specific need.