Updated JUNE 20th 8:21PM

EVERY DOG THAT IS LISTED WITH US AND PARTICIPATES HAS FOUND A HOME!

SAVE A LIFE!

Adopt A Dog From A Shelter!

ORANGE COUNTY ANIMAL CARE CENTER

Many dogs are killed there!

www.ocpetinfo.com




GET YOUR DOG A NEW HOME!

"Free" Listings On Our Web Site.

Your dog stays at Home, we screen your calls and a Match is Made! E-mail doghome@animalnetwork.org to  list your dog "free" on the web site.

* "Free" pet web listings exclude public adoption events. Our Pets-in-Public Showings get your pet a new home "faster." For "Public" adoption event scheduling call DiAnna for information. A one time $50.00 listing fee applies.

Below are the dogs we have available for adoption. Some come to our adoption events:
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PLACEMENT FEES INCLUDE 

Spay/Neuter, Rabies, DHLP vaccinations 

175.00 placement fee 

Purebred or Pure-Look DOGS $300.00 - $300.00

Rescue Dogs $ 175.00 Placement Fee

 

 

 

ADOPTED!!

Par 

 

ADOPTED!!

Boomer

 

 

DIXIE HAS BEEN ADOPTED!

 

Dixie

 

I FOUND A NEW HOME!

ADOPTED!!! 

FRANNIE

Grey Terrier Poodle Mix 

7 year old spayed female 

Reason Animal Is Being Given Up: Single parent family moving to no-pet housing.

Available For In-home Meeting

"Buddy" - Dalmatian

Buddy, neutered male Dalmatian. Date of birth: 4-27-96 
I have had Buddy since he was young, saved from an abusive situation when he was a pup.  He is very sensitive & loving, as Dalmatians are.  He would be a great dog for someone who can spend alot of time with him.  He needs someone who can give him alot of LOVE,  ATTENTION & EXERCISE!  Taking him for walks & runs that he loves!  Would be a better dog with training/obedience.  Gets along very well with some smaller dogs, but not well with other big dogs. (Does not do well with dogs at the dog parks).  He has been around cats  and  has adjusted to them with no problems.  Does best with adults, especially men.  Does better with older children, no so good with younger children... he is kind of snappy sometimes if approached the wrong way and may knock them down running by them.  He is 'potty trained', but has to be reminded once in a while to "go outside".  He is a inside/outdoor dog, likes to be in the house.  He is very afraid of thunder/lighting/rain and must be indoors during bad weather.  He does better inside the house.  Shots are current.  Has a problem with one ear that needs some medication at this time that can be cleared up.

Terri

2-4-05

E-MAIL wantdog@animalnetwork.orgABOUT THIS DOG

Step 1. List Dog's Name and Breed in your e-mail  "SUBJECT"

Step 2: Tell us about yourself / family, ages of kids in home and other animals. 

ADOPTED

"Odie"

DACHSHUND  MIX

7 year old Female Spayed

Oedy is described by the Orange County Animal Care Center as a seven year old female Dachshund mix. Anita recently adopted him into her family and unfortunately her German Shepherd will not accept her. Anita was heartbroken and so worried that sweet little Oedy would have to go back to the shelter. She was grateful to find that we could help promote Odey for adoption through our web site and public adoption events.  

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E-MAIL wantdog@animalnetwork.org ABOUT THIS DOG

Step 1. List Dog's Name and Breed in your e-mail  "SUBJECT"

Step 2: Tell us about yourself / family, ages of kids in home and other animals. 

 949.533.0411

ADOPTED

       

"CHOCOLATE"
Labrador Retriever

 Besides hunting dogs, Labrador Retriever’s are widely known for being great family dogs with gentle dispositions. Chocolate is no different, he loves everyone. Alexander and his wife have raised Chocolate and he is now six years old. Alexander says he is well trained and is very smart, but can’t spell, so Chocolate’s favorite things are communicated by being spelled out; like “w-a-l-k” and “t-r-e-a-t”.

Alexander has entered graduate school and moved into a smaller home since the kids left for college. He wants his companion and best friend Chocolate to have a family that has a back yard and the time to give which he can no longer provide.

 Chocolate will be available to meet potential new pet parents in their home, or families with dogs will be scheduled to meet in a neutral park location. Qualified pet parents please call 949.533.0411.  

E-MAIL ABOUT THIS DOG

wantdog@animalnetwork.org

Please tell us about your family, home and lifestyle

 


I FOUND A NEW HOME ON CHRISTMAS EVE!






"JACK"

SAMOYED CHOW MIX

I'M AVAILABLE!

 This Saturday could be very special for Jack the all white Samoyed Chow mix if he finds a home in time for Christmas. Jack’s Friend Tim (the Chihuahua mix) found a home fairly quickly because he was a small dog. But, because of housing restrictions and condos that support Ikea size furnishings big dogs have a hard time finding new homes here in Orange County .

 

We have dedicated ourselves to the local ministry of helping local animals and offered alternatives of the uncertainty of local shelters that kill. Community Animal Network’s most successful program supports the vet medical costs for local animals needing new homes.

 

If you would like to help support our rescue efforts; memo your tax-deductible donation; Rescue Operations”, tax ID 33-0971560 and mail to Community Animal Network, P.O. Box 8662 Newport Beach, CA, 92658.

 

E-MAIL ABOUT THESE DOGS!

wantdog@animalnetwork.org

Please tell us about your family, home and lifestyle

 

ADOPTED!

"Tim"

ADOPTED!

ADOPTED!

"BABY"

ADOPTED!

ADOPTED! 

"JUNE"

ADOPTED!

 

ADOPTED! 

"Ilio"

ADOPTED!

 

ADOPTED!

Poppy

ADOPTED!

ADOPTED!

Irene's Min-Pin

ADOPTED!

ADOPTED!

"Bisous"

ADOPTED!

ADOPTED!

"Dakota"

ADOPTED!

 

 

ADOPTED!

"Sunshine"

ADOPTED!

 

 

ADOPTED!

"Samantha"

ADOPTED!

ADOPTED!

"Mocha"

ADOPTED!

ADOPTED!

 

"Kona"

ADOPTED!

"Buster"

ADOPTED!

JUST FOR FUN!!

The Fashion Hounds 

Of Fashion Island, Newport Center

ADOPTED TOGETHER!

 

"Rusty & Lucky"

ADOPTED TOGETHER!

ADOPTED!

I Found A Nice Family So Fast That People Are Still Asking About Me! 

"Sheba"

ADOPTED!

 

To see more available dogs and cats view our "Local Shelters" Pages

SAVE A LIFE! ADOPT A LARGE DOG, MANY ARE DYING IN SHELTERS!

Or follow these links to other pet adoption services in SoCal:

BEST BREEDS

FOR ALLERGIC DOG- LOVERS

According to the 1998 AKC allergy info page the Basenji, Bedlington Terrier, Bichon Frise, Chinese Crested., Italian Greyhound, Kerry Blue Terrier, Maltese, Miniature Schnauzer, Poodle, Portuguese Water Dog and the Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier are the best for people that are allergic.

ACHOO! First off, there is no such thing as a hypoallergenic dog. There are strategies that can help the afflicted to cope. It's not the fur that allergy sufferers react to...exactly. Although the fur conveys the real offenders, the dander, the saliva and the urine which in turn carry the canine allergen. The eye reddening protein can stay aloft in the home or alight on the rugs and furniture. The AKC recommends that you visit an allergist. Bathe your dog every week or so (take care not to dry out your dog's skin). Have an allergy non-sufferer take the pooch outdoors for a good brushing. A good diet prevents the dog's hair loss and the accompanying dander loss. Make the bedroom off limits. Cover mattresses and cushions with plastic. Do what you can to keep surfaces clean. Air filters and purifiers help. Information provided by www.selectSmart.com

WANT A DOG??

E-mail: wantdog@animalnetwork.org

HOW TO PREPARE YOUR E-MAIL: In the e-mail subject put the breed-mix or size of dog OR the name and breed of the animal listed below. This makes it easy for me to file and locate your e-mail. (Remember most rescue dogs are adults not puppies. and most are medium to large in size, the small dogs are often older as when someone has passed away.)

 Dogs need to find a home to be happy in, so in the e-mail text body tell us about your home life and family. 

 Let us know the following: 

Name and contact Phone Numbers...  Children in the home? How old? How many? Do You Have Cats or other animals? Do you live in an home? or apt? Do you have a yard? or patio? Are you a work from home professional, or mom?  Do you jog or take your dog on outings?

FAST FACTS

WHY DOGS NEED A LOT OF HELP

1. Most dog owners "cannot afford the time" it takes to find their dog a new home. 2. Fewer homes are available because people are busier with less time to walk a dog. 3. People are often unwilling to provide "foster care" to dogs that have no behavior history. 4. Many believe shelter dogs have behavior problems and therefore are less likely to be adopted. 5. There are few veterinarians and boarding kennels willing to give animal organizations "free" or substantially discounted kennel space.< 6. There are more available large dogs and their lives are at risk at the shelters because the public is wanting small dogs. 7. Urban housing restricts the size of the animals in the home and apartments placing more dogs at risk. 8. Apartments are more strictly enforcing a "no pets" rule or "cats only" rule. There are fewer available homes for dogs. 9. Real Estate management companies simplify their property management by not allowing pets at all. 10. Private parties less frequently rent to dog owners.

We are continually updating our Pre-loved Pets listings, so please visit this page periodically to search our pets listings. Thank you for helping improve our community by seeking to adopt a Pre-loved pet!

If you would like to adopt any of the pre-loved pets listed above, please contact us at 949.759.3646. Please remember to give us your contact details.


Questions? Comments? Email: DiAnna@animalnetwork.org

Note!Always spay, neuter, microchip, collar and tag your pets.