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We are very proud of our hundreds of successful adoptions, and the many happy families that have returned to adopt from us again, and again, over the years.

Here are photos of some of our adopted kids. You can search by dog or family name.

Tater Tot

Tater Tot was adopted by Alexa and James in Walnut Creek.

Hello. I am new to Redding, coming from a shelter in Martinez, CA. I know there is no accounting for taste, and I know now that goes for picking out a name for your four legged friends as well. Someone named me “Tater Tot”, and it stuck! What is wrong with people? Well, no sense going into that right now because I don’t have that much time. Back to my name. I’m not sure why someone thought it was a good choice, but I guess the color might be close. If someone thought my shape resembled a tater tot, I would have to be offended-I am not that round! I am a young girl-a beautiful fawn brushcoat. I am very fun loving and outgoing. I love attention and most other dogs. I have been here long enough to have been spayed and have my eyes done. If you’re thinking of adding a new member to your family, I just might be the girl for you. After all, who doesn’t love tater tots??????

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Tater Tot

Hello. I am new to Redding, coming from a shelter in Martinez, CA. I know there is no accounting for taste, and I know now that goes for picking out a name for your four legged friends as well. Someone named me “Tater Tot”, and it stuck! What is wrong with people? Well, no sense going into that right now because I don’t have that much time. Back to my name. I’m not sure why someone thought it was a good choice, but I guess the color might be close. If someone thought my shape resembled a tater tot, I would have to be offended-I am not that round! I am a young girl-a beautiful fawn brushcoat. I am very fun loving and outgoing. I love attention and most other dogs. I have been here long enough to have been spayed and have my eyes done. If you’re thinking of adding a new member to your family, I just might be the girl for you. After all, who doesn’t love tater tots??????

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Rollie

Rollie was adopted by Cheryl in Redding.

My name is Rollie, and I thought I had better update you on my new status
here at the rescue. As you might remember, I came into the rescue with my
companion, Ronnie. Sadly, recently Ronnie passed away due to natural causes
which leaves me on my own. When I got here, I really didn't think I could
make it on my own without Ronnie, but I am adjusting to my new situation and
doing ok. Right now I am in boarding and training for two weeks just so I
will get to know some basic commands and have some manners. Mind you, I was
never a "bad" dog, I just get excited to see people and want to show my
enthusiasm by jumping up and kissing everyone because I love people. I
guess some people don't find that particularly endearing so I am trying to
contain myself around new people. I guess it's better to wait for the
kissing until I get to know people better, but I just have so much love to
give that I want to show it right away! I get along with other dogs, and
it's thought that I am some sort of Cocker Spaniel mix. I don't really
think what I am matters. What matters is that I can make some lucky family
very happy-you just have to like kisses!

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Rollie's Guardians Angels

Caroline Strongman
Jennifer Funk
Toni Arrington
Kendra Davis
Sandie Silveria
Jamie Pfister
Jamie Pfister
Kathy Allred
Kathy Allred

Liberty

Liberty has been adopted by Sean and Lawrence and will be calling Portland, OR, home.

Greetings everyone. I have been in this rescue once already. I was placed in a home about six years ago with a wonderful couple who loved me dearly. They spent all of their time with me, and I was very spoiled by them. They had Shar Pei before, but they said I was the funniest one they had ever had, and I kept them laughing. About two years ago my “dad” was diagnosed with terminal cancer, and all of our lives changed forever. There were many new people in and out of our house, and my “mom” had to spend a lot of time with Smitty at his medical appointments. Unfortunately, Smitty died last year, and our lives were turned upside down again. The house we had lived in had to be sold, and we moved into an apartment. I really didn’t mind as long as I could be with my mom. That went well for a time, and then we had to find a place that was not quite so expensive. Throughout these moves, my mom always found a place where I could go with her-I loved her even more for that because she loved me so much.



Throughout all these changes, I was always a good girl and grateful for the home I had. I tried to let my mom know how much I loved her, but I guess it just wasn’t enough, and she seems to have given up the will to live without her Smitty. She is now in an assisted living facility, and although I could live there with her, she is not physically able to care for me. The only photo she keeps by her bed is of me, so I know how hard it was for her to call my foster parents to see if they would take me back and try to find me a new home where I could once again be loved and cared for. Sometimes bad things really do happen to good people and good dogs.



I will tell you about myself to see if you might be a good fit for me. I am about seven years old now and very healthy. I guess I could stand to lose a few pounds, but I do love my food! I love humans, but I would prefer to be an only dog. I am good natured and loving, and I really like to play with my toys. I know I can make you laugh, and with the world as it is, we can all use a good laugh. If you have room in your heart and home for me, please get in touch with my foster parents here in Redding. Nothing would make me happier than to let my “mom” know that I am once again being spoiled in a loving home. I am sure it would help put her mind as ease as I am her only “family”.

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Noah

Noah was adopted by Brandy and Steve in Sacramento.


I am another new resident here in Redding. I must say it is much hotter
than where I came from, that being Southern CA. Same old story, I'm another
stray with no form of ID, and no one looking for me, so I ended up in this
rescue. I guess I should count my lucky stars that I am not in a shelter
where the outcome might not have been as good for me. My name is Noah, and
I'm sure you can tell from the photo that I am not 100% Shar Pei. I have
been neutered and had surgery on my eyes. Even though I am not all Pei, I
did need entropion surgery. Dr. Larry thinks I might be a Goldenpei, and
that sounds pretty good to me. I get along with other dogs but have no
experience with kitties. I'm not a big guy-about 40 pounds. I think that's
just about perfect, not too big and not too small. I'm just an average guy,
with better than average looks looking for love in, what I hope to be, all
the right places. Better not wait too long or I'll be spoken for...

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Noah's Guardians Angels

Pete Pensa
Greg and Becky Wong and Family
Kevin Lock and Family
Pat Bernstein and Family
Suzanne Bunthawong and Family
Quincy and Mary Lock
Michael Fong and Family
David Fong
Reynolds Family
 
Anna and Rich, I like the picture of me, Mom and Dad got me new boots this year, my Lab brother Cody doesn't need them. Say Hi to my old friends, MiLi (Millie)

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