Labradoodle Rescue & Goldendoodle Rescue
As Maltese Rescue California matures as a rescue group (we began official operations in September 2013 when our 501(c)3 charitable non-profit organization designation from the U.S. Internal Revenue…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Karen & Jackdoodle Feb 9.
Maltese Rescue California separated from the American Maltese Association Rescue because of some very basic differences in rescue philosophy, including our desire to help Maltese Mix dogs and to pull…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Kate Jan 12, 2014.
Due to some major differences in rescue philosophy (boy, that's a euphemism), Judy and I have separated from the American Maltese Association Rescue. We have banded together with other rescuers in…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Jacquie Yorke - DRC Director Oct 5, 2013.
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The niece of Charlie's Arizona Foster Mom traveled to California on Thursday and brought Charlie. I met Charlie in San Bernardino and brought him home. That saved me a trip to Arizona to pick him up and I am very grateful.
He's a very nice boy who has a problem with his left rear leg for which he has seen a vet in Arizona. …Continue
Please let your friends know about this commercial on the Academy Awards as so many people record shows to avoid the commercials. This little dog, probably Maltese/Terrier mix was rescued from the Devore, California Shelter in San Bernardino. This is definitely a high kill shelter.
This is a heartwarming story and hopefully will gain interest for rescue dogs...
BTW: The Westminster Kennel…
Hope For Paws has produced a YouTube Video on the rescue of Elmer and Elsie from a scrap metal yard in Compton California. Eldad Haggar and Lisa Arturo rescued these two dogs and Judy and I are fostering them.
The video has been viewed over 125,000 times in the two days it has been online.
It gives me a warm fuzzy feeling to watch this video with Elsie on my lap, Both dogs come when…Continue
I just received a very welcome email from Ken Haworth saying, "I hope you remember Coco, I love this dog!" It had a short video attached which I don't know how to attach. We had fostered Coco until that wonderful doodle was adopted by the Haworths...