The dogs below are up for adoption through local rescues OR are available to be placed directly. Email for more information!

Introducing Bentley, the lovable German Shepherd!

Despite his rough past and a history of emotional neglect, and being roughly 2-years old, Bentley still has the playful spirit of a 6-month old puppy. He craves interaction and is more than deserving of a forever home who will love him unconditionally.

Bentley is neutered, potty trained, crate trained, and fully vaccinated. He would thrive in an active home with children 10 and up – no cats or small pets, please! Bentley loves playing fetch, roaming the backyard, and spending time with his people, but can also be left alone to chill without conflict. This goofy boy will definitely tug at your heartstrings, and will forever be deserving of some treats or a cuddle.

While Bentley is excitable, he does well both in the house and on leash. He’s making great strides in overcoming his dog reactivity with a combination of redirection and reinforcement. We strongly believe that with continued training, reactivity will no longer be an issue. To assist Bentley’s future family in investing in his growth, his adopters will receive 25% off their first training package with us!

If you’re interested in learning more about Bentley, or would like to schedule a meet & greet, please contact us at (619)393-8349. You can also pply to adopt Bentley through Furballs FURever Rescue. Bentley’s zest for life and endless tail wagging is sure to capture your heart and bring joy to every day.

Meet Cooper, the adorable Boxer/Shepherd mix!

Cooper found himself in our care after his previous owner struggled to meet his exercise & training needs. At just 8 months old he weighs a hefty 60lbs – he’s bound to be a large and lovable companion. Cooper loves learning and is incredibly eager to please. You’ll be impressed by his willingness to follow a food lure in any setting! With patient guidance through his puppy phases, Cooper has aced his basic obedience and is making excellent progress with leash training.

We believe Cooper will be ready for adoption at the end of September and would make an amazing service dog for an individual or veteran with PTSD. His potential should not be overlooked! We’ve started the foundations for in-public manners, sitting for greetings, and the paw command.

If you’re seeking an affectionate and devoted puppy who will get you out of bed every day, help you with day-to-day life, and rest at your feet at night, Cooper is your perfect match. Please reach out to us at (619)393-8349 for more information on service dog training, or to set up a meet & greet with this happy-go-lucky pup!