Squeaky - 1 year old in-tact male (neuter scheduled for 2.6), Jack Russell/Chihuahua mix - ready for immediate adoption.

Squeaky, the runt of the litter, is a little over a year old and a complete love bug. This group of cuties are fast learners and with a little training will surely catch on to basic commands and advanced skills quickly! Squeaky has a heart murmur and will need to see a cardiologist. Squeaky, his litter mates and another litter, totaling 22 puppies, were dropped off in the middle of a cold night on the outskirts of a farm in Santa Clarita. Found the next morning, the puppies barely alive, were rushed to the hospital receiving care and another shot at life. Over the next year, the puppies were cared for and adopted out by the amazing people who found them. Squeaky is one of three puppies from the litter who needs his forever home.

The donation cost for Squeaky is $100.

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JoJo

JoJo - 1 year old in-tact male (scheduled for neuter on 2.6), Jack Russell/Chihuahua mix - ready for immediate adoption

JoJo is a little over a year old and a complete love bug, eager to please for attention. JoJo is also great with kids! JoJo has some territory issues around his foster mom and other dogs and has been known to randomly bark and go after other dogs that approach if they're in his space. With patience and training, we believe JoJo could live in harmony with any other dogs as he currently lives with his two other siblings, Squeaky and Monkey. This group of cuties are fast learners and with a little training will surely catch on to basic commands and advanced skills quickly! JoJo, his litter mates and another litter, totaling 22 puppies, were dropped off in the middle of a cold night on the outskirts of a farm in Santa Clarita. Found the next morning, the puppies barely alive, were rushed to the hospital receiving care and another shot at life. Over the next year, the puppies were cared for and adopted out by the amazing people who found them. JoJo is one of three puppies from the litter who needs his forever home.

The donation cost for JoJo is $100.

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Bella

Bella - 4 year old, spayed female, Cane Corso- ready for immediate adoption.

Bella has been in a loving home her whole life. In a very tragic turn of events, Bella's father, a close friend of the foundation's, was diagnosed with cancer in 2018 and needs to re-home his two dogs, Bella, and Bella's Brussels Griffon brother, Biggie so he can focus on his health.

Bella has a beautiful light grey/blue coat. Beautiful hazel amazingly clear and stunning eyes. Bella is very submissive and loving. She enjoys hanging out with the pack and has spent her life living with a small Brussels Griffon. Bella gets along well with big dogs but is a little intimidated upon first meeting them and will submit and roll over. She and loves being with people and shows adoring affection. She gets along well with other dogs and is doing great with her foster siblings which include terriers, a GSD and a mastiff. Bella is potty trained and knows basic commands. With a little consistent training she will be perfect on walks and leash. Bella will make a beautiful addition to any home!

The donation cost for Bella is $400.

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Clyde

CLYDE - 2 year old, neutered male, Neapolitan Mastiff ready for immediate adoption.

Clyde and his older sister Olive were brought in together to Harbor Shelter October of 2018 as strays. Micro-chipped with no return call or email from the registered owner, the dogs became available for adoption 7 days after impound. After a month of no interest, both dogs were transferred to East Valley shelter where we found them forlorn, in desperate need of cherry eye corrective surgery and severely malnourished. Olive having cherry eyes in both eyes and Clyde’s only in one eye, have since healed from their surgery and are ready for adoption.

Clyde is incredibly sweet, gentle and gets along with all dogs. Clyde is currently being fostered with small terriers and a GSD and there is nothing but harmony. He has learned how to play fetch from his foster GSD and seems to look to her for guidance on how to just be a dog. Clyde would thrive in a home with other dogs who could remind him on a daily basis what it’s like to be a dog. Clyde is potty trained, walks well on a leash and is working on basic commands. He understands how to “go to his bed” at bed time and “no” when he tries to get up on the couch. Clyde eats very well with the rest of his foster siblings showing no signs of food aggression when his foster mom is making dinner or even during dinner when everyone is eating. Clyde knows he eats last and waits very patiently for his turn to eat.

Unfortunately Clyde is afraid of and very shy around strange, new men. We believe he could have been abused by a man before he was brought to the shelter. Clyde can be around men but pulls away when they try to pet him. He responds very well to men who crouch down to his level as he will give them a curious sniff instead of trying to turn away. With proper training and socialization we believe this is something Clyde could over come very quickly. It took only a few short days for Clyde to really warm up to his foster Dad. After just two days, Clyde was letting his foster Dad give him kisses, take him out potty and feed him dinner with out batting an eye. We know with a little love, consistency and proper training in getting him acclimated to men, Clyde will make the most amazing addition!

While we would love to have them adopted together, they have been fostered in separate homes and we are confident in our findings over the past months neither dog shows any sign of stress with out each other or longing for the other. In fact, it seems Olive adores being an only dog, soaking up the love and attention she gets all to herself. Clyde has really blossomed into his own personality with out Olive overshadowing him for attention.

The donation cost for Clyde is $425.

The first photos are the latest of Clyde, post cherry eye surgery.

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Olive

Olive - 4 year old, spayed female, Neapolitan Mastiff is available for immediate adoption.

Olive and her younger brother Clyde were brought in together to Harbor Shelter October of 2018 as strays. Micro-chipped with no return call or email from the registered owner, the dogs became available for adoption 7 days after impound. After a month of no interest, both dogs were transferred to East Valley shelter where we found them forlorn, in desperate need of cherry eye corrective surgery and severely malnourished. During her cherry eye corrective surgery, Olive also had 5 broken teeth extracted as the vet believes they were broken from chewing on a metal fence her whole life. Olive having cherry eyes in both eyes and Clyde’s only in one eye, have since healed from their surgery and are ready for adoption.

Olive does show signs of aggression when other dogs except for Clyde, approach her. We believe Olive was used as some sort of guard dog explaining the broken teeth and aggression toward other dogs. With this, we believe Olive should be an only dog or adopted together with Clyde. We spoke to a trainer about Olive’s behavior and the trainer believes Olive is capable of living with another dog besides Clyde because of her relationship with Clyde. If this were to be the case, Olive would need someone willing to put in time, patience, structure and training to live with another dog besides Clyde. With that being said, Olive does great in public and often goes to the local coffee shops and restaurants close to her foster mom’s house and is non reactive to other dogs who do not approach her space.

Olive also is recovering from what seems to be an old ACL tear. Needing to be on daily, low-cost, anti-inflammatory and joint supplements for the rest of her life, Olive is responding incredibly well and the vet believes the injury will heal on its own. We would however like to note surgery down the line on her ACL could be a possibility.

Full of love and thriving off of attention, Olive leans into you when you pet her and is open and receiving to anyone who pets her and shows her love. She is an incredibly happy dog and is very eager to please for positive reinforcements of love and attention. Olive knows her basic commands, is potty trained and walks very well on a leash. She enjoys shorter walks, napping, car rides and is a great eater. Still a little underweight, Olive needs a forever home that will be open to feeding her high in “good” fats diet so she can be the weight she deserves to be.

While we would love to have them adopted together, they have been fostered in separate homes and we are confident in our findings over the past months neither dog shows any sign of stress with out each other or longing for the other. In fact, it seems Olive adores being an only dog, soaking up the love and attention she gets all to herself. Clyde has really blossomed into his own personality with out Olive overshadowing him for attention.

The donation fee for Olive is $500

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