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Dog-Specific Rescue Groups in Orange County, California

Ariel Rescue 
"Ariel Rescue saves all breeds of dogs by rescuing them from municipal 'kill' shelters and rehabilitating them for adoption. Dogs are 'bought out' from the shelter (yes - there is a fee sometimes over $100 even when it is rescue!) taken immediately to a veterinarian, groomed and given tender loving care. Most are frightened and emotionally traumatized but are higly resilient and trainable once in a safe environment. Ariel Rescue works with municpal shelters to help promote adoptions. We also participate in community programs providing veterinary services to animals in impoverished areas."  Dana Point
Cuddly Canines 
"We are limited to puppies, and of course, the mommies. If interested in any of these doggies, you MUST FIRST fill out an application before any questions are answered. We will get back to you as soon as we receive it."  
German Shepherd Rescue of Orange County 
"German Shepherd Rescue of Orange County (GSROC) is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization dedicated to rescuing, rehabilitating and re-homing purebred German Shepherd Dogs that have no where else to turn. We are an all volunteer organization with no paid staff. We are funded entirely by private donations and receive no government support. Dogs for adoption are housed in foster home situations and in private boarding facilities. Currently, we do not own our own kennel facility, but our dream is to have one some day so that we can eliminate the tremendous expense associated with boarding the dogs while they wait for their forever families.... Through a careful screening process, we place loving dogs into forever homes with compassionate individuals and families. We begin with an Application, which tells us more about an individual’s experience level, lifestyle, other pets, preferences, etc. so we can recommend dogs that best fit the home. Prospective adopters are encouraged to meet various dogs and to bring all family members and existing pets to meet the dogs they are interested in. Once 'the' dog has been selected, we perform a routine Home Visit to ensure the dog will be safe from any hazards, poisons, or dangerous situations. At this time, we advise the adopter if there are any repairs or corrections that need to be made prior to the dog coming home. Adopters pledge to love and care for the adopted dog throughout its entire lifetime. In the event an adopter is no longer able to care for a dog, we insist it come back into our rescue safety net for re-homing. Due to financial and logistical limitations, we do not place dogs outside of the Southern California area."  Newport Beach
Husky Camp is a Siberian Husky Rescue Group. It was founded by Jon and Charlotte "Chuck" Usle. The time and love they have given this breed has changed the lives of many huskies, not to mention a few people. Husky Camp's main site is nestled in the mountains in the West Cajon Valley CA. The goal of Husky Camp is to educate the public about the breed, make sure each dog rescued by our organization is brought back into good health and to find suitable forever homes for these delightful animals where they will be loved and cared for. Husky Camp spays and neuters each dog rescued before they are made available to our applicants. Each husky is current on shots and is also microchipped back to Husky Camp. Why do we register the microchip with our rescue? Because when we save a dog from death, we promise them forever--someone will always care where they are, and what happens to them. If they are impounded, we will notify the adoptive owner, and give them a reasonable time frame to go get the dog. If they do not we go get them and they become ours once again. Adoption events at Petco and PetsMart.  Wrightwood
Little Bow Wow Rescue 
"We Moved!!! Little Bow Wow Rescue is located in Anaheim -- on State College Blvd. We also have dogs being fostered in Whittier. Little Bow Wow thanks all of you for your support and donations. We are an all-volunteer/non-profit organization - 501 (c) (3). We exist solely from donations and our adoption fees. 100% of all funds is on the care of our rescued pets. All donations are tax deductible. "  Whittier
Little Dog Rescue 
"Although we consider ourselves a classic “Mom and Pop” operation, the government classifies us as a 501 (c)(3) non profit organization. We are a retired couple who, after 10 years of raising Guide Dogs for the visually impaired, have decided to rescue small dogs instead. We love dogs and we love to see them enhance a life. Our goals are two-fold. First, we want to save shelter dogs and secondly, we want your life to be improved by matching a wonderful dog to a safe, loving and caring family. No one should have to live without a little one, when there are so many in the shelters. "  Santa Ana
OC Pom Rescue 
"Organized efforts for Pomeranian rescue were initiated for the purpose of finding homes for those Pomeranians who are unable to stay in their original homes and for those who end up in shelters and pounds. All Pomeranians who are placed through rescue are spayed or neutered. Most 'rescued' Pomeranians are one year or older. Sometimes a young puppy is brought in, but this is a rare case. Dogs end up at rescue for a variety of reasons. Whatever the reasons, rescue will carefully evaluate the dog's physical and emotional condition and set out to find a home ideal to each individual dogs needs. "  
Orange Coast Bull Terrier Club 
"The character of the Bull Terrier is probably the outstanding feature which draws prospective owners to the breed. A typical Bull Terrier is active, interested, playful and clownish. It is also extremely attached to its owners or family. These all sound like attributes of the perfect dog, however there are drawbacks to these characteristics which do not suit every prospective owner or every situation. Thinking About Adopting A Bull Terrier? Orange Coast Bull Terrier Club members have been involved in the rescue of purebred Bull Terriers in the Southern California area for many years. These Bull Terriers are products of broken homes, shelter turn-ins or strays that have been picked up in the Southern California area. The Bull Terriers who are available for adoption through our rescue organization are spayed or neutered before being placed into their new homes. Their temperaments and medical conditions have been evaluated by experienced Bull Terrier owners who are also club members. These Bull Terriers are looking for loving homes and make wonderful pets."  
Pugs 'N Pals 
"Weight: 14 to 18 pounds (dog or bitch). Temperament: This is an even-tempered breed, exhibiting stability, playfulness, great charm, dignity, and an outgoing, loving disposition."
 Newport Beach
Samoyed Rescue of Southern California 
"Our Purpose is to rescue Samoyeds from the pounds and shelters, lost on the streets and to relocate unwanted Samoyeds for their owners."  
Save That Dog! 
"Welcome to Save That Dog! A non-profit organization dedicated to saving the lives of young shelter dogs of all breeds and sizes in Southern California. Hi! I am the founder of Save That Dog. My name is Janelle. Our goals at Save That Dog: 1. rescue wonderful dogs that everyone else has rejected 2. find loving homes for these sweet animals 3. grow into a big rescue group!!!... Our team of volunteers has been in the dog business for several years or more. When you adopt an animal you are guaranteed: 1. he/she is up to date on all important vaccines 2. well-tempered dogs with unique and great qualities 3. young adult dogs that have been neutered or spayed 4. a free vet visit with our sponsor vet...location TBA 5. free grooming with each purchase 6. our new dog goodie-bag (food samples, coupons, etc.) 7. many more things also...just ask!"  
Small Breed Rescue 
"We are a rescue organization centered in Orange County, CA. We have no kennel facility, our animals are in foster homes and part of someone's family until they find a home of their own. If you would like to meet a dog you see featured on our site please fill out the application and email it back to us..."  
Southern California Bouvier des Flandres Club, Inc 
"Southern California Bouvier des Flandres Club, Inc. is a not-for-profit club, formed in 1972." Club & Rescue operations.  
Southern California Labrador Retriever Rescue 
"Southern California Labrador Retriever Rescue, Inc., started in the beginning of 1998. We have grown from our initial seven members to over fifty people who work throughout southern California to assist Labrador Retrievers in need. We are nonprofit, and recognized under the Internal Revenue Code 501(c)3 as a charitable, tax exempt organization. All the money that we earn goes toward our mission of rehabilitating and rehoming Labrador Retrievers, and educating the public about these wonderful dogs."  Chatsworth
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