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Found Dogs in California and Nevada:

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Northern California

None listed at this time

North Eastern California

Male, 2 years 8 months old, Black and White, Bi-Eyed eyes

Odin is Found Do you know me? "Odin" -- The dog has never been violent. He is a bit skittish around people but loves being around other dogs. He definitely needs some attention, I took this dog because the previous owner was going to put him in the pound. I don’t have time for him but I didn’t want to see him sit in a pound. This is why I am seeking help for him.
For more information call Joseph Stoffel at 209-373-0243, or email Jstoffel23@gmail.com
2019-11-19

San Francisco Bay Area

None listed at this time

Sacramento

Female, 10 months old, Red and White, Blue eyes

Unknown is Found Do you know me? "Unknown" -- Dog found running loose on highway frontage road, trying deparately to get into cars passing by, appears to have been dumped on the county frontage road- possibly stolen and released? In very good condition (teeth, coat, eyes and pads all look very healthy) but thin. Seems to have good temperament, but hyper. Appears unspayed. Appears fast learner when taken for leash walk. NO microchip. Front dewclaws present. Appears pure bred but I'm no expert. Dog will be surrendered to local Lincoln Street Animal shelter in Stockton CA and will be available for adoption if not claimed.
For more information call Camilla Watson at 209-451-0025, or email millascent@gmail.com
2019-11-03

Male, 7 months old, Black and White, Blue eyes

Cheese is Found Do you know me? "Cheese" -- Caught this gorgeous pup in Elk Grove, CA on September 29th in the evening hours, he has been roaming the streets for at least three days. He was initially extremely scared and tried to take off, but the cubed chicken and beef made him reconsider and we carried him home.
He has a good appetite, clean after a good bath and loves to talk. Initially could not take him out of the crate, but after a few days of nursing he is enjoying the walks, friendly toward large dogs and girls. He is more stand-offish with men and scared of adolescent males.
For more information call Aniko Bordelon at 916-529-1559, or email babacyd@gmail.com
2019-10-07

Central California

None listed at this time

Central Coast California

None listed at this time

Southern California

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Northern Nevada

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Southern Nevada

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Northern Oregon

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Southern Oregon

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