Please keep in mind that SHF does not allow our dogs to travel on third party transports, nor do we allow our dogs to fly in cargo. We do allow out of state adoptions, however the adopter must fly/drive in and then drive back with the adoptee. While these restrictions may rule out many families, I must do what I feel is in the best interest of these precious souls. If you’re too far away or don’t have the time or funds to fly, don’t forget that your best friend could be waiting for you at your local shelter or rescue.
It took me awhile to find the perfect home for Azul. He is nearly completely blind and very shy, so it was important to me that he was placed in an understanding and patient home; somewhere that he would be appreciated for being the amazing and special boy that he is.
In what can only be described as one of the happiest moments of my life, my dear friend Laura, who happens to be SHF Alumni, Vixen’s momma, reached out and asked if she could offer Azul his forever home. I was so thrilled as Vixen has just blossomed while living with Laura and River (her adorable little boy).
Congratulations Neville on finding your forever home!
It took awhile, but we finally found the solution to Neville’s skin condition. This little guy has never been anything but incredibly sweet, which made it exceptionally hard to part with him.
We wish Neville and his new momma the absolute best that life has to offer.
Congratulation Andra on finding your forever home
Andra has been adopted by a wonderful family. She will share her new home and family with SHF Alumni Jack and Medea.
We wish you the very best Andra. Thanks for stopping by the Ranch.
The tale of a pirate pup named Pete
After King’s passing in March (I have yet to do a proper post bc I was so depressed), we said we would keep our dog count at 2, but a friend’s stray dog post rekindled the flame. On 5/18 my brother showed me this picture of “River” and on 5/29 he was home with us as Pete (named by his foster mom; decided to keep it).
Congratulations to our girl Honey!
Honey was adopted by my dear friend and SHF volunteer Sherry (Sherry runs the Wildomar chapter of Huey’s Heroes Reading Program)!
Honey, now known as Remi, is loving her new life, and I couldn’t be happier for her.
Best wishes on your happily ever after Honey. Thanks for stopping by the Ranch.
Congratulations Charlotte, on finding your forever family!
What an unbelievable honor it has been to work with Charlotte and to watch her blossom. From the day she walked into the Ranch, to the day she walked out, Charlotte has been absolutely amazing. Our hearts are a bit heavy without her, but we know that she deserves a family of her own. Best wishes Charlotte and thanks for stopping by the Ranch.
Our sweet little Cindy Lou has found her forever home. I couldn’t be happier for this adorable tiny princess and her new daddy. You can follow Cindy Lou on her new Instagram page @cindycinnamonstrudellou.
Click the link below to read her story
I am happy to report that Boo has found his forever home. This little guy was such an easy boy to work with. He got along with everyone, and made me happy on my worst days. Boo will be fairly local, so I hope to see him often. Thanks for stopping by the Ranch Boo, it was a pleasure.
Click the link below to read Boo's story
Finishing off our adoption updates, is Black Jack!! For those who have followed us over the past year, you may recall Barnaby. He was a young pup being completely neglected. He “lived” at the property that we were looking at moving the Ranch to. We didn’t get the property, but we did get Barnaby! Barnaby, (now Boone) was adopted by my good friend and has a wonderful life living up in the mountains with his big brother Bronx. Their family wasn’t quite complete, so his momma reached out looking to adopt a small senior. Black Jack (now Bowie) was adopted and the rest is history. The three brothers go on hikes daily and are loving and living life to the fullest.
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