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Bridger

Male Senior Retriever (Unknown Type) (mixed)

6 years ago, Bridger was one of the last remaining dogs at the former Healdsburg Animal Shelter. When they closed their doors, GDRP took... show more

6 years ago, Bridger was one of the last remaining dogs at the former Healdsburg Animal Shelter. When they closed their doors, GDRP took the remaining dogs and vowed to keep them safe and hope to find them all a forever home. Bridger has remained at GDRP all these years, learning to love our volunteers, and live as a member of the pack... becoming somewhat of a resident. Although Bridger is not 'at risk', we believe that he deserves a loving home of his own if there is one out there willing to meet his very specific needs. He prefers to take his time getting to know you, and is clear about his dislike for strangers leaning over him and attempting to rub his inviting labrador head. He'd be most successful in a home that is relatively uneventful... children and company would be best scheduled for time when he could either remain secluded and secured in a separate room or back here for the day with his friends at GDRP. Some of us simply wish to live a solitary life... and Bridger is one of those spirits. If you are interested in Bridger, please contact GDRP directly at 707-433-4377 and ask to speak to Colleen. is years of age and weighs pounds. Come and meet @ Green Dog Rescue Project 10342 Old Redwood Hwy, Windsor, CA 95492 707-433-4377 Adoption fee is: $200 Adoption Hours: Wednesday by appointment Thur-Sat from noon-4PM www.greendogproject.org Learn more about our adoption process: http://www.greendogproject.org/adoptable-dogs.html show less

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Chip

Male Young Terriers (Small) (mixed)

CHIP and DALE!! This pair of boys have endured more than most should, and yet they continue to take small steps to finding both their co... show more

CHIP and DALE!! This pair of boys have endured more than most should, and yet they continue to take small steps to finding both their courage and trust in people. For reasons unknown to us, Chip and Dale were helped by a good samaritan after they were seen being thrown from a moving car out the window, while in a black trash bag. Carelessly discarded as though their lives were no more valuable than the garbage you put in your trash bin nightly. A witness to the event gathered the dogs and brought them to GDRP, but not before taking down the license number and reporting it! BRAVO. Chip is very leary of trusting people (and why wouldn't they be after such an ordeal?) however he continues to amaze us by taking baby steps regularly. Initially we preferred that these two be adopted together, but they have made so much progress and we believe they could be adopted separately now. Chip has been fostered for the past few weeks and is showing good progress. Still pretty nervous about petting/touching, but a joy to be around. He needs to be adopted to a home with another (preferably young and playful) dog as that helps his confidence. He loves racing around the yard with his buddies! This guy loves treats and LOTS of chicken... the quickest way to his heart and is through his tummy. show less