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Bibi

Female Puppy Labrador Retriever Terrier Mixed (mixed) Medium

Meet sweet Bibi. Bibi and her siblings came to us from Mexicali and quickly her two brothers became sick with parvo. Luckily Bibi and he... show more

Meet sweet Bibi. Bibi and her siblings came to us from Mexicali and quickly her two brothers became sick with parvo. Luckily Bibi and her sister have continued to be healthy, and the boys are on the road to recovery. At 12 weeks old Bibi is ready to find her forever family and start her training. This adorable pit bull/lab mix is completely deaf but that doesn't stop her. She loves playing with her toys and her human and canine foster brothers. She is a perfect mix of puppy energy and nap the afternoon away. She can be mouthy but corrects easily and even does well with the 1 year old toddler in her foster home. She is almost crate trained, working on potty training, and her foster mom is starting to work on leash walking. Bibi has learned sit, how to make eye contact for treats and at meal time, and she is working on come, all through hand signals! She is very smart and food motivated so training her is easy and fun! She is curious, fearless, and loves people and dogs. She does like to bark at the cat in her foster home so she might not be great with a cat in her forever home. If you have experience with a deaf dog, or you are up for the challenge of training Bibi through hand signals please fill out an application on our website and her adoption coordinator will be in contact. show less

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Pickles

Male Labrador Retriever Pit Bull Terrier Mixed (mixed) Large

Pickles was found wandering by himself in a municipal garbage dump in Mexicali at just 10 weeks old. We don’t know his exact breed, he l... show more

Pickles was found wandering by himself in a municipal garbage dump in Mexicali at just 10 weeks old. We don’t know his exact breed, he looks a bit Dalmatian, a bit Pit Bull Terrier, a bit Lab, so we can expect him to be anywhere between a medium to a large size dog. What we do know from his foster family is that Pickles has a very sweet and friendly nature; he is truly a great dog all around. He loves to meet and play with all humans and dogs and to cuddle with his foster family. He also does well with young children and cats. He loves to wrestle with his foster canine brother many times a day but also enjoys exploring on his own and taking naps. Pickles is also clever and obedient! He mastered potty training in just a few days and learned to sit, give paw and stay. He is very food oriented and loves to learn new tricks to get his treats! He loves to please and therefore he is easily redirected if he nibbles or chews something he shouldn’t. He enjoys going on walks and is doing well learning not to pull on his leash. He is crate trained, sleeps all night and even lets his foster family sleep until 9-10 am in the weekends! Bottom line he is a great dog and we can’t wait to find him a great forever family! If you would like to meet Pickles please fill out an application at www.TheRescuedDog.org and his adoption coordinator will be in touch. show less

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Tia

Female Puppy Labrador Retriever Shepherd Mixed (mixed) Large

Are you looking for a loving and adorable puppy to join your pack? Meet Tia, a sweet and special girl who came to TRD through a fellow r... show more

Are you looking for a loving and adorable puppy to join your pack? Meet Tia, a sweet and special girl who came to TRD through a fellow rescuer in Mexico. Tia is a pretty shepherd mix puppy. Her foster family reports that she is sweet and snuggly, and playful with her littermate, with whom she is currently being fostered. Tia would love to have a canine buddy in her future forever family! She is great with other dogs. She's also good with children, and is crate trained and has just about mastered her potty training. Tia will make a wonderful family dog. When we first rescued Tia, we noticed she was having trouble after mealtime holding down her food. Our vets discovered that she has megaesophagus (ME), a manageable but potentially serious condition if not addressed. Essentially, Tia's esophagus is stretched out so that it does not naturally move food down to her stomach. Our vet thinks it's probably a congenital condition. If left unaddressed, ME will cause Tia to regurgitate her food. (Go here for more information on ME: (https://vcahospitals.com/know-your-pet/megaesophagus).) The good news is that the only "treatment" for ME is for Tia to eat upright and let gravity do the work. It does not impact her overall health or longevity. Thankfully, Tia has learned to use her homemade Bailey chair for meals and her wonderful foster family makes sure she takes her time and eats well, and upright. Other than that, Tia is a fun, healthy, typical puppy! She has a laid-back vibe and is a mild-mannered girl who will add a little fun to her new family. Tia is about 16 pounds at 4 months of age, and we think she will be a medium to large sized dog full grown, somewhere in the 50 to 60 pound range. If you are interested in meeting Tia, please fill out an adoption application on the TRD website and an adoption coordinator will be in touch. show less