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Female Young Dachshund / Terrier (Unknown Type, Small)

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Marseille

Terrier (Unknown Type, Small)

Note: Please fill out an adoption app online here by cutting and pasting into your browser if you're interested in meeting Marseille: ht... show more

Note: Please fill out an adoption app online here by cutting and pasting into your browser if you're interested in meeting Marseille: https://www.animalalliancesd.org/adoption • Affectionate • Loves to be held • Lapdog • Playful • Loves stuffed toys • Loves playing with other dogs • Crate trained • Knows how to use a doggie door • Not a picky eater • Treat motivated so easy to train new things • Dances for treats • Energetic but calms down when needed • Potty trained • Timid of strangers but is easily won over by people giving her treats • 2-years-old • Wire-haired Dachshund/terrier mix • Only 10 lbs • Spayed • Microchipped • Up-to-date on vaccinations While under our care Marseille has not been with cats so we don't know how she is with them but she lives in a foster home with parrots and doesn't pay them any attention. Here's other videos of Marseille (copy & paste into your browser): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ou6rNlJODaM&list=UUiOCLnrG7w8TC9NUpt-GaPw&index=1 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=79HnV_0xCTY&list=UUiOCLnrG7w8TC9NUpt-GaPw&index=5 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pEmUAp9at5Y&list=UUiOCLnrG7w8TC9NUpt-GaPw&index=6 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AIcNE0MgsSo&list=UUiOCLnrG7w8TC9NUpt-GaPw&index=3 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z8Ss2xKHJPQ&list=UUiOCLnrG7w8TC9NUpt-GaPw&index=2 Marseille would be happiest in a home where there aren't a lot of new people coming and going. Marseille's adoption fee is $195 which would be used to pay for spay/neutering, medical treatment, food, & supplies for homeless dogs we get from animal shelters Sorry, due to a variety of reasons we don't allow adoptions outside San Diego County. Thanks for understanding. Animal Alliance of San Diego is a non-profit 501(c)(3) whose mission is to stop unnecessary euthanasia and neglect of animals by rescuing homeless animals, providing them a safe haven, medical care, and needed resources and by creating partnerships with shelters, rescues, and community groups. Please help us in this cause. Please consider fostering, volunteering, donating, and/or spreading the word about us. Thank you from us and the homeless animals we help! show less

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Noodle

Bichon Frise

Noodle is: • Affectionate • Sometimes playful • Get really excited when she gets to run around in her foster's fenced in yard •... show more

Noodle is: • Affectionate • Sometimes playful • Get really excited when she gets to run around in her foster's fenced in yard • Treat motivated so easier to train • Gets along fine with dogs her own size and likes to play with some • Knows how to use a doggie door • Whines to let you know she wants to out to go #2 • Timid of strangers • Nougat has not been in a home with children or cats while under our care • 1 years old • Bichon Frise/Miniature Poodle - has the short legs, long body, and curly tail of a Bichon but the long snout of a Poodle • Hypoallergenic - good choice for people with allergies or who don't want fur on their furniture but does require regular grooming • Spayed female • 14 lbs • Vaccinated • Microchipped • Timid of new people and places so would be best off where she doesn't have to meet a lot of new people or go new places. She's be best off in a home with a fenced yard and not walked around in a busy neighborhood which would stress her out. Noodle's adoption fee is $250 which would be used to pay for spay/neutering, medical treatment, food, & supplies for homeless dogs who we get from local shelters. Sorry, due to a variety of reasons we don't allow adoptions outside San Diego County. Thanks for understanding. Animal Alliance of San Diego is a non-profit 501(c)(3) whose mission is to stop unnecessary euthanasia and neglect of animals by rescuing homeless animals, providing them a safe haven, medical care, and needed resources and by creating partnerships with shelters, rescues, and community groups. Please help us in this cause. Please consider fostering, volunteering, donating, and/or spreading the word about us. Thank you from us and the homeless animals we help! show less

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Rupert

Rupert is a handsome and friendly sulcata tortoise who currently weighs 20 lbs and will grow to be over 100 lbs. Right now he's 17 inche... show more

Rupert is a handsome and friendly sulcata tortoise who currently weighs 20 lbs and will grow to be over 100 lbs. Right now he's 17 inches long and 11 inches wide but he'll get much bigger! Here's other videos of Rupert (copy & paste into your browser): Rupert eating cactus: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_blclQRuqjI&list=UUiOCLnrG7w8TC9NUpt-GaPw&index=10 Rupert goes for toes: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JOfRMM6-MEE&list=UUiOCLnrG7w8TC9NUpt-GaPw&index=13 He requires a large, grassy outdoor area to graze and roam, as well as a heated housing unit for when the temperature dips below 72 degrees. He eats grass, veggies, and cactus, and needs to have a shallow water source to soak in daily (currently that's a baby pool). If you are interested in having a sweet shell-friend in the family for the next 80-100 years and are willing to keep lots of grass and vegetables on hand, Rupert is your guy. Rupert's adoption fee is $60. If you'd like to meet Rupert please fill out a reptile pre-adoption application here (copy & paste into your browser): https://www.animalalliancesd.org/adoption Sorry, due to a variety of reasons we don't allow adoptions outside San Diego County. Thanks for understanding. Animal Alliance of San Diego is a non-profit 501(c)(3) whose mission is to stop unnecessary euthanasia and neglect of animals by rescuing homeless animals, providing them a safe haven, medical care, and needed resources and by creating partnerships with shelters, rescues, and community groups. Please help us in this cause. Please consider fostering, volunteering, donating, and/or spreading the word about us. Thank you from us and the homeless animals we help! show less