If you are ready to adopt a dog or a cat, here are the ones currently available. All those available for adoption are currently in foster homes, so their foster parents can provide more information about the personality of each animal. If you are still not sure about which dog or cat to adopt, we will let you take the animal for a week as a “trial”; that way you can be sure that you are making the right decision.
Capulina is a daschund mix and was rescued when she was pregnant; she gave birth to PD, Cameo, Oreo and Patch – all of them have been adopted and now is mom’s turn! Capulina is approximately a year and a half old, she is spayed and has all her vaccines up-to-date.
BB king was rescued near the Burger King on Route 115 – hence his name. This sweet male dog was hit by a car and hurt his leg. He has all his vaccines and the vet estimates that he is about one year-old, so he is full grown (he is a medium-sized dog). Because of his accident, he has a permanent limp, but he runs like the wind! We believe that he will be great for a family that needs to looks at the bright side of things as BB king is has a great attitude and he does not let his limp affect him in any way – he is always happy!
Blanca Nieves is a sweet pit bull – mix who recently gave birth to pups. She is in a foster home with other dogs and she gets along with everybody (as you can see from the picture – she is the big one!). She has all her vaccines and is approximately a year and a half old.
Simon is a 7-months old male, who has all his vaccines up to date and is neutered, ready for adoption. He is great with dogs, children, and even other animals. He showed up at construction site along with his sibling Zany who has already been adopted, so now is Simon’s turn. He weighs between 35 to 40 pounds but still has a little bit more growing to do, so expect a medium size dog on the “large side”.
Tita (a.k.a. Mama Hines)
Tita, who we initially named “Mama Hines” (as she gave birth to puppies near the Casa Hines in Los Almendros” is a “large-medium” female dog (she weighs around 40 pounds). Tita was the first dog in our Spay & Release Program, but now she is in a foster home and she is doing great! She gets along with other dogs and with children and she completely ignores cats. Tita has all her vaccines and is house-trained. If you want a beach dog, Tita is your best choice as she absolutely loves to run on the sand.
IN NEED OF A FOSTER HOME
Because ARF of Rincón is not a shelter, we continuously find ourselves helping dogs even if we do not have the space to give them shelter. If you want to help us by fostering a dog, here are the ones that we need to take off the streets.
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