Adopt

 

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.


Lilo & Stitch

We won’t lie, we are running out of names. These two small-size dogs were rescued at the Lighthouse of Rincón; while waiting for the vet to check them out, we asked a little girl to named them. Her answer: Lilo and Stitch! And that’s how we named them. Both are males, vaccines up to date, over a year old (but not older than two years) and very sweet. They love it when you pet them. Both of them ignore cats and are good with kids (and adults). It takes them a while to be around other dogs; afterwards they are all about playing! Still, we think they have been neglected for so long that all they need is love.

Lilo

Lilo

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Stitch

 


Capulina

Capulina

Capulina

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.


 Jojo

Jojo

Jojo

Jojo is a female Rottweiler that does not require a lot of energy (she is very calm and likes to walk slowly). She is around 5 years old, good with children, other dogs, and cats. She is spayed and has all her vaccines (i.e. 4dx and rabies).  Jojo needs a great person who can love her.


 Valentina

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What a sweet-sweet dog! Valentina was dumped in a friend’s yard on March 28th, 2015. She appears to be 4 months old and we observed that she is good with cats and other dogs. That same day she started deworming treatment and had her first boost of the vaccines combo. Valentina was then taken to a foster home with another dog and they started playing right away! We estimate that she will be a medium size dog (on the “big” size) but she sure has lots of love to give as she likes to cuddle.

 

 


BB King

BB King

BB King

 

 

 

 

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. Now, he is doing much better (he is not limping anymore) and soon will be neutered. 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).


Blanca Nieves 

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.

Blanca enjoying a nap with her foster sibling

Blanca enjoying a nap with her foster sibling

 


Hines

May 16, 2015 – We were called by a good friend of ARF about this friendly dog who has “set up camp” at the Hines House, hence his name. We took him to the vet and he had all his vaccines; he will be neutered very soon. The vet estimates that he is around a year and a half old. Good with other dogs, cats, and children. Hines needs a foster home as he is still “invading” Casa Hines. He weighs 34.2 pounds and loves to be pet.

Hines at the vet enjoying what seems his first treat

Hines at the vet enjoying what seems to be his first treat


Quick

Quick is a beautiful puppy looking for her loving forever home. Quick is around 12 to 13 weeks and weighs over 25lbs. She will be a big dog and will get to be around 65 to 70lbs. She has been dewormed and has her 1st booster of vaccines. Quick is great with other dogs.

Quick the day she was rescued (May 18, 2015)

Quick the day she was rescued (May 18, 2015)

4 Responses to Adopt

  1. Yoalis Marrero says:

    We are looking for a dog.Where is your shelter?So we can adopt a puppy.

    • Ivette Cruzado says:

      We are not a shelter; our dogs are in foster homes. Are you interested in one in particular? You can also contact us via Facebook.

  2. brook says:

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    Hello, curious about fostering. How do I go about doing that? Who do I contact. Thank you!

    • miriam juan says:

      Hello!
      You can send us an email (arfrincon@gmail.com) with what type of dog you are willing to foster (small, medium, big – male or female) and then we can coordinate with you what is your best option.

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