We are so happy to introduce 2 new-to-us dogs available for adoption. Meet Tucker (in the photo, male, miniature pinscher) and Kimi (female, chihuahua). To find out more about them visit http://nlol.org/dogs and/or see what other available adoptable dogs would make your family complete!
Are you ready to adopt a dog, but it is your first time adopting? Please call us at (661) 255-0097 and we can answer any questions you may have and give you an overview of our adoption process. If you prefer e-mail, send questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please remember that throughout the year and during this busy holiday season, New Leash On Life is by appointment only for boarding tours and for meeting our adorable adoptables.
Snowcone has been anxiously waiting for the fall weather, and she is still waiting to meet her forever family. New Leash On Life rescued her from a public adoption event during a hot, summer weekend. Even though she has been here since May, she remains playful and sweet. She loves her toys and is very well mannered in a crate and on car rides. Best of all she is kid and dog-friendly! Fill out an adoption application for Snowcone today!
Seriously. We can't with this photo. A rescue dog, a favorite book, and helping out a local non-profit. This is the best win-win situation we can think of. If your child needs to complete community service hours, New Leash On Life is happy to accomodate that with Doggy Reading Groups and Mobile Pet Adoptions for children as young as 8.
Sweet, shy, and adoptable Kipp is still awaiting that special someone who can give him a loving, quiet home. Kipp is very friendly, but will take a little time for him to warm up to you initially. He is very gentle and is ready to find a family of his own! Submit an adoption application for Kipp, today!
It is hard to pick a ‘favorite’ out of the adoptable dogs at New Leash On Life, however staff and volunteers will admit that Annabelle ranks high on their list. Annabelle shines at our Doggy Reading Groups, where children read a book to one of our rescues.
When it came time to name sisters Marilyn and Audrey, it was obvious they needed monikers as regal as their looks and as graceful as their manners. Audrey Hepburn would have been 87 years old today, and we jumped at the chance to name one of our adoptable dogs after her. In celebration of Audrey Hepburn’s birthday let’s give Marilyn and Audrey the gift of a forever home! Please visit our website for more information about them and to fill out an adoption application.