Main Email: General Questions or to inquire about appointments: firstname.lastname@example.org
*All other inquiries please fill out the contact form below so that we may best help you.
11740 East Belmont Avenue, Sanger, California 93657, United States
WE ARE OPEN TO THE PUBLIC WEDNESDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY & SUNDAY
OUR VISITING HOURS ARE: 9AM-12PM (CLOSED FOR LUNCH) 1PM-3PM
WE STRONGLY SUGGEST MAKING AN APPOINTMENT IF YOU PLAN ON VISITING US TO HELP US BETTER ACCOMMODATE YOU.
If you need to get in touch with us regarding a previously adopted FBR dog, for ANY reason, please contact our Adoption Coordinator, Terese Shaw directly at email@example.com or (559) 474-6728
We are currently NOT accepting "owner surrender" or "found dog" requests. We will only be focusing on pulling at-risk dogs from our local municipal shelters until further notice. We may consider owner surrender dogs with extenuating circumstances. Any dog that we might be able to consider must already be fixed and be animal social. If you feel you you have a dog that fits the requirements, you may still submit your request though the contact form below.
*For puppies: Puppies under the age of 6 months old will be placed in foster homes IF they are available.
Please use the Contact Form below to submit your request.
Please DO NOT show up at the shelter with a dog unannounced - we are not an open admission shelter. We only take in dogs with prior arrangements made.
Please also note that we only take in dogs that are or at least appear to be primarily "bully breed". This includes: Pit Bulls, American Bullies, Shorty Bulls, all Bulldogs (American, English, Old English, French etc), Staffordshire Terriers, Bull Terriers, Staffordshire Bull Terriers, all Mastiff breeds, etc.
If you are having trouble with the submission form above you can send an email directly to us at firstname.lastname@example.org
We are not able to pick up stray dogs running at large. If you need a stray dog pick up, please contact your local animal control. If you have found a stray dog, please ask around the area in which the dog was found to make sure any neighbors don't recognise him. You can take your found dog to any vet hospital to get scanned for a possible microchip, and can also ask the vet if the dog looks familiar to them. We also suggest that you post fliers up at local vet offices & pet stores.
Make sure you have scanned the local lost & found ads on Craigslist & the Classifieds.
We also invite you to post a "Found" ad on our Facebook page. Please include the date & location where the dog was found, a photo and a way in which people can contact you.
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