Little Blessings Pet Rescue

Rescue and Adoption of Abandoned Pets

Thank you for visiting our site.  We are a small all volunteer organization that networks, rescues, rehabilitates, fosters and places dogs in happy permanent homes.  Many of our dogs are rescued from high kill shelters in Southern California.   Kill shelters, such as San Bernardino City Shelter allow 1-3 days for their dogs to be adopted or rescued.  If the dogs are not fortunate enough to be seen, in a shelter holding hundreds of animals, they are euthanized.  Most are highly adoptable dogs that if given a little more time, they will make wonderful family pets.  That is where we intervene.  We give them that chance. We carefully rescue, vet and quarantine our animals before adoption.  This gives us time to evaluate and get to know the dog's temperament, so we can make a good match.  It also allows the dog a stress free transition.  We have made many happy matches.  Please check our photo album to see our success stories.


The kill shelters are over loaded with adorable, highly adoptable dogs right now.  We can't save them if we have no place to house them. They need your help! Can you be a hero and open your home to a foster dog?   It is an amazing experience watching a dog grow and blossom.  Some people say it would be too hard to let them go.  Yet, a nanny knows they can't keep the children they care for. Yet, it is their love that helps a child transform.  That is what it is like fostering a dog.  You are an important part of a dog's journey and may even be the reason his life can be saved. You can make a huge difference in a dog's life and the rewards are so great!  There is nothing better than watching the dog you loved and cared for being adopted into a loving home!  Our fosters are allowed to meet their fostered dog's adoptive family and have a voice in the decision making.

FOSTER TO ADOPT PROGRAM:  Are you having trouble adopting the dog you want? Here is a solution!  You can apply to become a foster to adopt parent.  We rescue a dog with your specifications in mind.  You agree to foster.  You have one week to decide if the dog is for you.  If not, you continue to foster until we can find the dog a new home.  There is an approval process and a home check will apply.  You must live in the northern area of Seattle, or be willing and able to take your dog to our vet and to adoption meetings if need be in North Seattle.  Until the adoption papers are signed, we take care of the vetting.  

Meet Lola!  Lola looks like a poodle and cocker mix.  We rescued her out of a high kill shelter in CA.  Lola is around 5 years old.  She is a loving dog, but can be fearful at first.  She is very loving and very loyal once she trusts you.  Her playful side comes out and she makes a wonderful buddy dog.  Unlike a lot of shelter dogs, Lola likes men.  She would do fine with an experienced male owner.  She can be willful, so she needs a loving, but confident owner.  

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