Rover's Retreat Dog Rescue

A safe haven for dogs in need.
Rover's Retreat
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SAVE. LOVE. ADOPT.
Save. Love. Adopt.
Welcome to Rover's Retreat
We provide dog rescue and dog adoption by placing rescued dogs in foster homes and providing care and a safe haven for them until they are ready to find their "furever" homes
Who We Are
Our rescue was born out of a need to be an advocate for dogs who can't speak for themselves.  Rover's Retreat dog rescue is a non-profit, 501(c)(3) organization staffed only by volunteers. All vet bills and costs are covered by tax-deductible donations from people just like you!
What We Do
We rescue dogs and place them in foster homes until they are ready for adoption.  We vaccinate, spay/neuter, microchip and provide any additional care such as surgery or rehabiliition. We help the dog to get ready to be placed in a happy home.
How We Do It
We have fundraisers at local businesses who are also passionate about helping animals.  We also receive donations when you shop at smile.amazon.com or Ralph's grocery and select Rover's Retreat  as your charity.  Adoption fees help cover our veterinary costs as well.
Ways That You Can Help!
Volunteer

Click here to apply to volunteer with Rover's Retreat

Foster

Click to apply to foster a dog

Donate

Click here to donate to help our rescued dogs!

Frequent Questions

Depending on the amount of available dogs and the characteristics of the dog you're looking for, it can be as little as week, but usually less than one month.

We get dogs from a number of different sources. Some come through the shelter system, some come from owners who can't keep the dog for one reason or another, and some come from other rescue groups. We even get dogs from other countries, like Mexico and Turkey!

Puppies under one year - $400, dogs between 1 and 5 - $350, and dogs over the age of 6 - $300. This helps to offset the costs of vaccinations, spaying/neutering, microchip, fecal testing, and any surgeries or treatments the dog must have before deemed healthy enough for adoption. When we get dogs in from other countries like Turkey, those dogs will normally have higher adoption fees due to the higher costs of getting them transported here to the U.S. in addition to receiving all the above care.

All of our dogs are temperament tested in foster homes before they are made available for adoption. We test them around kids, cats, other dogs, on/off leash, and we get a good feel of the dog's personality. We then post the dog's personality profile on our website.

Most of our dogs are house-trained, thanks to the time they spend at the foster homes before being made available for adoption. However all dogs take a little time to settle into their new homes, and require patience and training to give them time to fit into their new environment. Each dog has its unique characteristics, so we ask that you give your new dog some time to be the best dog that they can be.

We often have meet and greets at places around town, and you might meet your future dog there! We also have a meeting at the foster's home after a match has been made, to make sure that the choice you made and the match we made for you is indeed a good fit. You always have the option to say no when you meet the dog if you feel like it's not the one for you!

If you're referring to the California Lottery, probably not. That's the bad news. The good news is that by adopting from Rover's Retreat, you'll feel like you did win the lottery, thanks to your new best friend!

Find a New Friend!
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Reese
ELSY
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APPLE
858-529-5678
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