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  1. We all know Chocolate isn't good for dogs, but "Chocolate, the Dog" could be GOOD for YOU! You know the old saying: "Put 'pat chocolate' at the top of your list of things to do today. That way at least you'll get one thing done." Oh wait, that's "eat chocolate..." Oh well. Adopt our Chocolate dog and do both. This handsome fellow was abandoned. His breed mix is perhaps Basenji and Australian Cattle Dog? This affectionate "large side of medium" 2-year-old is energetic and wants lots of love. Roaming about on adventure hikes would make Chocolate quite content. Why not let him sweeten up your lif
  2. Bubbles arrived at the Ranch as a practically newborn puppy, along with 3 other siblings, being carefully raised and nursed by another Ranch Dog, his mom Valentina. He's now about 5 months old and developing into a handsome young doggie! Mother Valentina is on the "small side of medium" so we expect he may, when finished maturing, be medium in size. A Spaniel mix, he's "full of himself affectionate" and loves to share "kissies" and cuddles. Bubbles needs to be YOUR BUBBLY PUPPY! CONTACT US
  3. Bongo, a 3-year old Pit Bull mix, was surrendered by his rescuers – it was realized that there was not enough physical space for him in their home. He's medium in size with a smooth, shiny coat. Bongo is a bit timid, but once he gets to know you, you're his best friend. He gets along with other dogs, and he will benefit from walking adventures, play and personal attention. We'll "beat the drum" for BONGO...he's waiting to help the tempo of your life to go more upbeat!
  4. 'Tis the season - puppy season that is. The Ranch has big puppies, little puppies, brown puppies, blond puppies, black puppies, white puppies... Want a cute puppy fix, just play and cuddle and take home a few sweet puppy kisses? Or maybe take home a puppy. Join us this Saturday for the Buena Vista Social Pup.
  5. Kiss and her daughter Truffle are really sweet and learning to love people. Rescued after being abandoned, this mother and pup appear to be Lab mixes, Kiss being on the "larger-side-of-medium". Truffle, when grown, may be similar. Kiss is 1-2 years old, Truffle is about 7 months. Both have gently playful dispositions and although it would be nice to adopt them together, separated they would adapt quickly to all your love and attention! CONTACT US
  6. Tra-La, It's May! And what would be a more joyous celebration of the month, than to adopt a lovely girl like Sweet Jenny. She's about 2 years old, with dramatic black spots on white. Medium in size with a placid disposition, she may be a "hound-with-who-knows-what" mix. Rescued from abandonment in a field, she's adapted well to Ranch life, but would be truly happy to be your "forever girl".
  7. This wonderfully gentle mom dog was discovered abandoned in Mirasol with 8 newborn pups...on VALENTINE'S DAY! The date foretold her personality and behavior, she nurtured her large brood with total dedication until they were big enough to be on their own, she rarely, if ever complained when humans wanted to interact with her little ones, resulting in well-socialized happy pups. She is "small-ish" medium in size, may be a spaniel mix. Her age is a little over a year. Now that she's spayed, a happy home and future await this sweet girl who has lots of love to share! CONTACT US
  8. These two boys were abandoned at the Ranch, with another sister and brother, when they were only 2 weeks old. A wonderful volunteer fostered them (hand feeding and lots of TLC) and now at 3 months old, these furry roly-polies are ready to go to a forever home. We think they will grow up to be medium in size - breed mix is anybody's guess. Their other siblings have been adopted, and now it's Bobby and Pantera's turn – either pup, or both pups together – would bring fun and frolic to your home! CONTACT US
  9. This "feisty frisker" was rescued from an abusive environment by a kind lady, who got him medical treatment, good food, and cared for him as a foster mom, but now he's a RANCH PUP and all ready to be YOUR forever pup. Andrew is about 5 months old, playful and very affectionate. He is clearly a purebred MSD (Mexican Street Dog). His intensely earth-tone brindle coat, shiny, short and smooth, would make him a handsome companion for walking adventures with lots of tail wagging! CONTACT US
  10. "Lovey-Dovey" is an affectionate, mellow matured girl. Dumped on the doorstep of a Good Samaritan, complete with a litter of 8 pups, she's got them weaned and now, Dovey is ready to bestow her sweetness upon your home! She's about 3 years old, medium in size with perky ears. Her breed mix may be purebred MSD (Mexican Street Dog) short-haired white variety. The actual mix is anyone's guess,but no matter, you'll love her regardless. She'll love you right back! CONTACT US
  11. Rory and Leah are incredibly gorgeous, large Golden Retrievers. Rory is about 4 years old, and recently appeared, to the delight of local kids, as a "Movie Mascot" for "A Dog's Purpose". He was found wandering alone, but now is a Ranch Dog and ready to impress you with his playfulness! Leah is about 2 years old, and was surrendered as she didn't "hit it off" with an existing dog owned by her rescuers. Silly and a prankster, Leah would do best in a forever home where she is the one-and-only queen! Either Rory or Leah would certainly be a treasure for just the right adopter! CONTACT US
  12. "Angels Have No Philosophy but Love" ~Terri Guillemets Our sweet Angel, who now awaits a forever home at the Ranch, was found abandoned in a field with several other dogs. She was probably someone's pet at one time in the past (her vet visit revealed that she had already been "fixed") How-sad to think she once had a caring home but was turned out to fend for herself. This affectionate, friendly girl is medium in size, approximately 2 years old, and looks like a blond German Shepherd. Her "angelic" smile and perky ears let her love shine through. She may be PERFECT for YOU!
  13. Catana is a strikingly beautiful "pitty" girl, 2 years old, "larger-side-of-medium". Her brindled spots on white background make for "full gorgeous". She has a playfully sweet disposition and, who can resist that BIG PITTY SMILE of hers! She seems to get along OK with other dogs, of course a supervised introduction would be in order, as it would be for any dog. If you are a "pitty" fan, Catana would be an excellent hiking/walking companion and noble guardian of your home.
  14. This is almost being posted on "Fat Tuesday"...our medium-sized Pit Bull Mix Boy, Rodrigo, is anything BUT fat…he's high energy and runs his calories right off! He's about 2 years old, a twinkle in his intense amber eyes lets you know he's ready to play! He will need some socialization and would benefit from obedience training, long happy walks and lots of love. For just the right family/owner, Rodrigo would be a lively companion! CONTACT US
  15. She's going places indeed…perhaps to your home, as your forever friend? A 3-year-old, "large side of medium" Lab mix, Bonnie attests to amazing acts of human kindness as well as the indomitable spirit that dogs can have. Rescued by Dr. Luis from the outskirts of Ixtlahuacan, Bonnie was barely alive. He brought her back to health, but we wondered if this had damaged her spirit. The answer? NO! Upon arriving at the Ranch this girl was immediately full of joy and excitement. She engaged in play with other Ranch dogs and accepted love and attention from our volunteers. Both Dr. Luis and Bonnie hav
  16. Amber was rescued darting in and out of traffic on the carretera in front of Chapala Haciendas. The rescuer knocked on doors in the neighborhood trying to find her home, but no one recognized her. Amber is about one year old, Chihuahua mix, and weighs about 4 kilos. She is in foster care right now and her foster mom reports that she is mellow and sweet, although a bit timid, and she's housebroken! This little girl would make a perfect companion for someone wanting a small lap dog. CONTACT US
  17. How could someone abandon this darling baby? Well, someone did, and now she would like to have a forever home. This sweet, gentle girl, about 2 months old, is playful and cuddly. With her perky ears and small size, she may be a Chihuahua mix (just a guess) She has a very calm disposition and loves nothing better than being in one's lap, yours, perhaps? CONTACT US
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