Adoptable Dogs

September 6, 2022


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Written by: liz kover

This beautiful lady is Lotus. She is an older girl, approximately 12 years old. She was found wandering the desert a little over a year ago. She is spayed, house broken & good with children & all other animals. Her breed is unknown, but she appears to be some kind of Corgi mix; she weighs about 40 lbs. She is deaf, but responds well to hand motions. She loves to snuggle & for all intents and purposes is fairly low maintenance. That being said, she does have a cancerous mass on her lower lip that should be removed, and she needs to be vaccinated.




Nadine Colt and Falcor in Jasper Alberta

Team Member Profile - Nadine Bradley Griffith

Name: Nadine Bradley Griffith Hometown: Pretoria, South Africa Years Volunteering with MMDR: 2 Education: James Madison University (VA) BS, University of Texas at Austin (MEd) Pets: Colt (Australian Shepherd), Falcor (MMDR R...
by Bob Guere


Zach’s Journey - Friday September 6, 2022

I’m headed out for marathon training on a beautiful Friday morning! I ran a half marathon on Wednesday, which really kicked my butt! I’m just not a “born runner” and I’m going to have to work ex...
by Bob Guere



Hey Mutt Militia!   We received the following update from Jessica, Denali’s Foster Mom: Hi Mutt Crew, I picked up Denali on Friday afternoon from Amanda. Denali is doing well. She is super sweet and loves people especi...
by Bob Guere




Luke is all healed up and ready to be adopted. Luke is a Coonhound mix but he doesn’t possess any of the frustrating qualities that Hounds tend to have which can be frustrating. For instance, he’s very quiet-n...
by Bob Guere


Miss Blanche Devereaux

Happy Sunday Morning, Mutt Lovers! If you don’t already know, this fluffy little hunk of  preciousness is Miss Blanche (Devereaux, naturally - since I’m the one who named her and I’m an eternal child o...
by Bob Guere



We have had our eye on this beautiful boy but we weren’t able to rescue him until Friday. And based on his current condition, it was not a day too soon. Huck came in to Kern County Animal Control as an “HBC” ...
by Bob Guere