Rover Rescue :: until every dog has a home

a non-profit organization dedicated to the rescue & placement
of homeless dogs from los angeles animal shelters

Dogs Available For Adoption

You can meet any of our dogs by appointment or at our next mobile adoption event on Due to Covid 19 we will not be holding any adoption events of showing dogs until May 1st. The safety of our volunteers and dogs is as it always has been, our number one priority.

  • Wolf adopt me

    Male, 5 years, 8 pounds

    Give this boy a squeaky toy and instant happiness! That’s how he caught our eye at the shelter. He was so happy with his little toy. Wolf bonds super quick with his human and loves to be held like a baby

  • Chorizo adopt me

    Male, 4 years, 5 pounds

    He maybe tiny, but he mighty! So much personality in this teeny tiny dog. Because of his small size. No kids under the age of 10

    Sponsored by: The Vinters in loving memory of their adopted Rover Rescue dog, Hudson

  • Squirt adopt me

    Pom x
    Male, 4 years, 14 pounds

    Squirt is a fluffy ball of love. When we rescued Squirt, he had an old fracture in his front leg. Sadly, it had healed leaving him with a slight limp. That does not slow him down.

    Sponsored by: Charlotte Plant in memory of her daughters dog Beatrice.

  • Finny adopt me

    Terrier mix
    Male, 3, 12

    Finny: 3 year old, terrier mix, 12 lbs. Finny was paralyzed with fear when we first saw him at the shelter. We immediately thought “he needs us.” He was so terrified at the shelter and did his best to put on his bravest face. He’s much more comfortable now that he knows he’s safe and is looking for a home that will give him the compassion and patience he deserves

  • Bucky adopt me

    Terrier mix
    Male, 5 years, 14 pounds

    Bucky is an easy going guy. He’s loves other dogs and a good car ride. Plus a face that rivals grumpy cat!

  • Toby adopt me

    Wheaten Terrier mix
    Male, 1 year, 43 pounds

    How adorable is Toby? Toby is still very puppy like and will need some basic training. He can be a bit shy at first but warms up quickly. No small dogs or children under 12. He would do great with a dog his size or larger.

    Sponsored by: Sally Salter in celebration of Steve Gaines birthday

  • Brownie adopt me

    Beagle mix
    Male, 7 years, 15 pounds

    Brownie was the pride and joy of his humans life. Brownie was loved and adored living the good life, one day that all changes. Brownies owner went to hospice and sadly Brownie was brought to the shelter. Rover Rescue heard about Brownies story and picked him up immediately. Brownie is a bit shy and takes a little time warming up to people. Brownie needs an adult only home.


rover rescue is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization | P.O. box 424, redondo beach, CA 90277 | adoption hotline 310.379.0154 | © 2020

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