Ridley lost her home through no fault of her own, and found herself at the Camarillo shelter. She had lived in a home with a small dog who was her buddy, and she was so sad at the shelter wondering where her family was. She is a 2-year-old American Staffordshire Terrier, and is a very smart girl! She knows many commands, is housebroken and crate trained. She likes to play and is a very sweet girl. Ridley will be going into a foster home next week! She is enjoying getting to know our AFLAR volunteers, and is happy to be getting so much love and attention!
Sweet little Raven is looking for a forever home. She is an adorable female Chihuahua mix, only 6 lbs., about 10-years-old, and super sweet!!! She was living out in a yard for the last several years, and was rescued from an abusive home. She is a dainty princess that belongs on someone's lap all the time. If you would like a cute little shadow, then she is for you. She is not a barker or fearful of people. She sleeps great in a crate, or in a bed! She’s not too interested in toys. She’d rather CUDDLE!!! She is very social! She will follow you everywhere throughout the house. She gets along with other little dogs and with cats. Raven loves people and is kid friendly. Raven is looking for a loving forever home.
Buddy is doing very well in his board and train. He has also gained weight, and is happy and healthy! Thanks to regular exercise, less stress, good food, and a coconut oil & lavender remedy from the trainer, Buddy’s skin and ears looks great! We visited him the other day, and he was his affectionate and lovable self, rolling on his back for love and kisses! A VERY HEARTFELT THANK YOU TO CHRISTY DAN, who sent a special “care package” for Buddy—toys, treats, beautiful bandanas, and even sweet cards from Christy and her dog!!! Buddy was thrilled with everything, and says "Thank You, Christy!!!"
I am beyond thrilled to tell you that AFLAR rescued Stormy, who has now been named "SNUGGLES." Fortunately, we have a foster for him, since he could not go into boarding. I feel very blessed that my dear friend and partner, AFLAR’s Vice President Kathleen MacGregor, was ready to open her home and heart to him. AFLAR just lost one of our very special dogs, Reini, to liver cancer, whom Kathleen was fostering. Maybe Reini was watching over Stormy, and somehow had a hand in this. The bottom line is AFLAR was able to rescue another Pit Bull because we had a FOSTER! If you want to help SAVE LIVES, please consider FOSTERING. FOSTERS SAVE LIVES!!! Special Thank's to Kim Flavin, Gail Major, Karin Sterling, and Kathleen MacGregor. And a big Thank You to Tara Diller and the VCAS staff and volunteers, who are working like crazy to keep the oh-so-many dogs at the shelter healthy, happy, exercised, nurtured, and loved.