Adorable Addie was found running loose without a collar or microchip. She welcomed being rescued by Second Chance. She is a good candidate for agility training. She would do well with a person that exercises regularly as she is a high energy dog. Addie is now 7 years old and loves long walks and adores our volunteer shelter staff. She deserves to find her forever home.
Absent early family or puppy training, she nevertheless kept her darling personality to share with a loving family. She meets and greets every person with great exuberance and appreciation. She would thrive with an alpha leader who will continue her on-leash training. Chica loves playing ball and running,then she is ready to lie down and rest with you. Cute Chica was owned by a family who kept her outside in a dog run with minimal personal interaction.
When Osa's owners were evicted from their home, they left Osa behind. After being left without food or water for 6 days, Osa was found and a kind soul got her to Second Chance at Love. Osa is now a happy go lucky sweetheart who loves to play ball, walk, and go on car rides! Osa would make a great companion in an active home!
Sampson and his 6 siblings were rescued from a horrific hoarding situation. Sampson is a handsome, 6 month old neutered male Pyrenees/Shepherd mix who adores other dogs and loves to play! Sampson came in afraid and shut down, but quickly came out of his shell! Heâs friendly, loving and and eager to find his forever home!
Jester is 5 years old. He was rescued along with his brother Morgan from Animal Services in San Luis Obispo. He is very shy and takes time to warm up with people, but once he does he is a nice dog. He would do best in a quiet home without cats or livestock. He and his brother Morgan were shelter favorites and were days from being put down before being rescued by Second Chance at Love Humane Society.
This lovely girl comes to us from across the pond. She is a beautiful 8 year-old British Staffordshire Bull Terrier weighing around 40lbs. When dog behaviorist and rescuer Cheri Lucas was the trainer for a television show called "Leader of the Pack with Cesar Millan" in Spain, she pulled Rosie from a shelter in the UK for the show. As part of the show, a wonderful English woman adopted Rosie. Sadly, due to health issues Rosie's owner could no longer care for her. She tried to find her a good home but was unsuccessful. Cheri came to the rescue, and through generous donations we were able to fly Rosie from the UK to California to join us here at Second Chance.