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Dog rescue group to hold first Lake County adoption event Sunday

KELSEYVILLE – Little Bow Wow Rescue of Northern California is holding its first adoption event in Lake County at Furry Tails Pet Boutique’s brand new location in Kelseyville from noon to 3 p.m. this Sunday, March 7.

The address is 8040 Highway 29 near Kit’s Corner.

Little Bow Wow Rescue started its Northern California rescue last year and have saved nearly 100 dogs just in since.

 The rescue started in Southern California in 2001 and is a non-profit organization run by devoted volunteers.

 Little Bow Wow Rescue has locations in Southern California, Northern California, Tennessee and Minnesota. It has saved the lives of over 1,000 abandoned dogs.

They will be joined by Lab Rescue and will have small and large dogs on site. There is an adoption fee and screening prior to adoption.

 For more information, please call Vicki at 707-928-9952 or check out the

website at .


March 5, 2010 at 9:39 am Leave a comment

Little Bow Wow Rescue – Little Dogs Looking for Big Hearts


The Little Bow Wow Rescue was founded by Vicki Stone in May of 2002. We are a 501(c)(3) non- profit organization, passionately dedicated to rescuing small dogs of all types and breeds. We rescue dogs from shelters, and take in other dogs in need. Some are strays whose owners cannot be located, some are abandoned, and some are turned over to us by their owners.
When Vicki started this rescue, she envisioned a high quality rescue, with a personal touch and an emphasis first and foremost on the welfare of the dogs. She wanted these dogs to receive the best possible care and be provided with what ever was necessary to make them healthy and happy again, or in some cases, healthy and happy for the first time in their lives.
Little Bow Wow’s dogs are fostered in our homes and provided with a safe, clean environment, beds and blankets, brand name dog foods, top notch veterinary care, friends to play with, toys, treats and most of all, plenty of TLC. We are considered a “small” rescue because we only take in as many dogs as we feel we can provide with individual attention, on a daily basis. We feel that it is important to know the personalities, and habits of our foster dogs, so that we can find them the best possible homes.


March 4, 2010 at 7:53 pm Leave a comment

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