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Terri d.
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Rating: 5

Saved my Dog

posted 6 years ago

The San Francisco Samoyed Rescue (SFSR) saved my dog Vinyl's life. Vinyl had food aggression. I called SFSR for advice and they helped me understand the problem and what to do to correct it. If I had not had this help I would have had to put Vinyl down. Happily we worked hard and now he is the best dog ever! Thank you SFSR for your support.

Pros: devotion of the volunteers is wonderful

Cons: not enough people to help all dogs in need

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Peggy P.
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Rating: 5

Samoyed's are homeless no more

posted 6 years ago

San Francisco Samoyed Rescue has been in the business for decades. They save Samoyed's and Samoyed mixed all over California and the western part of Nevada. I have worked with this group and they are VERY dedicated, caring people. If you are looking to adopt a Samoyed or foster one, this is the group to be involved with.

Pros: caring people, quick re-homing

Cons: all volunteer

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