Here at Paw Prints Family we like to give back to our community by  helping dogs that can no longer be held at our local shelters by  fostering them in our home until a forever home is found for our  PAWesome friend!

Dog of the Month: George

We are thrilled to announce that Eclipse has found his FURever family, and we are so happy to have been a part of his journey. 

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Can you believe it?! In just 24 hours of walking into our home little Raleigh has found a loving family to call his own! 

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We are overwhelmed with joy to announce that our special little Raider was adopted by a wonderful family!

We are over the moon to announce that Brenda was adopted and after a long trip from Hawaii she has finally found her furever home!

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We couldn't be any happier for sweet and goofy Cinnamon. She has found a family to love and share her wet kisses with!

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This is Little Zero a stray that clawed her way into our hearts! She is now with her forever family bringing laughs all around with her electric personality!

Reese will always have a special place in our hearts! we are so happy this love bug got the second chance he deserves with his very own family and finally being an indoor dog!

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Morphius went to a wonderful home with one of our own family members! With a lot of love and dedication he is no longer feral and enjoying home cooked meals everyday!

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Sir Majesty Squish is living wonderfully with our family members who fell in love with him immediately! We are happy to still see him on a regular basis!

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Jojo was diagnosed with terminal brain cancer and has crossed the rainbow bridge. We will always cherish our time spent with you!

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Sweet Hanny was adopted by a veterinary technician and her husband. She goes to work with her pet parent everyday and is loved very much 

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Sambuca now lives in beautiful Moraga with her forever family who hikes with her almost every weekend. We will miss you sweet girl!

Meet George. He was found on the streets of San Francisco in a plastic bag at the very yourng age of four weeks old. He was way to young to be on his own as well as under weight, under fed and neglected. A friend of ours found him and reached out to us for help so we took him in and nursed him back to a healthy weight and when he came of age around 8 weeks old we put him up for adoption. He met with a potential family who fell in love with him and had to make him a part of their family. George now has a place to call his own and a family who loves him.

Enjoy your new life curious little George!