Our feature dog this month is Bijou a 1 year old beautiful Cream Apricot Maltese/Poodle/Terrier Mix who weighs 10 pounds. This darling little girl is in our rescue because she ended up in the shelter as a stray and her owner never came looking for her so rescue was called. Bijou was full of ticks and very dirty but is now a happy clean little girl who needs a loving forever home. Please click on our ADOPTABLE PET LIST link above to read more about Bijou and to see all of our rescue dogs and puppies needing new loving forever homes.
Who We Are
PJ's Small Dog Rescue is a not for profit 501(c)3 rescue. The purpose of PJ's Small Dog Rescue is to foster homeless dogs, spay/neuter them, bring them up-to-date on their shots, de-worm, flea treatment, and microchip them before they are adopted into their new forever homes. We also try to educate the public who have unaltered dogs to the reason why it is so important to spay/neuter their pets as there are far too many unwanted dogs ending up in the shelters/rescues. We DO NOT adopt our rescue dogs into home with unaltered dogs or cats. We adopt our small dogs to homes mainly in the SACRAMENTO, STOCKTON, ANTIOCH and East Bay surrounding areas, but we will consider adoptions outside our adoption area. We have volunteers in the Isleton area. These dedicated people volunteer their love, support and hard work and are the best volunteers in the world. We are an all volunteer non-profit small dog rescue and no one receives pay for all the hard work that is so rewarding to us all.
Adopting a friend
Anyone interested in one of PJ's Small Dog Rescue's dogs, please make contact by EMAIL for the required Adoption Questionnaire and one will be emailed back to you. If you make contact by phone you will still be required to submit an adoption questionnaire. When we receive your completed adoption questionnaire via email, it will be placed in the dog's file that you are interested in until the closing of accepting questionnaire for that dog. Then all qualifying questionnaires will be submitted to our Adoption Review Committee for a decision on which family will be invited to meet the dog. We prefer our small rescue dogs to be placed in homes where someone is home during the day and consideration will be given to those homes first. Puppies and young dogs will only be placed in homes where someone is home during the day. All PJ's Small Dog Rescue dogs are indoor only dogs who have outdoor privileges for play and potty. It is unacceptable to leave these little rescue dogs in a garage or outside while their families are gone for short or long periods of time. We recommend crating these little dogs in the house or confining to a small gated area while their people are gone for short periods of time. At first the rescue dog should be confined to a small gated area within the home until you are comfortable leaving them free in the house. Please remember all people involved with PJ's Small Dog Rescue are non-paid volunteers and we are only interested in what is in the best interest of the dog you are interested in. PJ's Small Dog Rescue adoptions range from $100 to $400, with a few exceptions.
PJs Small Dog Rescue P.O. Box 455
Between Sacramento, Stockton, & Bay Area
Isleton, CA 95641
Phone: 916 777-6757