Rescue Ranch

We are a small non-profit, no kill rescue for dogs. we operate on donations only, volunteers and proceeds from our boarding facility. We have had non-profit status since 2000 and opened a new facility in 2008. We have many partnerships with rescues and organizations outside the county and CA. AND we do it for the dogs!

Yreka, Ca,96097
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Email: [email protected]

Phone Number: (530) 842-0829



Shepherd | Central Point, OR

Age : 8 MonthsBabyFemaleLargeBrindle


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Adoption Fees


Meet Shindig

Puppy adoptions are $300. When you adopt a puppy from Rescue Ranch, she/he will have been raised in a home environment with one of our puppy foster families. Puppies will have been socialized to people and children, often other dogs, maybe cats. Before going home all of our puppies will have at least their first two puppy shots for parvo and distemper as well as other common illnesses.​ There will be a puppy wellness exam at about 8 weeks with our veterinarians at the Ashland Animal Medical Hospital. At 6-7 months, we will ensure through our veterinarians that they receive: All their adult vaccines including rabies. Deworming if necessary. Receive a microchip and be registered with 24PetWatch ( ). And they will be spayed or neutered by our veterinarian, or the adopting family provides Rescue Ranch with proof of spay-neuter from their veterinarian.  Learn more about this dog and others on our website at

Adoption Process
Application, Home check (can be via photos and google earth if more than 50 miles). Adoption donation $195.00 for adults, $295.00 for puppies. Includes all vaccinations, microchip, health check and spay/neuter. Discounts for Seniors, Senior dogs, military and special needs

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