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Archer

Archer was found as a puppy in Uganda while my friend was on deployment with his SEAL team. He trained him to be the camp guard dog and even sniff out explosives. Archer was a good camp guard dog and always alerted them when people would prob their perimeter for weaknesses. He brought him back to Virginia Beach after his deployment. The following deployment he found Daisy the other dog you see in the pictures and they have become a bonded pair. Archer is a good dog and very loyal. He wants to be around you and loves running around outside. He’s quite a runner when he has the zoomies.

***Home To Home is a platform that connects people looking to rehome or foster their pets with interested adopters or fosters. The pets featured are not animals at San Diego Humane Society and require direct communication with their caregivers through Home To Home. It is the responsibility of the individuals who express interest in a particular pet listed on these pages to obtain and verify information about the pet’s medical, behavior, and bite history. All information contained in the pets’ description page has been provided by their caregiver. San Diego Humane Society does not verify the accuracy of the information provided.

Dogs and cats rehomed within San Diego County may be eligible for spay or neuter services. Please contact us at communitysupport@sdhumane.org once rehoming is complete to take advantage of this offer. Animals posted to this site should not have rehoming or fostering fees. If fees are requested, please reach out to communitysupport@sdhumane.org ***

Daisy

Daisy was found in Uganda as a puppy by a close friend while deployed with his SEAL Team. He brought her home to Virginia Beach along with the other dog you see in the picture, Archer. They were both rescued in Africa. Daisy is a really chill dog. She loves being pet and cuddled. She loves walks and is great with kids.

***Home To Home is a platform that connects people looking to rehome or foster their pets with interested adopters or fosters. The pets featured are not animals at San Diego Humane Society and require direct communication with their caregivers through Home To Home. It is the responsibility of the individuals who express interest in a particular pet listed on these pages to obtain and verify information about the pet’s medical, behavior, and bite history. All information contained in the pets’ description page has been provided by their caregiver. San Diego Humane Society does not verify the accuracy of the information provided.

Dogs and cats rehomed within San Diego County may be eligible for spay or neuter services. Please contact us at communitysupport@sdhumane.org once rehoming is complete to take advantage of this offer. Animals posted to this site should not have rehoming or fostering fees. If fees are requested, please reach out to communitysupport@sdhumane.org ***

Griffey

12 years old; former owners new wife would not keep dog. I volunteered to accept rehoming Griffey. House trained, Obedient, has a tail that will almost wag off. Breaks out into spontaneous play in the back yard with a dog toy. Still learns new tricks. Loves walks. Have had her 7 months but work travel interferes with keeping a dog. Delightful disposition.

Mirabel

Mirabel is a 30 lb., spayed female, who is about 2 years old. She was a stray, but our best guess is that she is Basenji mixed with a larger Shepherd type dog. Mirabel would do best with someone who wants a walking/play buddy, but not a super friendly attention-loving Labrador. She won’t climb in your lap but likes to sit by your feet.

Mirabel loves running, chasing, tug, and flirt pole games. She will happily protect your property from squirrels. She would do better in a home with a large yard or some property to explore. We have a small yard and if Mirabel escapes she ignores all commands, runs around exploring the neighborhood, then comes home hours later for dinner.

Mirabel is fully house and crate trained. She sleeps in the crate and only whimpers if you run the dishwasher or vacuum. She stays off furniture and is pretty chill and happy to just be near her people. Mirabel likes a quick pet but doesn’t demand a lot of attention. She only chews her toys and leaves our stuff alone. She is super food motivated and cannot be trusted left alone with human food.

She is reactive towards other dogs but we think this is from lack of exposure. We don’t know how she would do with a cat – she just barks when she sees them. She once too gleefully tried to herd a group of mule deer.

I don’t recommend she go to a home with younger children. She is fine around kids but can get over excited when they get loud or rowdy. She starts barking, nipping, and trying to herd them.

Mirabel is a unique, independent, little goofball but she’s not working out with our young daughter and limited space.

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