Savannah 2720
Savannah 2720 Savannah 2720
Willie 2829
Willie 2829 Willie 2829
Dulce 2827
Dulce 2827 Dulce 2827
Vivian 2826
Vivian 2826 Vivian 2826
Polly 2824
Polly 2824 Polly 2824
McDreamy 2620
McDreamy 2620 McDreamy 2620
Freddie 2818
Freddie 2818 Freddie 2818
Josie 2817
Josie 2817 Josie 2817
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One of our sweet mutts

Chloe 2552

Pomeranian | Female | Size: small (6-20 lbs)

Chloe 2552

Chloe is as sweet as the day is long. She is a lap warmer to boot, and a lady through and through. This little looker delights in having her hair brushed, and also likes to lay on her back and be cradled like a baby. Chloe is an incredibly lovable dog, full of personality and spunk. She really appreciates opportunities to explore her surroundings and to stop now and again to and smell the flowers. Chloe would like to be your BFF and is a wonderful co-pilot, ready and willing to partner with you on errands, supervise you while you are on the computer, and greet the neighbors with you on walks. If you’re doing it, she’s there for you!

This precious little lady was lost, found alone on the streets of LA. She was brought to the shelter there, where she stole the hearts of everyone. A group of staff and volunteers worked hard to help ensure she had a second chance at life. They networked, pledged, fostered, and finally then were able to transport her all the way here to Muttville in San Francisco.

Chloe is estimated to be 9 years old and weights about 12 pounds.

Upcoming Events

Meet Our Mutts at our Headquarters!

Saturday, Jan 31, 12:00 - 3:00PM

Muttville Headquarters, 255 Alabama St. (corner of 16th), San Francisco map

Get free love at LOVE A SENIOR SATURDAY at Muttville HQ

We are incredibly excited to introduce you to the adorable mutts of Muttville!! Come check us out and meet our sweet mutts who are still looking for their forever homes. One might just be your next best friend!

Drop by any time. And if there’s a adorable mutt on our website that has already snagged your attention, let us know you’re coming so we can make sure that particular cutie-pie is there to meet you!

Email adoptions@muttville.org to learn more!

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Meet Our Mutts at our New Headquarters!

Sunday, Feb 1, 12:00 - 3:00PM

Muttville Headquarters, 255 Alabama St. (corner of 16th), San Francisco map

Get free love at LOVE A SENIOR SUNDAY at Muttville HQ

We are incredibly excited to introduce you to the adorable mutts of Muttville!! Come check us out and meet our sweet mutts who are still looking for their forever homes. One might just be your next best friend!

Drop by any time. And if there’s a adorable mutt on our website that has already snagged your attention, let us know you’re coming so we can make sure that particular cutie-pie is there to meet you!

Email adoptions@muttville.org to learn more!

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Haute Dog | SF doggy runway fashion show benefits Muttville!

Friday, Feb 6

San Francisco Design Center, 101 Henry Adams St., SF map

Haute Dog | SF doggy runway fashion show benefits Muttville!

Come one, come all! On Friday, February 6, fashion history will once again be made. San Francisco’s chicest pooches will strut their stuff on the catwalk, (or is it dogtrot?) as they showcase couture outfits designed specifically for them by some of the Bay Area’s most prominent interior designers with exquisite fabrics provided by showrooms at the San Francisco Design Center. Trust us, you’ll be howling with delight as these doggie divas work the runway.

Hosted by the one and only Mr. Fashion, Wilkes Bashford and Muttville’s own Sherri Franklin, Haute Dog | SF 4 offers fashion forward hounds struttin’ their stuff on the runway and benefits dogs over 7 rescued by Muttville Senior Dog Rescue!Special runway guests are Jane Wiedlin & Gina Schock from The Go Go’s and KGO Radio’s Ronn Owens and his family’s Muttville dog, Tootsie!

Haute Dog SF includes great Haute Dog SF includes great wine, bites and a raffle as well as Posh Pup Lane, a shopping emporium of doggie delights!

Turn out in support of Muttville Senior Dog Rescue! Get your tickets before it sells out! http://www.eventbrite.com/e/haute-dog-sf-4-a-doggie-runway-fashion-show-tickets-1509439775

Posh Pup Lane participants include: Happy Hounds Massage, J’Adore le Chien , Wellspring Pets/ Bionic Bones, Wag Hotels, Georgygirl Boutique, www.VetPronto.com, www.mydogcollage.com, Pawsitive Tails Dog Training, Dog Patch SF climbing rope leashes, Petcube.com: Stay connected to your pets when you are not at home, The Pawington, and Toni’s Kitty Rescue

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Meet Our Mutts at our Headquarters!

Saturday, Feb 7, 12:00 - 3:00PM

Muttville Headquarters, 255 Alabama St. (corner of 16th), San Francisco map

Get free love at LOVE A SENIOR SATURDAY at Muttville HQ

We are incredibly excited to introduce you to the adorable mutts of Muttville!! Come check us out and meet our sweet mutts who are still looking for their forever homes. One might just be your next best friend!

Drop by any time. And if there’s a adorable mutt on our website that has already snagged your attention, let us know you’re coming so we can make sure that particular cutie-pie is there to meet you!

Email adoptions@muttville.org to learn more!

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Meet Our Mutts at our New Headquarters!

Sunday, Feb 8, 12:00 - 3:00PM

Muttville Headquarters, 255 Alabama St. (corner of 16th), San Francisco map

Get free love at LOVE A SENIOR SUNDAY at Muttville HQ

We are incredibly excited to introduce you to the adorable mutts of Muttville!! Come check us out and meet our sweet mutts who are still looking for their forever homes. One might just be your next best friend!

Drop by any time. And if there’s a adorable mutt on our website that has already snagged your attention, let us know you’re coming so we can make sure that particular cutie-pie is there to meet you!

Email adoptions@muttville.org to learn more!

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Woofs - Daily life at Muttville

Success Story "Billy Boy"

Success Story "Billy Boy"

You’ve heard of foster failures. Did you know we also have transport failures? Thanks to Robbie, one of Muttville’s own, whose failure ended up becoming a success named Billy Boy:

Billy Boy – The Story of a Transporter Failure

by Robbie Lee

As luck would have it, I received an email from Muttville to see if I could transport an overweight, chubby, cutie, pattotie, Pomeranian, from Placerville SPCA, who had been abused/tortured by some neighborhood kids. SPCA contacted Muttville to step in, as this little guy, had a partially collapsed trachea, overweight, exsessive cough and other health issues, and SPCA worried of his adoptability. Of course they knew of the Magic of Muttville and that they would find this little chubby guy a great home. I was instructed to transport this guy to Sherri’s house, where dogs are sometimes fostered to assess their condition and get extra special care when there are extenuating health issues etc. I was very excited that I was going to be a “transporter” for Muttville.

The transporter from SPCA rolled up, opened the door and out popped the fattest, little Pomeranian; so plump it felt like his belly would pop! He was so excited and funny. I knew immediately that he was a really special guy. He was quite anxious and panting a lot on the drive. I wanted to

comfort the little pom but knew it was not safe to have him on my lap, so I stuck my fingers in the crate and he began to lick them. This really helped him from the constant panting and the little whining he was doing. Whenever he would start, I just stuck my fingers right back in and he’d lick away!

After an hour and half drive, we all arrived at Sherri’s house and boy oh boy, was the mutt house hold excited. No one could believe how cute he was and Sherri knew too how special this little guy was.

How could this little guy be so happy after what he went through!?? Sherri said, “What should we call him?” I said, “How about Billy?” (After my special 87 year old human friend Billy) She replied, “Yes! Billy Boy”. Billy Boy remained at Mutt Mansion for the next couple months getting healthy, on the right medications to help with his cough and lose some weight. He was a whopping 18.5 pounds when he arrived in San Franisco.

My special needs clumber boy was healing nicely from his knee surgeries and slowly gained more access to the house. I noticed he didn’t do that well alone all day and started thinking about getting him a brother. Well I couldn’t think of any better cutie pie to adopt then, yes, you guessed it, Billy Boy.

Billy Boy was down to 14.4 pounds when he left Muttville and is now at 11.5 pounds. He is doing very well and he and his big brother are learning a lot from each other.

What a great 2014 and how lucky that I got to transport Billy Boy, name him, and adopt him… a true “meant to be”. Thank you Muttville from all of us and the best new year to you everyone at Muttville!!

Robbie, Billy Boy, and Mr. Sexy Paws



Are you the proud parent of a Muttville dog? Send us your story! Include 3 of your favorite photos and send to success_stories@muttville.org with the subject line ‘Success Story’.

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