Clifford the Rescue Dog Ready for Adoption - NBC 7 San Diego

Clifford the Rescue Dog Ready for Adoption

After his rescue from an 80-foot fall, the three-month Chihuahua needs a home



    Clifford, the dog rescued earlier this month after falling more than 80 feet down a cliff, is ready for adoption.

    The three-month-old Chihuahua fell near Ladera Street at Sunset Cliffs on Jan. 11. 

    The dog didn't have any identification tags when lifeguards rescued him from the sand and rock at the bottom of the cliff. 

    Now that Clifford is ready to be placed into a permanent home, the county's Department of Animal Services is accepting applications until Saturday, Feb. 2.

    Clifford the Rescue Dog Needs a Home

    [DGO] Clifford the Rescue Dog Needs a Home
    The three-month old puppy that fell off a cliff in Ocean Beach earlier this month is also up for adoption.
    (Published Tuesday, Jan. 29, 2013)

    Fill out an application or get more information on the county's website. Applications found under "Special Adoption Application" can be printed from the website and faxed to (619) 767-2706 or mailed to the Department of Animal Services at 5480 Gaines St., San Diego, CA 92110, with the words Attention: Clifford Adoption.

    The forms can also be delivered to any of the three County animal shelters.

    The fee to become Clifford's new owner is $69.

    Puppy Rescued After 80-Foot Fall

    [DGO] Puppy Rescued After 80-Foot Fall
    A small puppy was rescued by lifeguards Friday, Jan. 11 after it fell down a cliff in Sunset Cliff. Elena Gomez reports
    (Published Friday, Jan. 11, 2013)

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