First Louisiana Flood Dog Adopted in San Diego

The dogs (and cat) arrived by private plane to Gillespie Field on September 23 after being separated from their families in Louisiana

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Rancho Coastal Humane Society

After being rescued from Louisiana flooding late last month, 65 dogs and one cat are looking for new homes in San Diego. 

Families lined up at the Rancho Coastal Humane Society Friday morning to meet the flood dogs, and by the end of the day one dog, Beckett, had gone to his new home and others have pending applications – families that need to come back with their kids or with a dog they already have.

The dogs (and cat) arrived by private plane to Gillespie Field on September 23 after being separated from their families during the floods in Louisiana. Some of the families had to relinquish their pets because there was no room in shelters.

There were families lined up to meet the Louisiana Flood dogs when your Rancho Coastal Humane Society opened this morning.

The other animals are still available for adoption.

They have all been examined by a vet, received necessary vaccinations and been spayed or neutered. 

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