How to Adopt:

Demand has really increased for our pups, so we have now added an online Adoption Application! We have tried hard to keep it is short as possible, but we take adoptions seriously, and have serious questions to ask. Please complete our Adoption Application and we will get back to you by phone ASAP!

Thank you, and WOOOF!

Featured Dog, LOLA:


Adoption Fees

Free Animal Doctor is a 501(c)3 charity, and incorporated as a non-profit in the State of California. We ask for a $300 donation with each adoption. This is a donation, and may be tax-deductible for you.

Not all the dogs at our event are available through Free Animal Doctor. Some are with other rescue organizations we partner with. Typically their conditions are the similar, but may vary slightly.

Available dogs


Autumn was a stray dog living in an industrial area in Los Angeles. Another one of our FAD volunteers decided to go try and get Autumn. FAD got her and did an physical exam and she was cleared. After a few weeks Autumn was still showing behavioral issues and not acting right. We took her into the vet again and she got a full body x-ray where the doctor saw BB's in her neck and shoulder. Her BB's were removed but she is a little skittish and shy around people. She will be better with older kids and in a calm environment.


Quick Facts:

Female- Shepherd Chow Mix- 55 pounds - 6 years old

Would like to be in a quiet home. Better with older kids.


One year old terrier dog found on the street. Scruffy came out of the shelter as Spanky. We have now renamed him to Scruffy. He is potty trained. Great with other dogs. He wants to sit on your lap. He doesn't require lots of energy, he likes to go for short walks.



One year old male.

Neutered. Up to date on shots.

11 pound but needs to add weight.


Terrier mix. Total character. Loves his walks.  Likes to watch out the window. Loves car rides. Probably best with kids over 8 years old. Can be with other dogs.  

Likes to sleep under the blankets!

Favorite hobby: licking human feet







Chi mix.  She was left outside so loves attention. Very loyal. Loves cuddles. Will walk right beside you.  Gets along with older kids.  Good in car.  Wants to be with you where ever you go.  She will make someone a great companion.


2-3 years old. 

18 pounds.




Valerie was found as a stray on the streets and had a broken jaw, which has healed completely. She’s a very loving and cuddly boxer pit mix. She gets along with every dog and likes to lay on top of them to make them be her friend. We have not cat tested her but she’s great with all kids and dogs. 

She prefers to be lounging on the couch but will always accepts play time with dogs. She loves the water and the beach. It brings her to life. She is roughly 2 years old but is not a high energy dog.



Peanut was found as a stray and owners never came forward for him. He seems to have been abused because he cowers when someone reaches to pet him. He is a very submissive and very sweet boy, most likely just under a year old. His foster mom is working with him to be more confident and  she has noted that he has zero aggression. So even with fear he's not a biter at all. He needs a home with lots of patience and understanding and a quiet home.



Annie came from the animal shelter. We don't know too much about her history but we do know that she trusts people right away and she needs to be with someone most of the time at the beginning so she doesn't feel like she's being abandoned. Once she realizes she's part of the family she settles down and flourishes into the sweetest and confident girl.  She's potty trained and she is very vocal when she needs to go out or when she's hungry. She loves being a lap dog so if she can curl up on your lap or even near you she's content.