Love and Second Chance for Vicky

Love and Second Chance for Vicky


Ruby Dooby Do to the Rescue

Each month, I feature a hard to place dog in foster care to give them extra exposure to find their forever home.

January 27, 2019 — Two-year-old Vicky was rescued along with her puppies when they were found abandoned on the side of the road with no food, water and shelter. This sweet 22-pound Papillion/terrier mix is great with kids, dogs and cats and would make a wonderful family pet. Her small size makes her a good candidate for a home with a small yard. She deserves a loving home because poor Vicky clearly did not have a good life prior to rescue as noted by an embedded collar scar that encircles her neck.
Vicky will need someone that has time to devote to training as she is still working on being crate-trained and potty-trained. But she has made great progress on learning to walk on the leash. She is spayed, vaccinated, microchipped and a pawsitively special dawg. Her adoption fee is $360. To meet this loving dog and find out if you are a good match for each other, fill out an adoption application at (allow a few days for review).
San Ramon-based Love & Second Chances (LSC) was founded in 2012 and supports adoptions throughout the Bay Area and beyond. This foster-based rescue operates both a local and international program. Their team consists of compassionate individuals who embrace the rescue’s motto: “No one said it would be easy, they only said it would be worth it.”
LSC is always looking for fosters who are interested in opening their homes to their rescues and they also welcome donations.

Editors Note: Ruby Dooby Do is Concord’s Instagram celebrity with more than 72,400 followers. Special thanks to Jill Hedgecock, Program Coordinator, Mount Diablo Branch of the California Writers Club for her help in translating canine for this article.

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