Hooks Home Bound  Rescue Pre-adoption Holds

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Medical Holds

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Our medical holds are in place so we can ensure that each and every pet gets the medical attention they need! A medical hold gives us time to address any medical need they may have, ie. spaying or neutering, shots, or micro chipping.  Some have individual issues we want to make sure are taken care of, too. Please note the medical needs each animal may have. 

Our Dogs on Medical Hold:

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Brook

Brook

Breed: Labrador/ Terrier mix

Age:5 Months

Sex: Female


Brook came to us after being rescued with her three siblings. She was hungry, tick infested, matted, and dirty. Emotionally locked up, and the runt, she struggled to shine on her own. Our rescue has now de-ticked her, bathed and groomed her, and been working on getting her over her fear. With the proper nutrition she is now receiving, she is growing properly and will be ready for adoption soon.


 

Brook receives her name, in Hooks Home Bound Rescue fashion, from a fallen tow truck driver named Delbert J. Brooks, who died in the line of duty.  In their memory, Hooks Home Bound Rescue names all our dogs (that come to us without one), to those that lost their lives on the job.

Always Remember ...

Slow Down and Move Over. Rescuers at Work!


Medical needs for Brook:

Micro-chip, Spay, and a thumbs up from our vet that she is perfectly healthy.


Brook is currently in training. She is being 

house trained, crate trained, and leash trained. She's a fast learner!


Home Placement:

When ready for adoption, Brook will be available to a medium or large sized home (a home with a medium sized property to a larger ranch style home).

She does great with other dogs her size, children and all adults. 



If you want to help us find her a forever home, you can make a donation in her name.  

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Israel

Israel

Age:3-6 years old
Breed: Jack Russell Terrier
Sex: Male
SPECIAL NEEDS: Deaf

Israel came to us as a Stray.  He had roamed into a mechanic shop in the city of Tustin, CA! After scanning for a chip and searching for an owner none was found! Being a Jack Russell he gets very attached to his owner and loves to be held. Even though he loves to be held he also loves to roam his property and take in all the smells. This perfect little boy just wants love 

Medical needs for Israel:

Shots, micro-chip, spay, and a clean bill of health from the doctor.


Home Placement:

When available for adoption, Izzy is suitable for any home (from a studio size apartment to larger ranch style home).

He does great with other dogs his size, children, and all adults. 



To sponsor Izzy, donate in his name. 

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Bob


Bob

Age:9-10 weeks old
Breed: Possible Min Pin/Pug/Chihuahua mix
Sex: Male


Bob came to us From our sister rescue for help.  He was originally rescued out of Tijuana Mexico! A perfect little small puppy that with the right home will flourish even with his bob tail.  This perfect little boy just wants love. 
Bob is named after Robin "Bob" C. Berry:
Robin Berry was inducted into the towing wall of fame.
Inducted: June 24, 1994

Family: Bob was born March 28, 1952 in Reno, Nevada. He married the former Sylvia Risban in August 1970 in Alameda, California. Together they have raised four daughters. Bob’s wife Syliva and his son-in-law are active in the family towing business.

History: In 1967, Bob worked as a second man on a towing and recovery team in Fairbanks, Alaska. He became a Shell Oil Dealer in 1970, purchased his first tow truck in 1976 and entered the towing industry, full time in 1978. Over the years, Bob has always been quick to serve in various industry posts, when called. Included among his service credentials are the following:

State Board of Directors, California Service Station Association – 1975-1980
President Greater Bay Area Chapter, California Tow Truck Association – 1983
Chairman, California Tow Truck Association Convention – 1989
Member of the Year, California Tow Truck Association – 1989
First Vice President, California Tow Truck Association – 1989-1992
TRAA National Citizenship award, 1989 for his Distinguished Humanitarian Service to the community following the Oakland earthquake.
California Highway Patrol Tow Service Agreement Committee, 1987 to date
Appointed to the Emergency Roadside Assistance Advisory Committee by Governor Pete Wilson in 1992, where he continues to serve.
Founding Chairman of the “Bay Area Citizens Against Drugs” for which he raised over $15,000.
Trustee, Friends of Towing – 1993-1976
Bob Berry is a dedicated member and supporter of both the California Tow Truck Association and Friends of Towing. He is often called on to assist CTTA in its continuing education program with both light and heavy duty instruction. He is an advocate of the Friends of Towing Museum program and recently participated in the organizational meeting in Chattanooga, Tennessee. Bob has actively supported the mission of Friends of Towing with both his time and talent and is one of the few Sustaining Members of the society.

Bob is a true “Friend of Towing

Medical needs for Bob:

Shots, micro-chip, Neuter, and a clean bill of health from the doctor.


Home Placement:

When available for adoption, Bob is suitable for any home (from a studio size apartment to larger ranch style home).

He does great with other dogs his size, children, and all adults. 



To sponsor Bob, donate in his name. 


 

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Aubrey


Aubrey

Age:9-10 weeks old
Breed: Possible Min Pin/Pug/Chihuahua mix
Sex: Female


Aubrey came to us From our sister rescue for help.  He was originally rescued out of Tijuana Mexico! A perfect little small puppy that with the right home will flourish..  This perfect little girl just wants love. 
Aubrey was named after:
AUBREY B. COLLIER Mr. Collier was driving on a main thoroughfare through Nashville when he hit a saw horse where work was being done. He lost control of the wrecker and hit a telephone pole and a wall. He was pronounced dead on arrival at the hospital.

Medical needs for Aubrey:

Shots, micro-chip, Spay, and a clean bill of health from the doctor.


Home Placement:

When available for adoption, Aubrey is suitable for any home (from a studio size apartment to larger ranch style home).

She does great with other dogs her size, children, and all adults. 



To sponsor Aubrey, donate in her name. 

 

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