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Animal advocacy, welfare and rescue.

Eastwood Ranch Foundation is a non-profit Southern California based Animal Welfare and Rescue Organization. We rescue domestic animals from high kill shelters around our community along with supporting other vetted local rescues and providing care until a forever home is found. Besides local animal rescue, ERF works on behalf of any and all animal welfare causes by helping raise awareness, educating, campaigning/petitioning for Animals throughout the United States and beyond.  Our goal is to support abused, neglected and unwanted animals throughout the world. Learn More About Us

I'm TJ – Take Me Home!
Adopt TJ Today!

TJ" is a beautiful, sweet shepherd mix approx 2 years old He's neutered, vaccinated and healthy He's dog friendly(especially with females) and cat friendly too He would make a great family dog as he's very friendly & easy going 

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Zorro Needs a Home

My name is Zorro I'm a sweet,beautiful 10 lb white male poodle Aprox 1-1/2 yrs old I'm happy,playful & healthy I have been neutered and vaccinated I love other dogs & seem ok with cats I was rescued from the street to Tijuana and I'm now looking for my forever home in Southern California Fill out our adoption online application right now. More info on Zorro

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Adopt one of our rescues!

We have some great new rescues that could use your help! Check out our Adoptable Pets page and see who needs a home, and also find our online adoption application form if you are interested.  You can also email us if you are interested. Our rescues will also be listed on Petfinder.com and adopt a pet.com

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Donations to ERF will go to our continuing efforts to rescue animals around southern California.

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