Adoptable Pets

Eastwood Ranch Rescues

Below you will find pets that ERF has rescued from shelters around Southern California. If you are looking for a pet or know someone who is, please consider one of our rescues. These pets deserve a second chance. Please share this adoptable pets page where ever and when ever you can with your family and friends. With your help we can save the lives of many pets one at a time. If you are interested in adopting one of our pets, please use one of the forms below on this page. You can either download a printable PDF form, or you can use our online form. Thank you! (Please note: We can only work with adoptions in Southern California.) Adoption Fees: Dog - $300;  Cat - $175 (1 fee for two cats, if adopted at the same time)

Interested in adopting one of our pets?

Find your new pet , fill out an application online, we will contact you via email within 24 to 48 hours, meet and greet the pet, home check and finalization of adoption agreement and fee at time of home check.

Pet Adoption Application PDF Form Download For Printing



Domestic Longhair
Josie is a beautiful black and white domestic longhair female cat. She’s approximately a year old, spayed, microchip, healthy and vaccinated. She can be a little shy at first but warms up quickly. She’s sweet & mellow. She loves treats and is very motivated by food.


Australian Cattle Dog / Shepherd Mix
Zoe is a super sweet 2 year old Australian Cattle Dog/Australian Shepherd mix. She's very friendly and loves people. She prefers the company of smaller dogs to bigger dogs. Ideally she would be happiest in a home where she would be the only dog and be the focus of attention. She knows basic commands and has had some obedience training. Because cattle dogs are an active breed, she needs a home with a yard and preferably an active adopter who can give her adequate daily exercise (i.e. running or hiking). She is current on vaccinations, spayed and microchipped. She weighs approx 35 lbs


Border Collie / Rat Terrier Mix
Buddy is a 2 year old male border collie/rat terrier mix available for adoption. When we first rescued him he was feral and avoided contact with humans.. After months of rehabilitation in a foster home, Buddy has transformed into a sweet affectionate little guy who enjoys cuddling on the couch, going on walks, trips to the park, and car rides. He is till shy when first meeting someone new but he will actively approach people and initiate contact and take treats from their hands. He really bonds with other dogs so we are only looking to place him in a home that has an existing dog. Buddy also has separation anxiety so he would be an ideal dog for someone who is newly retired, works from home or can bring their dog to the work. When left alone he will have to be crated otherwise he will try to escape. He would not be a good candidate for a home with very young children, but ok with older kids as needs a calmer home. Not good with cats. Buddy is neutered, vaccinated and microchipped. He weighs approx 20 lbs.


DSH Calico
Mazzy is a beautiful domestic shorthaired black and orange calico female. Aprox 10-12 weeks old,She has yet to be spayed but she is healthy, vaccinated and microchipped. ERF will cover the spay & coordinate with the adopter when she is ready. she is very playful and loving, good with other cats and OK with dogs.


Shepherd Mix
Billy Ray is a very sweet and gentle shepherd mix. He is approximately 7 years old, 75 lbs, neutered, vaccinated, micro chipped and healthy. He is in good physical condition for his age, good around other dogs and seems good with children. Not cat tested. He is very loving & kind.


Labrador/Retriever/Staffordshire Terrier Mix
Darby is a two year old Chocolate Labrador Retriever/Staffordshire terrier mix looking for a forever home. She's a sweet girl that's looking for someone to love her. She is good with other dogs and likes to play. She knows some basic commands and knows how to walk on a leash. She weighs approx 50 lbs.


New Pet Adoption Packet

New Pet Adopters Helpful Information Sheets

We want to help your new family members get off to a great start with some adoption materials. Below you will find information that you can print to help you start out on the right paw. Our lists are courtesy of our great partner

Welcoming Your New Dog Home

This sheet provides helpful tips on welcoming your new dog home, introducing him to new family members, helping him get settled in and more.


Welcoming Your New Cat Home

This sheet provides helpful tips on welcoming your new cat home, introducing her to new family members, helping her get settled in and more.

New Adopter Shopping List for Dogs and Cats

What supplies are needed when adopting a new dog or cat? Make sure newly adopted dogs and cats have everything they need to be happy, healthy and safe in their new home.

Dog Health and Contact Sheet

Keep important contacts handy and track health information, such as vaccines, medical history and more.

Cat Health and Contact Sheet

Keep important contacts handy and track health information, such as vaccines, medical history and more.