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LOST DOG: Female 10 Month Old Golden Retriever, Laguna Mountain 4-23-15

4-23-15 Lost Dog Golden Retriever Casey Laguna Mountain

4-23-15 LOCATION_DESCRIPTION: 10 month old golden retriever named Casey ran off with her blue handled retractable leash still attached. She bolted and broke the tether. We were at the Mount Laguna El Prado Campground. Her leather collar has a tag with her name and my number. She’s very furry, we hope she survived this cold, rainy, foggy and windy storm! We’ve searched over and over. I hope someone has her!

NAME: Laura Mueller

EMAIL: Lmsmile1@gmail.com

TELEPHONE: 619-454-5046

TYPE: Lost

DATE_STAMP: 04/23/2015

TIME_STAMP: 2:30pm

Local Hero Mr. McEvoy Visits Alpine Library’s Pre-school Storytime

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Local Hero Mr. McEvoy Visits Alpine Library’s Pre-school Storytime

This week our Library’s Local Hero was Mr. Jon McEvoy, Principal of Joan MacQueen Middle School (JMMS)! Every Wednesday, the Alpine Library holds Preschool Storytime at 10:30 am. Once a month, we feature a special Local Heroes Storytime starring Community Helpers.

As Mr. McEvoy read the classic, The Very Hungry Caterpillar, to the children, he invited them to help place figures on the flannel board. He also read a rhyming book, Principal Fred Will Not Go to Bed, about a principal who needs his teddy bear to fall asleep. After a rousing version of “Heads, Shoulders, Knees and Toes” he spent some quality chatting with the kids while they colored, and calculated how many years until they’ll be students at JMMS.

Thanks, Mr. McEvoy, we enjoyed your visit!

 

Elisabeth Newbold
Librarian I
Alpine Branch
San Diego County Library
619-659-8390

Pet Adoption Page 4-23-15: Your New BEST FRIEND is IN HERE!

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This Page is sponsored by Barons Market in Alpine

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PETS AVAILABLE FOR ADOPTION THIS WEEK

 

 

 

mayaCO-FOSTER WANTED for “Maya” 2 Year old Female Golden Retriever

This is my foster dog Maya. She is special needs, as she has to be fed in upright position due to a malfunctioning esophogus I am looking for a part-time co-foster for her because I working on selling my house and occasionally have to go out of town. Sometimes I just need a break too. Please watch the following video about her and her condition and if you’d be interested in helping foster her part time, maybe a couple days a week or if she could even just come over when I have an open house or something. She’s very very friendly and loving.
It would be best if you had no other dogs because of her food and water issues explained in the video

Please watch the ENTIRE following 6 minute video to see Maya’s joyful soul, and how her ME is managed.  http://youtu.be/9WYzbJIwfuI

Contact: Judy Mancini
(619)417-1747
Descanso, Ca.
PawfectFureverHomes@outlook.com

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“Nova”- Foster Adoption

Pretty Pittie Seeking Soul Mate in Alpine

Nova is a 2yr old Blue Nose Pitbull. She is spayed & Licensed in San Diego. She is incredibly smart, loving, & dedicated and is a total “People Dog” with a Great Attitude!

Nova’s Requirements:
Nova needs an experienced, responsible individual, couple, or family to make a lifelong commitment. She has dominant Female Energy with Limited Cat/Small Pet Experience, so I believe that she would thrive in a home w/ NO other pets. Secure Yard/Kennel with lots of time to play, finish her training, & build a bond with her loyal heart. Anyone interested must be open to a “home check” to ensure Nova will be safe, happy, & there to stay FOREVER :-)

Please call Cristen at (619) 885-8232 to learn more about this very special dog!!

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Roxie_Face“Roxy” – Foster  Adoption

Snuggles & Kisses are her specialty!

Our family has been fostering Roxy for several months now and have fallen in love with her and want nothing more than to be her “Forever Home” but circumstances beyond our control are not making that possible :-( We have been so blessed and amazed by this beauty and because she means so much to us, we are doing everything we can to find that perfect family for her.

Roxy is an extremely smart and lovable 3 year old Staffordshire Terrier-Australian Shepherd mix. She is incredibly devoted and will show lots of love with cuddles, kisses and snuggles in bed. Roxy loves to chase a tennis ball, soccer ball, or really any ball for that matter…fetch is her game! She is extremely athletic and would be a perfect fit for a person who loves to be active but she also enjoys calm time at home. If you are looking for a hiking or jogging companion, Roxy is your girl!

Roxy is also incredibly calm, well mannered and well trained, we walk nearly 3 miles with her daily and she is perfect on the leash. She is also very attentive and learns very quickly. She can pick up tricks and commands within a day and is very eager to please.  Once you meet her, she will quickly become your best friend.  Roxy loves her humans and makes an amazing indoor dog because she is perfectly housebroken (recently we taught her to ring a bell when she needs to go outside) and has a very subdued, calm demeanor in the home, but loves to go outside for her playtime! She is also a huge fan of rope toys but NEVER CHEWS her human’s belongings.

She is great with kids 4 years and older, but we have not really tested her with any younger children yet. She is also great with our cat!

If you are an active person who is looking for a companion to play with during the day and relax and cuddle with at night, Roxy is your girl. While she does totally love the companionship of other dogs, she is a dominant female and we feel it would be better for her to be in a home with either only 1 other larger breed male dog or be the one-and-only “spoiled dog” :-). Whoever brings this girl into their lives will soon find out what an incredible blessing she is. She brightens our day and we know she will bring light to your life with her total devotion and love.

Please contact: Lindsay Brookshire 619-993-3745 or Lindsayb@propertpl.com

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Bonita 010“Bonita” Female Boxer Mix – Foster Adoption

Bonita is a very sweet female Boxer Mix who was rescued and is now ready for her forever home.  She is 4 years old, spayed, and up to date with her shots.  Bonita weighs about 60 lbs.  She is wonderful with people and children.  She does like some dogs.  She is very playful and enjoys walks and attention.  She would make a good companion who likes to ride in your car and go places or just stay home and relax with your family, just grateful for affection.  A home visit will be done to help ensure that Bonita is the right fit and her new family is happy to give her a forever home.  Bonita’s re-homing fee is $75.”

Pam Lawless Pam.Lawless@gcccd.edu

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Two Beautiful Male Siberian Huskies Looking for a Fun Home! – Foster Adoption

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About a month ago, Three sweet Husky pups were apparently dumped near our house in Boulevard and decided to stay on with us. We posted a “Found” ad on Craigslist, and asked around, but no owners responded.  We’ve since found a home for one, and unfortunately need to find a home for the two others since our lives are just too complicated right now to keep them.  It would be preferable to keep them together, since they seem like pretty good buddies, but a well-suited family for each would be wonderful as well.

Both full-grown, the white one, Ghost, seems a bit older than the other, Brightey (blue right eye — you can thank my husband for the names), who appears to be fairly young.  They are sweet and LIVELY, untrained (but show promise), and they need a lot of exercise — at least two walks/jogs a day.  A large property would be ideal for them to frolic in when they can’t be out on a walk.

If you or anyone you know are interested or have any questions about one or both of these dogs or their suitability to a specific setting or people, please call/text/email me.  We are dying to find them a better life than we can give them, and don’t want them to end up at a shelter to possibly be killed. We are asking a (negotiable) re-homing fee for each to recover fostering costs. To make sure the dogs go to good homes, we’ll write up an adoption contract if you decide to adopt.

Contact: Laila 408.332.6303  EMAIL ME HERE

 

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2 year old Heeler Mix “Katie” – Foster Adoption

Katie is a wonderful shelter dog I have been fostering and needs a family to love her. She is a two year old Heeler and Heinz 57 mix. She has had all her shots and is spayed. She loves children and other dogs and is very playful and affectionate, Stocky and solid build. “Katie” would love to join your family!

Please call Susan Lancaster at 619-445-0403 or EMAIL ME HERE

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Tiffany Ritchler_Bulldog-Rott Mix_11-20-14 1 year old American Bulldog/Rottweiler Mix -Foster Adoption

Meet one of my foster dags!  1 year old American bulldog/rottweiler mix. Really sweet and pretty dog that loves dogs and kids. He is 50lbs and has had all shots and is neutered. His Re-homing fee of$100.

CONTACT: Tiffany Richley – Foster Dog Mom 619-384-4389
EMAIL ME

 

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Shelter Pet Partners Rescue

A 501(c)(3) No Kill Animal Rescue
“A Loving Home Is A Forever Home!”​

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“Diamond” is a 1 year old spayed Rottweiler.  She was saved from the Imperial County Animal Shelter.
She is great with other dog (all sizes) and wonderful with cats.  Extremely playful and would love a companion to play with.

 

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“Mumford” – Old English Bulldog

Meet Mumford a 2 year old English Bulldog.  Great with other dogs and cats. Very strong dog so will need an experienced handler, we are recommending a home without small children.  We picked him up from the shelter where he was under weight and had loss of hair from a  serious flea infestation and a secondary skin infection. He is now healing and his hair is growing back in. He is neutered, vaccinated, and micro chipped.  While Bulldogs are cute they are high maintenance and serious adopters should only inquire.

 

 

 

 

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“Gabe” & “Gracie”

These two cuties are being fostered by Natural Instincts Healthy Pet Center on Alpine Blvd. in Alpine. So if you are interested in them you are more than welcome to stop in and meet this darling brother and sister pair.  They need to be adopted together.  They have been vaccinated, altered, and micro chipped.

 

 

For more information please contact Angela Doss with Shelter Pet Partners
at (619) 212-6028 or EMAIL ME HERE

Visit our website at www.shelterpetpartners.org

 

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 Ricki_Cate Sacks_4-2015“Ricki”

Ricki, 1.5 yr old Corgi mix is a short yet stocky 16lbs.
This sweet, playful boy loves to go for walks, hikes
or just have cuddle time with the family!

CONTACT: Cate Sacks 619-813-1252
or email k9andk8@gmail.com

www.shelterdogstodreamdogs.com

 

Aaron_Eskimo Pom 4-9-15“Aaron”

Aaron is a 3 yr old American Eskimo/Pomeranian neutered male.
He is great with dogs, cats and kids. Weighs 20lbs.

CONTACT: Cate Sacks 619-813-1252
or email k9andk8@gmail.com

www.shelterdogstodreamdogs.com

 

 

 

More ways that we can help you find your “Dream Dog”….

Training and then Adoption
To learn more about the dogs that are currently in training prior to being available for adoption, please email me for pictures and information about these dogs.

Match Making
If you don’t know what type of dog, but you know you want a dog to fit your lifestyle or family, I am also happy to match a shelter dog to your home and lifestyle. Please email me with details about you, your home, lifestyle, family members, hours the dog will be left alone, size, breed (s), energy level, etc of your perfect dream dog and we will get to work to make your dreams come true!

 

final_bootcamp_logoWE ARE TAKING ENROLLMENTS FOR BOTH OUR ONE WEEK AND TWO WEEK BOOT CAMPS: Do you have a badly behaved, confused, forward, submissive, or just plain frustrating Dog?  We can help you with putting him on a much happier path.

 

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Happy Cat Rescue

(A division of Shelter Dogs to Dream Dogs)

 

For Adoption Information Please Contact:

Makena & Kitty 2014

Makena Sacks
EMAIL ME HERE
(619)-813-7025

www.ShelterDogsToDreamDogs.com

FOUND DOG: Young Yellow Lab Mix? Alpine Blvd. 4-23-15

4-23-15 Found Dog YEllow Lab Mix Alpine Special Treatment Center

4-23-15 I work at Alpine Special Treatment Center and found a lost puppy this morning. She looks like a yellow lab mix. Contact Jasson-(619) 659-3120 or Randi at (619) 871-7111.

61st Annual Carmelo Manuele Easter Pancake Breakfast was a HUGE Success!

61st Annual Carmelo Manuele Easter Pancake Breakfast was a HUGE success!

Alpine Kiwanis Easter Breakfast 2015_Kids DecoratingPlenty of happy children, tasty food, decorated eggs, the Viejas Band of Kumeyaay Indians and the Easter Bunny helped make the Alpine Kiwanis 61st Annual Carmelo Manuele Easter Pancake Breakfast lots of fun on April 5 in Alpine!

About 410 people, including a number of seniors, many families and friends in our community and at least 50 children, attended the big celebration at the Alpine Elementary School according to Alpine Kiwanis Club Member and Event Chairman, Charles Nelson. “We went through nine hundred pancakes, eleven hundred sausages, fourteen gallons of fruit juice, orange and apple, ample quantities of scrambled eggs and quantities of coffee and milk for kids.”

“Many Alpine Kiwanis Club Members helped make this event successful. We arrived at the school at 5:30 am, having set up the room the day before and everyone was done with cleanup by 1:30 pm. The Easter Bunny made an appearance and many pictures were taken of children (and adults) with the bunny. There were also special activities for the children including Easter egg hunts tailored for little ones, egg and cookie decoration and a rather cheerful group of breakfast eaters. Our wonderful Granite Hills High School Key Clubbers were a big help with the children’s activities as well as helping a lot in the dining room. The proceeds from this event will support a significant amount of the work we do for children and our community,” said Nelson.

The Viejas Band of Kumeyaay Indians is a major sponsor of this event and has a long tradition of sharing with the community as well as their brothers and sisters in Baja Norte. Their sponsorship of this Kiwanis event as well as others demonstrates that commitment to our community.

The annual Easter morning community tradition was started in 1954 by Carmelo Manuele, who was the club’s president. Manuele joined the new foothills Kiwanis club in 1951, 13 days after it started.

About Alpine Kiwanis
Always busy, the Kiwanis Club of Alpine is the third largest one in the California-Nevada-Hawaii Kiwanis district. Its nearly 130 members are known for their dedicated community service. Watch for more information on their next three annual club events — the Alpine Challenge charity bicycle ride, the Kiwanis Miracle Mile of Quarters Art Competition to help Rady Children’s Hospital and the annual Vintage Alpine wine and food tasting. Visit www.AlpineKiwanis.org for more information about Alpine Kiwanis activities or to join the organization.

Breakfast & Books at the Alpine Library – May 2, 2015

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Alpine Library Breakfast & Books – May 2, 2015 10:00 a.m. Presenters will talk about some of their favorite books while we enjoy breakfast. Copies of each book will be available for check-out. Bring a friend. This program is FREE!  Presenters will be Sarah Misquez from the Jacumba Library and Alice Turner from Alpine Library

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Soroptimist of Alpine Business Meeting – May 5, 2015

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Soroptimist of Alpine Business Meeting on May 5, 2015 at Donato’s (2654 Alpine Blvd.) Dinner at 5:30 pm and meeting begins at 6pm. Guests welcome! For more info please contact Patty Tweed at (619) 445-8266 or EMAIL HERE. Like our Facebook Page!

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LOST CAT: Male Tabby Named “Perdix”, Zumbrota Rd. Alpine 4-17-15

4-22-15 lost cat perdix Gina Mendola

Lost Male Tabby Cat named “Perdix”. He has been missing since Friday, April 17 from Zumbrota Road (near Anderson).

Please call Gina at (619) 757-0703

COMMUNITY ALERT: Fire Training Drills in East Alpine / Viejas Area – April 22-24, 2015

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Fire Training Today – Friday in East Alpine/ Viejas.

Use caution on East Alpine Blvd and in the Viejas area today. Fire crews from fire agencies though out San Diego County will be participating in annual wildland fire training. Crews will practice techniques and review safety training. It is expected that about

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The First New Interpretive Panels Have Been Installed at Wright’s Field!

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Our first new interpretive panels, highlighting our native grassland habitat, have been installed at Wright’s Field in Alpine!

Along with two beautiful new benches donated by Alpine Girl Scout Troop #6401, these signs will serve to educate visitors about our native grasslands and the history of our precious natural resources right here

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