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Local Pet Adoption Page 6-4-18: Meet “Ray Charles” and “Cinco & Ocho”

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This Page is sponsored by Barons Market in Alpine and features pets available for
adoption in Alpine and East County San Diego and is sponsored by Barons Market Alpine





I would like to see if I can find a home for one of my dogs. She needs a nice, quiet peaceful environment (one older person or couple who can devote all of their attention to her). Her name is Ollie. She is ten years old. We have had her since she was 1 year old (rescue). She is  very healthy, but overwhelmed at my house with all of the other animals, kids, etc.


Please call Gina Mendola at 619-757-0703 or EMAIL ME HERE if you are interested.




Ocho & Cinco

Ocho & Cinco are six week old brother and sister looking for their furever home thru the San Diego Humane Society and are being fostered by me here in Alpine.  Home checks will be completed.  They will be spayed and neutered with a clean bill of health.  They are litter box trained, UTD on vaccines and will be indoor kittys only and no declaw.  Call Marge Bettencourt at 619-445-2929 or EMAIL HERE






RayCharles is up for adoption through Second Chance Dog Rescue.  RayCharles is a four year old, 14lb White Poodle who is neutered, and micro-chipped, healthy, loves dogs and kittys.

RayCharles came from a high kill shelter in El Centro after his owner went into a nursing home.  RayCharles does not let his lack of eye sight get him down.

Call Maarge Bettencourt at 445-2929, or EMAIL HERE or check out his bio at for more info.

Adoption feeis $250.






“Sassy” the Sweet LOVE BUG

It’s heartbreaking that our Sassy has not found her forever human/family. In January we were so close. A family met Sassy and fell in love, they adopted her but returned her a few days later. The hopes was that she would make an emotional support dog for the families young son. But Sassy did not take to the family cats and began testing limits, her new family was unable to meet her need of a confident dog owner. Despite doing all the right things in preparing to bring her home.

Sassy has now been in foster care 490 days, she is a 7 yrs old Staffordshire Bull Terrier, when we found Sassy she loved her whole life outside chained to her doghouse/ used for breeding. Sassy lives with her foster mom Moira, who is also a dog trainer, in Lakeside, she is crate trained, knows basic commands, she loves walks and being outdoors.

Despite her past life Sassy is a love bug with lots of energy. She is a very smart girl who enjoys learning new things. Her exuberant energy needs a place to run around at times, and with clear direction from her human, she thrives. Sassy needs a home with the right human who has dog experience and who is able to set limits and boundaries with her. She would do best in a home with no cats, and is at her best as the only dog. With the right person who can give her the direction and she needs, she aims to please and has lots of love to give.

If you’d like to meet Sassy please call either Stephanie at 760-815-8464 or Sonnya at 619-249-3649 or email The Miracle Foundation SD at



“Zee Bee” Male Indoor / Outdoor Cat

I am looking for a home for this sweet boy.. He grew up as an indoor cat but for the last two years he has primarily been an outside cat. Comes in and out.. he is very lovable loves to snuggle. May need some time to adjust back to indoors. He’s fixed, just need someone that will love him and spend time with him adjusting, maybe an older companion ♡ please get the word out as I have very little time to find him a home.

I can be reached at 619.820.9866 or email me (Debi Cobian) HERE



Barn + Mice = CAT

Since 2015, Love Your Feral Friends has been been placing at risk felines in Barn Cat Programs. We are dedicated to saving the lives of fear cats who are impounded at animal control facilities and, for one reason or another, cannot be returned to their original habitats. These cats are healthy, sterilized, vaccinated, and in dire need of a new outdoor home, such as a barn, stable, garage, or warehouse.

These cats are typically not suitable to be indoor pets and have no desire to be lap cats. These are working cats, former street cats who are used to outdoor life, prefer minimal to no human contact, and who will happily tend to your mouse, mole, chipmunk, or vermin problems for the small cost of a bowl of cat food and water set out daily, and shelter in our garage or barn. And because we spay/neuter and vaccinate these cats prior to them coming to your farm, you never need to worry about endless litters of kittens!

We also have “Social kitties” available for adoption HERE (These cats and kittens are NOT available for adoption through our Barn Cat Program. They have been worked with by our wonderful foster volunteers and are ready for their fur-ever homes. They are looking for indoor only homes.)

For more information on how the barn cat program works, feel free to contact us at 760-542-8509 or email us at

Visit our website at



long-rectangle-banner-bar-green_natural-instinctsCurrent Pets Available for Adoption at Our Store
2109 Alpine Blvd., Alpine Ca 91901 (619) 445-1550

Natural Instincts Store front

For more info please feel free to come by our store and meet these sweet animals in person at 2109 Alpine Blvd., Alpine Ca 91901 (619) 445-1550 or Contact Angela Doss-Palmer at 619-212-6028 or email

KITTENS!!! (Available to meet at the store)
And a few of our Pups….. “Gigi LaRue” and “Aria”

“Gigi LaRue” 5 Month Old Border Collie Mix

“Aria” 4 Month Old Bassett Mix



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

Visit our website at


This 9yr old Pekinese has the energy of a pup. He was dumped at SD Animal Control and deserves a second chance. He is good with dogs and cats.

Contact Angela Doss-Palmer at 619-212-6028 or email



Adopt A Pet :: Shipwreck-Must Read - El Cajon, CA

Shipwreck-Must Read

Domestic Mediumhair

Male, Kitten

Adopt A Pet :: Dawson - fantastic lap cat! - El Cajon, CA

Dawson – fantastic lap cat!

Domestic Shorthair

Male, Adult

Adopt A Pet :: Shikitty (Blind) - El Cajon, CA

Shikitty (Blind)

Domestic Shorthair

Male, Adult

Adopt A Pet :: Spike - El Cajon, CA


Domestic Shorthair

Female, Young

Adopt A Pet :: Baby - El Cajon, CA



Male, Adult

Adopt A Pet :: Cocoa - El Cajon, CA



Female, Young

Adopt A Pet :: Ninja - El Cajon, CA


Domestic Shorthair

Male, Kitten

Adopt A Pet :: Kimi - El Cajon, CA


Domestic Shorthair

Female, Kitten

Adopt A Pet :: Nona - El Cajon, CA


Domestic Shorthair

Female, Kitten



It’s The Pits is a 501c3 canine rescue that coordinates the fostering and adoption of dogs that haven’t yet found their permanent home. We specialize in American Staffordshire Terriers (“Am Staffs”), Staffordshire Bull Terriers (“Staffy’s”), and American Pit Bull Terriers, but will do our best to help all breeds, often by referral to other local rescues that specialize in that type of dog. We work alongside our fosters to give the dogs a temporary and loving home before they are placed into permanent homes. We rescue dogs from various shelters, evaluate them, ensure they are healthy, and then match them with the appropriate family. We take pride in matching the best dog for the individual family that contacts us. We do this by matching the activity level of the dog to the family’s needs, as well as making sure that the other pets in the home work well with the new addition to the pack. All of this is important in finding the forever home for our rescued pets.




Call 619-767-2675 or visit our website at

WANT TO SEE ALL THE DOGS available this week at the SOUTHERN REGION SHELTER? *CLICK HERE TO VIEW5821 Sweetwater Road Bonita, CA 91902





chihuahua-rescue-of-san-diegoAbout Chihuahua Rescue of San Diego

We are a rescue consisting of an all volunteer organization where all of our dogs are in private homes everyday. We do not have a shelter and our dogs are not kept in cages. Our dogs are from county animals shelters or from previous owners that are no longer able to care for their dog. All of our dogs are started on housebreaking, however, we do not guarantee that they will be housebroken. We offer education on how to housebreak a dog as well as other information on different situations. Every dog is spayed or neutered, current on shots, dewormed, frontline for fleas and ticks. Thank you for considering a rescue dog!!!

Our Adoption Process… An application is required prior to visiting a dog. This enables us to pick the dog we feel is best for your situation.

For more info please contact Chihuahua Rescue of San Diego (858) 277-3557 or email

Visit our website at






Greyhound Adoption Center!!
Come visit the greyhounds!

chavez_Greyhound Adoption Center

Our Open House is EVERY 3RD SUNDAY of the month from 1-3pm
The Greyhound Adoption Center is located at 4821 Dehesa Road
El Cajon, CA 92019
For more details email

2 LOST DOGS – White Terrier & Lab Shepherd Mix, Peutz Valley Alpine Ca 5-27-18

UPDATE 5-31-18 “Fezzik” the shepherd has come home on his own, but “Maggie”, the Terrier is still missing.

5-26-18 ALPINE CA 91901: 2 Lost Dogs, Peutz Valley Area

White terrier -“Maggie” and a Lab/Shepard mix – “Fezzik”. If seen Please call Anna Marie Cadenhead at 619-708-8108 or Email HERE



Customers & Guests Appreciate Postal Annex of Alpine!

By The Alpine Chamber of Commerce – Free drawings and tacos as well as 20 percent off on shipping and almost all merchandise drew people to Customer Appreciation Day on May 12, 2018 at the Postal Annex of Alpine! Everyone who came had an opportunity to spin the big prize wheel and shop for unusual gifts  during the mid-day event at the store at 2710 Alpine Blvd., Ste. K.  Louise Phipps of Alpine won the television set. Other customers/visitors took home a wide variety of items.

“It went very well,” owner Rose Signore, an Alpine Mountain Empire Chamber of Commerce Director and 2017 Alpine Honorary Mayor said later. “I want to thank everyone who came, visited and celebrated.” Among those who helped Signore celebrate her fifth year in business in Alpine were real estate broker/owner Greg Fox and his family. “I like the friendliness of her staff, the convenience of getting printing and marketing materials and the fact she has notaries,” Fox said. “It’s a blessing to have Rose in town.”

While employees helped ensure good service, two mini-Australian sheep dogs — Blue and Katy —- met and greeted customers in the store. One of the friendly animals is also responsible for “quality control.” “I think it’s awesome,” said customer Rebecca Wiederkehr of Alpine. “I like the different mail services, the passport pictures. It’s a one-stop shop!”

Submitted By: Jo Moreland, Communications – Alpine Mountain Empire Chamber of Commerce (1620 Alpine Blvd., Ste. 208, Alpine, CA 91901) 619-445-2722. Email

13 Days of Spring Savings at Native Dreams Day Spa!

13 Days of Spring Savings at Native Dreams Day Spa!



Don’t Miss Out! Forward To All Your Friends!
Daily Deals are April 18 – April 30, Only!

The final upcoming deals are:

Thursday, April 26
$5 Brow Wax with any Facial
$45 – 30 Minute Facial
$75 – 60 Minute Facial
$85 – 90 Minute Facial

Friday, April 27
$35 Women’s Cut & Style
$23 Brow and Lip Wax
$32 Classic Pedi

Saturday, April 28
$85 – 90 Minute Custom Facial and Back Treatment with Vanessa

Sunday, April 29
$55 Root Touchup – 1″ or Less included Sham/Style
$55 Gel Mani and Exp. Pedi

Monday, April 30
$125 Dream Day of Spa Service Package (4/30/18) ONLY!!!

No other offers of discounts, no SpaFinder offers, and offers are only valid on date.

Come pamper yourself!

24th Annual Alpine Community Church Rummage Sale – May 11 & 12, 2018

Come shop around and find hidden treasures at Alpine Community Church’s 24th Annual RUMMAGE SALE – East County’s Biggest and Best Rummage Sale EVER! Friday, May 11, 2018 & Saturday, May 12, 2018 from 8am to 3pm at Alpine Community Church (2225 W. Victoria Drive) There will be tons of clothing, toys, kitchenware, linens, jewelry, crafts, shoes, furniture, books, videos, CDs, sporting goods, tools, yard equipment, and MORE! All with great low prices! This sale has a reputation for being the cleanest, most organized rummage sale in the county and draws shoppers from the entire San Diego region.

Church members as well as local Alpine residents save their gently used items and donate to the church, which has been collecting items for the last few months. Starting the week of May 6, members volunteer to inspect, sort and clean all items that have been donated.  All electric items are tested to make sure they are in working order.  Alpine Kiwanis Club members come on Thursday morning and install their tents in the parking lot at 2225 W. Victoria, across from the Women’s Club, and church volunteers then move all items out and organize them for the sale that begins at 8am on Friday morning.

Many Alpine residents look forward to this Rummage Sale, because of the bargains that await them.  Organizer Donna Boyer states, “We begin pricing items early in the week.  Prices are set low – the goal is to sell all that we have collected and we set prices so items will sell quickly”.  Trustee Vern Sonksen explains, “The Rummage Sale is our biggest fundraiser of the year.  While the money helps the church budget, we also hope that it will benefit the Alpine community.”

Members of the church are also available to pick up any items that people in the community would like to donate.  The church does not accept used computer equipment, old console televisions, nor do they accept used recliners.  According to Sonksen, “these items don’t sell and are very difficult for us to move around on sale days.”

Donations are welcome! For more information call 619-445-2110 or visit our website at  For pickups, call Tom at 619-885-8063.


YOGA YOGA YOGA! Alpine Jazzercise & Yoga Has Added MORE CLASS TIMES for April 2018!

Brand new Yoga classes and times at Alpine Jazzercise Starting April 9, 2018! Alpine asked and we listened! We now have an EVENING CLASS on Mondays at 6:45pm and our Tuesday & Thursday classes have been changed to 9:30am. We also have an incredible new yoga instructor from Core Power! See the full schedule below!

Be your own kind of BEAUTIFUL at Alpine Jazzercise! Jazzercise is a pulse-pounding, beat-pumping fitness program that gets you results…fast! It’s a calorie-torching, hip-swiveling dance party workout to put your abs to the test with a hot playlist to distract you from the burn! Incinerate up to 800 calories per hour in one 60-minute class! Our classes – “Strike”, “Fusion”, “Core”, “Strength” and “Dance Mix” will leave you breathless, toned and coming back for more! Expect to see RESULTS after just 3 CLASSES and expect to stick with it! WHY? Because IT WORKS! *Watch video HERE!

Monday – 6:45pm
Tues / Thurs – 9:30am

Tues/Thurs – 5:30am
Mon- Fri – 9:30am *(Childcare Available on Monday, Wednesday & Friday ONLY)
Mon/Weds-  5:40pm
Saturday 8am


JAZZERCISE PRICES: $55 monthly for 12 months (unlimited use) with $50 joining fee. $65 monthly for 6 months (unlimited use) with $75 joining fee. $20 single visit no membership due.

Jazzercise is located at 2806 Alpine Blvd., Alpine, Ca. 91901. (619) 922-9313. Owner – Karen Walters 619.922.9313 or email

“BIRDS AND MORE” Special Program at the Alpine Historical Society Potluck Meeting – April 15, 2018

Did you know that over 500 species of birds can be seen in San Diego County, the most of any county in the USA? One of our greatest joys is to see the variety of birds that are in our yards, patios, parks, and virtually anywhere you go outdoors.

The Alpine Society welcomes speaker, Dr. Philip R. Pryde, for the potluck program on Sunday, April 15, 2018 at 1:00 at the Alpine Woman’s Club, 2156 Alpine Blvd.  Dr. Pryde is in much in demand as a lecturer on the topic of birds and bird migration. His his resume includes Professor Emeritus at SDSU, authored six books and over hundreds of professional papers, San Diego County Planning Commission, County Water Authority, San Diego River Park Foundation and Anza-Borrego Foundation. View the latest version of the Alpine Historical Society’s Newsletter “Tattered Tidbits” HERE


You are certain to learn not just about the birds of Alpine but also about the environmental factors affecting bird populations in our region and beyond. “Birds and More …” will be an amazing program that you won’t want to miss.


Please bring an item to share for the potluck which begins at 1:00 p.m. or arrive by 1:45 p.m. for the brief general meeting, followed immediately by Dr. Pryde’s presentation. Admission is free but donations are accepted. Seating is limited, so please make your reservations early by calling Tom Myers at (619) 885-8063 or email to

(REUNITED) FOUND DOG: Older Female Lab, Alpine Ca. 3-15-18

UPDATE! 3-16-18 “Jayda” has been reunited with her family!

Older Female Lab found Found near S. Grade Rd in Alpine. ‬We are going to take her to Natural Instincts pet store to see if she’s chipped at some point tomorrow. Everyone has to work so I’m not sure what time. If you know who she belongs to please call Please call ‭619-954-3672 or Carly at 619-992-3494


Backroom Beer Pairing Featuring NOVO BRAZIL at Barons Market – March 14, 2018

The Barons Market in Alpine Backroom Beer Pairing event will transform the loading docks and stock room into a food and local brew speakeasy with Brazilian-Inspired inventive Brews from Novo Brazil in Chula Vista on Wednesday, March 14, 2018 from 6pm – 8pm. The Family-owned market to donate 100 percent proceeds to Feeding San Diego. Tickets are only $15 each! To purchase tickets, please click here.

This event is 21 & up ONLY.

Join us for an evening of delectable bites paired with craft delights. Sample beers from Novo Brazil Brewing Co with gourmet bites made from the market’s selection of all-natural ingredients. A select team of Barons taste experts and Novo Brazil Brewing Co’s beer makers carefully curated an experience that is full of unparalleled flavor – and easy to replicate at home.

The mouthwatering menu for the March 14 event includes:

  • Ipanema paired with Dubliner Cheddar Artichoke Dip
  • Belo Blonde paired with Yang’s Teriyaki Chicken
  • The Mango paired with Pizza Romano Burrata & Prosciutto Pizza
  • Chula Pils paired with Spicy Key Lime Shrimp Tacos

Barons Market carries a wide and exciting selection of beer – from local craft brewers to imported brands. This Backroom Beer Pairing aims to spotlight up-and-coming breweries in Southern California while giving back to organizations that provide meals to those in need.

Barons Market in Alpine is located at 1347 Tavern Rd., Alpine Ca 91901 in the Alpine Creek Shopping Center. (619) 445-5600

BARONS MARKET carries a terrific selection of organic, natural and specialty food at rock bottom prices. Voted Best Grocery Store by San Diego CityBeat two years in a row, Barons is passionate about value and enthusiastic about passing great deals on to you. Simply good food…simply good prices.


Performance By World Class Classical Pianist, Dimitri Kirichenko – March 4, 2018

World Class Classical Pianist, Dimitri Kirichenko will be performing at the Alpine Church of Spiritual Living on Sunday, March 4, 2018 from Noon – 1 p.m. Tickets Adults:  $20, Students & Children: $5. Seating is limited – so please purchase early!


Alpine Church of Spiritual Living
2065 Arnold Way, Alpine CA  91901
(619) 445-6459