San Francisco Samoyed Rescue
Rescuing and Re-Homing Dogs Since 1974
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San Francisco Samoyed Rescue is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Your donations are 100% tax deductible.

You may also send donations to:
P.O. Box 4215
San Rafael, CA 94913-4215

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Check the SFSR calendar  for what's coming up.
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Samoyed Snippet
While most Samoyeds have robust health, they do need routine vaccinations. Follow your veterinarian’s advice regarding immunization and parasite control.

Adopt a Samoyed
  Contact us today to begin the adoption process. Enjoy the photos of our available sammys, but click here to see more detailed information on the Available Dogs page.

Learn more about the Samoyed bread from this clip from Animal Planet's Breed all About It.

If adopting a Samoyed is not the right choice for you, consider opening your home to foster a dog. SFSR is in urgent need of foster homes. There are adoptable dogs in shelters that could be facing euthanasia because we don't have foster homes available right now.

We also list Samoyeds available through other organizations.

Pets 101: Choose from 100's of professional training videos.

Foster a Dog   SCA Education and Research Foundation, Inc. (SCARF)
San Francisco Samoyed Rescue logo San Francisco Samoyed Rescue is currently looking for more foster homes. SFSR is always searching shelters in our coverage area for Samoyeds in need.   Sponsor a Samoyed via Petfinder.com The SCA Education and Research Foundation, Inc. is a non-profit corporation, recognized by the IRS as a 501(C)(3) organization - devoted to improving the health of the Samoyed breed.

The Foundation funds research focusing on the disorders that have been historically occurring in the Samoyed breed.
SCA Education and Research Foundation

Sponsor a Dog   Memorial for Your Beloved Samoyed
If you are unable to adopt a Samoyed, why not sponsor one?
Now you can do just that when you visit our Available Dogs page. Just click on the photo of the SFSR dog you want to learn more about. You will be taken to that individual dog's page on PetFinder.com. On that page you can click to sponsor that fuzzy face little angel!
Sponsor a Samoyed via Petfinder.com Look for the button and you are on your way to helping that Sammy thrive!
  For your generous donation, a picture and memories of your beloved Samoyed that has crossed the rainbow bridge will be featured on our memorial page for a year. Contact us for more details.
My Mutt Program
About the Program
The "My Mutt" program is Pet Food Express’ and Virtual Pet Adoption’s attempt to raise awareness of the most popular breed of all, the Mutt. The large, striking pictures on the walls of the Pet Food Express stores are images of dogs and cats that have been adopted from Bay Area shelters and rescue groups.
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Who is San Francisco Samoyed Rescue
San Francisco Samoyed Rescue logo San Francisco Samoyed Rescue is an all-volunteer, non-profit organization founded in 1974 to render help to needy or displaced Samoyed dogs. The objective of this group is to rescue Samoyeds in shelters or lost in the streets, relocate Samoyeds that are no longer wanted or that can no longer be cared for by their owners, assist in securing veterinary attention for injured or sick Samoyeds, and assist owners who cannot afford veterinary care.

SFSR is not affiliated with San Francisco Samoyed Club, or any other Samoyed club. We operate independently and must generate our own donations and solicit volunteer help.

The geographic range within which SFSR works is limited to Northern California, from Monterey County north, and east to the Nevada border. In special circumstances we may make an exception to this geographic limitation and work with people from the Reno/Carson City area of Nevada, or with those in Southern Oregon. However, because of our limited resources, we cannot guarantee coverage of these areas outside Northern California.

Member of National Samoyed Rescue   Southern California Samoyed Rescue
San Francisco Samoyed Rescue is recognized by and supports National Samoyed Rescue (NSR). This means that we try our best to meet the standards of what NSR deems good rescue practices. NSR has an extensive application process, and they do their best to verify our practices, including getting a veterinary reference.   Sponsor a Samoyed via Petfinder.com If you reside south of San Luis Obispo, try Southern California Samoyed Rescue. They are another organization dedicated to rescuing northern breed dogs.
Microchip Your Dog
Microchipping is recognized as the most effective and secure way of permanently identifying a pet. The microchip is the size of a grain of rice and is encased in a biocompatible glass, the same used in human pacemakers, to prevent rejection from the animals body.

Veterinary Hopitals
Thank you to the following Veterinary Hospitals that offer SFSR a discount to help treat the Samoyeds we rescue:
Bayside Animal Hospital
Don Campbell DVM
6957 Douglas Boulevard
Granite Bay, CA 95746
(916) 791-8387
Bishop Ranch Veterinary Center & Urgent Care
2000 Bishop Dr
San Ramon CA 94583
(925) 866-8387
Silicon Valley Pet Clinic
Erin Campbell, DVM
3100 El Camino Real # A
Santa Clara, CA 95051
(408) 248-3844
Pets Unlimited
2343 Fillmore Street
San Francisco, CA 94115
(415) 563-6700
Adobe Animal Hospital
396 First Street
Los Altos, CA 94022
(650) 948-9661
adobeinfo@gmail.com

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