San Pancho Animales is NOT a shelter, so we are unable to house homeless dogs or cats on site. That being said, we do use all of our resources and contacts to help animals find loving, forever homes.
When an animal is in need of a home, we first attempt to find a temporary foster. This is always a challenge. If you are interested in offering space in your home to help an abandoned dog or cat, please fill out the
form. You can aslo use this form to register as a future foster. Fostering an animal is always intended as a temporary housing arrangement until the animal can be transported to his forever home. Once we have a foster, we place a photo and a short description of the dog or cat on this pageof our site, and also on our while we work to find the animal a new home.
If you are interested in adopting one of these lovely animals, please fill out the form, and we will help with the arrangements, whether you are here in San Pancho or abroad.
After you have adopted a dog, there are several ideas on how to intoduce the new dog into your home. We have borrowed documents from other animal groups that address:
- How to introduce your new adopted dog to your other dog (click the link):
- How to introduce your new adopted dog to your cat (click the link):
- How to introduce your new adopted dog to your baby - children (click the link):
Through August of 2021, we have facilitated the return to health and placement of 111 animal rescues, each one touches our hearts and we love hearing the stories of their new adopted homes and families. Here are just a few recent adoptions!