Thank you for your interest in Magnificent Mutts Rescue. As an all foster based rescue all meets will be by appointment only.  Your whole family must be available to attend the meet as there will be no second meets scheduled . To help streamline the process please make sure your current pets are up to date, you have landlord/HOA approval, and that you are prepared to take the dog home with you immediately before submitting an application. Thank you & Please stay safe!

Linda nose to nose with rescue
rescue puppies from a puppy mill
underweight rescue
German shepherd rescue on leash
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Visit with our pets ready for adoption. Come meet your perfect match today.


Without fostering there can be no rescue. Every year we save the lives of over 1000 pets.


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  • Someone You Should Know
    May 2024 This series is dedicated to helping our community get to know the dedicated and selfless human beings that keep Magnificent Mutts Rescue running. Meet Kris Santoyo! Kris is our resident social media guru! She is a foster turned Facebook manager and we would be lost without her. She usually prefers to be behind…
  • An Olive Branch That Built A Bridge..
    Over the past several months, 70 dogs have been stranded in the West Bank when their sanctuary was evacuated due to the encroaching military advancement. Several organizations, rescues and shelters throughout the US including Magnificent Mutts came together to help evacuate these deserving dogs!

Someone you should know

  • Someone You Should Know
    Meet Aubree Hope Latelle! For those who don’t know, this adorable 6 year old is Magnificent Mutts founder Linda Latelle’s granddaughter. Aubree was diagnosed with Rett Syndrome, a rare genetic neurological disorder that has robbed her ability to walk and talk, caused seizures and eating difficulties requiring a feeding tube. Learn more about Aubree’s plight and an upcoming fundraiser to help her family care for her.

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