Karmic Rescue Without Borders. Our group does not allow geographical or socioeconomic boundaries to inhibit our work. We are dedicated to rescuing homeless or at-risk dogs, focusing on creating safe environments for the forgotten or neglected by finding homes for the rehabilitated and healthy, and aiding in the efforts to combat overpopulation and the spread of disease.
Our adoption fees help pay for our monthly giving to families who need help sterilizing, vaccinating, and feeding their pets.
Street dogs cannot always find foster or rescue, but we can help by providing Bravecto to kill fleas and ticks, food distribution is available through loving people that drive down well known areas where street dogs live.
KRWB VOLUNTEER NETWORK
wearing a different hat every day
FAMILY, WORK, SCHOOL, CHURCH, AFTER SCHOOL ACTIVITIES, SICK LOVED ONES,
OUR OWN DOGS, OCCASIONAL TRIP TO THE BEACH (not) WALKING OUR DOGS, WALKING ALL THE DOGS, CLEANING UP POOP, LAUNDRY, COMMUTING, MAKING DINNER, BREAKFAST, SOME SLEEPING, CRYING, LAUGHING, STAYING POSITIVE THIS PAST YEAR,
COLD SHOWERS WHEN THE HEAT IS TURNED OFF,
When reviewing our available dogs, look carefully. We have two locations: that's right, San Diego and San Francisco Bay Area. We do not have a shelter. Dogs are kept in foster homes until adopted.
Let's Keep This Simple: Except for the dog to the left, Toby, our webpage does not contain any pictures of available dogs.
Every month we will put our Chosen Star Pup in this Special Front Page Spot. Click on Toby's Petfinder link above to read more about him.
Instead, you can see who is waiting for you on our Petfinder Site.
Dog Trainer & Behaviorist
provides free consultation for any of our adopters with
a referral from us and reduced costs on package deals
New Projects and Monthly Donations: paid for by your adoptions fee and the donations of others who care enough to give a little bit here and there.
We have new projects every month and ongoing donations made to individual families and owners or dogs plus we try to provide supplies for people who feed the street dogs in Tijuana.