Pets of FPTV

At FPTV, we love our pets and know that our guests do, too. Our furry friends not only provide companionship and unconditional love, they are cherished members of our families. For many experiencing homelessness, the thought of entering shelter without their pets is unthinkable. Keeping families together is the cornerstone of Family Promise – that's why pets are welcome in our shelter program. 

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Bodega

Reports to: Rose Money

Bodega (aka Bodie) was born July 24, 2016 to the Guide Dogs for the Blind program in Boring, OR. He was “career changed” (aka “flunked out”) in April, 2018, and joined our home soon after. While training during the first part of his life, he lived on a horse farm in Utah before spending six months in downtown Denver. He then came back to Boring and was offered the new vocation of "pet" vs. working dog. Bodega is very intelligent and always one step ahead, with his own view of how things should be. If you haven’t seen it, he highly recommends his favorite movie produced by the Guide Dog program, “Pick of the Litter.”

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Callie

Reports to: Gaby Logan

Callie is a youthful 10 years old, born October 16, 2011, in Manteca, California. She is an Australian Shepherd with lots of energy and drive. Callie is such a cuddle bug, goofy girl, and a trail or beach enthusiast!

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Kodi

Reports to: Mayra Mendoza

Kodi is a Pomsky. Large for his breed, he was used for breeding before he came to live with us in April of 2018 where he enjoys a much quieter lifestyle. He loves to cuddle with his doggie sister. 

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Juniper

Reports to: Timothy Bland

Juniper hails from Bastrop County, Texas. At seven weeks old, she was found in a ditch with her thirteen siblings. She loves all of her farm animal friends, especially Moe and Dozer—her two favorite goats! She especially enjoys her morning goat walks.

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Bud & Luna

Report to: Dannica Fetters

Bud and Luna were adopted from Oregon Dog Rescue and both found at a kill shelter in Northern California. Luna was adopted in 2017 and Bud in 2022. Luna is a Certified Canine Good Citizen and likes all things outside. Bud is still a puppy who likes anything his big sister likes. They both are Cattle Dog mixes who like to invent lots of activities—especially those involving  bothering their three cat siblings. 

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Devka & Charlie

Report to: Sarah Rogoff

Devka is an eleven-year-old Russian gentle giant and will only understand you if spoken to in Russian. She snores louder than humans do and enjoys hanging out with any humans and animals. Charlie is her little six-year-old brother who likes to live life to the fullest every day. Together they enjoy going on walks, car rides, dog parks, taking long naps in their human’s room and eating homemade dog soup. They both will be your best friend forever if you pet them and give them multiple treats; both particularly love scratches behind the ears. 

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Lola & Lucas

Report to: Blanca Itzel Aguilar

Lola is a Chihuahua Pomeranian mix and Lucas is a Chihuahua, Pomeranian, and Yorkie mix. Lola's favorite thing to do is cuddle and go on car rides. On sunny days, Lola likes to sit under the sun and enjoy some of her favorite treats. Lucas enjoys going on walks and he will love you if you give him belly rubs. If he could, Lucas would spend all of his day outside playing with his favorite toys.

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Geyser & Coda

Report to: Jill Levin

Geyser was rescued from the California streets 3 and 1/2 years ago. He is a chihuahua, Swiss shepherd, mutt mix. Super protective and very sweet, he loves paddle boarding, chasing squirrels, and sleeping under the covers. Coda (which means tail in Italian) is an Italian Greyhound with a crazy long and goofy tail. At two-years-old, he's all puppy. If you can’t find him, he’s probably sunbathing. 

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Stella

Reports to: Elise Schaff Laubach

Stella is a seven year old Great Dane rescue who had four homes before coming to live with us. She is a sweetie who loves to cuddle her people, but she can’t be with other animals. At a petite 105 pounds, steer clear of her path when she gets the "zoomies" and races around the backyard at full speed!

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Buddy & Ollie

Report to: Lisa Fu

Buddy is 11 years old and takes great pride in taking good care of his baby. Buddy and Baby Ollie were adopted into our home on the same day. Ollie is 9 years old and grew up on the streets of Southern California for a year and a half until we adopted him. For this reason, he prefers to wear clothes that make him feel fancy. They are both Certified Very Good Boys.