September 4, 2017
Happy Tail of the Month - Zoe!


Zoe was born at a local beach, along with 3 of her siblings, when her pregnant mother (Tess) was abandoned there. After giving birth, Tess and her litter were cared for by a local man living at the beach until they could be rescued.

One puppy remains available for adoption,
Cooper, as well as Tess, the most adoring mother we could imagine.

Tess has had many litters and we think many of them were abandoned and rescued at this beach. Now that we have Tess and she has been spayed, we hope to have curbed the puppy abandonment rate.

Legendary Bingo - September 14, 2017
in support of Baja Dogs La Paz


AKA Drag Queen Bingo - This is not your Grandma's Bingo!

Thursday, September 14, 2017 - 7 to 9 pm
Arrive by 6:30 pm to secure your table

Hamburger Mary's, 8288 Santa Monica Blvd., West Hollywood, CA


Call Hamburger Mary's (323) 654-3800 or email:

Thanks to our wonderful sponsors who have generously donated game
prizes and auction items to date:






Baja Dogs La Paz monthly stats at a glance
  • 127 dogs adopted since January
  • 41 to Canada
  • 32 to US
  • 54 La Paz and vicinity which includes
    • 40 dogs by rescatistas alone*
    • 14 via Baja Dogs adoption program
  • 67 days average to adoption
  • 65 dogs supported in foster homes
​* Rescatistas (rescuers in Spanish) may find homes on their own right here in La Paz. When this occurs, they let us know about a possible adoption so we can remove the dog from our roster. We wholly support this activity.

If you haven't already - consider making a monthly donation so we can continue to save more dogs -- and even help with spay/neuter programs to prevent the abandonment of unwanted puppies and adults.
​Volunteer Spotlight
We have some amazing volunteers and thought you might like to meet some of them to learn a little about their passion for animals and for helping the cause here in La Paz.
Linda DiMeglio has been helping dogs ever since she came to La Paz. She performs the initial intake of the dogs which includes photos and a brief assessment of the dog's temperament.

When not volunteering with Baja Dogs, Linda performs workshops at the local children's rehabilitation center (CRIT) called "Patitas y Manitas" (little paws and little hands). Her puppet show teaches simple lessons about caring for their pet.


In conclusion, 

  • To all of our volunteers, rescuers (rescatistas), fosters, pet escorts, and those who work tirelessly to help the abandoned and stray dogs of La Paz - Thank you for all you do!
  • To our donors and supporters - we couldn't do it without you! Thank you for your continued support and confidence in the work we do. 

Muchas Gracias!