Painting by Rick Aeschliman ©

The Road Home K9 Rescue is a non-profit organization founded to help adoptable dogs at risk in shelters find permanent homes. 


The staff at The Road Home is knowledgeable about all things canine, including training, behavior, and temperament evaluation. And an in-ground dog fence is a great option for keeping your furry pet safe and secure in your yard. Additionally, you can depend on The Road Home team to offer their vast knowledge if you ever need help with dog-related difficulties, whether it's helping you train your puppy or handling instances involving lots of dogs, including those found in animal hoarders and puppy mills.  


The Road Home K9 Rescue welcomes donations to support its public benefit projects. 


Dogs available for adoption

The Road Home K9 Rescue's Shelter Programs

The Shelter Training Program --  The Shelter Adoption Program

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The GirlFriend Fund

In 2004, volunteers who founded The Road Home K9 Rescue assisted Yolo County California in the adjudication of an animal hoarding case involving a total of 81 collies from an owner later convicted of felony animal cruelty. The Road Home K9 Rescue has started an endowment fund to support the veterinary care of the Yolo County collies in perpetuity.   The new adoptive owners have taken them on despite many having serious health problems as a legacy of their neglect and abuse.  They will need help with the potentially large veterinary bills.  Many need your help now! To find out more click here.

Yolo County Collies


Pictures of the

Yolo County Collies

In Memory of:

The GirlFriend Fund

Read about the case

The Road Home K9 Rescue is a 501(c)(3) California non-profit corporation, #C2751030.