Emerald City Pet Rescue

LOGOFounded by Vivian Goldbloom in 2013, Emerald City Pet Rescue exists to rescue abused, neglected and homeless animals. We pull predominantly from high-kill shelters around the country and place them into loving forever homes. Sometimes these animals come from abroad and sometimes from right around the corner. Emerald City Pet Rescue is run by dedicated staff and volunteers who give their time and resources to house, train, rehabilitate, transport and care for these animals.


Meet Carrie! Sweet, adorable 7-year-old Carrie came from California to start life anew in the Seattle area. Carrie is a friendly, easygoing gal who enjoys most other dogs and people, and would prefer a feline-free forever home to call her own. Sweet and affectionate, Carrie is a playful, fun-loving lady is a supreme snuggler and loves to go on daily walks when she’s not busy charming you with her adorable antics. Carrie doesn’t mind staying home alone for a few hours as long as she can peek out a window, and move about the house – she is not a fan of the crate. Carrie can be a little shy at first but it doesn’t take much to win her over (though treats definitely help). If cute and compact are what you’re considering in a canine companion, Carrie could be your contender!

Carrie is fully vetted, spayed, and microchipped. For more information about Carrie, please contact Emerald City Pet Rescue at: 206.557.4661.

4 thoughts on “Emerald City Pet Rescue

  1. Hi, Vivian. Hope you’re good.

    Do you have room for a female spayed white boxer 3ish? She is in a bad situation?

    You helped me ask with Hercules, he ended up getting adopted by the vet tech and never made it to Seattle. Thank you so much


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