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Debi DeShon, Owner

PO Box 238

Denair, CA 95316

cel: 209-853-2812

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© Mussel Dogs, 2018, by James Scott @mosaicofplace

Meet Our Pack!

Popeye:

 

 

 

 

 

Popeye is a chocolate Labrador and the original Mussel Dogs dog. He has been working since 2010 and is the old man of the group and sets an example for the pups. He retired in 2018!

Is a Heinz 57 and a tireless worker who has clocked the most sniffs. He is from Greendog and trained through the Rescued for a Reason Program.

Captain:

Nemo:

Nemo is a black Labrador cross. He was an owner surrender from barking incessantly in the backyard. He just wanted a job!

Noah:

Is a yellow Labrador that loves to bounce. He was the star with our first find at Lake Mendocino in 2018. He just retired in 2019.

Pearl:

Is a Pit-bull/Dutch Shepard, a lover and a cuddler. She is from Greendog and trained through the Rescued for a Reason Program.

Barnacle:

"Barni" is a black Labrador; don't let his graying beard fool you, no mussel gets past this sniffer! He is from Bay Area Animal Rescue and trained through the Rescued for a Reason Program.

Tugboat:

Puddles:

Delta

Is a Jack Russel cross, and a pup with a mission from Greendog and trained through the Rescued for a Reason Program. She was an all-star for MD and now we're proud to see her serving with the Washington State Department of Fish Wildlife Police protecting against invasive mussels!

“Tug” is a yellow Labrador that was originally slated to be a service dog but decided that his energy was better suited to mussel detection. He is from Train a Rescue and trained through the Rescued for a Reason Program.

Delta is a little cattle dog with a huge personality. She decided pet life was boring and overrated. She found her true calling here with us at Mussel Dogs.

Gilligan "Gilly":

Gilly was a stray found in central Oregon and pulled by Train a Rescue.

Gilly was a stray found in central Oregon and pulled by Train a Rescue.

Learn more about the rescue organizations we partner with: