I am always most comfortable with a dog in my lap and no matter the size, breed or age, I find peace in making a dog feel loved. This is what inspired me to create Puppy Love, a service that brings rescue pups to corporate offices with hopes of destressing it’s employees all while finding forever homes for these dogs in need.



A Word About Founder, Sabrina Freed

Becca and Toffee's adoption story



Puppy Love helps to save animals and provides joy and companionship a few hours at a time.  Donations provide life-savings medical procedures and fund on-going rehabilitative care for animals who have faced abuse and neglect.  Partnering with local rescues, shelters and sanctuaries in the Bay Area, Puppy Love gives these animals a second chance at finding their forever homes.


Puppy experience and corporate events brings joy, collaboration, stress relief and a chance for adoption.  Clients often say these events are the best part of my day.

Our mission is to raise awareness about animals in need.  We want to highlight the amazing work our nonprofit partners do to provide shelter and care for the pups. Help us be the voice for all animals.



What to Expect

Our Mission

A friendly greeting.

We want you to feel comfortable right from the start.

 

Genuine concern.

Every one of us is a pet-owner. We want everyone to have a warm and loving experience.

 

Professional service.

Our puppies and coaches will make certain everyone is safe, secure, clean and well loved.

While the events are only about two hours, I sometimes spend weeks with the puppies, fostering them between events. I had been fostering eight puppies for two weeks and had just returned them to Jake’s Wish Rescue when I thought I would have a little break to clean up chew toys and put away a few dog food bowls, when just a few days later, the unexpected happened. 

I went to the The Milo Foundation to pick up pups for my next event and just when I walked in the door, I saw Becca and Toffee. Two dogs of the same breed who were as adorable as ever. I took them and four other pups to my next event and the two of them loved every bit of attention they got. As I pulled up to the The Milo Foundation to return the six pups, I could not let go of Becca and Toffee. 

It was in that moment that I realized I needed them just as much as they needed me. They needed this second chance at life and I needed them in my life. The two could not be separated nor did I want them to be. They are the perfect duo, best of friends and now my two snuggle buddies. 

They have so much love to share and I’m so happy I found them when I did!

During the first 18 years of Sabrina's life she was petrified of animals, especially dogs.  Sabrina didn’t want to have anything to do with dogs! This horrible fear endured throughout her entire childhood.  With a little help from a loving therapist,  Sabrina faced her fears head-on and become an animal lover and advocate.


Puppy Love started by seeing how much joy Sabrina and her dog Mojo, who has a special gift, as he became a service dog at age one. They visit hospitals, senior centers and schools as often as they can to bring cheer and love to people who could use a little extra. 


This inspired Sabrina to start Puppy Love Party.