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New Year’s White Sale on Adoptable Pets

Animal Services Offering 25% Off Dogs, Cats, Rabbits and other Critters


Santa Barbara County Animal Services wants to help you start off the New Year by adding a new pet to your family. For the month of January Animal Services will be hosting a White Sale with a 25% discount on all adoptable animals.

The New Year signifies a fresh start and is the perfect time to bring home a new furry family member. As you set your New Year’s resolutions a pet can help you stick to your goals. If you resolution is to exercise, a dog would love to accompany you on your daily walks or jogs. If your resolution is to make more time to relax, a cat will assist by cuddling up on your lap. If you goal is to eat better, a rabbit can encourage you to do so since their diet is made up of fresh fruits and vegetables.

Santa Barbara County Animal Services is offering a 25% discount on all adoptable animals during their White Sale. During the month of January a dog adoption will be discounted to $67, a cat adoption will be discounted to $48, and a rabbit adoption will be discounted to $18. All other animals like Guinea Pigs, rats, roosters, and reptiles will also be discounted 25%.

Animals adopted from Santa Barbara County Animal Services include a health check. All dogs, cats, and rabbits, are spayed and neutered and fully vaccinated. Dogs adopted from Santa Barbara County Animal Services also receive a 1 year license. The New Year is a great time to insure your dogs are licensed as required by law.

Santa Barbara County has three convenient Animal Shelters located through the county and volunteers to help you find your perfect match. The Santa Maria Animal Center is located at 548 W. Foster Rd, the Lompoc Shelter is located at 1501 W. Central Ave, and the Santa Barbara Shelter is located at 5473 Overpass Rd. The shelters are open Monday through Friday from 9am until 4:40pm and Saturdays from 10am until 4pm. Come in and start the New Year off right by providing a home for a homeless pet.



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