Penny is a sweet, adorable two-year-old, 40 lb Pointer mix who emulates an “ All American Dog”. Penny gets along with all dogs, does well at off-site events with crowds, confusion, noise, and she is even assessed as good with grade-school kids and maybe your cat. Penny likes playing with balls, ropes, people, or even by herself. She seems eager to learn and was extremely attentive (treat-motivated) to her handler at recent training sessions.
Adoptable Pet of the Week
Friday, July 15, 2011
Penny is searching for his forever home while waiting at the Santa Barbara County Animal Shelter. K- 9 PALS is the volunteer, non-profit organization that promotes adoptions, provides humane care, and acts as advocate for the dogs at the Shelter to eliminate euthanasia so that every adoptable dog will
have a chance for a loving forever home. See more photos and learn how you can adopt Penny at www.K-9PALS.org.
Dog-viewing hours are Mon.-Fri., 9 a.m.-4:45 p.m.; Sat., 10 a.m.-4 p.m. All K-9 PALS dogs are spayed/neutered and have current vaccinations. All adoptions come with FREE group dog-training sessions at the shelter.
Do you love dogs, but can’ t have a pet? Volunteer with K-9 PALS or make a donation to sponsor a dog while it waits for its forever home. Volunteer orientations are held twice a month on Saturdays. For details about volunteering and orientation schedule, visit www.K-9PALS.org or call 681-4369.