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Adoptable Pet of the Week

Mama Crayola


Mama Crayola just had six puppies! Of course her puppies are going to get snatched up, but Mama needs a home too! Please come by to see her and maybe she will be the right dog for you.

Mama Crayola
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Mama Crayola

To inquire about adopting a dog, visit DAWG in Santa Barbara. DAWG (Dog Adoption and Welfare Group) is a no-kill, not for profit dog rescue/adoption organization located at 5480 Overpass Road in Goleta. For more information, please call (805) 681-0561. You can view more adoptable dogs at www.sbdawg.org. All of the dogs have been spayed/neutered, micro-chipped, are current on their shots, and have flea/tick/mosquito protection. We ask for a minimum adoption donation of $250 for young dogs (under three years), $150 for adult dogs, and $125 for seniors (dogs 8 years old and over).

For more information on our available dogs, call (805) 681-0561, email adopt@sbdawg.org or come by during open adoption hours, noon-5 p.m., Thursday-Monday.

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