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Adoptable Pet of the Week

Albert


Albert is a beautiful neutered five-year-old male. He has the most expressive eyes and ears of any young man you’ve ever seen! Albert gets along with other dogs and loves people. Like a typical pit, he attaches quickly and is very loyal. He will make an excellent companion.

Albert

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, Goleta. For more information, call (805) 681-0561. You can view more adoptable dogs at www.sbdawg.org. The public is invited to stop by and look around every day from 9 a.m. To 4 p.m. DAWG relies on volunteers to take care of

all the dogs, so if you love dogs, think about volunteering! Students are able to fulfill their volunteer community service requirement by volunteering. Volunteer orientations are generally held every other Saturday, 10 a.m. Contact DAWG for the next meeting.

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