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Maddie


Adoptable Pet of the Week

Maddie


Maddie is a super sweet and calm German Shepherd mix who is looking for a permanent home. This 7-year-old mature pup could sleep all day and all night if you let her! Maddie loves to cuddle and is loyal and attentive if a head rub is the reward. She enjoys rolling in the grass, playing with her toys, and stimulating her mind with doggy puzzles. The beauty of a mature dog is that there’s no jumping, counter-surfing, mouthing, or nipping. She’s very gentle and patient with children and the kids love her. Maddie is pretty good on a leash, and is working with a trainer to get better. She lived with three different male dogs and was fine with them. Maddie would do best with a calm male dog, after proper introduction on a walk.

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, call 805-681-0561. You can view more adoptable dogs at www.sbdawg.orgAll 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, 12-5 p.m. Thursday through Monday.

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