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Adoptable Pet of the Week

Tyson


When Tyson first arrived at DAWG, he was very depressed and didn’t understand where he was or why. He is now much more vocal and loves when someone will scratch his head or rub his belly. He just wants to know he is safe and loved. He does really well on his walks with volunteers. Tyson is a male neutered 8-year-old Dalmatian. No kids, cats, or other dogs please.

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. You can view more adoptable dogs at 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, Thursday-Monday, 12 noon-5 p.m.

Lisa Acho Remorenko is executive director of Animal Adoption Solutions, www.animaladoptionsolutions.com

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