Chapo is a two-year-old Pit Bull mix who weighs 60 pounds. He is a handsome boy, who unfortunately acts very much like he has been abused, so he is going to need social rehabilitation, and some physical rehabilitation, so we are looking for the right foster home for him, so we can get him mentally and physically healed up. Chapo is attentive, friendly, and responsive to verbal corrections. He responds right away to “sit” and “sientase”, and will immediately sit for you. With a proper introduction, he is okay with other strong, playful dogs, but is a very exuberant player, so some care has to be taken. If you are interested in fostering Chapo, please contact or, or 805-570-0415 for more information.

Do you love dogs, but can’t have a pet? To donate or volunteer with K-9 PALS, the all-volunteer, non-profit organization that pays for all the non-routine medical expenses and prescription foods for the SB County shelter dogs, call 805-570-0415 or link to


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