Adopt pets from county shelters for “pawladys” – San Diego County News Center

Oh there’s a “snowy place like Home for the Pawleys” so the San Diego County Department of Animal Services is hosting a special adoption event for all of its wonderful and beloved dogs, cats and other animals.

Shepard mix
This is Sweetness, the Shepherd’s blend at North Shelter.

The program includes a visit from Santa Paws and will be held on Saturday, December 9th from 10am to 4pm at both the Carlsbad North Shelter, 2481 Palomar Airport Road and the Bonita South Shelter, 5821 Sweetwater Road.

Don’t miss out on the joy of pet companionship this holiday season, participate in fee-free adoptions during the event. You can watch the fun as furry friends engage in dynamic dog sports groups and maybe even find your new best friend.

Bulldog
This is JimBob the Bulldog available at South Shelter.

Those who adopt can commemorate the special day with a meet and greet with Santa Paws at the Winter Wonderland Photo Booth. Your new pet can share their wishes and receive a special treat.

Pets adopted on Saturday will receive customized pet tags that allow their new owner to add a personal touch to their new beginning. Animal Services is also offering free microchipping for animals whose owners live in unregulated San Diego.

Torty cat
This turtle kitty doesn’t have a name yet. He is in the South Shelter.

Adopters of the shelter’s longest-staying pets will receive special stockings filled with goodies as a token of appreciation. And while supplies last, some complimentary pet supplies will be available for adopters.

Kids at the event can also visit our craft table for fun activities.

Dogs and cats adopted from county shelters will be spayed or neutered, microchipped, vaccinated and given a one-year dog license in the service area.

Cattle Dog
Meet Butter, a cattle dog at the North Shelter.

Please visit County Animal Services’ Adopt Go to the page and browse the amazing animals, from cats to dogs to turtles, chickens, pigs, rabbits and guinea pigs, then stop by Saturday to meet your favorites. Adoptions are completed at the shelter on a first-come, first-served basis.

The top priority of the County Department of Animal Services is to provide the best care in our shelters while finding good homes for every healthy and treatable animal. While the goal is to find the right fit for the animal and their permanent adopter to create a lasting and loving relationship, Animal husbandry It’s another opportunity for animals to learn how to live in a home and socialize with people and other animals.

tabby cat
It is submerged in the South Shelter.
Siberian Husky German Shepherd Mix
This is Hooper, a Siberian Husky and German Shepherd mix at the North Shelter.
Beagle Basset Mix
This is Daisy Mae, she is a beagle and basset hound mix at the Southern Shelter.
black cat
This is Magnolia and she is in the North Shelter.

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