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Vernon’s New Home

Vernon has been adopted! You may not recognize him because he didn’t make it up on the website. He’s living in a family with two teenage girls and a beautiful chocolate lab. At the meet and greet, Vernon and the lab got along very well. Vernon’s new family changed his name to Riko. We have no doubt that they will give him tons of love. Congrats Riko!

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Hunter A Dog For Adoption

     Hunter a wheaton terrier dog for adoption from paws of coronado is happy
     Meet Mr. Hunter a handsome male Wheaten Terrier and Poodle mix who is 3 years old weighing 13.7 pounds.  Hunter’s beautiful apricot and tan locks enhance his looks matching the springs in his legs.  This athletic gentleman who can leap vertically is ready for agility training and would make a great companion for someone ready to work with him.  Hunter’s priority is his human companions ranking top on his list ahead of toys and treats.  He would love a family whose lifestyle would include him in their activities.  Come meet this fun and loving guy ready to give you lots of attention and affection!
The Coronado Animal Care Facility is open  between 9:00am and 4:00pm (except holidays) and is located at 1395 First Street at the south end of the Ferry Landing complex.
If you are interested in an adoption  you must first complete a dog adoption application and meet with a PAWS of Coronado Dog Adoption Counselor. You may fill out the online dog adoption application at pawsofcoronado.org or contact dogadoptions@pawsofcoronado.org
Hunter’s Stats:
Male Wheaten Terrier/Poodle Mix
3 years old, 13.7 pounds
Shots Up to Date, Neutered, Microchipped
Adoption Fee $125
Hunter a wheaton terrier dog for adoption from paws of coronado on the run
Hunter a wheaton terrier dog for adoption from paws of coronado wants to meet you

Simba A Dog For Adoption

simba a puppy for adoption from paws of coronado playing

     Loving, Energetic and Playful!!   Meet Simba, one of our new arrivals at the Coronado Animal Care Facility.  This little gentleman is a 5 month old male Schnauzer weighing 10 pounds.  This pint sized bundle of joy just wants to be where the action is as he dashes and darts around you creating a whirlwind of energy.  Simba loves to interact with his human pals playing with his toys as he gives you one of his “ear to ear” smiles.  Because Simba is still a pup, he would do best with a companion who is ready to help him polish off his basic commands and manners.  Working with this little guy will be a big reward in itself.  Come visit Simba and see how quickly he will win over your heart and add lots of fun to your household.  The Coronado Animal Care Facility is open  between 9:00am and 4:00pm (except holidays) and is located at 1395 First Street at the south end of the Ferry Landing complex.
If you are interested in an adoption  you must first complete a dog adoption application and meet with a PAWS of Coronado Dog Adoption Counselor. You may fill out the online dog adoption application at pawsofcoronado.org or contact dogadoptions@pawsofcoronado.org
Simba’s Stats:
Male Schnauzer
5 months old, 10 pounds
Shots Up to Date, Neutered, Microchipped
Adoption Fee $125

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Coronado Flower Show 2015

PAWS of Coronado volunteers gathered at the corner of Orange Avenue and 6th Street early Saturday morning to set up for the 2015 Coronado Flower Show.

By 10:00 am people walking past on their way to the Friends of the Library Book Sale stopped to say hello, ask about our organization and look at our book of Adorable Adoptables.

It was a lovely day and the volunteers had a great day talking to past adopters and meeting new friends.

Giveaways included cat and dog treats, coloring books, PAWS pencils, stickers, Hershey’s Kisses and Rescue Me magazines. And the new PAWS logo bags were a huge hit at a suggested donation of $2.00 as were the X Bags dog poop bags.

And in the afternoon the crowd was entertained by dogs for adoption Luna, Max, Hunter and Simba. Everyone simply loved these adorable canines!

If you missed seeing us today, stop by tomorrow. We will be there from 10 am to 3 pm again ;-)

Pet of the Week: Lara

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Aged to Perfection

Our sweet senior cat Lara was found as a stray on the 400 block of C Avenue. It’s hard to understand how this sweet girl ended up on the street, but she is now safe and sound at PAWS and looking for the purrfect forever home.

·      Lara is mellow and easy-going. While in foster care, Lara got along great with human residents, fellow felines, and residents dogs alike.

·      Lara loves people and will keep up a good “conversation” with her smoky, low-pitched meow.

·      Lara loves pets and is an excellent snuggler, and will keep her friends company while they read, watch TV, or nap.

·      As a lady of a certain age, Lara takes medication to ease her arthritis pain, and is eligible for PAWS’s Lifetime Foster Care Program.

 

Lara’s Stats: Female Cat, Senior, DSH, Grey Tabby, Shots Up To Date, Spayed, Microchipped, Tested for FELV, FIV & Parasites, Adoption Fee = $50.00

Are you looking for a sweet and easy-going lady to keep you company? Contact the PAWS adoption team today to meet Lara! You can contact the cat adoption team through the PAWS website (www.pawsofcoronado.com) or call Bob at 619-840-9727. And please check out Lara’s full profile at http://www.pawsofcoronado.org/cats-for-adoption/.

By Katie Michelmore

Pennies 4 PAWS

pennies 4 paws a fundraising program for paws of coronado

Many of you know Caroline Haines. She’s the founder of the Coronado Pet Parade and the Chili Cook-off event. Recently, Caroline has launched a fabulous program called Pennies 4 PAWS. The goal is to raise money for PAWS so they can continue to find homes for pets that have been abandoned etc… There will be dog house donation bins set up around town for you to drop your loose change in. Every last cent helps save these cute animals lives. So what are you waiting for?