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Huxley: A Dog For Adoption

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Got Tennis Balls?  Other dogs in your home??  Well, I am certainly the guy for you!  My name is Huxley and I am a handsome Rat Terrier Mix with perhaps a little Jack Russell thrown in.  I am six years old and I weigh just 25 pounds.  Unfortunately, I came to the Coronado Animal Care Facility because my family could no longer care for me.  I was a little taken aback by this, so it has taken me some time to come up to speed and be my wonderful self again.  I have received a lot of attention and TLC from the PAWS volunteers and I am now good to go to a new home.  My favorite thing to do is to play in a yard with other dogs and chase the tennis balls that you throw forever!  Balls and dogs suit me just fine.  I would prefer a home with children at least 16 years old.  I am ready to give you lots of love and attention and become part of your pack, so plan to visit me soon!  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

Huxley’s  Stats:

Male  Rat Terrier Mix, 6 years old, 25 pounds

Shots Up to Date, Neutered,  Microchipped

Adoption Fee = $125.00

Leo: A Dog For Adoption

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Meet Leo, a one year old yellow male Labrador mix weighing 25 pounds.  Leo found his way to the Coronado Animal Care Facility as a stray with the help of a good Samaritan who knew that Leo was very frightened and alone.  Since Leo has been in the care of the facility — thanks to the help of loving volunteers and staff — he is slowly gaining his confidence back.  Leo has a condition common to many pups called Panosteitis or “growing pains”  which at times causes him to favor one leg over another.  The veterinarian has stated that this will clear when he is fully grown.   This little gentleman is cautious with new situations, but once he gains your trust his heart opens up with love and affection.  Leo loves nothing better than to curl up on your lap and cuddle with you.  His gentle nature and pure sweetness will be sure to win your heart.  Leo needs a solid and calm home where he can continue to gain confidence and learn that  he can indeed trust his new humans.  He is a delight, so please visit him soon.  You are certain to leave with a new loving family member!  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

Leo’s Stats:

Male  Yellow Labrador Mix, 1 year old, 25 pounds

Shots Up to Date, Neutered,  Microchipped

Adoption Fee = $125.00

Clyde: A Dog For Adoption

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Oh. Clyde… what is Clyde?   Well, the vet says he is a Poodle mix, someone said Spaniel mix, someone else said Bearded Collie mix, and others say Lhasa Apso mix.   Whatever he is, he is one funny fella and exceptionally handsome.  Mr. Clyde came into the Coronado Animal Care Facility with his sidekick, Bonnie.  Clyde is about two years olds and weighs 34 pounds.   He loves people, enjoys walks, rides well in the car and likes most dogs.  He is still trying to figure out cats, so would probably be best in a home without them.   A house with adults and children 16 years and older is also best for Clyde.  When Clyde pulls back his lips and shows his teeth, he breaks out into one big smile. He almost smiles on command.   It seems that Bonnie and Clyde both understand Spanish, but they are learning their commands in English very quickly!  Come meet this handsome, loving and attentive guy with a wavy coat soon — he won’t disappoint you!  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

Clyde’s Stats:

Male  Poodle Mix, 2 years old, 34 pounds

Shots Up to Date, Neutered,  Microchipped

Adoption Fee = $125.00

Bonnie: A Dog For Adoption

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Meet Bonnie, a female Cocker Spaniel/Poodle mix.  She is nine months old and weighs 22 1/2 pounds.  Bonnie came into the Coronado Animal Care Facility as a stray and has had a bit of a rough start.  Her very curly coat was matted and in bad shape, so she had to be shaved and is working on her new beautiful set of curly locks.  Bonnie is a bit shy and reserved, taking her time to get to know you and warm up to you.  Once that happens, this girl is very affectionate and attentive.  Bonnie gets along well with other dogs, wagging her tail rapidlly when she encounters one.  Since Bonnie is cautious  around new people and new surroundings, she would fit best into a home with adults and older children, at least 16 years old.  Take time to visit this blossoming beauty and let her have a second chance at starting a new life with you!  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

Bonnie’s Stats:

Female  Cocker Spaniel/Poodle mix , 9 months old, 22 1/2 pounds

Shots Up to Date, Spayed,  Microchipped

Adoption Fee = $125.00

Lilly: A Dog For Adoption

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My name is Lilly, and I am a very interesting breed called a “Schnorkie” which is a Schnauzer and Yorkie mix.    I weigh seven pounds and am four months old.  I came into the Coronado Animal Care Facility as a stray, and I am just as cute as can be.  I love giving kisses and spending time in your arms.  Talking to you comes easy for me and I love to chatter with my human pals.  I do great riding in a car and I like other dogs.  Treats, playing and giving love back to you are all tops on my list!  I am still a pup, so training with you will be important to me.    Please come visit me soon and see what a delightful addition I will be to your family!  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

 
Lilly’s  Stats:

Female Schnauzer  and Yorkie mix , 4 months old, 7 pounds

Shots Up to Date, Spayed,  Microchipped

Adoption Fee = $125.00

 

Pepper: A Dog For Adoption

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Pepper is a female Schnauzer mix with perhaps some Wolfhound thrown in.  She came into the Coronado Animal Care Facility as a stray.  Pepper is about seven months old and weighs 30 pounds.  This fun girl is very smart and  has already learned her basic commands.  She loves her treats and is enthusiastic about taking long walks.   She rides well in a car.   Pepper is very attentive to her human pals and, even though she is still a puppy, is eager to please if you are patient with her.  Her striking looks with very long legs make her “runway ready.”  Pepper would fit nicely into about any household.  Take time to visit her soon; she is a fun girl looking for the right forever home!
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

Pepper’s Stats:

Female Schnauzer mix , 7 months old, 30 pounds

Shots Up to Date, Spayed,  Microchipped

Adoption Fee = $125.00