Posting ID : A1068505670
Date Posted : 2015-08-19
Category : Pets
Angel Angel is a 7-year-old, 20 pound Mini-Schnauzer. She is a smart girl who loves anyone that will take her for a walk! She walks great on leash and has been around children as young as five years old. She is fine with other dogs and easily learns tricks - she is motivated by treats and has already mastered the basic commands! Angel has never met any cats so we don't know how she feels about them. She typically likes to sleep on the sofa or her guardian's bed and does well when left home alone. She will bark at a stranger at the door, but once she meets them she settles down. Angel came to when her guardian became ill and was no longer able to care for her and her sister, Misi. Although we would love to keep them together, they do well separated and we would be fine with them being fostered or adopted to different homes.If you would like to meet Angel, We Need Foster Homes in Santa Cruz & Monterey Counties!
We hold adoption events most Saturdays and some Sundays around the community where you can come and meet some of our adoptable dogs. Check back often to find out where we will be on any given weekend. All of our dogs are altered, microchipped, and vaccinated. Adoption fees range from $100-$300 depending upon the age and health of the dog. All of our adoptable dogs are cared for in loving foster homes. Each dog in our program receives a thorough veterinary exam, senior blood work, and a dental cleaning upon intake. All adopters must agree to a home visit and annual visits throughout the life of the dog.If you are interested in adopting any of our beautiful dogs or the rescue dog on this page, please , or fill out our online adoption application for the dog you are interested in. Also, check for ways to donate or sponsor a dog and for upcoming events where you can see some wagging tails and meet our volunteers. is dedicated to finding new loving homes for dogs whose senior guardians can no longer care for them due to illness, death, or other challenging circumstances, and to finding homes for senior dogs in animal shelters.