Free Professional Dog Training for adopted dogs!
If you adopt a dog from a shelter, humane society, or rescue group, and live in Santa Barbara County, you are eligible for this great offer!




Cosette
A very happy local lady discovered her new best friend Cosette and can't wait to get her home! Happy Tails to you Cosette!
Oreo
Oreo was adopted by a local lady that remembers him from when he was just a pup. They are reunited and together forever this time. Happy Tails to you Oreo!
Florinda
Sweet Florinda gets to go to a wonderful new home and a new name - Bella. What a beautiful, lucky girl! Happy Tails to you, Bella.
Bailey
Happy Tails to you Bailey!Since we do not euthanize adoptable dogs and have more opportunities and resources than most shelters, it is very rare for other 'no-kill' groups to adopt our dogs. In this case a shelter with an excellent record of good match adoptions was, amazingly, short of dogs. In the best interests of our dogs (both those who went, and those who stayed) we sent some of ours to them. We've listed the adopted dogs in Happy Tails, on the expectation they will all soon be in their forever homes
Geisha
Happy Tails to you Geisha!Since we do not euthanize adoptable dogs and have more opportunities and resources than most shelters, it is very rare for other 'no-kill' groups to adopt our dogs. In this case a shelter with an excellent record of good match adoptions was, amazingly, short of dogs. In the best interests of our dogs (both those who went, and those who stayed) we sent some of ours to them. We've listed the adopted dogs in Happy Tails, on the expectation they will all soon be in their forever homes
Cleveland
Happy Tails to you Cleveland!Since we do not euthanize adoptable dogs and have more opportunities and resources than most shelters, it is very rare for other 'no-kill' groups to adopt our dogs. In this case a shelter with an excellent record of good match adoptions was, amazingly, short of dogs. In the best interests of our dogs (both those who went, and those who stayed) we sent some of ours to them. We've listed the adopted dogs in Happy Tails, on the expectation they will all soon be in their forever homes
CJ
Happy Tails to you CJ!Since we do not euthanize adoptable dogs and have more opportunities and resources than most shelters, it is very rare for other 'no-kill' groups to adopt our dogs. In this case a shelter with an excellent record of good match adoptions was, amazingly, short of dogs. In the best interests of our dogs (both those who went, and those who stayed) we sent some of ours to them. We've listed the adopted dogs in Happy Tails, on the expectation they will all soon be in their forever homes
Olaf
Happy Tails to you Olaf!Since we do not euthanize adoptable dogs and have more opportunities and resources than most shelters, it is very rare for other 'no-kill' groups to adopt our dogs. In this case a shelter with an excellent record of good match adoptions was, amazingly, short of dogs. In the best interests of our dogs (both those who went, and those who stayed) we sent some of ours to them. We've listed the adopted dogs in Happy Tails, on the expectation they will all soon be in their forever homes
Max
Happy Tails to you Max!Since we do not euthanize adoptable dogs and have more opportunities and resources than most shelters, it is very rare for other 'no-kill' groups to adopt our dogs. In this case a shelter with an excellent record of good match adoptions was, amazingly, short of dogs. In the best interests of our dogs (both those who went, and those who stayed) we sent some of ours to them. We've listed the adopted dogs in Happy Tails, on the expectation they will all soon be in their forever homes
Brad
Happy Tails to you Brad!Since we do not euthanize adoptable dogs and have more opportunities and resources than most shelters, it is very rare for other 'no-kill' groups to adopt our dogs. In this case a shelter with an excellent record of good match adoptions was, amazingly, short of dogs. In the best interests of our dogs (both those who went, and those who stayed) we sent some of ours to them. We've listed the adopted dogs in Happy Tails, on the expectation they will all soon be in their forever homes
Angelina
Happy Tails to you Angelina!Since we do not euthanize adoptable dogs and have more opportunities and resources than most shelters, it is very rare for other 'no-kill' groups to adopt our dogs. In this case a shelter with an excellent record of good match adoptions was, amazingly, short of dogs. In the best interests of our dogs (both those who went, and those who stayed) we sent some of ours to them. We've listed the adopted dogs in Happy Tails, on the expectation they will all soon be in their forever homes
Sheenz
Happy Tails to you Sheenz!Since we do not euthanize adoptable dogs and have more opportunities and resources than most shelters, it is very rare for other 'no-kill' groups to adopt our dogs. In this case a shelter with an excellent record of good match adoptions was, amazingly, short of dogs. In the best interests of our dogs (both those who went, and those who stayed) we sent some of ours to them. We've listed the adopted dogs in Happy Tails, on the expectation they will all soon be in their forever homes
Sweet Pea
Happy Tails to you Sweet Pea!Since we do not euthanize adoptable dogs and have more opportunities and resources than most shelters, it is very rare for other 'no-kill' groups to adopt our dogs. In this case a shelter with an excellent record of good match adoptions was, amazingly, short of dogs. In the best interests of our dogs (both those who went, and those who stayed) we sent some of ours to them. We've listed the adopted dogs in Happy Tails, on the expectation they will all soon be in their forever homes
Andrew
Happy Tails to you Andrew!Since we do not euthanize adoptable dogs and have more opportunities and resources than most shelters, it is very rare for other 'no-kill' groups to adopt our dogs. In this case a shelter with an excellent record of good match adoptions was, amazingly, short of dogs. In the best interests of our dogs (both those who went, and those who stayed) we sent some of ours to them. We've listed the adopted dogs in Happy Tails, on the expectation they will all soon be in their forever homes
Sherrie
Sherrie, one of our Special Pals, a 3 year resident at the shelter whom we all have grown to love, was adopted by a couple who plan on giving her the experience of her very own forever home filled with lots of love. Happy Tails to you Sherrie, congratulations!
Putter
Handsome Putter was adopted by a local gentleman who fell in love at first sight with our big guy. Happy Tails to you Putter!
Pup Athena
Sweet and cuddly Athena was adopted by a local family who have another young puppy that will be Athena's new best friend. They plan on going on lots of hikes and giving lots of love. Happy Tails to you sweet Athena!
Kainoa
Kai-noa, adopted right from his happy foster home to his happy forever home. Kai-noa's owner said she could not resist falling in love with him. He is such a friendly and well behaved dog. We don't know how anyone could resist adopting him! Happy Tails to you Kai-noa!
Sydney
Seriously sweet Sydney was adopted by a local lady who plans to shower him with all the love he needs. Happy tails to you Sydney!
Pup Diana
Pup Diana was adopted by a local couple who want to raise this little girl to be a very special part of their family which already includes a cat and a bunny. Happy Tails to you Diana!
Little Bit
Little Bit was adopted by a local family who have a long time love for little dogs. Little Bit fit the bill perfectly. Happy Tails to you Little Bit!
Colby
Colby was adopted by a local family who love to hike, he could be hiking up to 5 times a week if he wants to! Lots of hiking and lots of love, Happy Tails to you Colby!
Reno
Reno was adopted by a business Tycoon and his daughter who live in Montecito, who are related to Reno's foster family, so he will be able to visit with his foster family. Reno goes everywhere his family goes. Reno likes to lie in the sun for a little while each day, and also enjoys watching animal planet, vampire movies, and video games with his family! Reno has a special relationship with his veterinarian who can be reached at any time for any medical need that Reno may have. Reno has found a perfect forever home! Happy Tails to you Reno!
Ryan
Ryan was adopted by a local gent who instantly fell in love with this friendly guy! He is looking forward to training his new best friend and spending lots of time on walks and hikes. Happy Tails to you Ryan!
Red
Red has finally found his forever home after being at the shelter for almost 6 months. He joins a local couple who have a chihuahua mix for him to play with and love. Happy Tails to you Red!
Pup Vesta
Pup Vesta was adopted by a local family who have another dog they hope will teach Vesta the ways of the world, they plan on lots of walks and lots of play time. Happy Tails to you Vesta!
Pup Venus
Our lovely pup Venus was adopted by a local gentleman who plans on treating her like the goddess she is, lots of play time, lots of love and walks and of course all the training she needs. Happy Tails to you Venus!
Benny
Curious Benny was adopted by a local family who already have another dog to help show Benny the ways of the household. The family was in love at first sight and knew he would be a great addition to their clan. Happy Tails to you Benny!
Duffy
Happy Tails to you Duffy! Since we do not euthanize adoptable dogs and have more opportunities and resources than most shelters, it is very rare for other 'no-kill' groups to adopt our dogs. In this case a Dobie Rescue group with an excellent record of good match adoptions came in and adopted Duffy. We've listed Duffy in Happy Tails, on the expectation he will soon be in his forever home.
Darby
A wonderful family has adopted Darby. They are already experienced with providing a forever home for little dachshunds with special needs. Family members are mom, a health care professional, dad, a physician, and two little doxies, Penny and Lars. Darby, Penny and Lars hit it off like they had known each other all their lives! Additional members of Darby's new family are one daughter, two sons and one future daughter-in-law, all dog lovers and animal rescue motivated - son Nathan, and his fiance Alexis, are very dedicated volunteers for K-9 PALS! Happy Tails for Darby!


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