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!
Larry, now Zorro, adopted to a Mother and Daughter from Carpinteria. They just loved his inquisitive face. Adopters indicated that they will soon have him jumping on a trampoline in the back yard. Happy tails to you, Zorro!
Denali found his permanent home with a staff member of a local veterinary clinic, his fiance and their small dog. Denali needed orthopedic surgery to repair his front leg. They wanted to adopt him and provide his care while K-9 PALS sought funding for his surgery. Denali just had his surgery and is doing very well on all four legs now! Happy Tails to you, Denali!
Our green-eyed beauty, Canela, was adopted today by a woman who adopted from K-9 PALS about 10 years ago and never forgot the good experience. Canela, now Sunny, will be serenaded by her new mom (musician) in her home office. Humming happy tails to Canela !
Selected to be in line for a forever home at the Sacramento SPCA. Happy Tails to you, Toby!
Selected to be in line for a forever home at the Sacramento SPCA. Happy Tails to you, Alfie!
Grace, formally know as Baby is doing great. She is a gentle sweetheart who is the perfect dog her new owners were looking for! Happy tails to Baby aka Grace!
Who could resist this adorable little puppy? Toffee was found to be perfectly delicious by a wonderful family that was ready for a new doggie companion. They met all four puppies in the litter and decided this was the pup for them. He is in his new forever home getting lots of attention. Happy Tails to you!
Bosco is settling in with a young couple who are excited about sharing thier life with our young, energetic, handsome boy. His new mom and dad have work schedules that do not overlap...good news for Bosco. He'll be exercising and cuddling full-time from now on. Happy Tails to you, sweet Bosco.
Mariah's sweet and playful nature captured the hearts of a great family from Carpinteria. They are anxious to work with this charming pup to refine her manners and engage her willingness to learn. Mariah, you will be missed by many of your shelter friends, but Happy tails to you!
Goliath, now Wallace, was adopted by a loving couple who couldn’t wait to take him home and make him part of their family. He has exceeded their wildest dreams, knows many commands, loves to fetch, and enjoys long walks. We are thrilled this wonderful boy is in his new forever home. Happy Tails to you Wallace!
Forrest went home with a woman who was keen on giving him exactly what he wants...peace and quiet and lots of love. She has the perfect life-style for him. She is retired, has one cat, a quiet house and a nice fenced in backyard. The two of them are getting along very well and forming a great bond. Happy tails to you, Forrest!
Bonzai, despite his long time as a shelter resident, kept his happy disposition. He was always thrilled to have members of his fan club take him out and spend time with him. A woman spotted his handsome and mischievous face on Petfinder and drove all the way down from Bakersfield to meet him and introduce him to her very active dog. These two will enjoy many hours playing and snuggling together. We are thrilled he has found his new forever home. Happy Tails to you Bonzai!
Polo will go home with a wonderful family who has patiently waited for him to get better so he could meet their dog. This adorable little guy is off to a new and Happy Tail in his life. Best wishes to you our little man.
Fritz, now Strider, went home with a fabulous couple who reports he is settling in nicely. They are enjoying his funny, sweet, and affectionate nature. Volunteers were happy to see him at the K-9 PALS dog wash event at Hendry’s Beach this weekend. Happy Tails to you Strider.
Ted was from the Lompoc shelter, but was lucky to be part of our premiere SB foster network for a few weeks before he found his forever home. Happy Tails to you, Ted !
It was love at first sight for Royster's adopter. Our sweet boy is headed to a home shared by three, athletic, dog-loving young professionals. His future will be filled with belly rubs, hikes, and all the attention he could ask for. Happy tails, Royster.