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!




Enrique
Will be making the trip to be in line for a forever home at the Oregon Humane Society. Happy Tails to you, Enrique!
Betty
Adopted!
Caramel
Adopted!
Chou Chou
Will be making the trip to be in line for a forever home at the Oregon Humane Society. Happy Tails to you, Chou Chou!
Lucy
A shelter volunteer found sweet Lucy irresistible and now they are a dream team. Lucy's new mom is a triathelete with a gung-ho new training partner. One of Lucy's roommates is a gentle giant of a pit; the other is a gentle soul who works at Dioji. Happy Tails, Lucy.
Carlos
Adopted!
Oso
Adopted!
Ebony
There is a pit bull in Santa Barbara named Mason. He is famous for captivating dogs and people alike with his out-sized personality. For the past twelve years he has been a regular at the Douglas Preserve and Elings Park. Recently he lost his big brother to old age and in spite of his wide circle of friends, he became lonely. He is lonely no more! Our lovely Ebony is now his playmate, pal and companion. Her golden eyes will watch over him for all of his days. Mason's mom and dad are great dog people and will take good care of our girl. Happy Tails, Ebony.
Hannah
Adopted!
Shania
Long-time foster mom and shelter staffer couldn't part with her Shania. Shania is now ready to be bedazzled and charm everyone she meets. Happy Tails to you, Shania !
Moppy
Adopted!
Pepper
Adopted!
Jesse
Adopted to DAWG.
Cashew
Adopted to DAWG.
Bubba
Bubba has become K-9 PALS' First "Sanctuary Dog". This beloved little dog captured the hearts of many people, but especially his devoted foster mom. Bubba will remain in this very loving home for the rest of his life. Donations to the K-9 PALS Sanctuary Dog Program help K-9 PALS to continue provide medical care assistance for this very special little dog. Forever Happy Tails to you Bubba.
Hacky
A woman who previously adopted a dog from K-9 PALS recently lost him and she was determined to find a new dog in his memory at our shelter. She chose Hacky, drove back home to Santa Ynez to pick up her two other dogs for a meet, and adopted him at the end of the day. Hacky, now Henry, is living happily ever after with his new doggie brothers and adoring new dog mom and dad. Happy Tails to this sweet, gentle boy.
Shadow
After a short try at fostering, Shadow's foster family decided it just wasn't going to work. Joining the "foster failure club", she has been adopted into their active, loving household. With a new name (Seri, short for Seriously Black) and a new family, our sweet girl sparkles brighter than ever. Happy Tails to you, Shadow !
Greta
Greta and Nutmeg were together when they were picked up as strays and brought to the shelter. They do not like to be separated. Now, they never will be. They have been adopted by a lovely retired couple who live on 10 acres with horses and 4 cats. The husband is especially thrilled with our girls as Nutmeg reminds him of the dog they recently lost and Greta is a "beautiful, feisty German" like his wife!
Nutmeg
Greta and Nutmeg were together when they were picked up as strays and brought to the shelter. They do not like to be separated. Now, they never will be. They have been adopted by a lovely retired couple who live on 10 acres with horses and 4 cats. The husband is especially thrilled with our girls as Nutmeg reminds him of the dog they recently lost and Greta is a "beautiful, feisty German" like his wife!
Stormy
Adopted!
Pia
Pia had not even settled in yet when a woman friend of a K-9 PALS volunteer saw Pia's website photo with her tongue hanging out...The woman had recently lost her black Cavalier Spaniel after over 15 years together. Although her first will never be forgotten, she had enough love in her heart to adopt young, sweet Pia and make them both happy. Happy Tails to you, Pia !
Brandy
Brandy is K-9 PALS' Second Sanctuary Dog. Brandy is living happily ever after in her forever home. Her human family members call her Grandma. Blake is not quite sure how such a playful girl can be be a Grandma, he calls her Bran Bran! Happy Forever Tails to you Brandy!
Anton
Adopted!
Katana
Adopted!
Firgie
Adopted!
Shanny
Adopted!
Tui
Tui was adopted to a family with a built-in Golden Retriever sibling, Lady, who can teach little Tui how things work with being a well-behaved dog at a forever home. Thanks to K-9 PALS volunteers who introduced Tui to their friends at the Dog Festival. Happy Tails to you, Tui !
Herbie
Fate can be magical. It is how Herbie found his new home. Not only was Herbie's new dad not even looking for a dog so soon after the passing of his ten year old Rhodesian Ridgeback, he certainly wasn't looking for a Pit Bull/Pointer mix. They met by chance on a street near the shelter on Monday. By Friday, they were family. As his new dad says, "this was meant to be." Happy tails to you, Herbie, our gentle giant.
Pinto
Adopted!


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