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!
Thanks to San Francisco ASPCA for accepting little Dorito into their shelter to continue searching for his forever home. Happy Tails to you, Dorito!
Thanks to San Francisco ASPCA for accepting little Monte into their shelter to continue searching for his forever home. Happy Tails to you, Monte!
After a couple of very rough years, starting with his owner dying, then being shipped off to California, ending up in a shelter, geting pnuemonia, suffering from immense stress at the shelter, needing emergency surgery to amputate his tail...
Yeller finally found the family he was waiting for, and they act as if they were also waiting for him to come into their lives. He lives in Grover Beach with a mom, dad, and 8-year old son, Damien. He gets long walks and goes on errands with mom. He checks on Damien frequently and wakes him up with kisses in the morning. He is receiving tons of love. Happy Tails to you, Yeller! We'll miss you.
"Gita" little senior viusally impaired Yorkie, was adopted to one of our partner welfare groups in Southern California. She will stay in her foster home until she is adopted to a permanent loving home that will appreciate all her Yorkie wonderulness Happy Tails, Gita!
Ned's adopters saw a volunteer's ad on Craigslist, and the fact that he had been at the shelter for 3 years tugged at their heartstrings so they came down from Santa Maria to meet him. This dog loving vet tech and her partner promise to spoil Ned and take him on lots of walks on the beach. Happy Tails to you, Ned!
A family with 3 kids from Lompoc recently lost their dog due to old age. They visited the Santa Barbara shelter, saw Sarge, and knew that he was the dog for them. Sarge will now have lots of the attention that he deserves. Happy Tails to you, Sarge!
Valentine's Day was official adoption day for Chevy. Happy Tails, Chevy!
A volunteer gave herself a Valentine's gift...little Giblet (now Lucy). Little Lucy has come a long way from found abandoned in a creek bed with her sibling Turk, to the arms of her forever home. Happy Tails, Lucy !
A young man, new to Santa Barbara, came to the shelter looking for a new best friend. Pedro had been patiently waiting for him. Happy tails to you, Pedro!
Miss Bengal is sweetness and sunshine - a perfect choice for her new mom, dad and Ozzy. Ozzy was adopted from SB County shelter at four months about 1 1/2 years ago. He has grown into a playful, handsome boy who was smitten with our Bengal. Her name is now Kaya. Her new mom and dad have done a great job with Ozzy, and are excited about the new family member. Happy tails to you, Kaya!
Tia got the best forever home with the most amazing lovely and animal loving lady! Happy Forever Tails for Tia!
Chapo's framed photo taken by professional Amanda Jones captured the attention of a woman shopping on Coast Village Road in Montecito, and it was love at first sight! Her brother and mother flew down from Oregon, and her mother adopted Chapo. He'll be living in a nice house with a big yard and lots of family around him. They are all thrilled. Happy Tails to you, Chapo!