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!

Asha is adopted into a wonderful home! Happy Tails to you, Asha!
Yay! Noel is adopted into the family of one of our volunteers! Happy Tails to you, Noel!
Taffy caught the eye of a veterinarian who wanted to help to find her a new home. Now Taffy is adopted into her forever home with her very own vet tech! Happy Tails to you Taffy!
Sandra Dee
Adopted to a lovely family with another dog. Happy Tails to you, Sandra Dee!
Kayla, one of our favorite small dogs to feature for adoption at our community events, adopted. Happy Tails to you, Kayla!
Adopted, Happy Tails to you, Junior!
Martini, adopted to a wonderful family who also adopted another little white poodle from K-9 PALS a number of years ago. Happy Tails to you, Martini!
Manny has been adopted by a friend of one of our faithful volunteers, and he is so very happy to be out of the shelter and in a loving home. Happy Tails to you, Manny!
Adopted. Happy Tails to you, Scout!
Bosco met a great young couple looking for great young puppy, and it was a perfect match. Bosco is adopted. Happy Tails to you, Bosco!
Curtis is a sweet little senior boy that was abandoned and ended up at the county shelter. K-9 PALS took care of getting Curtis' diagnostics and surgery to remove his infected teeth, and our good friends Micah and Linsday (and their dogs and cats) fostered him while he got healthy. A really nice man was looking for a little best friend and got to know Curtis and fell for him just like the rest of us. So Curtis rode off with his new best friend to his new home in LA. But he isn't out of our lives, he will be back to visit. Happy Tails to you, Curtis!
Scooter will be living in his new home with a big yard, 2 small dogs and 2 cats. His mom and dad also foster 2 more small dogs from DAWG, so they are used to managing a menagerie. Scooter's dad loves the small dogs, but is anxious to have a larger pup to "do stuff" with , so Scooter will be keeping busy and having lots of fun. Happy Tails to you, Scooter!
Skittles was transferred to our adoption partner, DAWG, to continue search for adoption. Skittles just got adopted into his forever home to a loving early - retired couple with no other pets or kids. Skittles is wagging his fluffy tail like crazy. Here's wishing Happy Tails to you, Skittles!
Another partnerhip effort with DAWG to save a life and find a forever home. Knuckles, adopted to a single active young man who will spend lots of time with Knuckles. Happy Tails to you, Knuckles!
Popcorn Two
Popcorn has been transferred to our adoption partner Cold Noses Warm Hearts to continue her search for a forever home. If you are interested in adopting Popcorn, contact 805-967-2446, and let them know K-9 PALS sent you!
Angelina, didn't start out getting a fair shake at a chance for a forever home, but now she has! Adopted! Happy Tails to you, Angelina!
Mickey - Second Chance Cocker Rescue
Adopted, Happy Tails to you, Mickey!
Adopted by his foster family. Happy Tails to you, Sammy!
Kenickie, adopted, happy to get scooped up and ride away in a truck with his new family, of nice couple, two sons and two cats! Happy Tails to you, Kenickie!
Darwin is one the cutest, sweetest dogs ever, who should have been been rehomed right away but went unnoticed at the shelter. Any time he was at K-9 PALS outreach and adoption events our volunteers and the public have had delightful times with him. Darwin made a perfect poster boy at the Earth Day Festival for K-9 PALS message that wonderful dogs are abandoned in every day who are adoptable and deserving of another chance at a life long loving home. Now he is adopted! Happy Tails to you, Darwin!

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