found a new home!
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I am already spayed, up to date with shots, good with dogs, and not good with cats.
She is a big beautiful adult female, all white except for some black on her tail. We think she's 5-6 years old. Damsel and her mate where allowed to roam freely & breed indiscriminately for years. Both ended up at the pound more than once, and the last time, the owner redeemed the male, but relinquished the female to the county, claiming she was a cat killer. According to her former owner, she's a wolf, but we recently e-mailed her picture to a wolf rescue, and based just on her looks, their opinion was that she was NOT a wolf. She does howl when she is in distress, but we also have a Husky/Lab who howls. She has quickly become a volunteer favorite, she walks very nicely on a leash, is well mannered, usually waits patiently in her kennel until it's her turn to walk, takes treats nicely, and has shown us just a glimpse of playfulness. She did live with other dogs, and gets along with some of our other dogs, but not all of them.
Come check out Damsel & our other dogs available for adoption at 2650 Washington Blvd, Crescent City, CA 95531. Please call us at (707) 464-7235 for additional information.
Del Norte County Animal Control is located in rural Crescent City, CA (a tiny coastal city on the OR/CA border). We have a very small shelter with small indoor 3x6 kennel runs, low foot traffic, odd adoption hours and it rains a lot which means the dogs can’t come outside and play. Please consider making a difference in a dog’s life and adopt from our shelter!
We are open Monday – Friday from 8am to 5pm.
We are closed Saturday and Sunday.
Address: 2650 Washington Blvd - Crescent City, CA 95531
Shelter phone: (707) 464-7235
Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DNdogs707
Adoption fees are between $15 - $95 depending on if the dog has been previously fixed and if you are adopting in Del Norte County or out of the county.
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