Saturdays & Sundays 10am-3pm
4312 Rawson Rd, Corning, CA 96021
Sadly, Comet has been locked up at the shelter for over a year now. Like most of our long-term residents, prejudice against 'pit bull' type dogs is the main reason he's been passed over for so long. People often assume they're mean and dangerous but, in Comet's case, nothing could be further from the truth. Comet is a happy, playful 2 to 3-year-old who likes to live life to the fullest and is looking for the same in a best friend. He loves getting out for walks, playing in the water and chasing balls. Comet is also very people-oriented, smart as a whip and highly trainable. He would do best in a an active home with older kids that can keep up with him. Other emotionally stable dogs may be an option too. Cats are not. If you are interested in adopting this handsome, fun-loving fellow, please stop by the Corning Animal Shelter at 4312 Rawson Rd, Sat-Sun 10am-3pm; call us at (530) 824-1985; or apply online at http://www.secondchancepetrescue.org/adoption-application.html
Our regular adoption fee is $75 and it includes the dog's spay/neuter surgery, vaccinations, flea treatment, dewormer, and microchip.
Prospective adopters must agree to a home visit, have secure fencing and allow their dog to sleep inside at night. Those coming from out of town may submit a vet reference in place of a home visit. All renters need landlord approval.
If you already have a dog or two, they must be spayed/neutered and brought to the shelter for a meet and greet. Homes that already have more than two dogs, or any unaltered dogs, will not be considered.
Exceptions to these rules may be made in special circumstances.
To get started, please stop by the shelter at 4312 Rawson Rd in Corning Sat-Sun 10am-3pm, call us at 530-824-1985 or apply online at http://www.secondchancepetrescue.org/adoption-application.html
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