My name is SNICKERS!

Border Terrier/Shepherd (Unknown Type) Mix Dog for adoption in Pasadena, California - SNICKERS
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United Hope for Animals LA

Facts about SNICKERS

  • Breed: Border Terrier/Shepherd (Unknown Type) Mix
  • Color: Tan/Yellow/Fawn - With Black
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
  • Sex: Male
  • ID#: 10507772-A4983992



A4983992 Snickers is a happy and charming 7-year old Pug and Chihuahua mix (aka a Chug) who was rescued from a high-intake public shelter. Weighing 20 lbs, Snickers is a quintessential family dog: he is laid back and has a solid medium energy level perfect for both walks and long lounging sessions on the couch. He has maintained his great attitude in spite of experiencing a terrible act of abuse that resulted in him requiring significant medical attention. Snickers is recovering beautifully, and his attitude of friendliness and love has not changed one iota. His can-do attitude has made him a favorite at the vet clinic that has been taking care of him, and we know he's going to bring his forever home a huge amount of joy and laughter with his dapper, confident personality. Snickers loves to walk on leash, is housebroken, and gets along with everyone he meets, human and canine alike. He is going to be an awesome best friend to anyone seeking a well-mannered and affectionate medium-small dog who will be your sidekick for all of life's adventures. 

CONTACT: Katja at

Snickers is a COURTESY LISTING and alum of the Baldwin Park Shelter Support Program. His video was taken while he was at the shelter.

About United Hope for Animals LA

About Our Rescue Group...

United Hope for Animals is a 501c3 non-profit organization committed to creating a world where our relationship with animals is guided by compassion and responsibility. We actively work toward bringing an end to the needless suffering of companion animals through community-based programs here at home and across the border.

The statistics are sobering: Together, one unspayed female dog, her unaltered mate and their offspring can produce 67,000 dogs in six years. Even with its prevalent spay/neuter programs, the United States euthanizes more than 6 million dogs and cats each year. Through our Shelter Support Program, we work in partnership with local shelters to reduce this number by raising public awareness about the overpopulation crisis faced by shelters, facilitating rescue and adoption of sheltered animals, and, in the process, bringing identity and dignity to the many lives that would otherwise pass anonymously through an overburdened animal control system.

Across the border, we sponsor a regular Spay/Neuter clinic to provide spay/neuter services to families who could not otherwise afford them, and through our Pererra program work to provide a humane and gentle passing to pets who have no other options.

Come Meet Our Pets...

Please contact the Volunteer Adoption Coordinator listed in the ad for more information. (Please note that you are calling a volunteer, not a facility.)

For pets that are part of our Shelter Support Program at either the Baldwin Park or Downey shelters, you may also contact or visit the shelter directly. For more information on our Shelter Support Program, visit

Our Adoption Process...

The adoption process for UHA foster pets requires an application, phone interview, and home check.

For more information about the adoption process of pets that are part of our Shelter Support Program, visit