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My name is Bebe #122187!

Shiba Inu/Shar Pei Mix Dog for adoption in Apple Valley, California - Bebe #122187
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Apple Valley Animal Services

Facts about Bebe #122187

  • Breed: Shiba Inu/Shar Pei Mix
  • Color: Brown/Chocolate
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
  • Sex: Female
  • ID#: 122187
11/26/2016 - OWNER TURN IN: Bebe is being turned in because she has just recently bit the small dog that she lived with. They rehomed her and then she started no getting alond with the other dog on the new property. She is very good with people and hasn't had any problems with other dogs until now. She is also good with children. NO cats! She is a house dog and is very housebroken and crate trained. She likes to sleep on the couch and in bed with you. Bebe is a little playful but not overly so. She is not destructive in the home but if you lock her outside alone she will try her best to get in. She is afraid of fireworks and gunshots so she needs to be kept inside during fourth of July. She rides very well in the car. CS ***** AVAILABLE FOR ADOPTION NOW ***** spayed female ~4 yr old 52.1 pounds Bordatella given 11/26/16 ALT ID# 11-26-16 31

About Apple Valley Animal Services

About Our Shelter...

The Town of Apple Valley Animal Services Department consists of field and shelter staff that work together to protect public safety and provide humane animal care through sheltering, pet placement programs, education and law enforcement. Our philosophy is to promote responsible pet ownership, compassion toward animals and safe human-animal interactions. We celebrate partnerships with various individuals and rescue organizations that allow us to increase placement of adoptable animals into permanent loving homes. Working together, we all can provide a "Better Way of Life" for the animals in our care - four paws at a time.

Donate to Our Shelter...

For donations over the phone call: (760) 240-7000 ext 7555 OR Via PayPal: animalservices@applevalley.org

Come Meet Our Pets...

Come Visit Us!

Apple Valley Animal Services
22131 Powhatan Road
Apple Valley, CA 92307

Adoption Hours:
Tuesday - Saturday 9:00am to 4:00pm
Sunday, Monday & Holidays - CLOSED

AVAS Rescue Team FB Page:
https://www.facebook.com/AVASRescueTeam

AVAS Events & Activities FB Page:
https://www.facebook.com/AVAnimals

Our Adoption Process...

Interested in Adopting or Rescuing an animal from our facility? E-mail your contact information, rescue organization's name (if applicable) and the animal's identification number to: avasrescues@applevalley.org

All adopters must submit an adoption application for review and approval. When multiple adopters are interested in the same animal, approved applicants will be placed into a lottery, which will be drawn the morning the pet becomes available for adoption. AVAS staff will work with interested adopters/rescuers to determine the best placement for animals in our care. The priority will be placement into a permanent loving home.

Adoption fees:

Cats: $35 Includes: Spay/Neuter, free well pet check (participating veterinarians), first vaccine, and an educational adoption packet

Dogs: $75 + $10 for rabies vaccine + license fees in your area ($12 for residents of Apple Valley, $15 SB County) Includes: Spay/Neuter, first vaccines, free well pet check (participating veterinarians), a microchip (life-long registration) and an educational adoption packet.

Tax-exempt 501(c)3 Animal Rescue Organizations (as defined by the Internal Revenue Code) may transfer animals into their care at a reduced rate. Proof of tax-exempt status and a current Cooperative Transfer Agreement must be on file with AVAS. Terms and Fees outlined in agreement.

Animal Rescue Organizations or individuals forming a group to rescue animals that do not have a tax-exempt 501(c)3 status may contact AVAS staff for pre-approval of an Animal Rescue Organization Agreement (valid for 1-year). Terms outlined in agreement.


Microchips can also be purchased for owned animals for $20.00.

A microchip is a life-long form of identification that can never be lost or misplaced like traditional collars and tags. Microchips help us to get animals back to their owners even months after they have given up hope!