This dog is at Animal Friends of the Valleys shelter. Please call the shelter at 951-674-0618 for information and availability, as our email link does not reach the shelter.
Pet Intake ID#: 342759 A
("LF" after ID# indicates dog was brought into the shelter as a lost or found pet and may have a hold time. You may request your name be put on the dog, and you will be notified if and when they become available for adoption)
Intake Date: 4/15/17
Age: This baby girl is Honey and she is just 2 years old!
She's also leash trained, likes her car rides and grooming, housebroken and is OK to leave home alone too.
My name is Honey because I'm as sweet as it.
Shelter notes: I'D MAKE A PERFECT RELAXING FAMILY DOG. I'M GOOD WITH CHILDREN AND OTHER DOGS.
Please contact the Animal Friends of the Valleys shelter via phone with adoption inquires on this animal, as our email address will only reach one of our volunteers who does not work at the shelter and has no additional information on them. Shelter contact information:
Animal Friends of the Valleys
Address: 33751 Mission Trail, Wildomar, CA 92595
Hours: Monday-Saturday 10 am to 4 pm (Wednesday 10 am to 7 pm)
Open third Sunday of the month, noon to 4 pm
DOG ADOPTION FEES:
$80- Altered (already spayed/neutered upon entering shelter)
$60 - Unaltered (plus spay/neuter fee - unaltered pets must be spayed/neutered prior to adoption)
PitBulls or Chihuhuas: $5.00 (plus spay/neuter fee if not yet sterilized - unaltered pets must be spayed/neutered prior to adoption)
Mature Pets (5 years and older):
$50 - Altered (already spayed/neutered upon entering shelter)
$35 - Unaltered (plus spay/neuter fee - unaltered pets must be spayed/neutered prior to adoption)
$25 - Senior Citizen (60+) Adopting a Senior Dog (over 5 years)
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