I'm being cared for by: Evidence of Love Animal Care
Help me get seen & adopted!
Facts about Precious
Breed: American Pit Bull Terrier/Labrador Retriever Mix
Color: Red/Golden/Orange/Chestnut - With White
Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
already spayed, housetrained, up to date with shots, good with kids, and good with dogs.
I am already spayed, housetrained, up to date with shots, good with kids, and good with dogs.
SWEET AFFECTION LAB PIT MIX LOOKING FOR GOOD HOME Hi, my name is Precious! I am a young female lab pit mix. I am about as sweet and affectionate as they come. I am shy with new people I meet however I am quick to make friends. I get along well with all dogs both small and large and young children. I like going on long walks and would make a good jogging companion. I listen well, obey commands and just easy to train. My mom thinks I would be a good companion or service dog for somebody special. Before I got rescued, I was an evidence animal in a cruelty case involving animal neglect. I am ready to go home immediately as I am already house trained, crate trained, vetted, spayed and have all my vaccinations. Please adopt me and I will love you forever!
MISSION STATEMENT We create happiness in evidence animals living in city and county animal shelters by placing them with their forever families. We accomplish this by providing adoption and foster services, shelter support services and creating community awareness of these animals. Our primary goal is to get all evidence dogs and cats out of the shelter environment and placed in a loving, responsible permanent or foster home as soon as possible.
WHAT WE DO...... Evidence of Love Animal Care is a 501(c)(3) non-profit animal welfare organization dedicated to creating happiness in evidence animals living in city and county animal shelters by placing them with their forever families. Most believe that all animals located at the animal shelters are available for adoption. This is not always the case. Evidence animals are a special group of animals that the shelter agencies handle with special treatment and usually are not allowed to be placed for adoption by the general public until the legal proceedings involving the evidence animals has been fully resolved. We work with various city and county animal care and control agencies to provide services for adoption, fostering, socialization and any other services that may be required to support the evidence animals and their shelter agencies. Our goal is to give evidence animals the best life possible while at the animal shelter and with the eventual placement in a loving permanent home.
Evidence of Love Animal Care is dedicated to rescuing these animals and supporting them in any way possible to have the best life during their most difficult times in their life until their eventual adoption into a permanent home. We have rescued, rehabilitated and adopted out many dogs and cats that were impounded at the various City and County animal shelters throughout Southern California. In addition, we have also rescued many other dogs and cats that were at risk of being euthanized at the animal shelters, abandoned by their owners and homeless strays.
Our Adoption Process...
It is very important to us that our adoption families are appropriately matched with animals that fit their lifestyle and personalities.
Prior to adoption, we require a home safety check with an EOL member, a completed adoption application and agreement.
We ask for an adoption donation of $100 for each adult dog, $300 for puppies and $125 for cats and kittens. All our animals are neutered/spayed, vaccinated, vetted, house-trained, crate-trained/litter pan trained and socialized. All our animals are in foster homes and so our foster parents get to know their animals well. Our foster parents can usually even answer the most detailed questions about the animals they are fostering.
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