This is Gigi (AFA#12-05F). She is a Shepherd/Spitz mix. She is golden-brown and weighs about 55 pounds. Gigi is approximately 3 years old. Gigi is very sweet and wants to please. She also likes to retrieve balls and catch Frisbees and is most playful. Like Cisco, Gigi would be best as the only dog or with one other dog. Gigi, Mimi (AFA#12-06F), Cisco (AFA#12-04M) and Jethro (AFA#12-07M) all came from the same place so any of these dogs would be good together for someone looking to get a second dog. (Note: with Cisco, Gigi, Mimi or Jethro, there is a two for the price of one to keep any of these animals together. They were all rescued simultaneously and they are all compatible interchangeably.) Gigi is spayed with shots. For more information on Gigi, please call Lisa @ tele # 661-944-3396 or 661-917-7742 or email email@example.com.
High Desert Angels for Animals rescues abandoned and unwanted dogs in the Antelope Valley, intercepting before they are turned into the animal shelter. We strive for the 3 R's: rescue, rehabilitate and re-home.
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We are a Los Angeles County licensed kennel, for viewing of the dogs, please request and fill out an adoption application. If initially approved, we will contact you for a phone interview. Our adoption process requires a home visit and contract.
Our Adoption Process...
All our animals are spayed or neutered prior to adoption, current on their vaccines, including rabies shots if they are old enough. Our adoption process consists of an interview and application to determine the best match for the animal and the adoptive family. If the application is approved, a home check will be conducted, and a contract signed. Part of our ongoing commitment to the adoptive family includes a follow up call to ensure all is well following the adoption. Our adoption fees for dogs are $150 and up.
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