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My name is Beast!
Adoption process
1.

Submit Application

2.

Visit the Facility and Find a Pet

3.

Home Check

4.

Sign Adoption Contract

5.

Pay Fee

6.

Take the Pet Home

1.

Submit Application

2.

Visit the Facility and Find a Pet

3.

Home Check

4.

Sign Adoption Contract

5.

Pay Fee

6.

Take the Pet Home

Adoption application
Apply to Adopt

Facts about me

Breed
Great Dane/Bulldog
Color
Brindle - with White
Age
5 years old, Young
Size
(When grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Weight
(Current) 70 lbs
Sex
Male
Pet ID
D-B-7

My info

Small blue checkmark Good with kids
Small blue checkmark Good with dogs
Small blue checkmark Shots current
Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered
Small blue checkmark Housetrained

My story

HUGE ADOPTION FEE SALE - lowered to $125. Owner moving soon.

Beast, a 4 year old male Great Dane-Bulldog, blue eyed, blonde brindle.

He's a beautiful blonde brindle with some white markings. Sweet, crate and house trained. Not crazy about cats.

ADOPTION FEE LOWERED TO $125 because of lack of space and owner moving out of state.

Nancy Coleman - Foster

No babies, cats, small dogs or large male dogs. He'll work good with a large female.
HUGE ADOPTION FEE SALE - lowered to $125. Owner moving soon.

Beast, a 4 year old male Great Dane-Bulldog, blue eyed, blonde brindle.

He's a beautiful blonde brindle with some white markings. Sweet, crate and house trained. Not crazy about cats.

ADOPTION FEE LOWERED TO $125 because of lack of space and owner moving out of state.

Nancy Coleman - Foster

No babies, cats, small dogs or large male dogs. He'll work good with a large female.
Rescue

California Animal Rescue & Education Sanctuary

Contact info
Pet ID
D-B-7
Contact
Share Bond
Email
Address
Palmdale, CA 93535
Donation

Their adoption process

1.

Submit Application

Once application is submitted, we interview the potential adopter. Fill out the application, print, & screen-shot it to text 661-268-9809.

2.

Visit the Facility and Find a Pet

Most of the time the people come meet the pet, see how they get along with their other pets and family at our Sanctuary.

3.

Home Check

We make sure that the fencing and gates are secure, no fox tails and no chance of escaping. Because of Covid, screen shot pictures.)

4.

Sign Adoption Contract

We make sure that the adopters understand what they are signing.

5.

Pay Fee

Fee (cash only) includes spay-neuter, vaccinations, deworming, microchipping. Microchipping only for dogs, but $20 extra for aother animals

6.

Take the Pet Home

If a puppy or kitten is too young to be fixed and rabies vaccinated, they must go to a veterinarian of our choosing M-F 8-9:00 a.m.

Additional adoption info

Our adoption fees for dogs normally run from $350 to $650 for dogs that need a lot of grooming, oftentimes more for puppies and pure breeds. Adoption fees are usually less for kittens/cats ($100-200). Our fees are higher if a lot of medical treatments are incurred (teeth cleaning, X-rays, blood tests, grooming, or we get the animals fixed where we get puppies. CARES does have a contract and we do a house check. The requirements are pretty standard for most animal rescues. We thoroughly investigate the potential home situation to ensure that the animal will be happy and safe, and that the new caretakers are satisfied with their new family member.
Our adoption fees for dogs normally run from $350 to $650 for dogs that need a lot of grooming, oftentimes more for puppies and pure breeds. Adoption fees are usually less for kittens/cats ($100-200). Our fees are higher if a lot of medical treatments are incurred (teeth cleaning, X-rays, blood tests, grooming, or we get the animals fixed where we get puppies. CARES does have a contract and we do a house check. The requirements are pretty standard for most animal rescues. We thoroughly investigate the potential home situation to ensure that the animal will be happy and safe, and that the new caretakers are satisfied with their new family member.

Go meet their pets

CARES is in Lake Los Angeles, CA (E. Lancaster). We occasionally have a booth at events such as World Dog Day in West Hollywood; Bark at the Park in Lancaster; and at our Sanctuary in Lake Los Angeles (E. Lancaster). Come see us at our adoption days on weekends at the 47th St. E. PetSmart in Palmdale, CA. Most of the time we are there on Saturdays from 11:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., but occasionally on a Sunday (same hours). Four times a year we are there for 3-day National Adoption Weekends. The next one will be 9/13-15/19.
CARES is in Lake Los Angeles, CA (E. Lancaster). We occasionally have a booth at events such as World Dog Day in West Hollywood; Bark at the Park in Lancaster; and at our Sanctuary in Lake Los Angeles (E. Lancaster). Come see us at our adoption days on weekends at the 47th St. E. PetSmart in Palmdale, CA. Most of the time we are there on Saturdays from 11:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., but occasionally on a Sunday (same hours). Four times a year we are there for 3-day National Adoption Weekends. The next one will be 9/13-15/19.

More about this rescue

Share Bond has been doing animal rescue, community outreach programs, media work, teaching at wildlife, companion animal and animal rights conferences all over the US. We at CARES help all animals in one way or another and are not speciesists. We have specialists in all areas needed at our rescue facility. CARES is also a sanctuary for non-placeable animals (deaf, senior animals, special needs) and we make sure that each and every animal has plenty of space, mental enrichment, attention, and a clean environment with the best food possible. I chose to do this work because it is needed. We all owe it to the animals. Our important programs (Animal Crime Watch, Neighborhood Watch For Animals, Stray-Free Lake LA, TNR+, Humane Wildlife Solutions, etc.) are desperately needed. Someone needs to get through to the general public.
Share Bond has been doing animal rescue, community outreach programs, media work, teaching at wildlife, companion animal and animal rights conferences all over the US. We at CARES help all animals in one way or another and are not speciesists. We have specialists in all areas needed at our rescue facility. CARES is also a sanctuary for non-placeable animals (deaf, senior animals, special needs) and we make sure that each and every animal has plenty of space, mental enrichment, attention, and a clean environment with the best food possible. I chose to do this work because it is needed. We all owe it to the animals. Our important programs (Animal Crime Watch, Neighborhood Watch For Animals, Stray-Free Lake LA, TNR+, Humane Wildlife Solutions, etc.) are desperately needed. Someone needs to get through to the general public.