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My name is Baby Girl 2!
Adoption process
1.

Visit the Facility and Find a Pet

2.

Submit Application

3.

Interview

4.

Home Check

5.

Approve Application

6.

Sign Adoption Contract

Facts about me

Breed
Terrier (Unknown Type, Medium)
Color
Tan/Yellow/Fawn - with White
Age
1 year 9 months old, Young
Size
(When grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Weight
(Current) 42 lb
Sex
Female
Pet ID
ps_1372054-1077796

My info

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

My story

AVAILABLE FOR ADOPTION! Baby Girl is an one and a half year old, Terrier mix young adult looking for a compasionate person to love her. She barks when meeting new people, but just needs to meet the right adopter that can work with her. She will probably benefit from a patient adopter who can come visit her several times before adopting to get to know her better. She seems to do well with most other dogs, and might like a canine companion in her new home, if it is the right fit! Baby Girl will need some socialization skills, but we have been working with her and she has came a long way! Baby Girl is spayed and current on vaccinations and preventatives. Apply to adopt Baby Girl by clicking this link: https://petstablished.com/adoption_form/22173/generi 


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Shelter

The Humane Society of Tuolumne, Inc.

Contact info
Pet ID
ps_1372054-1077796
Contact
Megan Scoullar
Address
Jamestown, CA 95327

Their adoption process

1.

Visit the Facility and Find a Pet

2.

Submit Application

3.

Interview

4.

Home Check

We do yard inspections for dogs to make sure the yard is fenced and is suitable for a dog.

5.

Approve Application

We call potential adopters' veterinarian to make sure their animals are up to date on vaccines and on a heart-worm preventative.

6.

Sign Adoption Contract

Additional adoption info

It is $100 for an altered dog. Unaltered puppies are $100 plus a state required voucher for alteration which is $40. Total then is $140. Altered cats are $55. Unaltered kittes are $30 plus the state required voucher for alteration which is $40. Total then is $70.

Go meet their pets

We are open Monday through Friday from 9:30am to 1:30pm, Saturday 9:30am to 1:30pm.Due to Covid we are closed to the public, however, we do make appointments for potential adopters to meet and spend time with the dog/cat. Please call 209-984-5490 to make an appointment. We are located in Jamestown behind C & C Mini Mart, and next to ATTCAA Food Bank and Animal Control. We have various adoption events, and you can keep updated on those by logging onto our web site for the latest related information.

More about this shelter

The Humane Society of Tuolumne County is a non-profit 501 (c)(3) organization established December 12, 1947 . At that time, however, there was no facility. The animals available for adoption were kept in volunteers’ homes. In the late l980’s, the Humane Society gained a business office, but the animals were still kept in the homes of volunteers. Then, in 1997, the Humane Society acquired its current facility in Jamestown where there are 35 dog runs and 36 cat cages with a capacity to shelter over 90 animals. We are a limited intake facility. Half our adoptable animals come from Tuolumne County Animal Control, and the remaining adoptable animals are owner released. Our mission: Find Homes for abandoned, abused and unwanted cats & dogs, while promoting responsible pet ownership. To provide and maintain a clean and safe haven for adoptable unwanted dogs and cats and promote responsible pet ownership. We are 100% supported through private donations and volunteers. The HSTC does not euthanize an animal unless our team agrees its quality of life is critically compromised. HSTC placed over 500 companion animals into homes 2007-2008 fiscal years. We have a net loss of $205 on every dog and $80 on every cat adopted out. We accept as many animals for adoption that our donations and volunteers can support. More donations and volunteers=more happy adopted pets and fewer animals euthanized. During County-wide emergencies our crew of staff & volunteers assist Animal Control with pet rescue and providing temporary shelter. Assistance is available to low income cat owners from SNAP (Spay Neuter Assistance Program), program held the last week of each month.