Beneath that mass of black shaggy hair is a ten-month-old male puppy who has been at the Chula Vista Animal Care Center since November 22. How does this little cockapoo (a combination of cocker spaniel and miniature poodle) even see? How does anyone even see this cockapoo?
“It’s beyond comprehension how any shelter advocating the adoption of stray, abandoned and surrendered pets could post a picture like this. Even worse, is not providing even the minimum of a description about this puppy’s personality or his temperament. Shame on all of you at Chula Vista,” stated Catherine Beecher, a veterinary student in Miami.
Click here for this puppy’s PetHarbor link. For more information about this animal, call Chula Vista Animal Care Facility at (619) 691-5123. Ask for information about animal ID number A168108.
Chula Vista Animal Care Facility is located at 130 Byer Way in Chula Vista, California. Please call: (619) 691-5123 or Fax: (619) 482-8472.
Hours: Tuesday – Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Closed Sunday and Monday.
Interested in adopting this puppy?
$75 for dogs (except those that have been available for adoption for more than 60 days)
$25 adoption fee for LTRC (long term residents)
Senior adoption fee $35.00 (Dogs over 7 years of age)
Initial intake vaccines
1-year license (CV residents only)
Spay/Neuter surgery (required by law)
Unfortunately there has been no information made available about this puppy. If interested in finding out more details, please call (619) 691-5123.
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