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Pet of the Week - Dawn
Beautiful Dawn is in search of a loving new home! Dawn, a ten year old Doberman and Vizsla mix is full of life and wonder and while she may be considered a senior you would never know it by her peppy personality and high activity level.
Dawn was originally brought to the Humane Society of Ventura County after being rescued in the field by our Humane Officers.Officers were responding to a tip about an older dog who was in poor health and living in unsanitary conditions. Dawn's previous owners agreed with the Officers that she would do best in the hands of the Humane Society and she was signed over to the shelter in order to recuperate and find a loving forever home.
With the proper care Dawn quickly began to make improvements and has recovered nicely from a case of Lick Granuloma, a skin order commonly found in dogs. Dawn is always in good spirits, in fact you would hardly know Dawn is ten years old with her high energy level and up-beat personality. While we have limited information on her background, Dawn has a lovely character with plenty of affection to give. As with all animals rescued in the field, Dawn's adoption will be overseen by our Humane Officers to make sure she finds the perfect new home that can meet her needs.
Included with every dog adoption will be the first DHPP shot of the series, a rabies vaccine, a wellness check good for up to three days from participating veterinarians, implanting an identification microchip (registration extra), spay or neuter surgery, if necessary, as well as a collar, ID tag, and a leash.
For dog adoptions, a yard check will be performed prior to adoption. In addition to adequate fencing and shelter, those wishing to adopt a pet must provide either proof of ownership of the residence or a rental agreement for that address indicating that pets are allowed.
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