Dan Sileo Pet Connection

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    Meet CALI!

    Cali is a 10 month old yellow Labrador puppy who was being surrendered to the Orange County Animal shelter when L&F did an intervention. This sweet, well socialized guy was being turned in because his family found out he had bilateral hip dysplasia…plus, they were moving.

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    Meet NICKS!

    icks is a 3.5 year old ex-racing Greyhound for adoption from the Greyhound Adoption Center on Dehesa Rd, in El Cajon. She’s been at the center since arriving with 14 other racing Greyhounds in August. There are usually about 40-50 adoptable Greyhounds at the center at any given time. In fact, you can meet them all this Sunday, the 19th, at the Open House from 1-to-3 p.m.

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    Meet CORY!

    Cory is a black and white, Domestic Shorthair kitty who was brought to a local animal shelter after being hit by a car resulting in a fractured pelvis. The shelter called The Rescue House who was able to put him into a foster home where he could receive the TLC he needed to heal. His favorite activity is eating, followed very closely by lap time with lots of face and head rubs.

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    Meet OLIVE!

    Olive is a 7-year-old spayed female Labrador retriever mix available for adoption at the San Diego Humane Society, Escondido Campus. Olive is your typical Lab! She is happy-go-lucky and is rarely seen without a smiling face and wagging tail. She is very interactive and engaging with people and loves to go out for her daily walks. She does well with other dogs, too, so she might not mind having a canine companion in her new home (a younger male dog is her preference).

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    Meet Gina, Sheela and Panzer!

    These guys are “REPRESENTIN’” for all the 140 BIG DOGS who will be at the BIG DOGS ROCK Adoption Event this Saturday on Fiesta Island!

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    Meet Sheldon!

    SHELDON, 2 1/2 years old, is an ex-racing greyhound residing at the Greyhound Adoption Center. He arrived with a fractured rear leg on January 14. Fortunately for Sheldon, his injury did not require surgical intervention and his break healed with the use of splints and many weeks of bed rest; however, even without surgery, his recovery was lengthy, tedious, and painful, requiring numerous trips to the veterinarian for splint changes and check-ups. Sheldon was an excellent patient during his rehabilitation process and has since been medically released for adoption.

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    Meet RIZZO!

    Rizzo is a full-grown Poodle/Schnauzer mix weighing in at 17-pounds, and if you can imagine, he was rescued off the streets weighing just 10-pounds. He’s been fattened up in a loving foster home since February, which emphasizes the importance of foster families to the rescue community. Rizzo is good with cats, dogs, and all people, including children.

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    Meet DEVO!

    Devo is a charming, playful guy, ready for any adventure. Small for a Great Pyrenees at just 95-pounds and 2 years of age….normally males are at least 100-pounds. He’s had two owners, first, a young girl who socialized him and took him everywhere, hence his love of car rides.

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    Meet (darling) DARLA!

    Darla was likely a huge money maker by being breed too often by her original owner who then gave her away.  Her new family would drop her off at Doggy Day care because she suffers from separation anxiety, for which she takes Puppy Prozac.

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    Meet Gracie!

    Gracie is a 2 year old, spayed female Boxer/Pittie mix for adoption. She was very much loved by her previous family, but their older dog just never accepted Gracie into the home, and after trying many different ways to make it work, Gracie was put up for adoption. Her foster family says she is completely housebroken and a sweet, happy bundle of love!