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Female Adult N/A

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Boo

Domestic Short Hair

Boo was surrendered by her owner to Stockton Animal Services when they were unable to care for her medical needs. Boo was transferred to... show more

Boo was surrendered by her owner to Stockton Animal Services when they were unable to care for her medical needs. Boo was transferred to Valley Humane on 4/5 and underwent surgery to remove bladder stones on 4/14. Boo is recovering well from her surgery and her sassy personality is coming out as she feels better. She is a happy and affectionate cat but can get overstimulated with too much attention.This cat had surgery on 4/14/21 for the removal of uroliths or stones from her urinary bladder. The surgery was a success, all stones were removed, and she recovered very well. The stones are being analyzed by a veterinary laboratory. Based on the result of the stone analysis, she may need to be on a veterinary prescription diet for the rest of her life. Feeding this prescription diet and encouraging increased water consumption will help to prevent her from forming stones in the future, however, there is still the possibility that she could develop bladder stones again and require treatment by your veterinarian.Stone analysis results will be forwarded to the adopting family once available.Valley Humane conducts adoptions by appointment only. If you would like to adopt Boo, please complete an Adoption Inquiry Form (copy and paste the following URL into your browser), https://valleyhumane.org/adoption/adoption-inquiry-form/An adoption counselor will reach out via telephone to conduct an adoption interview. Once you have submitted your application, stand by to answer our call! Animals posted to the website are ready to go home and applicants are typically called the same day as the Inquiry Form is received.If approved, we will schedule an adoption appointment for you, your family and the animal at our facility in Pleasanton.https://valleyhumane.org/safe-adoption-guidelines/ show less

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Dottie

31 Flavors Mixes

Dottie was transferred to Valley Humane on 2/26 from Stockton Animal Services. She had been found stray. Dottie weighs 40 pounds.Dottie... show more

Dottie was transferred to Valley Humane on 2/26 from Stockton Animal Services. She had been found stray. Dottie weighs 40 pounds.Dottie is a big fan of belly rubs. She does well on walks and loves to nap in the sun. Dottie is sweet, sensitive and mellow. She really dislikes her crate and prefers to sleep in bed with her human. She is housebroken and walks fairly well on a leash.This dog may be deaf or severely hearing impaired. Her ear canals appear normal and both tympanic membranes (ear drums) are intact. Hearing impaired dogs can be taught hand signals instead of voice commands and can make wonderful pets and lead full and rewarding lives. For her own protection, she should not ever be allowed off leash in an unenclosed area.Valley Humane conducts adoptions by appointment only. If you would like to adopt Dottie, please complete an Adoption Inquiry Form (copy and paste the following URL into your browser), https://valleyhumane.org/adoption/adoption-inquiry-form/An adoption counselor will reach out via telephone to conduct an adoption interview. Once you have submitted your application, stand by to answer our call! Animals posted to the website are ready to go home and applicants are typically called the same day as the Inquiry Form is received.If approved, we will schedule an adoption appointment for you, your family and the animal at our facility in Pleasanton.https://valleyhumane.org/safe-adoption-guidelines/ show less

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Easter

Domestic Short Hair

Easter was transferred to Valley Humane on 3/7 from Stockton Animal Services. She had been found stray with 3 kittens. Easter weighs 8.0... show more

Easter was transferred to Valley Humane on 3/7 from Stockton Animal Services. She had been found stray with 3 kittens. Easter weighs 8.04 pounds and is estimated to be between 1 and 4 years old.This cat has been diagnosed with periodontal disease (also known as gum disease or dental disease.) This disease is extremely common in dogs and cats, especially as they age (however, it can also occur in younger animals due to genetic and other factors.) Periodontal disease occurs when bacterial plaque causes inflammation of the gums and eventual destruction of the bone in which the teeth are anchored.This patient had a dental cleaning recently at an animal hospital. At that time the patient was anesthetized and all the teeth were cleaned with an ultrasonic scaler to remove tartar and plaque. The teeth were then polished to prevent premature tartar build up. Teeth that were determined to be unhealthy were extracted. Dental care is an on-going process that will need to be addressed for the life of this patient. The adopting family is encouraged to discuss continuing dental care for this patient with their family veterinarian or a veterinary dentist.Valley Humane conducts adoptions by appointment only. If you would like to adopt Easter, please complete an Adoption Inquiry Form (copy and paste the following URL into your browser), https://valleyhumane.org/adoption/adoption-inquiry-form/An adoption counselor will reach out via telephone to conduct an adoption interview. Once you have submitted your application, stand by to answer our call! Animals posted to the website are ready to go home and applicants are typically called the same day as the Inquiry Form is received.If approved, we will schedule an adoption appointment for you, your family and the animal at our facility in Pleasanton.https://valleyhumane.org/safe-adoption-guidelines/ show less

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Eli

Eli was transferred to Valley Humane on 3/7 from Stockton Animal Services. He had been found stray. Eli weighs 7.54 pounds and is estima... show more

Eli was transferred to Valley Humane on 3/7 from Stockton Animal Services. He had been found stray. Eli weighs 7.54 pounds and is estimated to be between 1 and 4 years old. Eli is nervous when meeting new people but warms up with treats, treats and more treats! He is a good eater, treat-motivated and once he trusts you, he doesn't want to get off your lap!In foster care, he is fine with the household cats. He barked at them a few times, but for the most part, leaves them completely alone. He adores the other adult male Chihuahua mix in his foster home but on walks, he does seem more scared of big dogs.He loves people and he loves cuddling. He doesn't play with toys very much. Eli is a bit timid at first, but warms up to people pretty quickly!Follow Eli's adventures in foster on IG, @tyr_and_lokiThis patient has been diagnosed with periodontal disease (also known as gum disease or dental disease.) This disease is extremely common in dogs and cats, especially as they age (however, it can also occur in younger animals due to genetic and other factors.) Periodontal disease occurs when bacterial plaque causes inflammation of the gums and eventual destruction of the bone in which the teeth are anchored. This patient had a dental cleaning recently at a veterinary hospital. At that time the patient was anesthetized and all the teeth were cleaned with an ultrasonic scaler to remove tartar and plaque. The teeth were then polished to prevent premature tartar build up. The teeth were visually evaluated for fractures, and periodontal disease. Teeth that were determined to be unhealthy were removed. Dental care is an on-going process that will need to be addressed for the life of this patient. The adopting family is encouraged to discuss continuing dental care for this patient with their family veterinarian.Valley Humane conducts adoptions by appointment only. If you would like to adopt Eli, please complete an Adoption Inquiry Form (copy and paste the following URL into your browser), https://valleyhumane.org/adoption/adoption-inquiry-form/An adoption counselor will reach out via telephone to conduct an adoption interview. Once you have submitted your application, stand by to answer our call! Animals posted to the website are ready to go home and applicants are typically called the same day as the Inquiry Form is received.If approved, we will schedule an adoption appointment for you, your family and the animal at our facility in Pleasanton.https://valleyhumane.org/safe-adoption-guidelines/ show less