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Male Adult Domestic Short Hair

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Angus

American Pit Bull Terrier

#712674Age: 4 yrsWeight: 77 lbs How this pet arrived:This pet was brought in by a Good Samaritan. At SDHS: Angus has been microchipped a... show more

#712674Age: 4 yrsWeight: 77 lbs How this pet arrived:This pet was brought in by a Good Samaritan. At SDHS: Angus has been microchipped and vaccinated. He is now ready for his new home! Why this pet is the one for you:Angus is a silly, stocky goofball who loves playtime, praise, and petting! While he will eat cheese and whipped cream, his real passion is play. He absolutely LOVES balls, especially tennis balls and Jolly Balls, and enjoys playing tug with rope toys as well. He also loves going for sniff walks and offers the cutest rapid tail wags in response to baby talk! Overall, Angus is a very vocal guy who will bark and whine for you to spend time with him - and once you do, he won't want you to leave his side!Angus has spent some time at our Behavior Center to overcome some shy/fearfulness and frustration related to barriers. Using playtime, praise, and petting, our trainers and animal caregivers have worked with him to develop confidence, especially around new people (he can be a bit shy at first!). While he has made great strides, Angus will do best in a low-traffic, calm household with older children (16+) or adults who can read his body language and help him feel comfortable. He is recommended to go to a family without cats, and while he may do well living with another dog, he will need to be supervised during play sessions. Due to his shy/fearful nature, he would prefer not to hang out in high-activity areas like dog parks and beaches - but don't worry, he'll keep you plenty entertained at home and on walks! Finally, Angus has some orthopedic issues, and needs to lose a little weight to look and feel his best. Regular, low-impact activity will be his recipe for success!If you're interested in learning more about sweet, goofy Angus, contact us today! Primary Color: Black Secondary Color: White Weight: 75.4 Age: 4yrs 1mths 3wks show less

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Babbity

#702236Age: 3 months Weight: 6lbs 4oz. How this pet arrived: This pet was born in care on October 29, 2020. At SDHS:Babbity has been mic... show more

#702236Age: 3 months Weight: 6lbs 4oz. How this pet arrived: This pet was born in care on October 29, 2020. At SDHS:Babbity has been microchipped, spayed, and is up to date on vaccinations. Now she's ready for her new home! Why this pet is the one for you: This rose eyed beauty is Babbity! Babbity has had a hard time finding a home because many people over look pink eyed animals. Similar to black cats Albino animals are usually the last to be adopted. This breaks our hearts because New Zealand rabbits are often known as "gentle giants". Babbity is incredibly personable and outgoing. Despite her winning personality adopters haven't given this gem a chance once they find out about her pink eyes. We think Pink eyed rabbits are beautiful, and we always advise choosing a pet based on their heart rather than their appearance. Babbity loves zooming around her room with her siblings and jumping off things like a wild parkour bunny! She adores new company, but she prefers to "take things slow" when it comes to PDA. She's an affectionate rabbit with people she knows, but may duck away if a stranger tries to pet her. However, she has no problem getting in their space and following them around! In her foster home she lived with other rabbits and a rabbit friendly dog. Babbity loved her dog, and enjoyed spending time with her by jumping on top of her! She also enjoyed being groomed by her dog, and often fell asleep during grooming sessions! Babbity, like all rabbits, will need a large x-pen/playpen like enclosure with at least 12 square feet of room to stretch out. Rabbits are very easy to litter-box train, and Babbity is getting better at this everyday! Babbity will also need plenty of daily time to explore outside of her pen and hang with her human! If you'd like to learn more about Babbity make an appointment today! Rabbit Hemorrhagic Disease Virus (RHDV2) is a highly contagious disease affecting rabbits. Due to its presence in San Diego County, all rabbits will receive a mandatory RHDV2 vaccine before adoption. Guests will be charged $12 for this vaccine upon adoption. Primary Color: White Weight: 6.26 Age: 0yrs 4mths 0wks show less

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Baby Spice

#720525Age: 9 Weeks Weight: Unknown How this pet arrived:This pet was brought in by a previous owner on February 27, 2021. At SDHS:This... show more

#720525Age: 9 Weeks Weight: Unknown How this pet arrived:This pet was brought in by a previous owner on February 27, 2021. At SDHS:This pet has been receiving excellent care! Why this pet is the one for you: Meet Baby Spice! She is looking for a rat-savvy human who will spend lots of time with her. Baby Spice is still young and learning how to interact with the world. For such a tiny creature, new things can be very scary! It will be up to the humans in her life to show her that she can trust and be loved by humans. This socialization process will take time, gentle handling, and lots of treats. Rats are social creatures, so Baby Spice looks forward to living with a rat companion! If you don't already have a rat companion at home for her, she could go home with one (or more) of her rat buddies that she came into our care with. The "Spice Rats" would love to find homes together! Rats need to have a nice spacious enclosure (about 2.5 square feet per rat) filled with toys, hammocks, and hiding holes. Get creative! There is a wonderful DIY community for rat enrichment. At meal times, you can provide them with their rat pellets, safe fruits, and veggies! Monitor their intake of sweet/fatty foods so they can stay fit, healthy and happy. They'd love to get out of the enclosure to get a good stretch! Just be sure to put up all the cords and other chewable items, as well as blocking off any potential hiding spots that you can't reach. You can set them up with different toys and mazes and watch them break a mental sweat! Rats are extremely intelligent and love to work out puzzles in exchange for tasty snacks. Doesn't that sound like the perfect way to spend the day? Click on "Adopt Me" to get started! Primary Color: Black Secondary Color: White Age: 0yrs 0mths 10wks show less

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Banana

This animal's foster is committed to helping them find a home. To begin the adoption process, please reach out to their foster directly... show more

This animal's foster is committed to helping them find a home. To begin the adoption process, please reach out to their foster directly at: scicom@me.com#712791Age: Juvenile Weight: How this pet arrived:This pet was brought in by their previous owner on January 10, 2021. At SDHS:This pet is receiving excellent care and is looking forward to their new home!Why this pet is the one for you:This is Banana! She is a sweet little mouse looking for a home to call her own. Mice are extremely social animals who need to be kept in pairs/groups. She loves her human companions, but having mice friends is essential to her well being. She must be adopted with one of her sisters, but ideally they would be adopted in a group of four. Mice are such social creatures that when their buddy passes away it's very hard for them to go on with life. For this reason it's best to keep female mice in groups! It's so much fun to watch a group of mice communicate, cuddle, and explore together. She has shown both social and fearful behaviors in some situations. It is important to give her time and patience to settle into her new home. Please be sure to respect her boundaries and let her warm up into handling. She enjoys running in her wheel and burrowing! Mice love to burrow and digging in their substrate is a really important behavior for them, so their cage needs a good size footprint of at least 65 x 45 cm / 25.6 x 17.7 inch, with a nice base tub to hold a thick layer of substrate. Mice also need to climb, so 40 cm / 15.7 inch is a good minimum height for a mouse cage. The bigger the better, but you will want to make sure the metal bars are close enough together that she could not slip out. If you would like to learn more, please schedule an appointment with us today! Primary Color: Fawn Secondary Color: Grey Age: 0yrs 0mths 8wks show less

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Blaire

Domestic Short Hair

#[716180]Age: 12 Years 2 Weeks (approx) Weight: 10lbs. 0.16oz. How this pet arrived: This pet was brought in by their previous owner on... show more

#[716180]Age: 12 Years 2 Weeks (approx) Weight: 10lbs. 0.16oz. How this pet arrived: This pet was brought in by their previous owner on February 2, 2021. At SDHS:This pet has been vaccinated, microchipped and spayed/neutered. This pet is now ready for their new home! Why this pet is the one for you:Blaire is a wonderful, energetic older lady. She is looking for a loving home to live out the rest of her years. Blaire loves roaming around, playing with toys, and watching out the windows. She grew up having access to the outdoors, but due to her age, it would be safer for her to be kept indoors. She might enjoy short, supervised leash excursions in a fenced yard, or maybe even her own screened in cat patio! Blaire has some medical needs including Hyperthyroidism that will require upkeep. Adopting a senior cat does come with some extra responsibilities. Senior kitties like stability, calm, and they want to do things on their own terms. Senior cats also tend to be milder than younger cats, providing steady companionship, without the constant need for supervision. Blaire would love to bring some joy into your home! She will make sure no lap is cold and no face is without a smile. Her gorgeous coat, curious demeanor, and precious personality would make a great addition to a quiet, loving home. If you're interested in hearing more, click Blaire's "Adopt Me" button and schedule a phone appointment with an adoption counselor! Primary Color: Black Secondary Color: White Weight: 9.3 Age: 12yrs 0mths 3wks show less

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Braveheart

#719783 Age:5 months Weight:1 lbs How this pet arrived: This pet was brought in by their previous owner on February 24,2021. Why this pe... show more

#719783 Age:5 months Weight:1 lbs How this pet arrived: This pet was brought in by their previous owner on February 24,2021. Why this pet is the one for you:Braveheart is starting on a new adventure! She's done a lot of soul searching recently, and she's ready to find love. In her previous home Braveheart did well with handling. She's lived as a single guinea pig up until know, and she's feeling pretty lonely. Guinea Pigs are incredibly social animals who need to be kept in pairs to thrive. Sharing their life with other guinea pigs is an essential part of their well being. Braveheart will need to be adopted to a home with a resident female guinea pig to be her life partner. Bonding female guinea pigs takes time, patience. We recommend doing lots research on bonding guinea pigs before bringing Braveheart home! Guinea Pigs need a lot of ground space to run around and stay healthy. Two female guinea pigs will need a minimum of 8.5 sq feet of space (more is better!) to share once they are bonded. An easy and inexpensive way to give your pigs a DIY piggy palace is called a C&C fleece lined cage(google it!). Guinea pigs need lots of daily timothy hay to munch on, extra space to run around in, and toys to keep them active and enriched! If you have a lonely female guinea pig at home who needs a friend, click "adopt me" to learn more about Braveheart today! Primary Color: Brown Weight: 1.6 Age: 0yrs 5mths 1wks show less

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Bugsby

#716755 Age: 1 yearWeight:6 lbs How this pet arrived: This pet was brought in by their previous owner on February 6,2020. Why this pet i... show more

#716755 Age: 1 yearWeight:6 lbs How this pet arrived: This pet was brought in by their previous owner on February 6,2020. Why this pet is the one for you:Bugsby is a CUTE little bunny who loves attention. If you give Bugsby some time to settle into a new environment you'll see what an affectionate rabbit he is. He loves spending time with his humans, and frequently followed his humans around the house in his previous home. Bugsby loves getting pets and snuggling next to his person, but like most rabbits does not like to be picked up. Did you know that rabbits are easy to litter box train? Well, they are! Bugsby has been doing great with this at the shelter! Contrary to popular belief, rabbits are not cage animals so they need a lot of space! Bugsby will need a large exercise pen to call home as well as plenty of daily time to explore his home, and hang with his humans. Domesticated rabbits are delicate animals who are very sensitive to outdoor elements so they do best as indoor pets. Rabbits do best in families that understand that they are prey animals, and do not enjoy being held or picked up. The best way to bond with them is on their level (and on their terms). If you'd like to learn more about this very special boy, click "adopt me" now! Primary Color: White Secondary Color: Black Weight: 6.6875 Age: 1yrs 0mths 3wks show less

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Cola

German Shepherd Dog

#678244 Age: 5 years, 8 months Weight: 73lbs How this pet arrived:This pet was rescued by the Humane Law Enforcement Team. At SDHS:This... show more

#678244 Age: 5 years, 8 months Weight: 73lbs How this pet arrived:This pet was rescued by the Humane Law Enforcement Team. At SDHS:This pet has been receiving excellent care.   Why this pet is the one for you:If you're looking for sweet, you've come to the right place! This darling girl is Cola. She was very shy and uncertain when she first entered our care, but is already making progress. Her previous owner reported that she takes time to adjust to new people, which can be expected of a German Shepherd! High-drive dogs like Cola thrive in a home where there is regular, structured exercise, training, and enrichment to keep them busy. Although she lived outside in her previous home, she is house trained and crate trained! Cola would jump the 6 foot fence in her last backyard when she saw dogs walking past. Our behavior and training team has evaluated Cola's play style with other dogs, and found she'll do best in an environment as the only pup. That being said, Cola might do well with a small dog who has prior experience with playmates of her size. We aren't sure how she would do living with a cat, but Cola is required to go to a home with all humans over the age of 12 to ensure everyone is able to read and react to her body language. She's shown us she knows a few cues like sit, and walks great on leash! Cola is also a foodie, and loves her treats. This means any future training will be even more rewarding and motivating for her! A mellow home with the patient to build her confidence using positive reinforcement is all Cola needs - are you her perfect match? Click "adopt me" to bring her home! Primary Color: Black Secondary Color: Tan Weight: 73.5 Age: 5yrs 7mths 1wks show less