Dog Adoption & Welfare

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  • 5480 Overpass Rd

    Santa Barbara, CA 93111

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  • 805-681-0561

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DAWG (dog adoption & welfare group) is a wonderful non-profit shelter located in Santa Barbara County. DAWG rescues and rehabilitates high-risk dogs from Santa Barbara county animal control shelters. That is, dogs who are slated to be euthanized but are still adoptable. Volunteers work with the dogs to rehabilitate and socialize the dogs to aide in finding them a forever home. I volunteered at DAWG in 2005, and found it very rewarding to see 4 of the dogs I worked with find new homes while I was there.

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DAWG (dog adoption & welfare group) is a wonderful non-profit shelter located in Santa Barbara County. DAWG rescues and rehabilitates high-risk dogs from Santa Barbara county animal control shelters. That is, dogs who are slated to be euthanized but are still adoptable. Volunteers work with the dogs to rehabilitate and socialize the dogs to aide in finding them a forever home. I volunteered at DAWG in 2005, and found it very rewarding to see 4 of the dogs I worked with find new homes while I was there.

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I used to volunteer at DAWG about 5 years ago and it was beginning to expand with new kennels for the dogs. They really treat the animals as if they are their own. They walk each dog twice a day and have regular meal schedules. If an animal was given to DAWG with medication, they make sure the medication is continued. I believe they also have a trial session where you can take the dog home overnight (maybe a couple nights) in order to see if you "click". They also have cat (PAWS) and bunny (BUNS) adoption there as well.

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I used to volunteer at DAWG about 5 years ago and it was beginning to expand with new kennels for the dogs. They really treat the animals as if they are their own. They walk each dog twice a day and have regular meal schedules. If an animal was given to DAWG with medication, they make sure the medication is continued. I believe they also have a trial session where you can take the dog home overnight (maybe a couple nights) in order to see if you "click". They also have cat (PAWS) and bunny (BUNS) adoption there as well.

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