Animal ID No.: A5391878
Animal name: Spike
Spike is an approximately six-year-old neutered brown pit bull that has been at the Palmdale Animal Care Center since Oct. 19, coming in as a stray. Spike is a high-energy dog that could do work on his people skills. He could use more socialization with other dogs just to let him know that he can make some friends without being hesitant with them. It is recommended that his new home be adults only and that any other dogs be female. Email PalmdaleAnimalCare@animalcare.lacounty.gov to meet Spike.
Animal ID No.: A5391879
Animal name: Hurley
Hurley is an approximately five-year-old neutered brown pit bull that has been at the Palmdale Animal Care Center since Oct. 19, coming in as a stray. Hurley is a high-energy dog that could do work on his people skills. He also could use more socialization with other dogs just to let him know that he can make some friends without being hesitant with them. His new home must be adults-only, and any other dogs should be calm. Email PalmdaleAnimalCare@animalcare.lacounty.gov to visit Hurley.
Animal ID No.: A5394213
Animal name: Lenny
Lenny is a two-year-old male guinea pig. He is quite friendly and loves to be pet and held. His brother Sydney (A5394214) is also available. They make great pets as they are generally quite docile and handleable. See Lenny and Sydney by calling the Lancaster Animal Care Center at 661-940-4191 and making an appointment.
Animal ID No.: A5389632
Animal name: Yogi
Yogi is a five-year-old neutered male pug/Labrador retriever mix. He is 40 pounds of friendly boy packed into a small package. He is always at the front of the kennel door “smiling” at passers-by. Out of kennel he prances about and loves to be pet and given attention from handlers. He tolerates other dogs but much prefers the company of people, so the Lancaster Animal Care Center is recommending he goes to a home with no other dogs. Meet Yogi by calling the center at 661-940-4191 and making an appointment.
Animal ID No.: A5389531
Animal name: Ash
Ash is a two-year-old spayed female black and brindle pit bull. Upon coming to the Lancaster Animal Care Center, she was fearful and timid. Now she is gaining more confidence and will regularly greet handlers at the kennel door with a wagging tail and soft body. She licks hands through the kennel door. Due to her need for continued confidence building, she is required to go to a home with no children and no other dogs. Visit Ash by calling the center at 661-940-4191 and making an appointment.
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