Animal ID No.: A5392978
Animal name: Shaggy
Shaggy is an approximately five-year-old neutered black German shepherd that has been at the Palmdale Animal Care Center since Oct. 27, coming in as a stray. Shaggy is a bit shy around other dogs when he first meets them. He has a medium energy level and 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 children in his new home be at least middle school-aged and other dogs are calm. Email PalmdaleAnimalCare@animalcare.lacounty.gov to meet Shaggy.
Animal ID No.: A5385015
Animal name: Emily
Emily is an approximately nine-week-old spayed tortie domestic shorthair that has been at the Palmdale Animal Care Center since Oct. 3. She came in as a stray but was moved to the foster program because she was soyoung. Emily is an energetic girl that loves to play and cuddle. Email PalmdaleAnimalCare@animalcare.lacounty.gov to visit Emily.
Animal ID No.: A5391501
Animal name: Marsala
Marsala is an approximately two-year-old spayed brindle pit bull that has been at the Palmdale Animal Care Center since Oct. 17, coming in as a stray. Marsala is really energetic and playful. She loves to run around and will do anything for a treat. She has a medium energy level and could use more time learning how to be social with other animals and people. It is recommended that children in his new home be at least middle school-aged and that other dogs are present. Email PalmdaleAnimalCare@animalcare.lacounty.gov to see Marsala.
Animal ID No.: A4421026
Animal name: Arie
Arie is a nine-year-old spayed female blue pit bull. Arie was first adopted from the Lancaster Animal Care Center in 2012. She has come back to visit a couple times over the years due to getting out of her yard. In play group, she prefers to be alone and shows no interest in playing with the other dogs. Due to this, she is required to go to a home with no other dogs. If children are in the home, they must be high school age or older. When interacting with staff and handlers, Arie is always eager for attention, leans in to pets and excited for walks. She is one of the longest residents at the shelter. She would make a great buddy to go on walks with and then relax on the couch with. See Arie by calling the center at 661-940-4191 and making an appointment.
Animal ID No.: A5382312
Animal name: Weasley
Weasley is a six-month-old neutered male orange and white domestic shorthair. He was adopted and returned for being “too hyper.” He is a kitten, so this is to be expected to some degree, but at the Lancaster Animal Care Center he is an absolute love bug. While being pet, he chirps, meows, purrs and rubs up on visitors’ hands. In kennel he is quiet and calm. He has some energy but also loves to have attention. Meet Weasley by calling the center at 661-940-4191 and making an appointment.
Animal ID No.: A5374636
Animal name: Peepers
Peepers is a two-year-old neutered male white bunny rabbit. He is slightly shy at first but quickly warms up to pets, and he is soft. He came into the Lancaster Animal Care Center as an owner surrender and has now been there for a few months. He is ideal as a new furry friend that does not get free roam of the house/yard. Visit Peppers by calling the center at 661-940-4191 and making an appointment.
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