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Narissa
Zeena
Finally, after being patient for more than a year, sweet Zeena has been adopted into a fun and loving home. Her new "Dad" takes Zeena everywhere in his truck, to work and even hiking with friends and their dogs. Looks like a Happy Tail indeed for our Zeena!
Sully
Annie
Sweet little Annie came through her medical treatment with flying colors and soon was rewarded with a new loving family. Happy Tails to you Annie!
Ruthie
Ruthie has found a home with a wonderful couple and she will share it with a wondeful older Lab. Instant family! Happy tails to you, Ruthie.
Allie
Allie's new family originally came to meet her sister Ruthie. However, Ruthie had already been adopted. But once they met Allie, they knew they had to take her home with them to San Juan Capistrano. Happy Tails, Allie!
Buddy & Lady
After loosing there home due to "lack of space", brother and sister have been adopted together by a retired couple who live in a big house with a big yard in Pasadena. Happy Tails to you sweet Buddy and gentle Lady!
Saucey
Sweet little Saucey has nothing to fear from now on. Two wonderful people have taken her into their hearts and loving home. Happy Tails to you, Saucey.
Tessa
Tessa, we'll all miss you very much (especially Colter), but we're thrilled you've found a wonderful family to love. Plus two doggie siblings to play with. Happy Tails Tessa!
Cinnamon
Cinnamon didn't have to go far to find her new home. Sally, a K-9 PALS volunteer (and Cinnamon's foster mom) decided that this sweet, shy pup should become a permanent part of the family. Happy Tails to you both, Cinnamon and Sally!
Cleo


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