Adoptable Pets of the Week

Patches
Why is pretty Patches still at our center? That’s probably because Patches, a 2-year-old miniature poodle, can’t hold her bladder. This doesn’t stop Patches from being a sunny sweetheart who adores people and other dogs. What Patches needs now is a special person who doesn’t mind dealing with doggy diapers and a little extra grooming. In return, Patches will love her adopter for many years to come!

Amos
Amos is famous at our center for being a volunteer and staff favorite. Don’t let his tough-guy looks fool you, Amos is a lover, not a fighter! This 8-year-old Boxer mix adores people, but can be selective about other canines, so he might be best as the only dog in the home. Amos is a low-to-medium energy boy who likes going for walks, but enjoys a good nap just as much. This mellow fellow will make a great best friend!

Lily
Looking for a lively pal? Lily, a 2-year-old gray and white bull terrier mix, is your girl! She enjoys long walks, jogging and playing ball in the yard. Once her energy is spent, however, Lily is happy to be your lounge buddy, chilling by your side as you enjoy a nap or the big game on TV. Lily is very affectionate with people, but not great with other pets, so she’d like to be your one and only.

Meet some of the awesome dogs awaiting adoption at Best Friends Animal Society Adoption Center. Every dog is spayed or neutered, microchipped, vaccinated and ready to go to their forever home. Best Friends also provides a collar, leash, tag, one month of veterinary insurance and a bag of food with every dog adoption. Adopt Amos, Lily, or Patches and you’ll also receive a full-sized poster of their picture from photographer Jennifer MaHarry, whose "Homeward Bound" exhibit is currently on display at G2 Gallery in Venice. Best Friends Animal Society Adoption Center is located at 15321 Brand Boulevard, Mission Hills, CA. For more information, visit http://bfla.bestfriends.org or call 818-643-3989.

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