Name: Bella

Location: Santa Barbara Campus

Looks like: Shepherd/Cattle Dog

Color: Black/None

Estimated Age: 3 years 1 month

Sex: Female

Weight: 49.9 pounds

ID: 7370

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Hi! My name is Bella and I just arrived at the Santa Barbara Campus. I am a 3 year old female Shepherd mix who is eager for a new home! I am a sweet and silly girl looking for a fun home with some cool people to play with! I have one of the cutest walks you will ever see and I am full of fun and love I want to share with you! If you are looking to add some fun and play into your life, I can bring all of that and more! Come meet me! Ready to adopt or want to hear more about me? The shelter is open by appointment seven days a week! Just email [email protected] to make an appointment today! When you take your new pet home, he or she will have been spayed/neutered, up to date on vaccinations, provided with a permanent microchip identification and a certificate for a free veterinary exam. Our partners at Purina brand dog and cat food also provide food to get you home.

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Adoption Fees

Adoption fees help support shelter operations, including veterinary care, dog training, and foster programs.

  • Kittens (under six months) $125

    Adopt a second kitten for $75

  • Cats (six months to seven years) $50

    Two-for-one bonded pairs

  • Senior Cats (over seven years) $25

    Two-for-one bonded pairs

  • Puppies (under six months) $175
  • Dogs (six months to seven years) $125
  • Senior Dogs (over seven years) $125
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To protect the health of staff, volunteers, and guests, the Santa Barbara and Santa Maria campuses have implemented safety protocols for adoptions, veterinary appointments, and animal intakes. Please read FAQs During COVID-19 to help you plan your visit.