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Santa Barbara Dog Shelter Celebrates Love of Irish & Dogs

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Looking to adopt a dog this March? If so, make sure you stop by K9 PALS in Santa Barbara to see if you can find your mutt-mate. The kind folks of the Placement and Assistance League are celebrating their 12 year anniversary with special adoption rates. And, because K9 PALS wants to be your pal too, your perfect pooch with already come spay/neutered with all of their vaccinations. But wait, there’s more!  They’re even throwing in 4 FREE dog training classes to help you and your inquisitive canine start out on the right paw together!

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P R E S S    R E L E A S E
K-9 Placement & Assistance League, Inc.

Contact:  Janelle Ward
Telephone:  805-570-0415
March 9, 2012
March is the time to Adopt a Dog and to Celebrate!

You don’t need a four-leaf clover to get the “luck” of the Irish to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day, and to celebrate K-9 PALS’ 12th Anniversary of serving Santa Barbara County Shelter dogs.  You can get “lucky” when you adopt a dog from the Santa Barbara County Shelter.  Lots of adoptable “lucky charm” dogs are waiting to fill your life with love and laughter.  And as part of the celebrations this month, K-9 PALS will be sponsoring the following Santa Barbara County Shelter dog adoption promotion.

Whether a rainbow appears or not, a lucky “pot of gold” will be waiting at Santa Barbara County Shelter for adopters who want to test their luck, courtesy of K-9 PALS.  Everyone who adopts a dog from the Santa Barbara County Shelter between Saturday, March 17th and Friday, March 23rd, will get to reach into the “pot of gold” for a K-9 PALS lucky coin and receive a discount ($10, $15, or $20) off the regular adoption fee.

Your adopted “lucky charm” dog will be spayed or neutered with age-appropriate K9 PALS March 2012 Eventvaccinations, and dogs over 4 months old include a rabies vaccination certificate.  In addition, 4 free group training sessions are offered by K-9 PALS to help the adopters of shelter dogs.  The Santa Barbara County Animal Services Shelter, 5473 Overpass Road, is open weekdays from 9:00 am to 4:45 pm and Saturday 10:00 am to 3:45 pm.

Whether you are ready to adopt a dog right now or not, you can join in the celebrations by giving a monetary gift in honor of the 12th Anniversary of K-9 PALS helping the dogs of the Santa Barbara County Shelter.  Financial donations may be given in the following ways:  Go to  and click on “donate” to give through our PayPal account, or send donations to K-9 PALS, P.O. Box 60755, Santa Barbara, CA  93160-0755.

K-9 PALS is the all-volunteer,  non- profit 501(c) 3 organization working on behalf of the homeless dogs of Santa Barbara County.  K-9 PALS is dedicated to providing medical care, support, behavior training, advocacy, and adoption promotions for the homeless dogs of our community.  Thank you to the Santa Barbara community for your continuing support and generosity to K-9 PALS!

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