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March 2016


Our latest Tijuana litter has arrived!

Our latest Tijuana litter has arrived!! This is our Spring Flower litter, they are 7 week old Mexican Hairless (coated)/Lab mixes. Such beautiful babies! We also took in 2 year old mom and 4 year old grandma! WAGS never wants to leave anyone behind!    


Take Cadbury home this Easter!

Well…its the end of our day and Cadbury is still here…Poor buddy No one came to look at him, so he’ll spend another Easter in the WAGS Cat Hut without a loving family of his own.582 days is WAY too long for such an amazing cat to have to wait. Hopefully Monday will be his day. Please share Cadbury’s video and lets get him

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CALL TO ACTION…Buddy needs oral surgery!

CALL TO ACTION…Buddy needs oral surgery and the WAGS medical fund doesn’t have enough to cover the costs. Buddy is a 12 year old Chiweenie who was adopted about a month ago as part of our $50 “Adopt a Senior” program. During Buddy’s routine dental, a tooth was pulled and a large hole was left…our doctors tried multiple times to close it, but couldn’t

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Support Wags with a pumpkin cookie!

Beetle is pretty crazy about her Bald Butler Bakery pumpkin cookie and your dog will be too!! Bald butler Bakery is donating $10 from every 1lb bag of dog treats to WAGS to help us with renovations and upgrades that are so desperately needed for our shelter! Please go to their etsy store atwww.etsy.com/shop/baldbutlerbakery and pick up a bag or two!! The dogs and

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THIS IS WHY WE DO WHAT WE DO!

THIS IS WHY WE DO WHAT WE DO!! This Shiba Inu was brought in 22 days ago as a stray on the border of Westminster and Garden Grove. Her owner had no idea that WAGS even existed and had been going to the county shelter EVERY DAY to look for his buddy. He had fliers up everywhere and even was offering a reward! We

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VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY #1….BOTTLE BABIES!!

Being a foster home to a litter of bottle babies takes a 4-8 week commitment depending on the age of the group. A “Bottle Baby” would be any kitten ages 0-4 weeks and would need to be fed every 2-6 hours, again depending on the age of the litter. This is an opportunity to bring kittens into your home to raise, socialize and prepare

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