Max is an approximately 2 1/2-year-old pale apricot Shih-Poo or small Cockapoo. He was rescued with Teddy, who could be his son, and who is a darker apricot color. They were rescued along the freeway and were so horrifically matted that a vet clinic shaved them down so that their skin could breathe.
Max and Teddy’s vaccinations are current, they are neutered and have microchips. Max is house-trained but needs to be taken outside regularly. They are currently staying at a place who keeps them outside, but they need to be house dogs.
Max is really sweet and is the protector of Teddy, but is not aggressive. He is shy, gentle, affectionate and is playful. He is on the nervous side, probably from being bounced so much in his short life.
Teddy gets along with other dogs and is good with cats. He is very playful once he feels comfortable and safe. Max is very attached to Teddy so a home together would be best. Max and Teddy will make wonderful companions for a calmer home with no children.
Max and Teddy are being offered for adoption through Animal Friends Connection, a Lodi nonprofit organization dedicated to helping companion animals since 1990. For more information about Max and Teddy, call 209-368-1761.
To view other dogs and cats available for adoption, visit the sanctuary at 933 S. Cherokee Lane, Lodi, or visit www.animalfriendsconnect.org and www.petfinder.com/shelters/afc.html. Sanctuary hours are from noon to 6 p.m.
Duncan is a 4-month-old black and white cat. He is soft and cuddly, with medium-length hair. Duncan a is calm and easy-going kitten who gets along well with other cats.
If you are interested in giving Duncan a forever home, come and meet him. For more information about Duncan, call 209-570-2229.
Duncan is being offered for adoption through Cats of All Colors, a San Joaquin County-based nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the welfare of cats.
Levi is a young neutered Doberman Pinscher who loves everyone. He has a microchip and has some obedience training, but will need a strong hand to continue his training. Levi needs an active family to work off his energy. If you would like more information about Levi, come and meet him.
Levi is being offered for adoption through PALS, a Lodi-based nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the welfare of companion animals in Lodi. For more information about Levi, please call PALS at 209-224-0354 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
To see other cats and dogs available for adoption, visit the PALS Adoption Center at 1405 W. Kettleman Lane, Lodi; or visit www.palslodi.org and www.petfinder.com. Center hours are Tuesday through Friday from 1 to 4 p.m. and Saturday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.