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When you adopt a dog, you save a life.
Please have a look at all the amazing dogs we have for adoption in our centers and our foster program. If you would like more information on a pet found here please fill out an adoption application (filling this out does not secure an adoption) and a member of our adoption team will reach out. Be sure to include the pet’s name and ID# in the subject line. In the email please include your phone number and email address and someone will contact you as soon as possible. (Please allow 24 hours for return contact)
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Adoption Application Disclaimer: Filling out the adoption application does NOT guarantee a hold or confirmation of adoption on the pet you applied for. All applications are reviewed and must be accepted by our trained counselors before a pet is adopted. Please allow 24-48 hours for our adoption team to contact you in regards to your application.
12 YEARS OLD
TERRIER, AMERICAN STAFFORDSHIRE / MIX
Cheeky qualifies for San Antonio Pets Alive's Seniors for Seniors program ... her adoption fee is waived for an approved adopter at least 55 years of age!
This girl is a GREAT companion dog!
My name is Cheeky, although my foster family always says Cheeky Beeky in a really high pitched tone that makes my butt wiggle. My foster dad says that I am solid muscle and am definitely not graceful when I get excited.
I'm an old gal, 12 years young, so of course I'm not graceful foster dad! I enjoy laying outside on my bed in the sun...If it's cold outside my foster mom tells me to come in so I sit there and stare and usually do the complete opposite, she usually has to pick my butt up and shoo me inside. What can I say? I LOVE the outdoors but don't get me wrong, I do not want to be outside all the time. My foster mom thinks I'm afraid of the dark. Every time the sun goes down I don't really want to stay outside much longer. I mean, I have 3 little girls who have super comfortable beds. My favorite Childs bed said sometimes I have to sleep in my own bed so she put a bed and blanket in her room and that's where I like to cuddle at night. My foster family does have other animals. A cat, a dog and some rats! We all get a long well, although I've realized I don't like all female dogs so it would be best to do a meet and greet before you decide I'm your forever dog. Mom took me to an adoption event, see, I was adopted in 2012 and returned in June of 2019. It's almost Christmas and I still don't have a home. Mom said I was very stressed at the adoption event and was not acting's my best, so here I am writing a bio trying to get my story out and tell you all about what kind of dog I am. My foster family says I'm the easiest. All I need is some sun, a comfy bed and some good pets. Oh and kids are a plus because I know I can get away with sneaking on their bed and sleeping with them at night. I know puppies are cute, but I'm house trained, have no bad habits, bark at strangers and still have a lot of love to give.
If you are interested in adopting me, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with my name and ID#. By adopting me, you not only give me a new leash on life; you also save the life of an additional pet who can be rescued from euthanasia and placed in a San Antonio Pets Alive adoption center. To find out how you can get involved and help turn San Antonio into a no-kill city, please visit www.sanantoniopetsalive.org