A5117615 Pitufo is a loving 6-year-old cream-with-caramel neutered male Cocker Spaniel and Miniature Poodle mix (Cockapoo) who came into the Baldwin Park Animal Care center as an owner surrender on October 3rd for no known reason. Weighing 30 lbs, Pitufo is a total cuddle-bug. He is fluffy and fun-loving and enjoys getting lots of scratches behind his ears. Pitufo is super social and loved sitting on our volunteer’s lap — in fact, he didn’t want to get off of it when it was time to go back into the kennel! He walks well on leash, has a medium energy level and is good with other dogs. This boy is just looking for someone to bond with and trust. He is going to be the perfect indoor dog for any individual or family.
For more information on this pet, contact volunteer UHA adoption coordinator Kristin at 626-393-6258 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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United Hope for Animals is dedicated to reducing homelessness among companion animals through spay/neuter, shelter support, photography, video and networking of shelter animals in Southern California. It is an all-volunteer, non-profit organization working to end homelessness among companion animals by supporting shelter adoptions and spay/neuter programs. Through our Shelter Support Program, our volunteers photograph and video shelter pets to increase their chances of adoption significantly. Our volunteer Adoption Coordinators help facilitate adoptions of shelter pets. United Hope for Animals supports rescue, spay/neuter and networking of shelter pets to increase their chances of adoption. UHA is not a shelter, but supports shelters to help increase visibility of animals who might not otherwise be seen.