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Meet Meeko and Hank at the San Gabriel Valley Humane Society

Location

San Gabriel Valley Humane Society

851 E Grand Avenue
San Gabriel , CA 91776 United States
Phone: (626) 286-1159

Name: Hank
Gender: Male
Breed: Shepherd and Husky mix
Age: Six years old
Weight: 52 pounds
Fur: Black, white and mocha

Hank is a lovely and gentle 6-year-old Shepherd and Husky-mixed pup with striking good looks, sporting a multi-colored coat, bushy tail, goofy smile and icy blue beautiful eyes. This gentle pooch has not had a good start in life as it is clear he has had to fend for his own for some time, not having consistent meals or a warm safe place to sleep. With a good diet and some TLC, he’ll gain a healthy weight and his fur will become luscious again in no time.

Weighing around 52 pounds, Hank is a quintessential good boy — well behaved on a leash and gently taking treats. He seems friendly with other dogs, though he hasn’t been formally introduced to any others yet. If you are that special family out there that can provide a forever loving and safe home for Hank and show him all the good things in life, please stop by to meet him!

Name: Meeko
Gender: Male
Breed: Chihuahua
Age: One year old
Weight: 8 1/2 pounds
Fur: Tan and White

Meeko is a petite tan-and-white Chihuahua boy who was transferred to San Gabriel from an Los Angeles city shelter. Meeko enjoys sitting on people’s laps and having his back scratched. If you stop, he will gently paw you, as if to say, “Pet me some more – I like it!” Meeko is a charming little dog who needs a loving home with a patient person who will let him take the time to adjust to a new life. Come and meet Meeko soon to see if he is a good match for you.

We’re located at the San Gabriel Valley Humane Society, 851 E. Grand Ave. Adoption hours are 10:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Tuesday -Sundays closed Mondays. Website: www.sgvhumane.org. Feel free to call us at (626) 286-1159 for more information.

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