Bear is a 5-year-old male, black Labrador retriever available for adoption at the Santa Maria Animal Center. Bear is one of the "chillest" dogs there is. He has put on some quarantine pounds and currently weighs in at 127 pounds (down from 146) and could use someone who takes him on walks.
Bear will need to be the only dog in the house since he does not get along too well with other dogs, but people are his favorite! He's shy at first, but he comes around quickly.
Bear’s adoption fees include his neuter, vaccinations, flea treatment and health/wellness exam. His microchip is included compliments of Companion Animal Placement Assistance (CAPA).
The Santa Barbara County Animal shelters are closed to walk-in traffic. Visit https://countyofsb.org/phd/animal/petsearch.sbc to see all of the animals available and call to make an appointment to meet the animal of your choice.
The Santa Maria division of Santa Barbara County Animal Services is located at 548 W. Foster Road.
To learn more about CAPA and its partnership with Santa Barbara County Animal Services, follow the organization on Facebook at www.Facebook.com/CapaofLompoc.
Want to help but can’t adopt? Visit www.LompocCAPA.org for the CAPA wish list, information on how to become a volunteer, and donation opportunities.