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New and immediate! A5519142 Xavier | Siberian Husky


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A5519142 Xavier is an animated 3-year-old black and white neutered male Siberian Husky who pertained to the Baldwin Park Animal Care Center on November 28th. Weighing at 73.4lbs, Xavier is a curious and fun-loving kid who aspires to go on day-to-day trips with his brand-new owner. His dynamic character suggests he enjoys to react to compliments and reverse with others. He will take advantage of a brush-up of his leash-walking abilities simply to help him remain attuned to his handler. Xavier’s athletic build suggests he can leap actually high to check out, so the shelter advises a secure 6-foot fence. Xavier at first discovered conference other dogs at the shelter difficult, however unwinded with steady intros. He can’t wait to go on your next run or walking with you! #A5519142United

Hope for Animals is not a center. To CHECK THE STATUS of this animal, call the BALDWIN PARK SHELTER personally, by phone or on their website:

Address: 4275 Elton St, Baldwin Park, CA 91706
Phone: (626) 962-3577

If you wind up embracing this animal, please offer a shout out to #unitedhopeforanimals @UnitedHope on social networks, leave a remark here as a thank you to our Volunteers, or contribute to UHA at http://unitedhope4animals/donate.

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United Hope for Animals is devoted to decreasing homelessness amongst buddy animals through spay/neuter, shelter assistance, photography, video and networking of shelter animals in Southern California. It is an all-volunteer, non-profit organization working to end homelessness amongst buddy animals by supporting shelter adoptions and spay/neuter programs. Through our Shelter Support Program, our volunteers picture and video shelter family pets to increase their opportunities of adoption considerably. Our volunteer Adoption Coordinators help assist in adoptions of shelter family pets. United Hope for Animals supports rescue, spay/neuter and networking of shelter family pets to increase their opportunities of adoption. UHA is not a shelter, however supports shelters to help increase presence of animals who may not otherwise be seen.

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