Annie

Hooray! This dog has been adopted!

  • Adoption Status: Adopted
  • Breed: Lhasapoo
  • Age: 10 yrs
  • Sex: Female
  • Weight: 10 lbs
  • All LHH dogs have been spayed or neutered, updated on shots, microchipped, groomed, deflea'd, dewormed; and come with a leash, collar and LHH ID tag!

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For more information or to adopt Annie, please contact Debbie at 310-930-5212 or Carlos at 310-560-0382.

Annie is 10 years old and a love with a definite personality.  She acts like a young dog with lots of energy and enthusiasm.   She’s mainly a one person dog,  and lives for attention and affection.  When you come home or walk in she shows her adoration and affection.   She can get anxious though if you’re away and will express herself accordingly by barking and showing her joy or concern.

She just recently had her teeth cleaned and taken care of and her annual check up.   She has a fatty lump by her hind leg but it’s cosmetic only.  She is spayed, up-to-date on shots, and housebroken.

We need to find her a home as we are selling our home and getting a divorce.   We have 4 dogs at the moment, and two females Annie and another terrier who cannot be together – so we have to keep them barricaded from each other – Annie gets along with other dogs, we have two males and they are fine together.   I think she would be okay with another female as well as I never had any problems before bringing the terrier into our home.

She brings so much happiness and would be a lovely companion for an older person who can give her love and attention.

Hooray! This dog has been adopted!

Adoption Events Cancelled Until Further Notice Due to Covid-19

We do not have a public viewing facility; however, we hold weekly adoption events at Rover Kennels. Check our calendar for changes and cancellations due to holidays or weather.

Sundays, 11am – 2:30pm

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2116 Main Street, Santa Monica, CA 90405 [Map]

Metered street parking.

Bring a copy of your application and pictures of your home/yard if we have not yet done a home visit.

And…don’t forget to bring your dog(s), if you have any. They make the final decision!