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The Spanish Mastiff
The Spanish Mastiff – The Gentle Giant Dog Of Spain

The Spanish Mastiff, also known by its Spanish name, Mastin Espanol is a large breed of dogs. Originally they were bred as a guard dog whose purpose was to defend the livestock and the owner family against predators like wolves.

The Rottweiler
Strong, but Gentle, Fearless, but Loving, a Good Companion - the Rottweiler

The Rottweiler gets its name from the German region of Rottweil. But the breed’s ancestors weren’t natives to the Teutonic area. They arrived in the area of what is today known as Germany centuries ago, when the Romans decided to conquer this part of Europe. Back then, the dogs were used for herding and protection.

The Russian Bear Schnauzer
The Russian Bear Schnauzer – Cold With Strangers, Warm With Family

The Black Russian Terrier, also known as the Russian Bear Schnauzer, is a breed created in the former Soviet Union using over 20 other breeds, mostly imported from Germany. This breed was made initially for the military and is designed as a working dogs.

The Shih Tzu
the Shih Tzu

“The toy dog with a chrysanthemum like face” is what the Chinese breed called Shih Tzu is also known as. It is believed that this small dog was loved by the Buddhist monks for its resemblance of a lion, a sacred animal in this culture.

Animal Shelter details for Santa Maria Valley Humane Society
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You have reached the shelter page for Santa Maria Valley Humane Society. Santa Maria Valley Humane Society is located in santa maria, California. If you have information to add or update for Santa Maria Valley Humane Society, please click here and let us know.

Santa Maria Valley Humane Society

751 Black Road

santa maria, California 93458

Phone: 805-349-3435

Fax: 805-349-0066



The mission of the Santa Maria Valley Humane Society is to further the interests and improve the lives of dogs and cats by educating and influencing public opinion in respect to the care, treatment and welfare of animals; to provide shelter, food and medical care for those dogs and cats surrendered to us for adoption and to find appropriate homes for them; to offer informational programs in the community's elementary schools; to operate a low cost spay and neuter clinic offered to the public; and to take an active part in the enforcement of those laws of the State of California enacted for the prevention of cruelty to animals.

Santa Maria Valley Humane Society, Inc. is a non-profit corporation. We are a volunteer based organization working together with a much appreciated staff to provide shelter and care for homeless cats and dogs. We presently operate the facilities with 23 inside/outside dog runs and accommodations for 20 cats, our shelter accepts pets from people who are either no longer able or willing to care for them. We also operate a clinic providing reduced fee spaying and neutering for our community's dogs and cats.

We are supported by membership donations, fundraiser's, grants, and donations from individuals and businesses wanting to make a difference. Our members and volunteers staff the shelter by helping in the office, answering phones, and showing animals to the public. Potential adopters are screened for compatibility with the needs of the pet. There are no same day adoptions.

Other volunteers help by exercising, grooming, and spending time with the animals. Some volunteers like to work at our thrift shop selling donated items. We also have a project called Outreach offering education classes in our local schools, participate in community activities to promote animal awareness, and when able to do so, take dogs and cats to visit senior residences.
To see the adoptable pets for Santa Maria Valley Humane Society click here

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