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We'll also keep you updated on BELLE's adoption status with email updates.

BELLE German Shepherd Dog Female, 5 mos San Luis Obispo, CA

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MYLA Boxer Female, 3 yrs 6 mos San Luis Obispo, CA

We'll also keep you updated on RUPERT's adoption status with email updates.

RUPERT Domestic Shorthair Male, 2 mos San Luis Obispo, CA

We'll also keep you updated on WILLA's adoption status with email updates.

WILLA Domestic Shorthair Female, 2 mos San Luis Obispo, CA

We'll also keep you updated on ALASTAIR's adoption status with email updates.

ALASTAIR Domestic Shorthair Male, 2 mos San Luis Obispo, CA

We'll also keep you updated on TIGGER's adoption status with email updates.

TIGGER Domestic Mediumhair Male, 2 mos San Luis Obispo, CA

We'll also keep you updated on MAXEY's adoption status with email updates.

MAXEY Husky Male, 1 yr 4 mos San Luis Obispo, CA

We'll also keep you updated on DUKE's adoption status with email updates.

DUKE Weimaraner Male, 4 yrs 5 mos San Luis Obispo, CA

We'll also keep you updated on BOONE's adoption status with email updates.

BOONE German Shepherd Dog Male, 3 yrs San Luis Obispo, CA

We'll also keep you updated on REGGIE's adoption status with email updates.

REGGIE English Bulldog Male, 2 yrs San Luis Obispo, CA

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MEG American Pit Bull Terrier Female, 4 yrs 1 mo San Luis Obispo, CA

We'll also keep you updated on WINSTON's adoption status with email updates.

WINSTON Pig (Potbellied) Male, 5 mos San Luis Obispo, CA

We'll also keep you updated on ELLIE's adoption status with email updates.

ELLIE Border Collie Female, 7 mos San Luis Obispo, CA

We'll also keep you updated on BENJI's adoption status with email updates.

BENJI Domestic Shorthair Male, 10 yrs San Luis Obispo, CA

We'll also keep you updated on PEPA's adoption status with email updates.

PEPA Satin Female, 3 yrs 1 mo San Luis Obispo, CA

We'll also keep you updated on MARTHA's adoption status with email updates.

MARTHA Domestic Shorthair Female, 1 yr San Luis Obispo, CA

We'll also keep you updated on APOLLO's adoption status with email updates.

APOLLO Husky Male, 7 yrs 2 mos San Luis Obispo, CA

We'll also keep you updated on THOR's adoption status with email updates.

THOR Doberman Pinscher Male, 1 yr 9 mos San Luis Obispo, CA

We'll also keep you updated on SKIPPY's adoption status with email updates.

SKIPPY American Pit Bull Terrier/Texas Heeler Male, 4 yrs San Luis Obispo, CA

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BONNIE German Shepherd Dog Female, 4 yrs 1 mo San Luis Obispo, CA

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MAYBELLINE Great Pyrenees Female, 3 yrs San Luis Obispo, CA

We'll also keep you updated on PRETTY GIRL's adoption status with email updates.

PRETTY GIRL Doberman Pinscher Female, 1 yr 6 mos San Luis Obispo, CA

We'll also keep you updated on WOLFIE's adoption status with email updates.

WOLFIE German Shepherd Dog Male, 2 yrs San Luis Obispo, CA

We'll also keep you updated on PETER's adoption status with email updates.

PETER Satin Male, 1 yr 2 mos San Luis Obispo, CA

We'll also keep you updated on FLOWER's adoption status with email updates.

FLOWER Husky Female, 1 yr San Luis Obispo, CA

We'll also keep you updated on GRETA's adoption status with email updates.

GRETA German Shepherd Dog Female, 2 yrs San Luis Obispo, CA

We'll also keep you updated on THORIN's adoption status with email updates.

THORIN Alaskan Malamute/Anatolian Shepherd Male, 2 yrs San Luis Obispo, CA

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Available pets at San Luis Obispo County Animal Services Division in San Luis Obispo, CA - AdoptaPet.com (2024)

FAQs

What animals are in San Luis Obispo? ›

Along the shore, spot California gray whales, blue whales and humpback whales breaching and blowing at different times throughout the year. Dolphins are also a common sight, as are sea otters and sea lions. Scan the skies for pelicans, herons, egrets, peregrine falcons and other birds.

What's humane society in San Luis Obispo? ›

Founded in 1955, Woods Humane Society is an independent nonprofit organization dedicated to the humane care of homeless dogs and cats in San Luis Obispo County.

How many dogs can you have in San Luis Obispo? ›

Residents of San Luis Obispo County's seven incorporated cities are limited in the number of animals in which they can keep. While there is some variability between cities, this is generally no more than three (3) dogs and three (3) cats for each residential home.

Are there mountain lions in SLO? ›

While mountain lion attacks on humans are uncommon, we can encounter these wild animals in San Luis Obispo from time to time, especially at dawn, dusk, and night.

What happens to homeless pets? ›

Stray animals are likely to be thirsty, hungry and exposed to extreme weather conditions. Without veterinary care, shelter and food they will sooner or later become sick and die.

Is Woods Humane Society a non-profit? ›

Woods Humane Society is a nonprofit organization which receives no tax funds, but is supported by donations, grants, bequests, fundraising events and fees for services.

Are there bears in San Luis Obispo? ›

Dr. Eric Anderson with San Luis Obispo County Animal Services says seeing a bear in this area is more common than you would think. You might remember in May of last year, a black bear found its way into a tree in downtown Paso Robles. Mountain lion and bobcat sightings are also fairly frequent on the Central Coast.

What animals live in San Luis Valley? ›

Elk, songbirds, coyotes, kangaroo rats and rabbits are common sights here. The area is also an excellent spot for fishing and boating, with spectacular views of Mt. Blanca and the Great Sand Dunes National Monument.

What animals did Mission San Luis Obispo have? ›

At the mission they raised livestock, including horses, sheep, mules, and cattle and they planted fruit trees, wheat, beans, corn, and other vegetables. They grew olives to make olive oil and they grew grapes to make wine.

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