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In shelter Dog

Rancho Palos Verdes, CA, 90275
Pet name:
Tricolor (Brown, Black, & White)
Coat length:

Meet SHIRLEY!  This 5-year-old, 70-pound gal is absolutely striking with her ice blue eyes and beautiful markings! But she’s not just gorgeous… she has an amazing temperament, too!    

Shirley is easy-going, friendly, and very affectionate.  Shes submissive and quick to roll over for belly rubs. Shirleys been known to give “hugs” and enjoys being with people.  Dog friendly, too, with both large and small dogs.  Cats unknown. 

Shirley knows her sit command, takes treats gently, is good on leash, and very easy to handle.  Playful, too! 

This gentle sweetheart was surrendered to the local shelter along with 3 other dogs due to her family losing their home.  The other dogs have been adopted and now it’s Shirley’s turn.  

The black pup in the video/pics is VADER.... Shirleys kennel mate and friend.  Hes also available for adoption!!  

*Foster to Adopt is an Option*

If interested in learning more about SHIRLEY please contact volunteer advocate, Anabelle, at or text/call (714) 335-1287.

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Whiskers & Tails Foundation

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  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
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