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Adopt Me From SFACC May 2019 

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At press time, all these dogs were available for adoption at San Francisco Animal Care & Control. To see more animals and learn more about SFACC, visit




Wallace (A426673) is a total and teeny sweetie who is ready to share cuddles and kisses. This wee chi gent enjoys his walks and can really rock a sweater. Wallace was shy when he arrived at ACC, but he’s becoming quite the confident guy, enjoying his walks and making new friends. He even has playgroup with a big pittie girl. Wallace could be a good choice for a family with older kids. He is 2 years old and A Chihuahua mix. Wallace’s adoption fee is 50 percent off for a qualified adopter.




Introducing Wigglesworth (A427176), smiliest of pits, happiest of boys, shortest of shorties, aka Lord Wigglebutt of the San Franciscan Wigglesworths. This joyful gent, a 2-year-old neutered male pittie mix, is a stellar cuddler, leaner, and hugger (yes, he’ll put his paws on your shoulders and hug you). He’s also athletic and loves zoom-zoom-zooming, playing with toys, and walks on the town. Wigglesworth is looking for experienced adopters who’ll take him to training classes. Wigglesworth could be a good choice for a family with kids 8 years or older. Adopt Wigglesworth now and receive a Welcome Home Gift Bag with toys and treats.




Majestic (A427722) is a unique and wonderful pup about 8 months old, and he’s quite the looker. This goofy sweetie, a Catahoula mix, is just starting to find his inner puppy yet is very calm and laid-back. He is beginning to learn the wonder of toys, loves cuddles, treats, and spending time with his buddies. He can’t wait to find his forever home. Majestic is looking for experienced adopters who will take him to training classes. Majestic could be a good choice for a family with children.




This gorgeous gal, Skittles (A427819), is clever, active, and loves every person and dog she has met at the shelter. She’s an easy keeper, who walks well on leash, keeping pace by your side, and has a very gentle mouth and spirit. She will do best in a home with patient adopters committed to helping her gain confidence through training. A first-time adopter and/or a family with children 8 years and older might be a great fit for Skittles, who is about 2 years old and pit bull mix. Adopt Skittles now & receive a Welcome Home Gift Bag with toys and treats.


Main article photo by: Courtesy SFACC