Saturday, July 11, 2020

Pets of the Week: June & Cash, Chihuahua Mix Dogs for Adoption

June and Cash will Walk the Line that Leads to Your Heart…

True love duo June and Cash were found as strays wandering together on Isabella Avenue. This bonded pair is looking for a quiet and comfortable forever home where their new people can provide them with all the creature comforts and shower them with the love they deserve.

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    June and Cash are both sweet but shy. Once they warm up they are loving and affectionate, and very engaging with their human friends. They are best suited for a dog-savvy adult family who will help them come out of their shells.

  • Just like their namesakes, these pups are very bonded so they must be adopted together.

  • We don’t know their back story, but both June and Cash are house trained, and appear to have some nice skills already in place.

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June’s Stats: Chihuahua Mix, female, DOB: November 2012 (7 years old), 12 pounds, shots up to date, spayed, microchipped, house trained

Cash’s Stats: Chihuahua Mix, male, DOB: November 2012 (7 years old), 15 pounds, shots up to date, neutered, microchipped, house trained

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Adoption fee: $200 (for both dogs). June and Cash are a bonded pair, and must be adopted together.

Are you looking for an epic love story to unfold before you? Come down to the Coronado Animal Care Facility today and meet June and Cash! If you have any questions, please email us at And please check out June’s and Cash’s full profiles!

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PAWS of Coronado
PAWS of Coronado
PAWS of Coronado was established in 2003. PAWS manages the Coronado Animal Care Facility and cares for the orphaned cats and dogs of Coronado while they find them their forever homes.


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