By Megan Gabel
Like human teenagers, adolescent dogs have their charms, innocence, insecurities, and light-heartedness. They also require their “parent’s” patience as they move through this phase into adulthood. Our adolescent dogs are no different.
For dogs, adolescence starts at around six to eight months old. Sisters Pammy and Buffy and siblings Georgina and Paul are about nine months old so they qualify as teenagers. As teenagers, they retain some of their puppy charm as they experiment with a new world of independence. Each of them is energetic, curious, strong-minded, and very eager to go for a walk. Pammy is outgoing and adventuresome while Buffy is a little bit shy and more reserved. Georgina is very sweet and loving. Her brother Paul is the most gregarious of the group. He’s strong, self-confident, outgoing, and very brave.
The SPA’s adoption fee is 600 pesos and includes all current vaccinations, deworming, sterilization, and more. Meet these adorable teenagers at the SPA, Los Pinos 7, Monday-Saturday between 11am and 2pm 415 152 6124. At this point, only one person at a time may enter the SPA for an adoption interview. That person must wear a mask and stay at least six feet away from SPA personnel.