Featured Pet of the week, Sweet Coco came to the ACF as a stray, and at first she was shy and overwhelmed. It didn’t take long for Coco to warm up and start stealing hearts, however, and she’s quickly become a staff and volunteer favorite.
· Coco is very affectionate with people, and although she is 54 pounds, she fancies herself a lapdog. She is content to sit by her human’s side and snuggle.
· Coco is also fun and athletic, and would be a great running buddy or pal at the beach.
· Coco has a unique sable-colored coat and dreamy hazel eyes. And yes, she is a little cross-eyed! We think it adds to her charm.
See her on our Adoptable Pet Page!
Complete an Application
Applications are available at the Coronado Animal Control Facility. You may also fill out an application on line and submit it to PAWS of Coronado.
Cat and dog adoption counselors will review your application and will help to decide if the animal you are interested in is a good match for your lifestyle and will direct you to any other pets that may be appropriate.
For cat adoptions an application and interview are all that is required.
For dog adoptions an application, interview and home visit are required.
Please note that if you do not find a new animal companion, your application will be kept on file for three months.
Upon approval by an adoption counselor, a Transfer Agreement must be completed before you can take your new family member home.
An adoption fee must be paid by check or in cash as follows:
The Fee includes
Paws of Coronado is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization founded in 2003 in order to facilitate adoptions from the Coronado Animal Care Facility. PAWS adoptable animals reside in the Coronado Animal Care Facility( Department of Animal Control) located at 1395 First Avenue next to the Ferry Landing. For more information visit the PAWS of Coronado Website http://www.pawsofcoronado.org/
At PAWS of Coronado we believe that pets and people should be a perfect match. Adopting a furry member into your family is an important decision and we want what is best for the animals and for you.
The dogs and cats at the Coronado ACF are extremely social due in large part to the tender loving care of the ACF staff and PAWS volunteers. This includes a dog walking program and a cat petting program.
Because we have such hands on experience with the animals, we can help you find the best match for you and your living situation.
Driving 5 south or 5 north, take the exit for the Coronado Bay Bridge. After exiting the bridge stay straight on 3rd Ave. until Orange Avenue(State Hwy 75). Make a right turn at the light onto Orange Avenue. Proceed to First Avenue and make a right turn at the light. Continue down First Avenue past the Ferry Landing until you reach the Coronado Animal Care Facility on the left at 1395 First Street. The hours of operation are daily from 9am - 4 pm, closed on holidays.