Meet Jewels, a 65 lb., 5-year-old, registered Therapy Dalmatian.  Jewels was rescued during a felony animal abuse bust and seizure.  She and dozens of other dogs that were living in destitute conditions (most of them in crates 24 hours a day) were liberated as a result of excellent detective work and true compassion by the Officers of Kern County Animal Control.  These officers have historically gained infamy as “dog catchers” but believe me when I say that they are compassionate, hardworking and are making a real difference when it comes to combating Kern County’s problems with breeding, hoarding, dog-fighting and all around animal abuse.  Jewels’ owners were definitely bad people, but they did find time to give her some attention as she is has been certified as a Therapy dog which required some considerable training.  It is obvious that Jewels has been bred many times and that a large chunk of her life has been spent making money for less than credulous people, but her attitude is simply magnificent.  She is as happy as a dog can be and exudes a level of confidence that only a mother can have.   Jewels is not shy about communicating her gratitude and will bring a great energy to whichever home is lucky enough to adopt her.

If you are interested in adopting Jewels, please contact Zach at 661-972-3852 or 661-821-1327.

One Response to “Jewels”

  1. Allison Says:

    Jewels. Hello My name is Allison and I have been looking for an assistance type dog for my mother since she has some light mobility issues. We have been told to look for a service dog. Thats when i stumbled upon your organization via I would be greatly interested in learning more about Jewels and they costs associated with adoption of her. Thank you.

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