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Pet of the Week

Pet of the Week: Hendrix

Meet Hendrix, our Pet of the Week!

Hendrix is an adorable 5-year-old boxer mix who arrived at OC Animal Care when a few good Samaritans found him abandoned at a park, lost and alone. Hendrix was very nervous upon arrival, but our Staff and Volunteers made sure to go slow, giving him the space and time he needed to adjust. Since his arrival, we’ve seen him continue to grow and slowly get comfortable with more and more people he meets! We think that, due to the nature of being left behind at the park, Hendrix still values taking the proper time to trust someone before calling them his best friend. Don’t be fooled by Hendrix’s initially shy demeanor though! This sweet boy absolutely loves his toys, his belly rubs, and his snuggles from his best human friends, he walks very nicely on a leash (he’s even gone on pack walks with our Volunteers!), and he will make the most loyal and loving companion to whoever is lucky enough to adopt him! Hendrix may have not had an easy life so far, but he is ready to find that family who will make up for it and spoil him rotten!

Interested in adopting Handsome Hendrix? Call (714) 935-6848 to schedule an adoption appointment today! Hendrix is looking for an adult-only home or a home with children ages 15 years or older.

Animal ID#: A1756257

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California law requires that all adopted dogs and cats be spayed or neutered before leaving our Animal Care Center. The animals featured on our web page are available for adoption on first come first serve basis. We do not guarantee that animals seen on our web page will be available to adopt when you arrive at the Animal Care Center. OC Animal Care does not reserve animals for adoption by telephone or e-mail. You must come to the Center to adopt an animal and refer to the animal's Pet Identification number when inquiring.