Sky Alvarado

Sky was born on January 11th, 2015 and was given up for adoption shortly afterward. She was adopted at five months and thus became a member of the Alvarado family. She has been a blessing to our family ever since!

Leonel Alvarado, representing Palm Valley Animal Shelter says "My family and I Adopted Sky roughly a year and a half ago from Palm Valley Animal Shelter (her former name at the shelter was Paige). We instantly fell in love with Sky...she was such a cute puppy, but was sad being in the shelter. But that all changed when we brought her home! Her warm personality and energy came out and I knew we had a born runner in our family. At her first check up her awesome veterinarian, Dr. Justin Cerelli, told me that she was a mixed breed of Labrador, Husky, and Australian Shepherd. "I hope you like to run!" he said. I'm just thankful that the wonderful staff at Palm Valley took exceptional care of Sky. We are extremely grateful for their love, care, and dedication to the animals. They are great people and the animals there get the best care possible. I'm happy that Sky will have the opportunity to help give back to the shelter that took such delicate care of her."

Rebeca Villanueva And her team at Palm Valley Animal Shelter says "Palm Valley Animal Center cares for homeless companion animals and enhances the relationship between animals and people through adoptions, education and community outreach."

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