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Pet of the week: Gasolina

Gasolina is a spayed brown and black female Dachshund mix. This little girl is a sweet, loving and patient dog. Gasolina gets along well with all kinds of dogs and should be a good match for a family with older children. At 8 years old, she will qualify for the Seniors for Seniors program that allows any Burbank resident 55 or older to adopt a senior pet for a reduced fee. Proof of age and Burbank residency is required at the time of adoption. Gasolina will happily adjust to either an apartment or a house. To meet Gasolina, contact the Burbank Animal Shelter and inquire about ID No. A011035.

The shelter is at 1150 N. Victory Place, Burbank. For more information, call (818) 238-3340. To view more about Gasolina or all available pets, visit The shelter hours are 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Saturday, closed Sundays and major holidays. Adoption fees are dogs $104, cats $78 and bunnies $30, and prices include spaying or neutering.