PITTSBURG, Calif. (CBSLA.com) — Employees at a Bay area shelter want to make sure one little dog lives her final days better than a human.

The 8-year-old chihuahua mix named Pinto was abandoned by her owners and has only a few months to live because of a brain tumor.

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That’s why shelter workers are helping her check off a bucket list filled with adventures.

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Thus far, Pinto has played in the snow, gotten married, went on a ride-along with firefighters and police, and even baked holiday cookies.

Many of the adventures have been made possible with help from strangers.

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Next up on the list: a scenic 17-miles drive in Monterey County.