At 10 years of age, I’m glad to say I know what love is. Some time ago, when I’d been abandoned, neighborhood kids fed me for 3 weeks. Then I was adopted, but due to health concerns of their own, my people had to bring me here. Love flows both ways, of course, so I understand and wish them only the best. But I do need a new home, and since I’m an older dog, that requires someone special. I’m overweight and have some concerns older dogs often do, but I also have good news: I come with FREE Vet Care for Life! I’m leash trained (although I walk slowly), I love children, and if you have a place in your heart for me, I’d love to share my gentle, peaceful company with you.
Due to her own health issues, my former owner was worried about my well being and so decided that I should find a new home. Since I’m only 4 months old, that’s pretty much my story up to now, although I’m doing my best to get ready for fun times up ahead. I’m learning how to walk well on a leash along with other important puppy lessons—according to the volunteers, I’m intelligent and attentive, (you could say I’m all ears.) And, I’m happy to say, being a playful and loving pup just comes naturally to me. At slightly under 36 pounds, I’m a tan and white female who’s friendly and confident, but a wee bit lonely. My forever home can’t come too soon, so if that’s with you, can we please meet today!
ALLIE is a beautiful, social, and sweet 4-year-old, 45-pound yellow Lab mix who needs a new home. Her family can no longer care for her. Allie is obedience trained and knows well: sit, shake, down-roll, speak, no. She is good with new people and gets along with children, but rescuer believes she should be an only dog; cats are unknown. She is spayed and is up to date on her shots. She is housebroken and currently uses a doggie door. Allie is very calm and affectionate, loves to take long walks, and used to sleep with owner. She would be best in a home with someone who has time to dote on her.
There is no adoption fee. If you will welcome Allie into a loving home as part of your family, please call Sharon between 8 AM and 8 PM at 775-427-0025.
My sister, Dawn, and I were rescued just in the nick of time! We were found on the side of Sahuarita Road—two little 7-pound, 2-month-old black Lab puppies, who didn’t know where to turn. But we’re safe now—the awful things that might have happened didn’t—and judging by the oohs and aahs from volunteers and visitors, we’re even popular! Of course, we’re still very young. Since you’re reading this, I’m guessing you already know the things that pups like me need to learn. My question is, could you be the one with the time and patience to teach me? I’m a male, a sweetie, who has lessons to learn and lots of fun to share. Maybe you can show me what it is to be loved, and to have a home forever!
My brother, Dusk, and I were rescued just in the nick of time! We were found on the side of Sahuarita road—two little 7-pound, 2-month-old black Lab puppies, who didn’t know where to turn. But we’re safe now—the awful things that might have happened didn’t—and judging by the oohs and aahs from volunteers and visitors, we’re even popular! Of course, we’re still very young. Since you’re reading this, I’m guessing you already know the things that pups like me need to learn. My question is, could you be the one with the time and patience to teach me? I’m a female, a sweetie, who has lessons to learn and lots of fun to share. Maybe you can show me what it is to be loved, and to have a home forever!
I was rescued from the middle of Whitehouse Canyon Road. You won’t be surprised to learn I’d almost been hit by a car right before my rescuer stopped for me. She said I was very friendly and playful right from the get-go—I was truly happy to see her—but also hard to get in the car because it appeared that the leash was something I’d never seen before. At 73 pounds, I’m a good size guy, but even big boys can be shy and that’s how I felt when we first came here. Fortunately, my friendly nature helps a lot and I’ve been lucky to find kind people. I’m a handsome 2-year-old male, red with white markings, and amber eyes that may “speak” to you of how much I’d love to be yours.
I was found in the Rancho Sahuarita area, a beautiful, tan Lab/Mastiff mix female in need of a friend. I was too thin, had a significant cut on the inside of my right hind leg, and didn’t know who to trust. Fortunately, my rescuer brought me here, where my wound has been tended, the food is nutritious, and—the best part—I’m enjoying the company of my new human friends. I know they’re my friends because they take me for walks, spend time with me, and they see that I have the makings of a great companion. Inside my somewhat big body (about 68 pounds), there’s an even bigger heart that’s yearning to belong to someone, to be the loyal and loving dog of someone who loves me back. Could you be the one?
CODY is a mild-mannered, gentle 2-year-old blonde Lab/husky mix boy who lost his mom recently and needs a new loving home. He is house-broken and asks to go out, but he loves his daily walks. He weighs 120 pounds, is neutered and up to date on his shots (medical records are available). Cody likes other dogs and cats, is social with everyone, especially women, and he likes children of all ages. He is used to a doggy door and will “sit” on command. Cody is mostly a house dog who enjoys laying on his cushion, but he would enjoy a ranch or horse setting. There is no adoption fee. To arrange a meeting with this special dog, please call John between 8 AM and 8 PM at 520-591-5474.