Animal League News

Hi… my name is Saffron,

Adopted 9-13-20

Thanks for looking at my pictures. My biography is under construction. Please stop back again to read about me or… even better… if you are considering adoption, please call TALGV office (520-625-3170) and make a date to meet me soon. Kennel appointments are between 10 and 2 every day.

Arrived 9-2-20

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Hi… my name is Sasha,

Adopted 8-5-19

Thanks for looking at my pictures. My biography is under construction. Please stop back again to read about me or… even better… stop in at TALGV to meet me soon. Kennels are open 10-2 every day.

Arrived 6-6-19

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Hi… my name is Olympia.

Adopted 7-8-19

​If there’s trouble to get into, you can count on Olympia to be the first one in it. This little girl’s adventurous nature drives her curiosity. She is always trying to learn, taking in new sights and sounds as she discovers the joys of being a cute puppy, such as chewing shoelaces! Mischievous and adorable, Olympia will surely keep you on your toes.

Arrived 6-6-19

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Hi… my name is Helena.

Adopted 7-15-19

This little ewok is as smart as she is cute. Despite being the smallest of her litter, Helena always finds new ways to keep up with her sisters and brother. Whether it’s knocking over mama’s food dish to sneak a snack or sleeping under the water dish stand to avoid being woken up by her siblings, she is constantly coming up with adorable new ways to learn about the world around her.

Arrived 6-6-19

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Hi… my name is Denali.

Adopted 7-8-19

Denali is truly a “mini me” of her mama Sasha, from her dark muzzle to her gentle disposition. This girl is a princess and she knows it! You can almost always find Denali at your feet, constantly needing to be the center of attention. Taking this sweetheart into your home will bring nothing but love and happiness for years to come.

Arrived 6-6-19

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Hi… my name is Blanc.

Adopted 7-11-19

​Despite growing up with five rowdy siblings, Blanc has always been the most relaxed of the bunch. Craziness does not seem to phase this nonchalant pup. Of course, like all puppies, she enjoys playing like there’s no tomorrow!

Arrived 6-6-19

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Hi… my name is Atlas.

Born: May 18, 2019

Being the only boy in a litter of six, it’s not too surprising to hear that Atlas is a huge mama’s boy! If he’s not playing with his siblings or nose deep in a bowl of food, you’ll always be able to find him right next to his mother, Sasha. Never one to pass up the opportunity for attention, this little boy is always doing something to amuse. A life with Atlas is a life without boredom.

Arrived 6-6-19

 

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Hi… my name is Alpine,

Adopted 7-11-19

If you’re looking for a cuddle bug, look no further! Alpine’s sweet yet playful disposition makes for the ideal puppy. When she isn’t running around with her sisters and brother, she is perfectly content taking a nap in the arms of anyone who is willing to hold her. Her big fur is only matched by her big heart, she always wants to share her love through lots of cuddles!

Arrived 6-6-19

 

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Hi… my name is Teller.

Adopted January 29, 2015.

Wouldn’t it be great if they did DNA testing on all the “mystery” dogs that come in to TALGV? What a great genetic mix you’d find! In my case they’ve got bets going on Anatolian shepherd, Swiss Mountain dog, or maybe even a smidge of St. Bernard, but no matter, you’d be a winner with any of them! I was seen being dropped out of a car in Amado, so there’s no clue about my origin. Suffice it to say, I’m going to be a pretty big guy (I’m only about 3 1/2 months old as of mid-January, so have quite a bit of growing to do!), but lots of times big dogs are way more easygoing than the little active ones! Why not adopt me and see for yourself!

Arrived January 22, 2015.

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Hi… my name is Penn.

Adopted March 16, 2015

Wouldn’t it be great if they did DNA testing on all the “mystery” dogs that come in to TALGV? What an interesting genetic mix you’d find! In my case they’ve got bets going on Anatolian shepherd, Swiss Mountain dog, or maybe even a smidge of St. Bernard, but no matter, you’d be a winner with any of them! I’m “overnighting” these days with a volunteer and she says I’m doing great – learning good leash manners, ride well in the car, and use doggie door. I’m getting along fine in a home environment and adjusting to living with other dogs. Suffice it to say, I’m going to be a pretty big guy (I’m only a few months old now, so have quite a bit of growing to do!), but lots of times big dogs are way more easygoing than the little active ones! Why not adopt me and see for yourself!

Arrived January 22, 2015.

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