Animal League News

Hi… my name is Sugar,

Adopted 11-11-20

After I was rescued and taken to a safe place, I was brought to TALGV to find my forever home. Even though I have a few things to learn, I already know how to use the doggie door. I also know how to enjoy the finer things in life like food, a pleasant walk (which I do well), enjoyable playtimes, and last but not least, love. I’m a very happy, affectionate girl and have quickly earned the reputation around here of being very “sweet.” Since we’re on that subject, are you looking for something sweet? Would you like a little SUGAR added to your life? That would be ME! Why don’t you call and make an appointment so we can meet and I’ll show you how I live up to my name.

Arrived 11-2-20

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Hi… my name is Crikey,

I’m a true Australian cattle dog; in other words, I’m NOT a couch potato. I need tasks and activities to keep me occupied. I’m good on a leash and would really appreciate someone who’s active and possibly likes to hike. I also enjoy playing and absolutely love car rides. I appear to be housetrained and I use a doggie door, and I know how to sit when told. It may take a while to build trust with me, but when you do I will be affectionate, attentive and willing to learn new lessons. If you are familiar with my breed or if you have patience to learn, please come in and meet me. Since I’m a working boy, if you’re willing to work, I’m definitely your boy.

Arrived 7-27-20

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Hi… my name is Kimber,

Adopted 9-26-19

I might be an Aussie Cattle Dog, but folks say I’m pretty as a fox. My coat is red, my body lean, and just look at my face: I’m one foxy lady! I’m shy and a little wary but not sly or contrary. I was found limping along the highway with a bad leg. TALGV discovered that I’d had surgery to repair a fracture, and now I can follow doctor’s orders to get my rest. But that doesn’t stop me from enjoying my walks. I’m good on leash and don’t bark at other dogs. With all I’ve been through in my young life, you can understand my initial shyness. Once I get to know you, you’ll see my tail wagging, my eyes gazing up at you, and hear my heart asking, “Can I come home with you?”

Arrived 8-15-19

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Hi… my name is Blue,

Adopted with Dottie 1-20-19

Comes with Free Vet Care for Life

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 1-7-19

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Hi… my name is Jada,

Adopted September 28, 2016

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 November 3, 2015; Adopted November 8, 2015; Arrived September 24, 2016

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Hi… my name is Isabella.

Adopted December 26, 2015

OK, I know that there are dogs who are perfectly content being “outdoor only” critters, but even after living with my family for 5½ years (all my life), I still wanted to be inside with them! My people (a senior couple) said that I’d recently started getting into mischief out there, so since they had four other outside dogs and couldn’t bring just me in, they felt I needed a place and home to call my own. They said I’m a gentle lady who is very submissive, so I’ll bet with just a bit of explanation on the finer points of indoor living, I’ll be a great companion. I’m a Boxer (my dad) and Australian Cattle Dog (my mom) mix, and I’d love the opportunity to show you just how endearing I can be!

Arrived June 18, 2015

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Hi… my name is Jessie.

Adopted October 11, 2014.

I’m really happy there are people out there hiking around Elephant Head, because that’s how my brother, James, and I ended up here. We were sitting at the DeAnza trailhead when he left and when he came back, so I’m glad he didn’t think leaving us was an option! If you know Australian cattle dogs then you’ll know we’ve got smarts galore, and in addition to that we’re loyal and loving. I’m a little laid back (especially when my brother’s around!), but when it’s just you and me, I’m a real lover. I’m yearning for a family and an active life, so if you’re into that, let’s get together!

Arrived August 13, 2014.

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Hi… my name is James.

Adopted October 11, 2014.

I’m really happy there are people out there hiking around Elephant Head, because that’s how my sister, Jesse, and I ended up here. We were sitting at the DeAnza trailhead when he left and when he came back, so I’m glad he didn’t think leaving us was an option! If you know Australian cattle dogs, then you’ll know we’ve got smarts galore, and in addition to that we’re loyal and loving. It’s pretty obvious that I haven’t missed too many meals, so perhaps a bit of a diet (and WAY more exercise) should be on the agenda for me. Wouldn’t you like to provide that? I know I’ll love you for it!

Arrived August 13, 2014.

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Hi… my name is Chloe.

I was adopted on April 12, 2014.

After my senior mom’s husband died, her kids kindheartedly gave me to her for company. I began life with her as a fairly small puppy, but, as these things go, I quickly developed into an 18-month-old, high-spirited teenager, got a lot bigger (well only 30 pounds!), and became “too much” for her. She taught me lots of commands though, and being an Australian cattle dog, it took no time at all to learn them, so for you people out there who think my breed is just the best there is (I certainly think so!), I promise that I’m going to be the dog of your dreams. I love people, am GREAT with kids, well behaved, and am a happy-go-lucky gal who wants to share all the joie de vivre I have with you!

 

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