Animal League News

Adopted 3-29-20

STELLA is a kind, affectionate, and social 6-year-old, 60-pound, Cattle Dog mix female who needs a new home. She is crate trained, leash trained, and house trained (asks to go out). She is working on obedience training but knows “sit” and “shake.” She is in good health, spayed, up to date on shots and medical records are available. Stella is good with other dogs and older children. She can be shy at first with strangers but is a very sweet, gentle, and tender-hearted girl. There is no adoption fee. If you will welcome Stella into a loving home as part of your family, please call Andrea between 9 AM and 7 PM at 520-307-9481.

March 15, 2020

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Hi… my name is Hutch,

Adopted 1-4-20

As a stray I was off to a rocky start when a lady saved the day and took me to her home. For three weeks I lived there with two other dogs. Unfortunately, even though I got along with one of them, the other dog and I just didn’t hit it off. Now I’m here at TALGV waiting for someone who would love to adopt    a handsome, intelligent and energetic boy like me. It was mentioned that I’m good in a crate, walk well on a leash and ask to go out. I will need some training and since I’m a Heeler I need plenty of room to run. I would appreciate having tasks and activities to keep me busy. I have many good qualities, and I would love to share them with you.

Arrived 12-20-19

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Hi… my name is Ceres,

Adopted 6-23-19

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 6-13-19

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Dogg was adopted March 11, 2016

DOGG is an energetic, eager-to-please, 2-year-old, 40-pound shepard mix boy who needs a new loving home. He was found in early January 2016 in the Sierrita Mountains but finders could no longer keep him. He is house trained, has been neutered, loves people, and is progressing nicely with obedience training. Although he is tolerant of other dogs and cats, children are unknown. He has been taught to ‘sit’, ‘come’, ‘off’, and how to ’sit, wait, keep eye contact with the feeder, wait for a drop-hand signal, and eat shoulder-to-shoulder with other dogs. He thrives on good hard exercise and could easily keep up with a runner or bicyclist. He does not like riding in a car. Dogg is a very smart, friendly, affectionate dog, is quite starved for attention, and since he demands lots of attention, it might be best if he were an only dog.

February 28, 2016

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