Animal League News

Hi… my name is Allie,

Adopted 6-9-17

I am a beautiful, social, and sweet 4-year-old, 49-pound yellow Lab mix who needs a new home. My mom died and dad can no longer care for me. My rescuer said: “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 we believe she should be an only dog; cats are unknown. She is housebroken and is used to a doggie door. Allie is very calm and affectionate, loves to take long walks, and used to sleep with owner.” Please come to meet me; I’m sure we will become close friends.

Arrived 5-30-17

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Hi… my name is Brady,

Adopted 6-9-17

Right before being rescued, I was almost hit by a car. Needless to say, the kind person who helped me out that day received a super-sized thank-you from me! And then I was happy to come here, where people are friendly and fun. That’s what I had in mind when I was lost and searching—active people who enjoy exercise and energetic playtime, along with a loyal companionship that lasts forever. I’m a yellow Lab male, about 2 years old and about 73 pounds, with a whole lot of living to do. I know what it is to be a stray dog—without a home or anyone who loves you especially, but the good life is out there, too. Won’t you let me be your lively, devoted buddy—the one who thinks you’re the greatest!

Arrived 5-17-17

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Hi… my name is Bonnie,

Adopted 5-14-17

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 5-10-17

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Hi… my name is Mr. Clyde (aka Comet),

Adopted 6-11-17

My sister and I were adopted as puppies, renamed Bonnie and Clyde, and things were going great until a serious health issue arose for one of our people. As a result, they had to move to another state and knew there wouldn’t be time for us. Fortunately, Bonnie has already found a new home, and I’m ready to be next! A handsome 14-month-old black Lab, 73 pounds, I haven’t had formal training but I’m already really good on a leash and understand “no” and “down.” My best qualities? Probably my sweet nature and people-pleasing personality. I’ll be happy by your side for the active life as well as easy-going times. And believe me, I’ll be wanting you to be happy, too. So what do you say? Shall we take the happy trails together?

Arrived 5-20-17

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Hi… my name is Big Red,

I used to live in a yard with other dogs, but once out, I didn’t want to go back in. Instead, I came here, where I’ve been cautious around strangers (everyone at first). I wish I could tell you more about my history, but the best part of now is being able to start new. I’m having fun with things called toys, I love the wading pool in my run, and I’m living with a great dog buddy. Plus, I’m making people friends! Oh, I’m still shy, but I’m discovering how to enjoy the company of gentle, friendly people. They tell me I’m handsome—a 1-year-old, 58 pound male, with a beautiful red coat and soulful eyes—and I’m beginning to believe my future will be happy and fun, especially if it’s with you!

Arrived 3-3-17

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Hi… my name is Shadow,

Adopted 5-26-17

One dark night, around 2 a.m., there was a pounding on a door. It opened, a friendly face appeared, and a new chapter of my life began. I’d been abandoned—a young black Lab, tied to a fence and left in the shadows, but the woman at the door came to my rescue. “You’re a very nice dog,” she said kindly, and soon brought me here, where I’ve made lots more new friends (despite being shy at first). They agree I’m very nice, plus energetic, strong, playful, and extraordinarily handsome. At 18 months, I’m okay on a leash, but a bit of an escape artist through open doors (we’ll see if that changes once I settle in). Together, I bet we can write the book on happy companionship, so how about we start today!

Arrived 4-26-17

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Hi… my name is Camellia,

Adopted 5-3-17

Comes with FREE Vet Care for Life

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.

Arrived 12-10-16; Adopted 12-14-16; Arrived 4-18-17

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Hi… my name is Sophia,

Adopted 4-23-17

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!

Arrived 4-14-17

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Hi… my name is Dusk,

Adopted 4-21-17

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!

Arrived 4-8-17

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Hi… my name is Dawn,

Adopted 4-21-17

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!

Arrived 4-8-17

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Hi… my name is Rusty,

Adopted 5-20-17

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.

Arrived 3-31-17

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Hi… my name is Tess,

Adopted 4-28-17

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?

Arrived 3-25-17

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