Animal League News

Archie is a gentle and affectionate 6-year-old, 60-pound Boxer/Staffie mix male who needs a new home. He is neutered, shots are up to date and he is in good health. He loves people, including children of all ages, but he dislikes other dogs, and cats are unknown. Archie is housebroken, and he is crate, leash and obedience trained (knows sit, stay and heel). He is reliable to leave in the house for more than 12 hours.  He enjoys walking and loves to run and play fetch the ball. There is no adoption fee for this special boy.

If you will welcome Archie into a loving home as part of your family, please call Carey any time at 801-721-6844.

October 24, 2022

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Hi… my name is Libby,

Adopted 10-30-22

I’m a happy, adorable Hound/Staffie mix, and at my age (about 9 months) I’m ready and eager to learn. This usually takes a touch of human patience, and being a healthy youngster, with a lot of puppy energy to burn off, I’d appreciate your firm but loving  guidance. I need to continue my education, and it appears that I’m a pretty good student, because I’m already learning some basic commands like: “off,” “sit,” and “down” (occasionally). I recently passed the cat test, can use a doggie door, but may need some house training. I also need leash training, and once that’s accomplished we’ll both be able to enjoy our walks, and explore exciting places together. When I say “both,” I’m referring to you and me! So won’t YOU please take ME home?

FOUND – Arrived 10-14-22

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Adopted 10-23-22

Warren is a sweet and lovable 6-year-old, 60-pound Boxer/Staffie mix male who needs a new home. He is leash trained and has some obedience training (knows sit, lay down, and shake). He is in good health, is housebroken, and asks to go out. Warren loves people, including children of all ages, other dogs, and cats. He craves attention and loves to play fetch the ball. He enjoys morning and evening walks. There is no adoption fee for this special boy. If you will welcome Warren into a loving home as part of your family, please call Linda between 9 AM and 5 PM at 520-407-6123.

October 1, 2022

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Hi… my name is Dixon,

Adopted 9-22-22

Thanks for looking at my pictures. My biography is under construction. Please stop back again to read about me. 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 8-11-22, Adopted 8-14-22, Arrived 9-16-22

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Hi… my name is Shiloh,

One thing humans should realize is that at a certain age, puppies (like children) will test their limits! I’m an approximately 6-month-old Staffie mix girl and I’m definitely at that age. Just by looking at me, besides being adorable, you can tell that I’m full of mischief. The people who adopted me three months ago must have underestimated how much energy a growing puppy like me can have. After being oriented to the TALGV play yard, I met and played with two new friends, while quickly learning a lot. I know I’ll be attending classes on the basic commands, walking and socializing. Like all youngsters, I need someone with a firm, loving hand who can give me guidance. Once you get me through these formative years, I’ll be yours forever!

NOTE: Shiloh has been social, tolerant, and playful when meeting other dogs in TALGV’s playgroup. She would like to meet any resident dogs before adoption to your home.

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.

FOUND – Arrived 5-22-22, Adopted 6-16-22, Arrived 9-8-22

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Hi… my name is Erin,

Adopted 9-29-22

My family consists of my mom (Ella), my brother (Earl), and me. We all arrived at The Animal League, after being found roaming around and lost. I’m an approximately 4-month-old Black Mouth Cur/Staffie mix female. Earl and I may not look a lot like  mom, but you can tell we’re family. Like all puppies my age, I’m “feeling my oats and ready to take on the world,” whatever that means. From what I hear, it means now’s the perfect time to learn good behavior and the basic commands to help us with that. After doing a good job rearing us, mom thinks we’re ready to find our own forever home. I guess I’m ready, even though it won’t be easy at first. I’ll need a lot of love and patience, but mostlyIll need YOU!

FOUND – Arrived 8-15-22

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Hi… my name is Earl,

Adopted 10-17-22

After we were found, my mom (Ella), sister (Erin), and I were brought to The Animal League to help find our forever homes. I’m an approximately 4-month-old Black Mouth Cur/Staffie mix male. Erin and I probably get our good looks from both mom and dad. Mom is with us, waiting for us to find loving homes of our own. It will be hard leaving my family, but because mom did a good job rearing us, I know I’ll do great. From what Erin hinted (her words) we’re both “full of oats and ready to take on the world.” I suppose that means we’ve reached an age for knowing how to behave and learning some basic commands that will help in the future. I’ll need your patience, but mostly I’ll want… YOUR LOVE!

FOUND – Arrived 8-15-22

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Hi… my name is Spots,

Adopted 11-3-22

I’m a male Heeler/Staffie mix who’s approximately 4 years old. Now, before I go any further I’d like to make something perfectly clear. I’m on the lookout for my “forever home” and believe me, I’m ready! You might be interested in knowing that I have a good disposition and according to a walking companion, I “walk like a dream.” Recently my friend, a volunteer, introduced me to the play yard, and I enjoyed romping around and participating in an enjoyable game of fetch. My foot deformity, due to a past injury, is of no medical concern and doesn’t interfere with my activities. I can use a doggy door, and sometimes I’ll sit when asked. I DO love to see humans happy! As I mentioned, I’m ready to go home! Are you ready to take me?

FOUND – Arrived 8-22-22

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Hi… my name is Pappy,

Adopted 8-23-22

Papago Road exit leads off I-19 to nowhere, and that’s exactly where I was headed. Fortunately a good Samaritan found me lying under a tree. I was too sick and weak to stand, so he picked me up, put me in his car, and drove me to TALGV for help. After a trip to the vet, and a short stay, I was returned to TALGV. I’m an approximately 5-month-old hound/staffie mix boy, who finally can see a bright future ahead. Now all I need is a caring person, hopefully you, to adopt me and take me home. I can see it now, a home of my own, a loving family, and lots of toys for me to play with. What more could a puppy wish for? You to grant my wish!

FOUND – Arrived 8-6-22

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Hi… my name is Mason,

Adopted 8-14-22

Thanks for looking at my pictures. My biography is under construction. Please stop back again to read about me. 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 8-11-22

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Hi… my name is Riley,

Adopted 9-10-22

I’m a very friendly, outgoing chap who loves everybody, and it seems everybody loves me. No brag…just fact! I’ve also been good with children (ages 2, 4, 5, and 6). It’s been mentioned I’m not good with small dogs, and I definitely don’t like cats, especially after one recently scratched and injured my eye. I’m still getting treatment! I’m not crazy about the heat, but I do love going for walks and car rides. I enjoy spa treatments (baths), but hate water hoses. I’m leash trained, good in the house when left alone, and can use a doggy door. I know the commands “sit,” “stay,” and “come.” I’m very affectionate and enjoy attention. Instead of just living the “life of” Riley, why don’t you take me home and live your “life with” Riley!

Arrived 12-29-17, Adopted 3-14-18, Arrived 8-1-22

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Hi… my name is Winston,

Adopted 9-3-22

It’s bad enough when people throw litter from their cars, but it’s carrying things too far when they throw out an innocent puppy. That would be me, Winston! Thankfully someone saw what happened and came to my aid. When it was decided I was okay, I was invited to stay with the nice people until they brought me to TALGV. They said I’m a very sweet boy who got along with their cats and small dogs. I even sat when told (sometimes). After all, I’m only about six months old! Naturally I’ll need training to help me become a well-mannered adult. Right now I’m just a wiggly, playful, happy pup that would really appreciate a forever home, filled with love. Why don’t you visit  and spend some time getting to know me. You won’t be sorry!

FOUND – Arrived 7-3-22

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