BELLA is a laid-back, friendly, and social 12-year-old Staffie mix that needs a new home because owner was recently in a serious accident and no longer is able to care for her. She weighs about 48 pounds, is spayed, and her shots are up to date. She is fully house broken, will use doggie door if available, is leash trained and enjoys short walks. Bella is well behaved, rarely barks, and gets along with other dogs and children. Cats are unknown.
There is no adoption fee for this special girl. If you would welcome Bella into a loving home, please call Dottie between 8 AM and 8 PM at 339-237-2790.
“Sweetness on four legs,” my friends call me, enjoying my happy wiggle, doggie smile and gentle manner. They understand that for me, being brought to this safe place with its kind people feels like a sort of miracle. I’d known much harder times, having been abandoned as a very young dog, left chained in a yard. Fortunately, a neighbor took care of me for a while, noted I was good with kids, but then she moved and couldn’t take me. That’s when I came here, and I was grateful from the get-go! Medical attention came first, along with routine exercise, and now training class (I’m good on a leash). I’m a 1-year-old, tan and white, adorable female, and I’ll be sweet on you forever. Isn’t that the perfect reason to make me yours today!
Three is my lucky number. Here’s why: In my first home, the landlord said I wasn’t allowed. Then, a couple took me home but found I was too much puppy for them. So now I’m all set for number three, my happiest-ever home where people say, “you’re just right for us!” I’m an active, loveable, 10-month-old Staffie mix female, now 44 pounds, with a beautiful brindle coat. Granted, I’ve been over-reactive around other dogs and probably need to be your only canine, but I’m such an exuberant, happy dog, one’s enough! I’m also a fun dog—love being with people, playing fetch, going for walks and giving you my full attention because you’re so important to me. So what do you say? Will you make this my luckiest day ever by making me yours?
My finder noted that I have a sweet disposition towards people and I’m not dog reactive, which goes to prove that your good nature can stay intact even when bad things happen. You see, I was a stray with no one to take care of me, which can be very dangerous for a young dog like me, and when rescued, I had been hurt. Fortunately, a kind person took me to an animal hospital, where my wounds healed up very nicely. And now, along with my already sweet disposition, I’m a grateful guy, too. Just 1-year-old, I’m a handsome Staffie mix male, about 52 pounds, tan with white markings, ready to start my carefree, fun-filled life. And if you’re the one to share your happy home with me, I’ll love you forever and a day.
My name (Lucky Boy) describes me well because I’m a boy who was lucky to be born to my dear, sweet mother (Lola, also at TALGV), lucky to be found when we were lost on the road and brought to safety here, and lucky to be such a lively, naturally happy guy. My personality has won me lots of TALGV friends—I’m friendly, love to go on walks, know some good commands, and I’m eager to please so I’m willing to learn what my person teaches me. Granted, I’m still a puppy, which means I’m energetic, playful, and always ready for fun. Of course, I’m on the way to growing up—a black and white, 51-pound Staffie mix male, and somebody’s going to be lucky to make me their own. I hope it’s you!
Life has improved so much for me recently that I truly believe a happy new home could be mine! There’d been trouble where I came from, a divorce pending, and one person made it clear I was no longer welcome. (I’ve learned that’s not all men—male volunteers here are already my friends.) My former mom praised me—said I was housebroken, good when left alone, rode well in the car and obeyed commands. I’m leash-trained, too, but somewhat strong, so I’m learning to be even better. And I like other dogs—have lived peacefully with a TALGV canine buddy. A friendly, handsome, 4-year-old Staffie mix male, I’m enjoying every day, and every night dreaming of the same thing: A loving, happy home, where I’ll give and receive love forever. Could that be with you?
When I was lost, running down Nogales Highway with another lost dog, my immediate needs were basic: A safe place to rest, food, and—number one—water. I was so thirsty! When someone stopped to help us, I was shyer than the other dog but equally relieved to be rescued from the road. Then came another tremendous relief: Settling in here with my own water dish, regular food, and a comfy bed. Now they say that for me—a guy who’s a sweet combination of shy and friendly by nature—there’ll be an even better place: A forever home, where love lives, and I can be the devoted companion to my favorite someone ever. I’m a 1-year-old Staffie mix male, black with cool white markings, 60 pounds, handsome, lovable, and oh-so ready to be yours.