Animal League News

Hi… my name is Cinnamon,

Adopted 12-9-17

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 10-30-17

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Hi… my name is Yammy,

Adopted 11-11-17

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 10-30-17

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Hi… my name is Jacko,

Adopted 10-28-17

Arrived 10-22-17

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Hi… my name is Nanie,

Adopted 10-15-17

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 10-9-17

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Hi… my name is Blackie,

“She loved her dogs.” That’s what my wonderful mom’s family said about her and I’m living proof. When I wandered onto her property a year ago, she welcomed me into her home and introduced me to Bugsy, another one of her dogs, who’s now my best buddy ever. After Mom’s death, her daughter couldn’t take us because she has 8 cats who don’t like dogs (!), but she was glad to talk about us, saying that I’m a playful, loving, 2-year-old guy, 52 pounds, who’s housebroken. I need training not to climb fences (currently can climb any fence), but there’s a very important lesson I already know: Kindness and love make for a happy home. If at all possible, Bugsy and I would love to stay together, and share that happiest of homes with you.

Arrived 8-28-17

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Hi… my name is Patty (aka Dot),

Patty comes with FREE Vet Care for Life

My friends here at TALGV suggested I tell you my story because they thought I could explain it best. First, when I say I’m outgoing, it means I’m friendly with almost everyone and also that I’ve gotten “out” more than once. My former people were family to me, so it wasn’t for lack of caring, but sometimes a gate was accidentally left open or a door wasn’t shut. In any event, it was decided that a new home was best for me. I’m excited about the possibility of new people to love and hopeful because people find lots to love about me, too. I’m an 8-year-old female, 79 pounds (yes, “diet” has been mentioned), and here’s the main thing I want you to know: I’d love to stay home and be happy with you.

Arrived 8-17-17

 

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Max

Hi… my name is Max,

Adopted 8-25-17

There are tiny doggies and then there’s me: A 140-pound, 6-year-old brindle Mastiff male. Take me for a walk and strangers may smile and wave, apparently so impressed by my size. But I’m used to it—I just grew this way! Plus, for years I’ve lived with Oreo, a 32-pound Bassett Hound, so I know how to share my space. I’m a sweet, easy-going guy, but remember the big part—a strong walker on your end of the leash is a good idea. I need a new home due to the health concerns of our former person, who left word that I’ve been gentle and tolerant with youngsters (ages 6-17), am leash trained, and “ask” to go outside. So if there’s room for a big love in your life, I’m the guy for you.

Arrived 8-4-17

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Hi… my name is Keta,

Adopted with Chancellor 8-29-17

Comes with Free Vet Care of Life

My buddy Chancellor and I were great pals to our family, but one thing we couldn’t fix: The kids were allergic to us. So now we’re available to join another family—a household of one or more. I’ll probably make the change just fine because I’m one of the calmest dogs around—nothing much rattles me. And I love big people and kids, too (our human mom said I was great with her babies). All my people friends appreciate my good manners—housebroken, leash-trained, great in the car, know several commands—plus I can be independent and enjoy my alone time. An adorable brindle Shepherd/Staffie mix female, 57 pounds, I’m 10 years old and have FREE Vet Care for Life, so there’s lots to love about me. If you agree, we should be together!

Arrived 8-3-17

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Hi… my name is Sherbet,

Adopted 6-11-17

My siblings and I were born and found living under a trailer. Our little spot was in the shade, but not a place where we could grow up, and the person nearby already had several dogs. So we came here; happy, fun-loving puppies ready for life’s next big adventure! We’re already very good at puppy things—eating, playing, rolling on top of each other—and with time, patience and attention from loving people, we can also become good at the things that will someday make us delightful, well-trained grown-up dogs. (In the meantime, we expect to have lots of puppy-people fun, too!) I’m an adorable brindle male, 9.6 pounds at 7 weeks and growing, probably a Shepherd/Terrier mix. You may like all puppies, but please say I’m the one you want for keeps!

Arrived 6-2-17

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Hi… my name is Angel,

Adopted 6-17-17

I was found wandering some dirt roads near here, which can be fun if you can go home at the end of the day. But I didn’t have a home. My finder liked me, but I was too rough with her mini Chihuahua, so now I’m here, hoping the next winding road leads me to my happily ever after. According to my finder, I liked playing with kids, and volunteers agree that I enjoy the company of people. Indeed, I’m definitely a fun-loving dog, who can walk well on a leash, and cuddle, too. And although I wasn’t a good match with my finder’s dogs, I’ve lived with another dog here at TALGV. I’m a brindle, grey and white female, 61 pounds and about 2 years old. Won’t you please come find me here?

Arrived 5-20-17

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