Animal League News

Hi… my name is Sunny (aka Callie),

Adopted 7-9-18

“Single and loving it!” Let’s say that’s my new motto. Things had been happy at home for about four years, and then something changed. None of us know exactly why, but I no longer got along with the other dogs. We parted with real sadness, but it seemed best for all concerned. My former people called me “a great dog,” usually well behaved, and listed commands I know: sit, stay, down, shake, come. No surprise, I’m an “excellent retriever”—love playing with my toy ball. I’m also leash trained, love car rides, and although not crazy about water, I’m okay having a bath. They recommended I be an only dog (see my new motto) and I’m yearning for big-hearted people to love. A yellow Lab female, 4-1/2 years old, I’m ready to be all yours.

Arrived 8-4-14; Adopted 8-14-14; Arrived 6-21-18

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Hi… my name is Messi,

Adopted 2-17-17

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 2-13-17

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Hi… my name is Honey Bear (aka Riley),

Adopted May 8, 2016

Honey Bear comes with Free Vet Care for Life.

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 February 17, 2016; Adopted February 17, 2016; Arrived May 7, 2016

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Hi… my name is Bear,

Adopted January 31, 2016

Bear comes with Free Vet Care for Life.

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 January 21, 2016

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Hi… my name is Chase.

Adopted March 16, 2015

Although I only lived with the family that adopted me for a short time, they said that I was very sweet and affectionate with people and simply LOVED car rides and long walks. I didn’t, however, get along with their cats or dogs, so they agreed that I needed to have a home where I could be “king of the hill.” I had a head start on good leash manners when I arrived, and now the volunteers are working on honing that skill along with quite a few others (I do a mean “sit” for a treat!). I’m an impressive, 85-pound yellow Lab/retriever mix (and I come with TALGV’s FREE  Vet Care for Life). I’m sure experienced “big dog” people will applaud the day they chose me!

Chase comes with TALGV’s FREE Vet Care for Life.

Arrived June 19, 2014.

 

 

 

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Hi… my name is Boogie.

I was adopted on August 24, 2014.
Think June in Arizona. Think a closed-up trailer in June in Arizona. Think a closed-up trailer in June in Arizona with no food and water. Not pretty, is it? Well, that’s where the owner of the trailer found my extended family (including a passel of kittens!) and me after the renters moved out. I can’t tell you how happy we all were to get out of there and into TALGV where it’s cool and there’s all the food and water we want. It may take a while for all of us to recover from that experience, but when we do, we’ll be the most grateful felines on the planet! I’m a multi-colored tabby lady and I know that a lot of purrs, rubs, and kisses will come your way when you take me home!

 

 

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Hi… my name is Jazz.

Think June in Arizona. Think a closed-up trailer in June in Arizona. Think a closed-up trailer in June in Arizona with no food and water. Not pretty, is it? Well, that’s where the owner of the trailer found my extended family (including a passel of kittens!) and me after the renters moved out. I can’t tell you how happy we all were to get out of there and into TALGV where it’s cool and there’s all the food and water we want. It may take a while for all of us to recover from that experience, but when we do, we’ll be the most grateful felines on the planet! I’m a multi-colored, longhaired tabby lady and I know that a lot of purrs, rubs, and kisses will come your way when you take me home!

 

 

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Hi… my name is Agatha.

Adopted October 15, 2014.
Since I arrived at TALGV, I have discovered that sitting on volunteers’ laps is quite nice, especially since I love to be brushed and have my forehead and ears scratched.  I also think watching the “birds and the bees” (and whatever else moves!) doing their respective things from a window or porch is simply heaven on earth. (I had an Arizona room in my old home that was my favorite spot.) Mom and dad moved to a townhome in South Carolina that I guess didn’t allow pets, so I’m back at my old alma mater after four years hoping I can find a quiet person or couple who have space in their lives (and hearts!) for me. I’m a beautiful golden brown, golden-eyed, tabby lady and I’m hoping that my ultimate home is right around the corner.

 

 

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Hi… my name is Arroya.

Yes, I know, the Spanish word is “arroyo,” but since I’m a girl, it got changed “Arroya” just to be gender correct! Whatever the name, though, I’m one sweet, little girl who is  going to be a fairly good-sized gal when I’m grown. When I arrived at TALGV I was one sick little puppy I can tell you, but they’ve taken super good care of me, and now I’m all healthy again and ready to move on with my life with an active family. I’m an utterly delightful and sweet shepherd mix with HUGE ears (I’ll probably grow into them, but it might take a while!) and my foster mom says that I walk nicely on a leash, am “on my way” to house training, and she’s absolutely sure that I’ll be the star of obedience class. So why not “make your year” by making me yours?

 

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Hi… my name is Honey.

I was adopted May 25, 2014.

My dad went into a memory care facility and my long-time girlfriend, Harleigh, and I were left alone in our home for several weeks. We had a yard and a doggie door and a neighbor who came to feed us, but we were still awfully lonely so were really glad when TALGV came to our rescue. We’re living with a foster mom at the moment, and she really thinks it is important that we be adopted together because we’ve become so dependent on each other. I’m a plus-size collie/Chow mix lady who, despite my size, loves to cuddle and give kisses. I’m on a Jennie Craig diet at the moment, so when I get back down to a “misses” size, I’ll be able to snuggle with you even more! Harleigh and I are both housebroken, good with kids, and just generally a laid-back girls, so I know that we’d be a great addition to any family.

 

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