SASHA is a beautiful 1 ½-year-old Weimaraner that needs a new home as owner is having severe allergic reaction to her after being with them since a puppy. She weighs 70 pounds, is spayed, current on shots, and is in excellent health (medical records available). Sasha is housebroken and asks to go out. She is loving, enjoys lots of exercise including training, playing with small dogs, and fetching her toys. She is obedience, leash, and crate trained; prefers to sleep in her covered crate. There is no adoption fee.
If you would welcome Sasha into your heart and home, please call Richard between 10 AM and 4 PM at 928-239-8894.
You say you’re looking for a lap cat? Well, be careful what you wish for, ‘cause if you adopt me, you may never see yours again! Now that’s not to say that I don’t do other “stuff,” like rolling on the floor for belly rubs, following you around the house, and engaging in the enchanting stuff kittens do (at a year old, that’s what I still am!), but bottom line is I just want to be with you! I arrived here with my feline friends from a shelter that was closing, and although it was a long trip, we’ve all settled in and are ready to move on to real homes for the first time in our lives. I hope you’ll be the one to give me mine!
Don’t ever let them tell you a gal’s too old for a spa-like “makeover!” Well, that’s what I got when I arrived at TALGV after my mom died because my grooming had been woefully neglected for a very long time (my coat was completely matted and my nails were growing into my paws!). Right now I’m sporting a “lion cut,” but when it grows out I’ll be the gorgeous, longhaired Siamese/Himalayan mix I’m meant to be. I’m a totally sweet, 10-year-old lady who ADORES attention (well, just being with you!) and since I’m “on the older side,” I qualify for free vet care, so now’s the time to bring me home and watch the transformation!
For a “teenage mom” who was found foraging in the desert over a year ago, I’m a gentle girl at heart. My family said although I’d led a hard life, I was still playful and that I got along famously with their dogs but not their cats. So what I need now is a “cat free” home (a friendly dog might be OK), and person who’ll schmooze with me now and then. Although I tolerate the other cats here, they’re kinda getting on my nerves, so I’d love a home where I have my own space and can enjoy the freedom to explore the house or just hang out in a sunny window or on a lap. Won’t you give me a home where I can have the fun, easygoing life-style I’ve earned?