Animal League News

Hi… my name is Kenny,

Adopted 1-11-20

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 1-8-20

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Hi… my name is Darla,

Adopted 1-19-20

I arrived at TALGV because I was being attacked by the dogs in my first home and then given to the lady who brought me here. At her home there were twelve other animals. I got along well with the goats and dog but not the cat. There was also a three-year-old child, and in the week that I lived with them the lady could see that I was a friendly, gentle, and good-natured girl. In my former home I lived outside with no basic obedience training. I walk well on a leash, but will need a secure yard with an enclosure over four feet high. Come and visit me soon because all I want is to be loved by someone who wants to have that love returned. You and I could be a perfect match.

Arrived 1-5-20

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Hi… my name is Snickers,

Adopted 11-25-19

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.

FOUND – Arrived 11-18-19

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Hi… my name is Benjia,

Adopted 12-28-18

I was happy with my owner for five years, but when they moved, I couldn’t go with them. Fortunately, I’m still my sweet loving self here at TALGV. They say I have the most beautiful face and my auburn coat is oh so soft. And I’m trying to learn a few things. They keep asking me to go for a walk, but I’m not too comfortable with that. Fortunately for me, some of my volunteer friends are being very patient and understanding, and we share happy times in my kennel. Did I mention I’m a people dog? I’d really prefer to just look at you with beautiful adoring eyes and move close so you can stroke my thick luscious coat. Wouldn’t you just love to have a beautiful soft fur baby to adore you?

Arrived 10-30-19

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Hi… my name is Copper,

Adopted 9-29-19

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.

FOUND – Arrived 9-25-19

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Hi… my name is Tank,

Adopted 1-3-20

Yep, you got it, I’m a big solid lab mix, built like a tank (ha ha, no pun intended). The next thing you will notice about me is my milk chocolate coat. I was a little rough looking after roaming in the desert for a while, but it feels good to have my coat back to that glossy chocolaty look. When you come to see me I’m going to run up and enthusiastically greet you with lots of big wet kisses. Being a young puppy boy, I find everything exciting and will let you know about it. I have a lot to learn and hope you will help me.

Arrived 9-22-19

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Hi… my name is Pumpkin (aka Wednesday),

When I arrived, my name was Wednesday, but I was so scared, I didn’t know my name from any other day of the week. The kind people here gave me a friendlier name – Pumpkin. I was injured by a new dog who came to live with my family. We had to be separated. She stayed. I came here. I used to have a big doggy “brother” who gave me confidence. It takes me a while to trust people, but when I do, I’m gentle and very loving. I’ve learned to enjoy walking on leash, especially with a male dog buddy. I’m also learning not to be afraid of going indoors. The volunteers have learned something from me: I’m highly motivated by chicken (the food, not the birds)! With time, patience, and preferably another “brother,” I’ll be a beloved addition to your family.

Arrived 9-16-19

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Hi… my name is Charles-Jay (aka Charlie),

Adopted 9-22-19

Comes with Vet Care Support for Life

Dad was my best friend. I was his devoted Red Heeler. I loved living with him and Mom, and cats and dogs for 11 years. Since Dad died, Mom has to downsize and move. Mom says I’m extraordinary. When I’m told, “Charles-Jay, take care of…” I understand and know what to do. Sissie brought home 3 Husky puppies. Mom told me, “Take care of those pups,” and I did. She said I raised them. Dad once instructed, “Take care of Skyler,” and I wound up saving my Rottie brother from a rattlesnake. I saw it and herded Skyler to the porch. Then I barked my head off until Dad came. I was dubbed a hero, but I was just doing my job. I’ll do the same for you and even come with vet care support for life!

Arrived 9-11-19

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Hi… my name is Buddy,

Adopted by Rescue A Golden 9-22-19

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 9-11-19

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Hi… my name is Nala,

Adopted with Nellie 1-11-20

Comes with Vet Care Support for Life if adopted with Nellie.

I am a female fun-loving and good-natured heeler mix. I get along with everyone: kids, teenagers, adults, other dogs, and my people said that I was really gentle with the baby. When they could no longer care for me and my friend Nellie, they brought us here and told everyone what a sweet and smart dog I am: I know sit, stop and get down, and I was always good at home, even when left alone. Just be ready for when you come back: I will shower you with love! I like walks, belly rubs, ear scratches, and I like Nellie. If someone will adopt us together, TALGV will provide Vet Care Support for Life. Can you come to meet us real soon?

 

Arrived 9-2-19

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Hi… my name is Kimber,

Adopted 9-26-19

I might be an Aussie Cattle Dog, but folks say I’m pretty as a fox. My coat is red, my body lean, and just look at my face: I’m one foxy lady! I’m shy and a little wary but not sly or contrary. I was found limping along the highway with a bad leg. TALGV discovered that I’d had surgery to repair a fracture, and now I can follow doctor’s orders to get my rest. But that doesn’t stop me from enjoying my walks. I’m good on leash and don’t bark at other dogs. With all I’ve been through in my young life, you can understand my initial shyness. Once I get to know you, you’ll see my tail wagging, my eyes gazing up at you, and hear my heart asking, “Can I come home with you?”

Arrived 8-15-19

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Ben

Hi… my name is Ben,

Adopted 12-21-19

I had a comfy home with a person who loved me. Every dog’s dream, right? Especially for me because I’m deaf, so I was lucky to be with a person who knows that deaf dogs can be fun, loving companions just like hearing dogs; we’re not harder, just different. But then my person moved to a ranch and she worried about me in those wide open spaces. So she brought me here, with many important messages. For instance, she said I was housetrained, liked to play with larger dogs, okay with cats, (not okay with chickens), and good with all the kids who visited our home. I’m a 6-year-old, 44-pound Red Heeler, leash-trained, happy, energetic and friendly. I understand hand commands, and if you say I can be yours, I’ll hear you with my heart.

Arrived 7-23-19

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