Animal League News

Hi… my name is Allie,

Adopted 6-9-17

I am a beautiful, social, and sweet 4-year-old, 49-pound yellow Lab mix who needs a new home. My mom died and dad can no longer care for me. My rescuer said: “Allie is obedience trained and knows well: sit, shake, down-roll, speak, no. She is good with new people and gets along with children, but we believe she should be an only dog; cats are unknown. She is housebroken and is used to a doggie door. Allie is very calm and affectionate, loves to take long walks, and used to sleep with owner.” Please come to meet me; I’m sure we will become close friends.

Arrived 5-30-17

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Hi… my name is Brady,

Right before being rescued, I was almost hit by a car. Needless to say, the kind person who helped me out that day received a super-sized thank-you from me! And then I was happy to come here, where people are friendly and fun. That’s what I had in mind when I was lost and searching—active people who enjoy exercise and energetic playtime, along with a loyal companionship that lasts forever. I’m a young yellow Lab male,  about 73 pounds, with a whole lot of living to do. I know what it is to be a stray dog—without a home or anyone who loves you especially, but the good life is out there, too. Won’t you let me be your lively, devoted buddy—the one who thinks you’re the greatest!

Arrived 5-17-17

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Hi… my name is Earth.

Adopted July 18, 2015

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 July 11, 2015

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Hi… my name is Wind.

Adopted July 18, 2015

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 July 11, 2015

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Hi… my name is Goldie.

Adopted May 8, 2015

I guess there’s really not a while lot I need say about myself except that I’m a yellow Lab lady and just that will doubtless tell you more about my personality than mere words! I was found sitting in a cage outside TALGV with my leash in my mouth and a bowl of food next to me (that just was a subtle hint that first, I wanted out, and second, maybe a long walk was needed — and happily I didn’t have to wait too long!). I’m a very happy dog, who seems to have been well cared for (I weigh 77 pounds — no food rationing in my life!), and I was obviously once well loved, so it would be great if that happened again for me, and soon!

Arrived April 28, 2015

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Hi… my name is Budger.

Adopted April 18, 2016

After being rescued from a motel room (it’s a long story), I’m super grateful to those helping me find my forever home. One is my wonderful foster mom. She understands I’m so shy that sometimes I can’t be friendly with new people. But once I get to know you, she says, I’m a “Major Snuggle Bunny!” She’s shown me the joys of living in a home, and praised me for learning house manners so quickly. I’m getting REAL good at meeting new dogs, being sociable, and learning to become comfortable with new people.  I don’t “do” cats well, but with people I know, I’m a lovable, sweet boy; a 70-pound, yellow Lab/Staffie mix who’d love to get to know you. If you feel the same, TALGV will call Foster Mom and we’ll meet soon!

Arrived April 3, 2014.

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Hi… my name is Clyde.

I was adopted on April 18, 2014.

A couple found me a while back and although I was microchipped (someone cared about me once it appears!), they couldn’t track down my owner, so they had planned to keep me. Unfortunately, I didn’t get along with their male dogs (or their cats either, truth to say), so they felt that I needed a home where I was the only canine (or at least the only male). They did say that I was an “excellent dog,” am housebroken, walk well on a leash, and enjoy human companionship more than anything. I’m a young and handsome mix of yellow Lab and shepherd, and although I’ve not had any formal training, I think it would be fun to learn a whole bunch of new stuff with my next family. When the thought of adding a big, strapping guy to your world pops up, I’m hoping you’ll give me a look.

 

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