Tucson Adopt-able Dogs-Fox Terrier, Chihuahua, Greyhound/Lab, Greyhoundby Karyn Zoldan on May. 04, 2011, under Adopt Me! Adopt Me! Adopt Me!, Dogs, Canines, Fun with Fido, Barking Encouraged, Greyhounds
On the first and third Wednesdays of every month, Tucson Tails blog will host some local adoptable pets in need of forever homes. To be considered for inclusion, send info by Tuesday at 3 p.m. The offer applies to rescue groups in So. Arizona. Please send to email@example.com
Humane Society of So. AZ
Update – Happy Ending – Delaney & Katie were adopted together by a nurse at an assisted living community and are now brightening so many people’s lives. They are certainly enjoying the good life.
6 Years Old – Fox Terrier Mix – Male
Katie – 688349
9 Years Old – Chihuahua Mix – Female
Delaney and Katie are perfectly normal, healthy dogs just constantly joined at the hip. These good friends have been through everything together, including the recent passing of their beloved owner. Delaney and Katie comfort each other with reassuring nuzzles and now look forward to their next big adventure with you. Although they have quickly made friends with everyone at the Humane Society of Southern Arizona, Katie and Delaney have yet to find their perfect family.
That may come as a surprise, since these wonderful little dogs have so much love to give and ask so little in return. They just want kindness, patience, a soft bed, and daily pats on the head. If you could give two very appreciative, mellow and well-mannered senior dogs the love and dignity they deserve in their golden years, please consider adopting Katie and Delaney soon from the Humane Society.
You can meet them at the HSSAZ’s adoption center and retail store – Pawsh — located on the second floor above Crate & Barrel at La Encantada Shopping Center. Add a 2 for 1 adoption fee and get twice the love.
Arizona Greyhound Rescue
Ripple is another golden girlwho at 7 1/2 is self-assured and quietly assertive. She’s inquisitive but not destructive. A former brood mama Ripple craves affection and physical contact. She would well as an only dog if the adopter is home most of the time or in a home with another large dog.
Honey is a Greyhound/Lab mix who enjoys the companionship of people and other dogs. She is a healthy, assertive dog who shows no fear of loud noises. She won’t allow other dogs to push her around but she is not aggressive. Honey needs a block wall or secure rock-fence base to keep her in the yard and prevent her from rearranging the landscaping to create an escape route. She loves car rides, walks, and the dog park; barks very little and is house trained. Life is sweet; get more Honey.
View the website to check out available greyhounds
You can view the adoptable dogs on April 19 here.