Tucson Adopt-able Dogs – Heinz 57, Greyhound, Australian Cattle Dog Mixby Karyn Zoldan on May. 18, 2011, under Adopt Me! Adopt Me! Adopt Me!, Dogs, Canines, Fun with Fido, Barking Encouraged, Greyhounds, Horses, Hoofs, Goats, Pigs, Farm Animals
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 firstname.lastname@example.org
AZ Greyhound Rescue
Honey is not a greyhound/lab mix as previously stated. She’s more of a Heinz 57 who came to AGR by way of Dragoon. Honey is a 4 1/2 year old escape artist so her adopters will need a big tall block wall or high secure fence. She is good with people and other dogs, and cats with work. She’s the typical dog who loves car rides, walks, and the dog park, barks very little, and is house trained. If you don’t want a greyhound — Honey is the dog for you. Oh, she gives kisses too. Her adoption fee is greatly discounted to the right home.
Now we have a greyhound — the handsome 5 year old Clark is seeking a new home because of his owner’s serious health condition. Clark is a loving, well-behaved dog who is house trained, loves car rides, walks well on leash, and is good with other dogs, both big and small. He has never seen a cat, and is a little timid with small children on first meeting if they rush toward him. Clark only barks when he wants to go outside to relieve himself. Clark is healthy and all his shots are current. Clark has always lived with someone who is home most of the time, so he needs a new home where someone is around a lot. Clark would make the perfect fur companion for a first-time greyhound owner.
View the AGR available dogs here.
Humane Society So. AZ.
Ethel – Australian cattle dog mix
6 year old – 694360
A real people-pleaser, Ethel dives into friendships head-first and will no doubt be your instant, lifelong sidekick. Although she’s a terrific dog, Ethel hasn’t been feeling her best these days. And for good reason – Ethel was given up because her owner was sad. But Ethel is the happiest dog around! She will have you smiling and offering her unlimited belly rubs and back scratches. The ideal family dog, Ethel will do well in just about any home. Ethel enjoys the company of other dogs who know their boundaries and, when introduced to cats, Ethel ignored her completely. Now is the time to give this sweet, middle-aged gal the love she craves. Ethel comes with her own video. Who can resist her?
You can meet adoptable dogs posted previously here and learn the happy ending for Katie & Delaney.