Tucson adoptable pets – Australian Shepherd mix, cats, Pointer mix, puppy powerby Karyn Zoldan on Mar. 01, 2012, under Adopt Me! Adopt Me! Adopt Me!, Cats Meow, Feline Fun, Dogs, Canines, Fun with Fido, Barking Encouraged
On the first and third week 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. Do not send word documents with photos imbedded in them. Write the info in the body of an email and send images separately in jpg or gif format less than 400 KB. The offer applies to rescue groups in So. Arizona. Please send to firstname.lastname@example.org
Hardy – #713082 – 4 Years Old – Australian Shepherd Mix – Male
Handsome Hardy just wants to be with you. Surrendered for desperately trying to get inside, Hardy needs an indoor lifestyle where he can spend quality time with his favorite people. A terrifically well-adjusted companion, Hardy has experience with older kids, dogs and even cats. He is courteous, house trained and excellent on a leash. If you could give this affectionate Aussie the chance to be a central part of your family, please visit him today at the Humane Society of Southern Arizona.
Bailey – #716075 – 2 Years Old – Domestic Short Hair – Male
Bailey is having a bit of an identity crisis. He used to be a feral cat but recently discovered that humans make terrific friends. Saved from the streets when a kind animal lover saw him limping around with an injured paw, Bailey was fixed up at the Humane Society and let everyone know that he would prefer to be a pampered lap cat instead of a lone ranger. When you first greet Bailey, he will immediately impress you by climbing on your shoulders, brushing his cheeks against yours and gently making happy paws while filling your ears with a soothing purr. How he ever managed without his very own human is an utter mystery. But whoever takes this delightful boy home will have a fluffy shadow following them around for many years to come. Won’t you offer Bailey the plush indoor life of his dreams? Visit him today at the Humane Society of Southern Arizona!
WEE CARE COMPANION ANIMAL SHELTER
Yuna is a very pretty 2 yr. old tortoise shell female who was taken from PACC in July. She is spayed, indoor-litter trained and up to date with her shots. Yuna is pretty capable of having fun, she can cackle to birds, and open cabinets. Once she knows you, she likes to be petted. She is looking for a charming a new owner to give her a chance. Could it be you?
Wee Care Companion Animal Shelter is a new shelter which provides temporary, long and short term shelter and care and, at times, provides foster placement for those companion animals not yet ready for adoption. As adoption partners with Pima Animal Care Center, Wee Care Animal Shelter provides some relief to the many thousands of animals euthanized because of lack of space. Marina Paredes, Wee Care Companion Animal Shelter, (520) 292-0270 (unable to save the image as jpeg)
Yin is a 10 mos. old Pointer mix. She gets along well with other dogs and cats (stays clear of the cats). She loves her walks and needs some guidance to grow into a confident dog. She is house trained and eats and sleeps in a crate. She is gentle with children, spayed, healthy, micro-chipped, and up to date on vaccines. Includes one free visit with behaviorist. Is there a yang out there for this Yin?
Sonny is a fun-loving very active 8 month 35 pound Terrier mix puppy. Enjoys playing with other dogs, and his toys, likes the water, he is crate trained, do not know about cats or kids. Suggest he goes to a family with older kids as he is very hyper. Would love a jogging/walking buddy, going to doggie park. Sonny is looking for a family that can be active with him. He loves to be near you his people and knows some basic commands. Sonny will be at the Arizona Animal Fair this Saturday and he’s looking forward to meeting you at the Cold Wet Noses tent.