Tucson Tails: Adoptable Black Dogs-part 4by Karyn Zoldan on May. 05, 2013, under Adopt Me! Adopt Me! Adopt Me!, Dogs, Canines, Fun with Fido, Barking Encouraged
This is the last in a series of adoptable black dogs in Tucson and Green Valley. Please share parts 1, 2, and 3. Let’s get these doggies adopted! Black dogs traditionally wait longer for their forever homes. Walk a black dog and you will look 10 pounds thinner!
Brooklyn is approx. 4 1/2 years old, house-trained, and uses a doggie door. She gets along with everyone (other dogs + kids) but not cats. When found she was severely malnourished but has regained her strength. Brooklyn is part Plott Hound because she greets people with a friendly howl. She is looking for love and will be your loyal companion. Rescue ID: A406980
Nafera is a beautiful 6-year-old girl who weighs in at a svelte 45 pounds. PACC identified her as an Australian Shepherd mix , but after getting a haircut, she looks more like a Labrador Retriever with beautiful golden eyes. She knows the doggy door, is housebroken, lives with other dogs in her foster home, walks well on leash. Nafera sometimes limps from arthritis but it doesn’t slow her down. Should be in a home with kids 10+ years old. If interested, please call foster mom, Becky, at 520-271-5821
Spirit is an almost 5 year old greyhound who is adapting to home life. She loves soft beds, quiet rooms, and squeaky toys. She uses a doggie door. She would do best in a home with other dogs (not small dogs). Her status with children is not known at this time but probably the older the better. How do retired racing greyhounds adapt to home life?
Dawn is a 5 to 6 year old mahogany Retriever/Chow mix who is friendly, walks pretty well on leash but will get better with more practice. She’s fluffy, weighs 40 pounds, and is pretty sure if she had a yard and some well behaved kids and/or another dog she will be come the loving companion she was meant to be. One thing is certain — she will be forever grateful for the opportunity.