(just west of Durango)
For more information contact:
Annie Lamb (702) 525-4707
Alison Welch (702) 485-9914
The Animal Network is hosting adoption events every Sunday afternoon between 12:00 - 3:00 PM. Come meet your next 4 legged family member at the Petco located at:
8495 West Warm Springs Las Vegas Nevada
(just west of Durango)
Here are just some of the dogs currently waiting for you to come meet and greet, fall in love, and take them home!
Visit this PetFinder link to learn more about these and some of the other available dogs: www.petfinder.com/shelters/NV163.html
For more information contact:
Annie Lamb (702) 525-4707
Alison Welch (702) 485-9914
Information and pictures courtesy of Pawsibilities of Missouri
Meet Lucky. His rescue and foster family nicknamed him "the perfect'dog.' He is a large, male, neutered Lab mix. He is one of the 10 Adoptable Dogs in Blue Springs, Mo who is desperately looking for a home.
Hmmmm - so why is he so perfect. Well let's see. He's housebroken, obedient, gets along great with kids, dogs and cats, and is said to happily adapt to any situation. That means if you bring him home and pay a bit of attention to him he will probably be perfectly happy to be there. He is unlikely to go through much of the stress and confusion that some newly adopted pets go through. Can I guarantee that - NO - but chance are good. And even if he's just a little nervous for a day or two, he will settle in nicely.
What else might you like to know. Well, is very sweet and playful and loves car rides. He is current on all vaccinations, neutered, and currently on heartworm and flea preventative and is even micro-chipped. He has been fostered with 2 young kids and several dogs and has been fantastic! A foster favorite for sure!
If you are interested in learning more about Lucky please attend the
Blue Springs PetCo Adoption Event on Saturday, Feb 04 or
contact Pawsibilities at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Information courtesy of The Animal Foundation
Looking for a new pet? Adopt - don't shop!!! The Animal Foundation has hundreds of dogs looking for new homes. Stop by - one of them is sure to choose you!
Here are just a few.
This Sunday, January 29, 2012 the Animal Foundation will host an adoption event at Tivoli Village between 11:00 AM and 2:00 PM. These adoptable dogs will be located outside of the Dog House and Land Rover store.
The dogs are coming out of their kennels and heading to Tivoli Village in search of new homes. Join us at The Dog House and Land Rover store locations to meet your new best friend. All dogs are already spayed/neutered, microchipped and vaccinated, and will be sent home with a starter bag of pet food and a voucher for a complimentary wellness exam.
Not in the market for a new family member? That’s ok! Stop by to learn about The Animal Foundation and get your free Jamba Juice or Coffee Bean gift certificate!
If you’d like to preview some of the adoptable dogs visit The Animal Foundation website or click on the slie show in this article.
Not all dogs seen in these pictures will be available at the adoption event. So if you see one that’s calling you call (702) 384-3333 Ext: 131 or visit the Animal Foundation at 655 North Mojave Road, Las Vegas, NV.
Tivoli Village is located at:
440 South Rampart
Las Vegas, NV 89145
The following description was submitted by Ellie’s current owner.
Ellie is a pedigreed, spayed, female Cairn Terrier who is looking for a new home. She will be three years old on February 07, 2012. Her owner can no longer care for her simply due to a change in his living situation. She is currently located in Huntington Beach, CA but transport may be possible.
Ellie is potty trained. She stays in her crate while I'm away at work or school. At night she sleeps with me on my bed or in her own little bed. She is playful and good with small dogs and/or dogs with a calmer energy (she is a high energy dog).
She was bitten by a larger dog this past October so she is anxious around larger aggressive dogs. I use a Thundershirt to help with her anxiety. Since her attack we have continued to go to the dog beach on the weekends where she can socialize with other dogs and chase sea gulls. I can't let her off the leash as she does not come back, although it is easier to put her leash back on when we're at the dog park or in a small yard.
Ellie does not like certain sounds for some reason (I noticed that it started after the attack): skateboards, razor scooters (she calms down when kids stop riding to pet her), cars driving by when it's raining, and the vacuum cleaner.
She loves to play with kids. She likes to play fetch inside the house (soft toys and balls). She also likes to chase empty soda bottles on the floor. Ellie is a bit of a barker when she hears noises outside the apartment (generally when I'm home with her.) She does not bark at night or when I'm away at work. If she does bark at night, it's usually because she's anxious and when I put the Thundershirt on her, she mellows out.
Ellie is a great companion and I'm deeply saddened that I'm in a situation where I have to find another home for her. I would like the lucky family who adopts her to know that if ever at some point they cannot keep her themselves, to please contact me right away and I will gladly try to either find another home or if I'm in a better place I can keep her.
If you are interested in adopting Ellie please call Sunil at 949-922-1683 or email email@example.com
At least I think I'm a Chug. But you can look through all the Pug Mixes and decide for yourself.
Hi, I'm Junebug. I'm an adorable and super sweet small pug mix (we think I am mixed with chihuahua, making me a "Chug.") I'm only about two years old and I'm looking for the right home. I'm very very scared of men, so I would prefer a female only home. I also like to be the queen bee of the house, so while I'd do ok with a laid back male dog, I'd prefer being the only child. I'm located in the Las Vegas, NV area.
For more information on how to adopt Junebug, please visit www.rescuepugs.com, call 702-883-0740, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
All of these beautiful 1 and 2 month old puppies are scheduled to be euthanized tomorrow. How can we let this happen? They shouldn't even have been taken from their litters yet. And they should have a chance to have a life.
They are all located at the Columbus, GA Animal Control. Adoption fees range from $25.00 to $75.00 for puppies which includes spay / neuter and micro chipping.
Licensed rescues can pull for free.
Can we save these babies.
Please click on each photo for the details about each puppy.
Foster the Dog' become 'a foster dog.' He is an 8 year old purebred, neutered, Jack Russell Terrier who has come available for adoption due to the illness of his owner. He is currently located in Marietta, GA.Yes - his name is Foster. Ironic for a dog looking for a new home. So we can't let '
Unfortunately the health issues of the owner resulted in some health issues for Foster since, of late, he was not well cared for. He is currently being treated for fleas, worms and whipworm. He has also had to have his vaccines postponed as he is under weight and was suffering from dehydration and skin irritations. He is currently being treated with benedryl for the skin issues and trifexis for the whipworms. This treatment will need to be continued for about 2 more months but has been funded by his current caregiver. And although he is still a bit thin he is gaining weight and has plenty of energy and love to give. So his prognosis is that he should return to being a perfectly healthy senior JRT in the very near future. It is my understanding that over the next few days he will be well enough to have his nails clipped, get a bath and even have his teeth cleaned.
And Foster has a guardian angel in the form of his current caretaker who, in addition to funding his medical treatment, will help Foster's new adoptive family with other expenses such as a bed, bowls, a crate, etc.
His current caretaker reports the following about his personality and temperament:
If you are interested in Foster please contact me at AllDogsWelcome@gmx.com for more information.
If you cannot adopt Foster but wish to help him out just click the 'Tweet' and 'Like' buttons below to let more people know about Foster and his story.
Scout is a senior dog in need of a new forever home. He is currently being cared for by the mother of the original owner. However she is a single woman working two jobs and cannot be there to care for the dog. This is what she's told me about him.
Scout is 10 years old, about 90 pounds and appears to be a Pointer / Lab mix. I happen to think his face is ADORABLE - just look at that first picture. He was originally adopted from from Kay's Animal Shelter at the ripe old age of 6 weeks and has been owned by the same family ever since. Scout currently resides in Buffalo Grove, Illinois but his caregiver is willing to travel to the surrounding states if you are interested in adopting him. There is no fee required to adopting this great pet.
Nancy has stated that he's a loving dog, in good health and is a real 'people person' who just happens to believe he's a little lap dog. As a senior citizen Scout is lively and responsive to his people. But he has no desire to fetch a ball or chase a frisbee. He's content with a couple of good walks each day and snuggling at your side when you are relaxing. He's good with strangers and with other dogs. However he has displayed some food aggression if another dog is around. This is an issue that can be addressed, but Scout would also be happy to be your only furry child. He will bark at the sound of the doorbell but will not jump on people when you open the door. In fact this little gentleman attended training school in his youth and is quite well behaved.
If you are interested in learning more about Scout or can help in any way please contact me at AllDogsWelcome@gmx.com and I will put you in touch with his current caregiver.
UPDATE: As of 12/13/2011 Scout is still looking for a home. His caretaker reports that he has just been to the vet for a checkup where he received all his shots, had his ears cleaned, nails clipped, and dental work done. He was given a clean bill of health, had a bath and is looking even more handsome than in his picture above!
Merlin (aka Pom-Pom) is a Toy Poodle that really wants a forever home and a person to love. He is approximately 5 years old and this little fur ball weighs only about five pounds. But it's five pounds of pure love. I've had him in my home as a foster companion for 2 days now. But here's what I can already tell you about him.