This red heeler mix was brought in with her friend, Twilight -- who has found her permanent home through us. The two of them walked into a remote hunting camp, gaunt and hungry; however, they appeared to have had nice handling, as both were friendly and more submissive in personality. Zia is smallish, but stocky, at around 30 pounds. It is estimated that she is just over a year old. It has been reported to us that she loves kids!
Australian Cattle Dog (Blue Heeler)
3 female pups and 3 male babies were born to Zia shortly after her rescue. 2 black females remain unspoken for, and they are 5 months old now. They are full of puppy spirit and ready for someone with whom to create a life!
This affectionate, able-bodied 12-year-old is such a love. She is not a big dog (about 40 lbs) but what she lacks in size she makes up for in energy and enthusiasm. She enjoys walks, and is still high-energy for a older lady. Her sibling is Quigley, also on this site. She is very dog aggressive and needs to be an only dog with a fenced yard and on leash when not in her yard...No dog-park visits for her. With these guidelines, McKenna will be your most loyal companion!
Anasazi was found on the Navajo Reservation fending for herself. She is approximately 30 lbs; so she's on the small side, but this little girl is very athletic and active. She loves the water!!! She is looking for just the right person with whom to create a new life!
This is Quigley. He is a sweet and mellow man, around 12 yrs old and 70 lbs. He doesn't care to be around other dogs or kids, in general, and he has a vertebral injury to the neck that requires a slower pace. Other than that, Quigley is so affectionate and loving to be around. On leash, he walks like an angel. He would be so happy just to hang around with you on the porch, go for strolls or watch TV together. He's very easy going. Schedule to see him soon!
Unbelievably, this boy is STILL with us! Sweet Eddie is ALL THAT! He is a 1 year old, blue tri-color, heeler-mix, house-trained and adorable, hosting a fabulous personality. He came to us as an out-of-state transfer when his time was up at the previous shelter. While several people have shown great interest in Eddie, he is still eagerly awaiting his life-time companion!