Kiki (her nickname) is affectionate, loves lap-time and knows how to wave and smile on command! Thanks to a kind sponsor, Kiara had a complete dental, and she has lost some weight since the time of this picture. Although she was reported to have had mini-seizures in the past, ZERO have been observed in the months since her surrender to us. Kiara is 12 years old, house-trained and eager to find her new home!
This lady is exceedingly loving and happy-go-lucky! She came to us from a high-kill, out-of-state shelter and is happy to have the opportunity to play with all her new doggy friends here at the shelter. She's even more excited about the possibility of finding an always-companion that she can go home with! Roo is about 1 year old.
Sammy is a 5 year old, very shy, one-person dog. She would be excellent for a single-person household. She requires a lot of exercise and must have a fenced yard accessible from the door of her new home. She tends to be dominant with other dogs, but can get along with them. Sammy came to our shelter from a rescue in Dulce.
This is one dog who can win hearts with his searching eyes and inviting expression! Doogan is an adult, male, short-haired mix who came from a local reservation. He loves to play with his toys and carries them around waiting for someone to join in the game. He is approx. 45 lbs. He does have some facial scars from a rough past, but wants to put it all behind and start anew! He is very athletic and attentive to direction. He loves other dogs too! We believe he will make a loving and loyal addition to your family! He has a preference for women.
Sol is yet another sweet soul looking for a better life. He was left by his owner and is beginning his search for a secure and loving home. He is reported to be great with children and with other dogs. He is a beauty who loves to greet people with a shake. Expert opinion is that Sol is about 1 year of age. He is currently being fostered and is described by his foster mom as " the most fabulous dog -- sweet, loving and friendly." Sol has been house-trained by his foster-mother.
Our own little version of "Alf," Cinnamon is an adorable girl with very interesting coloration. She is referred to as "wild boar" in color, with a wide black stripe down her back accenting body coloration similar to a Weimaraner's. This little girl is an owner surrender, just had a full dental and is scheduled to be spayed soon. She is a sensitive, little being and is afraid of small children -- so her adoptive home needs to have no young kids. Cinnamon is 4 years old. Contact us about this little cutie!
Rowdy is a 5 year old owner-surrender who had some initial difficulties transitioning to a return to kennel-life. He has, under our care, made remarkable shifts and is now walking on leash, is not nearly as shy and is, in general, a more confident and engaging guy. He will require a large yard and continued gentle approaches to training.
Shorty is a 13 year old who just recently lost his owner. He was transferred from an in-state shelter and is neutered, up-to-date on vaccinations and microchipped. Thanks to a kind sponsor, Shorty has just received comprehensive dental care. Since he arrived here, his personality has undergone a radical, welcomed change. He is, now, a very active senior with lots of cute spunk and a few opinions that he will give voice to if you didn't hear him the first time!
This unique fellow is friendly and welcoming, despite his past experiences. He came to Annie's from a rescue in Dulce and, most likely, lost one of his legs to a steel trap at a certain point in his youth. This does not hold him back in any way! Luca is approximately 6 years old and is pretty good with most dogs. He is a Husky/Coyote mix. Because of his breeding and his drive to chase, no kids, no cats and no small dogs. He is so excited to visit, play and walk with the people he loves.
Sam is a large, ginger-colored, 9 year old, Chihuahua boy. He and his friend, Pam, needed placement when their aging companions moved into assisted living, and Annie's was called since the family hoped to avoid any risk that the beloved pets might be euthanized. While a tad stand-offish initially, Sam is very friendly/sweet and listens well. He has slimmed down since his arrival here and weighs in at 16 lbs now (Yes, BIG for a Chihuahua). While he lived for years as a housetrained pet, Sam will need someone with time and patience to give him a "refresher course" on the subject, since he has been kenneled at Annie's Orphans for some time now. He will be happiest placed in a home with a gentle, small, female dog. He loves playing the role of "big brother." Sam is already microchipped.