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!
Odie is mellow and affectionate...A very handsome guy! He was running with a pack of dogs on the reservation, but wanted a better life. He enjoys playing with toys. At 8 years old, he weighs about 55 lbs. He is hoping to find his family soon so he can have a chance at a loyal companionship with them. He must have a fenced yard and must be kept on a leash when outside of his yard. Odie also has some contact allergies, which have been managed with periodic medication. Schedule to come play with him in Annie's play yard!
Tyson is a German Terrier with all the traits true of this breed. He will need a job, lots of exercise and an owner with a high degree of skill in handling a dog with lots of "pluck." Tyson is dog-aggressive/not good with most dogs (a few exceptions apply). He is between 3 1/2 and 4 years old and came from a high-kill, out-of-state shelter. Tyson will require a fence. His brother is Eddie, who can also be viewed on this site.
Eddie is a German Terrier with all the traits true of this breed. He will need a job, lots of exercise and an owner with a high degree of skill in handling a dog with lots of "pluck." Eddie has made some amazing turn-arounds; whereas, he was quite dog-aggressive for quite some time after his arrival, he has become more and more friendly with an increasing number of dogs, even showing partiality to large-sized puppies that have been kenneled next to him. He is between 3 1/2 and 4 years old and came from a high-kill, out-of-state shelter. Eddie will require a fence. His brother is Tyson, who can also be viewed on this site.
This little girl came to the shelter with her sister, Lucy Ann, and the two share a similar personality. Ellie Mae is 8 years old, walks very well on leash and will make a great companion. She remains quite calm and is easy to direct. She is waiting for her special home and would do best in a home without other dogs, cats or children. Ellie Mae loves playing and will throw her toy repeatedly into the air, then chase it down. It is hysterical to watch her having so much fun!! Schedule to come out and play with her and see if your home is the perfect fit.
KUMA IS A NEW ADDITION AT ANNIE'S ORPHANS. THE FOLLOWING IS INFORMATION PROVIDED TO US ABOUT HER: Kuma is 12-13 years old, weighs approximately 45-50 lbs. We're told that she is a Collie/Shar Pei mix, but as far as looks go, she has the appearance of a Chow mix. She is a sweet dog, reportedly good with older kids, likes to be loved on but then goes off by herself. An alpha dog, so probably best as an only dog.
Her owner died recently and her best dog-friend was adopted out. Kuma is needing someone to form a new relationship with. She is reported to be solidly housetrained, but is used to being let in and out/not trained to a doggy door.
Kuma has what is referred to as "collie nose," an autoimmune issue leading to loss of pigmentation of the nose and eroding of the skin on the nose. This condition is aggravated by UV rays.
Hope is an owner-surrendered female of 6 to 7 years of age. While she came from a home with other dogs, she seems to work best within a single-dog household. She has a history of being fine with cats, but needs to go to a home with no small children. Hope is very engaging with adults.
Lacey is a strikingly attractive and muscular girl. She is an owner-surrender, coming from the home of an older woman who couldn't care for her. She is obedient, housetrained and up to date on shots. She walks well on leash and is very affectionate with people. Lacey is between 6 and 7 years old. She will do well with an athletic individual who is also dog-savvy and will respect the fact that she doesn't do well with other dogs.