Courtesy Postings

Following, are dogs we’ve been asked to post. Each is in need of a new, loving home. Because these dogs are not on location at Annie’s Orphans, we are describing them as they’ve been described to us. Individual contact information is provided for each pet.

 
 
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Aspen

Aspen is a courtesy posting and, as such, is not on-site and is represented as described to us. Please contact the number at the end of the bio for more info: Aspen, a female Siberian Husky, is approximately 10 years old. She was a rescue from Las Cruces, NM, and has been in Albuquerque with the same family for 9 years. As her current family has had some children, it's become apparent that Aspen is not good around toddlers and will snap at and act aggressively if her tail is touched. Aspen is a high energy dog that loves to go on walks. She would do best in an active family, as an only dog in a household with no small children. Aspen needs a fenced yard and walks on leash. For more information, please call: 505-206-8442.

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Sex: Female

Age: Senior

Adoption Status: Adoptable

 
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Bailey

As a courtesy posting, Bailey is not on-site at Annie's Orphans and is represented as described: Owners adopted Bailey from a shelter about 2 years ago. She had been there for about 6-8 months before adoption and is believed to be about 5.5 years old now. She is a lab mix. She is full of energy and awesome to take on runs/bike rides! Bailey absolutely loves the family's other dog, but can be aggressive towards other, unfamiliar dogs. She is the type of dog who would be great on a big farm, so she could run all day! She is also very loving and enjoys cuddling up on the couch with you. It was stated that, prior to rescue, she had likely spent most of her early life tied up to a tree. She is GREAT with people, including small kids. She is a good dog in the car on road-trips, sleeps in the bedroom at night, and will definitely make herself at home on your couch. Bailey does not chew on things or destroy shoes- for all you ladies out there. We think she may have developed a sort of separation anxiety, so it would be best if you could take her to work each day, take her on walks more frequently to burn a little energy, or were at home more often during the day to be with her. She definitely has her quirks, but is a very sweet dog! We are looking to re-home her to an individual or family who is able to spend more time with her in general. Bailey is crate-trained and fully house-trained. Contact 205-410-4880 with questions or to meet Bailey .

more about Bailey

Sex: Female

Age: Adult

Adoption Status: Adoptable

 
 
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Belle

As a courtesy posting, Belle is not on-site at Annie's Orphans and is represented as given: Owners believe Belle to be an American Bulldog mix. As the family has grown, they're hoping to find a home that can offer Belle the time and attention she needs. She is great with kids of all ages and has been a part of a family for the last 7 years. She is not good with other dogs and should be in a one-pet household. She is house trained - she spends 95% of her time inside and doesn't have accidents or chew on furniture. Belle is spayed, heart worm negative and on preventative, and is up to date on all vaccinations, with vet records available. She loves to go on walks, lay in your lap when you're on the floor, isn't food aggressive, doesn't overeat (she doesn't eat food as soon as it hits the bowl...she takes her time), loves to ride in the car and go on road trips (she's driven Houston to Durango to Houston 8 times), doesn't bark inside the house very much, loves kids and loves to swim (pool, river, lake, etc), loves to walk around during parties and socialize and doesn't dig. Belle weighs around 45 lbs and is an amazing girl. Contact 713.480.4088.

more about Belle

Sex: Female

Age: Adult

Adoption Status: Adoptable

 

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