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Luke

Luke
Luke is 1 year old and is receiving socialization and training. He is dog-friendly, and applied behavioral training and gentle handling have helped him diminish his wariness of men. While a bit on the submissive side, this, too, is responding well to training. Luke has a hip-socket issue, and assessment of his x-rays concluded that surgery is not necessary right now and likely will not be for years, but as he advances in age, intervention may be necessary. Interested parties should know that Luke is not the choice for a running partner or super-athlete.
Age: 
Puppy
Size: 
Medium
Adoption Status: 
Adoptable

Micah

Micah
This little girl is a 4 year old Italian Greyhound/Chihuahua mix. Her breed blend equates to a nice combination of qualities, and she is an attractive little dog. Micah enjoys playtime with people, but also loves cuddling and affection. She is blond with white markings and weighs around 10 to 12 pounds. Her body is built like an Italian Greyhound, so Micah is leggy and slender. She is crate-trained and has been using pee-pads, but will need focus on house-training. Micah is nervous around kids, so she will be adopted out to a household without small children. She is great with other dogs, particularly within her size-range.
Age: 
Adult
Size: 
Small
Adoption Status: 
Adoptable

Adopt a Senior - Annie & Squirt

Adopt a Senior - Annie & Squirt
Annie and Squirt have experienced some difficult life events of late: First, they lost their adoptive mom; then, their adoptive dad; during temporary placement in another home, the resident dog attacked ~~ so, these confused and sad little ladies are looking for a home TOGETHER that they can peacefully share with someone who loves them. They are around 8 or 9, and the most apt physical description is that they're cute, little butterballs. While they were trained to doggy-door, the recent transitions -- and absence of a doggy-door -- have led to house-training failures; they will need re-training in that area.
Age: 
Senior
Size: 
Small
Adoption Status: 
Adoptable

Seager

Seager
Seager came to us as a stray from Towaoc. He has been a part of our sanctuary and is, now, considered adoptable. He is, however, a shy guy and panics easily, leading him to be a flight-risk in certain circumstances; therefore, he will need handling in keeping with that -- meaning, a secure yard and excursions only on harness/leash. Seager is around 7 years old.
Age: 
Adult
Size: 
Medium
Adoption Status: 
Adoptable

Angela

Angela
Angela is a Heeler mix (probably, either Kelpie or Carolina Dog), approximately 3 years old, and came as a transfer from Tijuana. She is ginger colored, with a black saddle and muzzle. She is on the small side, and is fully vetted/negative on heart worm. Angela is great with dogs/kids/folks. She is easy on the leash, very responsive, and will make someone a fabulous companion.
Age: 
Adult
Size: 
Medium
Adoption Status: 
Adoptable

ADOPT A SENIOR - Doogan

ADOPT A SENIOR - Doogan
Everyone always smiles when they see Doogan, because he carries his toys around in his mouth, just vibing out an invitation to play or visit. For all his winning charms, Doogan is another AO dog who has been here an inexplicably long time. Still, this is one dog who can capture hearts with his searching eyes and inviting expression! Doogan is a broad-headed, short-haired mix who came from a local reservation. He is approx. 45 lbs and 10 years old. Doogan has some facial scars from a rough past, but has left all that behind! He has a preference for a female owner, loves other dogs (No cats) and is attentive to direction. We believe he will make a loving and loyal addition to your family!
Age: 
Senior
Size: 
Medium
Adoption Status: 
Adoptable

ADOPT A SENIOR - Odie

ADOPT A SENIOR - Odie
Odie is just the coolest boy -- mellow and affectionate. He is another one of our dogs who has been here far too long! In his young, rebellious years, he "ran with the gang," but that was then, this is now. He is an older guy -- 12 years old -- and weighs about 55 lbs. He must have a fenced yard and has to be kept on a leash when walked outside of his yard. As an older fellow, he now has arthritis, but it doesn't affect his sunny outlook. He enjoys people and would love a permanent placement for the remainder of his days.
Age: 
Senior
Size: 
Medium
Adoption Status: 
Adoptable
Pet Details: 
No Cats

ADOPT A SENIOR - Peanut

ADOPT A SENIOR - Peanut
The world is a bit insane, when a dog with this kind of beauty, sweetness and heart remains unadopted! Peanut is AWESOME -- muscularly built, friendly with people, gorgeous and loving. She weighs about 65 lbs and loves romping and cuddling. Peanut needs activity on leash and a secure yard. In the past, she has been known to escape her yard a time or two to go exploring. That was a long time ago, so who knows now, but she has not made such attempts to leave her yard while living at the shelter where she currently resides. She does fine with dogs during casual encounters, but will not share a home with them, so she needs to be a solo pet. She is about 9 years old, with too much of that time being without the companion she wants and deserves. Peanut would probably do well with older kids (Because of her energy level and size, she's likely not a good match for young children). Come check out this amazing dog and you'll find this description to be true -- SHE'S ALL THAT!
Age: 
Senior
Size: 
Large
Adoption Status: 
Adoptable
Pet Details: 
No Cats

Breezy

Breezy
Breezy bonds quickly and securely and seems to choose one individual as the focus of his world. He has a sweet nature and a delicate build. His coat is very light and short, so sunning will need to be minimized. At 8 months old, Breezy has little experience with the basics of house-training, so will require a strict schedule and patient but "dogged" guidance. Still, he is an adorable, very small boy who is hoping for that special someone to come along and do a walk through life with him!

Nini

Nini
This precious little one is a happy, personable, enthusiastic being, despite her difficulties up to now. Nini (formerly labeled Theresa) is truly ready for some sweetness in life, having been seized from a hoarding situation along with several others who found their way to Annie's Orphans. Like the other dogs, she was malnourished and so matted that her coat had to be shaved down. She was also treated for bilateral ear infection. It's believed that Nini was kept crated for much of her life which, with poor nutritional status, contributed to little muscle mass. Upon arrival, she used her rear, right leg very little and seemed unable to support much weight on it. The professional belief was that she had patellar subluxation. However, with a few weeks of good nutrition and increased ability to exercise, she has made a remarkable turnaround. She is now exhibiting boundless energy and is using all fours smoothly with very little favoring noticed, and that being sporadic. We are looking for the perfect lifetime companion(s) for Nini. She is attentive and loves people and enjoys being given love and attention. She also likes dogs, but is a dominant girl with a high play need and is food-protective with other dogs (probably a result of having to vie for meals). A home without small children is being sought, since Nini weighs less than 7 pounds and has a delicate frame. She is believed to be 1 1/2 years old.
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