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Wolfie

Wolfie
Wolfie was born at Annie's Orphans, to a pregnant mother who was accepted from an out-of-state shelter prior to being euthanized. He was adopted out as a baby along with his sister Bailey. He is 6 years old and was returned within the first year of his life for pack aggression toward another household pet. Additionally, Wolfie develops a strong bond with a person and has shown protective/guarding behaviors when other people approach the primary individual. Adoption is a possibility to only the right individual who has knowledge of the breed and of handling challenging behaviors in dogs.  The necessary living arrangement would include a quiet setting with a solo person.
Age: 
Adult
Size: 
Large
Adoption Status: 
Adoptable

Courtesy Posting - Aspen

Courtesy Posting - 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.
Age: 
Senior
Size: 
Large
Adoption Status: 
Adoptable

Sunshine

Sunshine
Sunshine is a wonderful family dog! She is about 4 years old and is a sweet, kid-friendly companion. She loves to run, swim, chase balls and retrieve sticks. Sunny does well with other, nonaggressive dogs. She is hyper upon first meeting, but settles in quickly. She does like to chase horses and deer and will need a fenced yard and leashed exercise. Sunny enjoys family activity and being in the great outdoors; she'll do best with an active individual or family. One thing that we've noted is that Sunny is not responding well to kennel-life; we truly hope she finds her person/family soon.
Age: 
Adult
Size: 
Large
Adoption Status: 
Adoptable

ADOPT A SENIOR - Odie

ADOPT A SENIOR - Odie
Odie is the "Steve McQueen" of dogs: just the coolest boy -- mellow and affectionate. Having boasted a scrappy, independent youth -- running as top-dog with the pack, while taking night-courses in How to Makes Ends Meet -- he has long-since seasoned into The Canine King of Cool. This chill, been-down-and-around, 12 year old would make an excellent addition to a laid-back household. While Odie enjoys his celebrity status at Annie's Orphans, he has a lot to offer and is looking to share his place in life's spotlight with an equally epic human! He must have a fenced yard and leashed walks. As an older fellow, he now has arthritis (and is on Rimadyl), but it doesn't affect his easy outlook. The only thing that ruffles Odie's feathers is the sound of thunder, although he is also not easy-going about cats. Collected with other dogs and excellent with people, Odie rocks!
Age: 
Senior
Size: 
Medium
Adoption Status: 
Adoptable
Pet Details: 
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Tyson

Tyson
Tyson is a German Terrier, with true-to-breed traits. He is very adoptable and likes kids -- but needs to be the only dog on the home-front, as he is aggressive with most dogs (a few exceptions apply). He will need a job and ample exercise, as well as a secure yard. Tyson is between 8 years old and came from a high-kill, out-of-state shelter.
Age: 
Adult
Size: 
Small
Adoption Status: 
Adoptable

Eddie

Eddie
Eddie is a German Terrier who is adoptable to the right person -- an individual with a lot of dog experience and training know-how. He has abundant energy that needs to be applied in a positive direction. He will require a secured, fenced yard and a home with no other pets, as he is unpredictable with other dogs. He can also be unpredictable with strangers. Eddie is 8 years old and came from a high-kill, out-of-state shelter. He has been treated for heart-worm disease and is clear to be adopted.
Age: 
Adult
Size: 
Small
Adoption Status: 
Adoptable

Adopt a Senior: Peanut

Adopt a Senior: Peanut
Peanut has had an interesting history with our shelter, in that -- after 3 adoptions -- she keeps coming back to be with us. She is, without question, an absolute favorite here...with staff, volunteers and visitors. This girl is smart, attentive, friendly, ready to entertain...just a happy, engaging girl. She will be an exceptional companion in the right home: This means a household with no other dogs, no cats and no small children. Even though Peanut is 9 years old, she is still full of energy and will need a secure fence. What we have found through rehoming efforts with her is: 1) while she has been tolerant of dogs in a social sphere, Peanut will not share a home with them; 2) now that she is older, her patience for young children has flown and she will not be adopted out to a household with small children or where little kids frequently visit; 3) Peanut will require leashed activity and a secure fence. Having said all that, Peanut is a superb dog for an individual or couple who can offer her the amazing companionship that she can gift back. Call us about this gorgeous, fit and healthy girl !!
Age: 
Senior
Size: 
Large
Adoption Status: 
Adoptable

Charlie2

Charlie2
Charlie is a Carolina Dog from Tijuana. He is a very handsome young fellow, approximately two years of age, with nice coloring and ears sized for function! He is good with dogs and children, but not with cats. Charlie is good-natured and active. He would likely be fantastic in agility classes. Potential adopters will need to have a secure yard. Charlie also will need more training on leash.
Age: 
Young
Size: 
Medium
Adoption Status: 
Adoptable

Sammy2

Sammy2
Sammy is a Mountain Feist, a hunting breed, who came to us as an owner-surrender. He is 1 year old, approximately 20 lbs and is a bundle of good-natured energy. Sammy is crate-trained and walks very well on leash. (Fence and leash are requirements.) Upon his arrival here, we tested Sammy for heart-worm and, sadly, he tested positive. The good news is that his treatment went very well and is now complete. So, Sammy is back in swing and is ready to tackle the world again with his happy, healthy, full-of-life attitude!
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