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Adopt a Dog: A Min-Pin Mix and a Chihuahua

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Matilda is a three-year-old Min-Pin/Chihuahua mix and Redmond is a ten-year-old Chihuahua.

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Adopt a Dog: Alaskan Husky

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Lobo

The perfect day for Lobo needs only two ingredients- a ball and someone to throw it. The first one is easy and there’s much hope for the second. This young 1-year-old Alaskan Husky is a natural athlete and with his spunk and stamina, he would be an excellent companion for someone who enjoys hiking the trails, camping, going for morning jogs or perhaps long evening strolls at sunset. Given up because his owner couldn’t keep up with his energy, Lobo is already housetrained, leash trained and has a firm grip on all the basic commands including “sit,” “down,” and “shake.” Lobo is the perfect family-oriented dog who adores showering...

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Adopt a Dog: Catahoula Mix

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Nick is a 3 year old Catahoula mix who was running and picked up by animal control....luckily for Nick there was a mix up with our rescue and Paws and Claws at Apache Junction animal control and they called us thinking he was our dog....he wasn't but his picture melted our hearts and we pulled him. Nick was adopted but the family dynamics changed and it was no longer a suitable home so we took him back. He is a people lover and physically a strong determined dog so he would do just great with an active family who will provide the structure this bright boy needs....he is uber smart! He does well with other dogs but in an active setting with an active family he would do best as an only dog or with smaller...

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Adopt a Dog: Dachshund/Chihuahua Mixes

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Tag and Fi are seven-month-old Dachshund/Chihuahua mixes.

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Adopt a Dog: Shar Pei

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Koda is an approximately 4-year-old pure bred Shar Pei. This poor boy lost his home due to his family’s divorce. He lived with other dogs. He would do best in a home with another calm low energy dog. This boy may be one of the friendliest Shar Pei that we have ever had in our rescue. He loves everyone he meets. He would be great with children! We don’t think he would be good with small dogs or cats. One of his requests for his new home is to have an endless supply of stuffed toys. He doesn’t destroy his toys but loves to carry them around to including them on his walks in the neighborhood. If you are looking to opening your heart and home to a new family member, contact Kim McNurlin at (520) 730-5183 or email at

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