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Pete

2 yr old male
neutered
american bulldog mix
microchipped
UTD vaccinations

Pete is on the search or his own person to spoil and take on hiking adventures. Hes a big boy, and his heart matches him. Sometimes he does not know his own size, but all big dogs would love to be a lap dog. Pete had too much energy for the lady who adopted him as a puppy and therefore was surrendered. His foster home fell in love with him and adopted him. He did very well with his newbie sister practicing wrestling moves. Pete does like to pick his friends. Unfortunately, to no fault of his own, he does not do well with pigs, horses, or other livestock. He does love to be a goof, and go on a good run, or stay inside and relax. He is still familiarizing himself with toys. Pete has lovely manners and is house trained. He is located at the Corrales Kennels, awaiting for his human to come take him home!

For any questions about Pete, feel free to call 505-554-7344.

 

Paisley

Paisley is looking for someone that can spoil and take her on adventures. She was adopted from City Animal Shelter approximately four years ago and has enjoyed a family with small children, home and yard for the past 4 years. She loves to go on walks in the neighborhood, riverbank and hikes in the foothills. Please call for more information or to schedule a time to meet her 505-328-2220 or 505-249-1146. Email: loniquietbear@yahoo.com

Female Pitbull Approximately 6 Years Old, Spayed, Microchipped, Vaccines Current, City License

Her caretaker writes, "My son separated from his ex-fiancé a year ago and took a different job that requires him to be on call 24 hours a day. His work schedule doesn't align with his custody/son arrangement and has resulted in minimal time with Paisley. He hasn't been able to give her attention for some time which ha resulted in my wife and I stepping in and caring for her."


 

For more information contact the person listed with the dog or Joyce, 505-463-4553, joycefay@broandtracy.org