Hola, my name is Zoey. I came to Tucson from Mexico with my three sisters. As you can see, I’m a pretty happy girl. I was especially happy when they took these pictures of me, because I was getting treats! I have to be honest–I’m still kind of scared of people, and have some things to learn about being a good companion. I know there’s a patient, understanding person out there to help me keep learning to feel safe and secure. It would be great if you have another friendly, social dog that I can be with and learn from.
Hola, my name is Mik. I came with my three sisters(I’m a girl too) from Mexico. We came here as puppies, not ever having had a home of our own…so we are still learning all about feeling safe and trusting people. I promise you that I’m a very nice dog, and I hope that there is someone out there who is patient and understanding and will give me the time I need to learn how to be the best companion I can be. I love other dogs, and it would be great if you have another friendly, social dog that I can learn from.
Hi, I’m Tarantino. I’m so glad I finally have something to smile about. Here’s my tail, uh I mean tale. I was living in a doghouse made from shipping pallets and had food thrown in every now and then. Along came Pima Animal Care who rescued me and all my other brothers and sisters from this hoarder. Many of them were adopted but I had to stay at PACC longer because I bit the officer that put that metal rope around my neck. I was so scared. So, now I am at HOPE. What a great place to be. I’m so mellow and happy. Love belly rubs and other dogs. It makes me real happy to be able to run and play in the yard. I think I’m around 4 years old. Please come meet me…I promise you will fall in love and take me home. I HOPE, I HOPE, I HOPE.
So, you want to know how I got my name? I was found at a Shell Station in Casa Grande by a woman named Shelley. She called HOPE. She works for PetCo and was on her way down from Phoenix. I was really skinny and they said it looked like I just had a litter. The nice lady couldn’t find any puppies. So, HOPE did some bloodwork to make sure I was OK and discovered I had Tick Fever. I’ve been on medication for 4 months and now the vet says it is time to stop. I will have to be checked again in 2 months. I’m really sweet and cuddly. I sometimes can be a bit timid but just give me a minute to get over it. I get along great with other dogs. The folks at HOPE think I may be a Whippet or Greyhound mix…and I’m only 1 year old.
How could you not fall in love with this face??? I am Harry. I came to HOPE when my owner died. I miss her a lot. I am 11 years old and the folks at HOPE think I am a Petit Basset Vendeen mix. How about that…pretty fancy huh? I am a very gentle soul with everyone…dogs, cats, people…you name it I like it. The folks here at HOPE are really nice but I would like to live out the rest of my life in the comfort of my own home. Please come get me.
Hobie here but I almost wasn’t. I was attacked by a larger dog and was brought to a veterinary hospital by a good samaritan who found me. They stabilized me and then sent me to Pima Animal Care. The vet there took care of my wounds but one of my back legs was beyond repair and they had to amputate it. While I was recuperating HOPE took me in and am flourishing. I’ve adjusted to this 3-legged life just fine. I’m only about 3 years old. I just need a forever home and I’ll be all set. I’m great with other dogs and seem to be OK with cats.
“HOPE” to see you soon.
My name is Nicky. I’m a senior who wants someone to give me a home to live the rest of my life. I am very affectionate. Giving kisses is my specialty. One problem…I have trouble learning to go outside. But please don’t let that stop you…I promise I’ll try really hard to learn as long as you keep me even if I don’t learn. As you can see from all the scars on my face I’ve been through a lot. I’ve been at HOPE a long time. I was adopted once but brought back because of my “problem”. I tolerate other dogs and am good with cats. PLEASE give me a chance. Thank you.
Sweet little Rudy is a bit timid, and would love to find a patient person to spend his time with. He came to us from PACC, and has made some progress with feeling safer since he came to our shelter. Now he just needs to find his forever home. He is as cute as can be, and wants you to know that he loves chicken very much.. Rudy is around 3 years old and should not go to a home with children.
Brewsky and Rocky here ready to tell you our story. We were brought into Pima Animal Care by our Dad because he had too many of us and could not care for us properly. We are seniors who are in good health and we still love to play. When I (Rocky) first came to HOPE I had no fur..that was weird. Now most of it has grown back in and the folks at HOPE no longer think I look like a Mexican Hairless lol. Brewsky and I are very close and would love to go home together. We’re really easy going and would make a great addition to your family. Oh by the way…Brewsky does not drink beer.
My name is Tootsie…a little silly I know but I’ve had it for 12 years. For some reason my owner could not care for me any more and turned me into Pima Animal Care. I am quite cute and sweet…except when it comes to food. Please don’t try to take it away from me. I am good with other dogs and cats…except when it comes to food. Maybe I didn’t get enough to eat in my old home…Anyway, I would love to go home with you but I wouldn’t do too well with children. Please give me a place to rest my head for how many years I have left. Thank you.
Meet Evie, a sweet girl who has been through some difficult times. Evie was tied to fence outside of the shelter during the night. When we tried to get her the next day, she slipped out of her collar and wouldn’t let anyone come near her. She waited patiently for days by the fence, trusting that her owner was coming back for her. When we finally caught her she was scared and appeared unfriendly; we soon realized that her responses were based on her fear and that actually she is a very playful, friendly, affectionate young dog. She is leery of people when she is in a kennel; when she knows you she couldn’t be a nicer pup. Clearly she is also a very devoted girl, as evidenced by the way she waited for whoever abandoned her to come back. Evie needs a forever home with someone who will give her the stable, loving home she so deserves.
More about Evie
Spayed/Neutered • Up-to-date with routine shots • Labrador Retriever/Shepherd Mix • Medium • Young • Female