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.
Nicky is one of the most affectionate boys around; he loves to snuggle and give kisses. As you can see, his face is covered with small scars. He also has an inoperable cataract caused by an injury, and is blind in that eye. We don’t know what happened in Nicky’s past to cause these injuries. He originally came to HOPE from PACC and was adopted once. Nicky needs a quiet home with no children and preferably no other dogs, to live as a loyal companion.
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.
This sweet boy came to us from Pima Animal Care. Brewsky’s owner was forced to give up some of his dogs because he had too many and wasn’t taking care of them properly. We took him with one of his housemates so that he wouldn’t be lonely. Brewsky is very gentle, likes other dogs and cats and just wants a forever home. He is around 9 years old and in good health. He can be adopted with his housemate Rocky or on his own. We are really stumped on his breed but he looks like a mini coyote.
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