Pets of the Week: Dec. 1

The Daily Times staff

 

Dean

Dogs

Dean: Dean is an enjoyable, happy and active boy. If you are looking for an energetic companion to take along on outdoor adventures, then look no further. With his athletic build, Dean is a natural athlete and would make an excellent training partner. He loves being outdoors, so he’d enjoy daily opportunities to get outside with his owner. Hikes in the foothills, runs on the river trails, snowshoeing in the mountains — he’d love them all.

Poinsettia

Poinsettia: This is Poinsettia, a sweet, one-year-old hoping you’ll come by and adopt her soon. She is a sweet gal that will need time to adjust to a new home. She is eager to please and would be a wonderful individual companion dog or a family dog. Please give Poinsettia a chance to be your newest family member.

Cats

Jade

Jade: Look at how cute and sweet Jade is. She is a one-and-a-half-year-old, white-and-gray tabby that loves cuddles and chin rubs and will give you sweet little nose bumps. Jade would need to stay the night to be spayed. Come meet her today.

Lady

Lady: This sweet, shy little girl is looking for the purrfect home. Lady is about 2 years old and is a gorgeous gray calic. It takes a little while for her to warm up to people, but it’s well worth the wait. Lady’s a little lover. Stop by and meet this sweet little girl today.

The Farmington Animal Shelter is located at 133 Browning Parkway and can be reached at 505-599-1098. Check Petfinder.com for an up-to-date list of pets up for adoption.

Horse

Pappy

Pappy is a very nice older gelding. He is 23 years old and rides like a dream. His ideal home would be with a light rider who wants to trail ride casually, as he is a walk/trot kind of guy.

Pappy is one of six horses surrendered to Four Corners Equine Rescue by the owner earlier this year. He is a beautiful gray quarter horse type, standing about 15 hands high and weighs right about 1,000 pounds.

He is current on his vaccinations, teeth floating, deworming and farrier work. Pappy can be seen at Four Corners Equine Rescue by appointment. Call 505-334-7220.

For more information, go to fourcornersequinerescue.org.