Pets of the Week: Dec. 23

The Daily Times staff



Flurry: Flurry is a sweet girl in need of a loving home. There's nothing she likes more than being around people, she gets along with other dogs and would love to find an active family to spend the rest of her life with. Flurry has been calling the shelter home since Aug. 4, and is ready to find a place to call home. Come introduce yourself to Flurry today.


Poinsettia: Poinsettia is a sweet 1-year-old pit/terrier mix hoping you'll come by and adopt her soon. She is a sweet gal who 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.



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


Hazard: Hazard is a sweet orange tabby. He is a very playful guy who like to chase his toys, he likes to sit on your lap while you pet him and he will purr and purr. If you are looking for a cool cat stop on in.

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



Cooper: Once a wild colt living in the Thoreau area, Cooper is now a curious, but skeptical 6-year-old gelding living at the Four Corners Equine Rescue. Cooper is halter trained and stands for the farrier when handled with patience and kindness. Standing right at 15 hands high, he has a beautiful animated trot. He is current on vaccinations, deworming and farrier work. The perfect home for Cooper would be with someone willing to spend the time to build a bond and continue his training using Natural Horsemanship techniques. The adoption fee for Cooper is $400 and includes six sessions with a professional trainer for both Cooper and his new person. For more information, go to or call 505-334-7220.