Pets of the Week: April 26

The Daily Times staff


Elda: This is a shy but super sweet gal that needs a quiet home where she can build her confidence. Elda is a 4-year-old husky and retriever mix. She is a bit unsure outside her kennel, but once she is out, she will cuddle up next to you for love and attention.

Ophelia: This is just one of the many puppies the Farmington Regional Animal Shelter has that are available for adoption. Ophelia is a playful 8-week-old shepherd mix that is looking for a home where she can grow up and learn tricks and manners.




Toodles: An affectionate and playful 9-month-old cat, Toodles is looking for a place to call home forever. He will stretch out in his kennel and roll over so you can pet his belly. He likes to play with toys and yarn, so have plenty on hand when take this loving guy home.

Missy: Missy has a unique look that makes her beautiful. She is all white, except for a few markings on her face and her short tail. On top of that, she is also a polydactyl cat, meaning she has more than the typical number of toes on at least one of her paws.

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.



Apple is a 16-year-old Arabian and quarter horse cross.

She is a smaller horse, standing about 14.1 hands high and weighing about 800 pounds.

Apple has been ridden and would be a great trail horse for an experienced rider. She would be ideal for a small woman who is confident. But she is not a children’s horse.

Her adoption contract will include a no breeding clause.

Apple is current on her vaccinations, deworming, and teeth floating. Her adoption fee is $500, and that includes four lessons on natural horsemanship skills for both the horse and its new owner.

For more information, contact Four Corners Equine Rescue at 505-334-7220 or visit