Pets of the Week: May 24

The Daily Times staff


Jacque: Jacque is a sweet and playful girl, and she would make for a great family dog. She is good with people of all ages. She will need plenty of daily exercise and would love to be a part of your outdoor activities! To meet Jacque, stop by the Farmington Regional Animal Shelter and ask to meet her.

Natalie: If you are looking for a little companion with lots of get up and go, then Natalie is your gal! She is super sweet and adorable. She always seems to want to be moving and explores everywhere. She likes people of all ages and is good with other dogs. Stop in and take her for a walk to see her true personality shine! Natalie is already spayed and ready to move on in.



Bonnie: Bonnie is a pure sweetheart and very affectionate. She will greet you at her kennel door looking for pets and attention. This little love bug deserves a forever home that will give her lots of affection. Come check her out, and you are sure to fall in love. Bonnie has been spayed and is ready to go home today!

Tuna and Salmon: This playful duo are hoping to find a home together. They get along great together and are good at keeping themselves entertained for hours. Their adoption fee is $70 for both of them, and that includes their spay and neuter, microchips, first distemper vaccine and 30 days of pet insurance from 24 Petwatch!



Rambler is a gorgeous 3-year-old dark bay gelding.

Originally a wild horse from the Thoreau area, Rambler is transitioning to domestic life. He is being trained using natural horsemanship techniques. Right now, he is at the trainers and will continue groundwork training for another 30 days.

Potential adopters are encouraged to become involved in the training process before taking Rambler home.

He is about 14.2 hands high and weighs about 800 pounds.


The adoption fee for Rambler is $350.

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

Tuna and Salmon