Pets of the Week: Oct. 25
Greyson: This sweetheart is a 1-year-old Australian cattle dog mix that is very shy at first, but once he knows you, he is affectionate and loves to be close to his people. Give him some attention, and he'll just melt at your feet. His favorite place is by your side, gazing at you with loving eyes. Greyson loves to run and play with dogs and humans alike. He also enjoys games of fetch. He is waiting for his new family to come adopt him.
Mary: Talk about a dog who doesn't appear to know a stranger. Mary is a handsome 4-year-old American pit bull and terrier mix with a happy and friendly attitude. She enjoys meeting new people, and her tail wags for everyone. Mary loves attention of any kind and loves to cuddle. She is ready to go home today, all you need to do is come down and adopt her.
Bella: This is a beautiful Persian. She can be a little shy and needs a home that is quiet and will provide the love she deserves. Bella has big orange eyes that make her unique. Please stop in at the Farmington Regional Animal Shelter to meet Bella. She will need to stay overnight to be spayed, but then will be ready for some extra love when she gets home.
Angel: Meet sweet Angel. She has a very distinctive marking on her ears. She is super soft and loves belly rubs and snuggles and continues to knead after you stop petting her. She just wants to be loved and would do well in a family home with lots of love and attention. She is already spayed and can go home with you today.
The Farmington Animal Shelter is located at 133 Browning Parkway and can be reached at 505-599-1098. Check Petfinder.com for a up-to-date list of pets up for adoption.
Foxy Lady: Foxy Lady is a retired brood mare. She's a big gal, standing about 16.1 hands high, and looks to be of thoroughbred breeding.
Foxy is friendly, loves to be brushed and looks forward to people interaction.
She has been ridden at some point in her life, but her skill set is not well developed. Foxy does lead, load and stand for the farrier.
She is current on vaccinations, deworming, teeth floating and farrier work. Her adoption fee is $200.
For more information, contact Four Corners Equine Rescue at 505-334-7220 or visit www.fourcornersequinerescue.org.