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1025 Salazar Rd. Taos, NM 87571
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Adoptable Pets 

Welcome to our Adoptable Pet page.  On this page we will feature pets that have come into our care, and into our lives, who are in need of forever homes and loving owners.  We hope that you will check in often.  Whether or not you are looking for a new pet or companion, you may know someone who is and that would be a great help to these wonderful pets.

INTRODUCING HERSHEY

Here is a wonderful young dog who could enrich your life for years to come. Hershey is a Labrador Retriever mix who is six months old, neutered, vaccinated and Heartworm tested.  He is good natured, playful, crate and leash trained, housebroken, and is happy to ride with you in the car.  This 32 lb. guy even knows "sit" and "down".  Hershey is looking for a forever home with a fenced yard and a friend to play with.  

If you'd like to meet Hershey, or know more about him, please contact Holly Howard at 575-586-0784

INTRODUCING COCO

Coco is a beautiful young dog, nine months old, who is good with people, other dogs and children.  We're not certain how she is with cats.  She is very lovable, walks beautifully on a leash and sleeps in the house at night in a kennel.  Coco will need some help learning her basic commands, but seems very trainable.  She is spayed, microchipped and current on all her vaccines.  

If you have a fenced yard and are looking for a wonderful new friend, please call Gail at 575-586-0010.

Thanks for your consideration and for helping a rescued pet. 

INTRODUCING ABBY

Abby is a calm, sweet, loyal girl who loves to be loved.  She was found on a highway and never claimed, despite the fact that she had already been spayed.

Abby walks well on a leash and is learning to chase and bring back her tennis ball.  She knows "sit" and "down" and is learning to "stay"; she is also learning to enjoy her rides in the car. 

This girl would probably love to be an only child.

For more information about Abby, please call Holly at 575-586-0784.  Thanks for your consideration.

                                                                              

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