Pet Allies in Show Low AZ
Charlie is really a very kind soul, he is 3 years old. He likes to give kisses and does little dances for you. He is good with cats and other dogs. He is housebroken and crate trained. He needs to be introduced slowly to humans as he is still scared and will continually bark at them. Once he gets to know the person he is ok. He came in without the use of his back legs and with the proper care he is now walking but will need a calm environment, so he does not re-injure himself again. He is still in a foster home but is ready for a home to call his own. If you are interested in meeting this sweet boy, please call Pet Allies Shelter at 928-537-8009. His adoption fee is 75.00.
A home visit may be part of the adoption process. To start the adoption process, an online adoption application is available at http://www.petalliesaz.org/dogadopt.php
Pet Allies, also known as the home of the Barkin Basement Thrift Store at the corner of White Mountain Road and Fawnbrook in Show Low, finds non-lethal solutions to pet overpopulation by offering low-cost spay/neuter services and placing homeless pets in caring homes. Pet Allies, a non-profit organization, is funded by donations from the community, sales at the Barkin Basement Thrift Store, grants and adoptions. In October 2012 Pet Allies also entered into a contract with the City of Show Low to operate the City’s animal control shelter where animals may be seen and adopted.
To visit animals in foster care, call Pet Allies Clinic to make an appointment.
Pet Allies Clinic & Barkin Basement Thrift Store: 4050 S White Mountain Road - Show Low AZ Phone: 928 532-1602
Show Low Animal Control Shelter Facility: 1181 E Thornton Avenue - Show Low AZ Phone: 928 537-8009
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