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My name is snow!

Catahoula Leopard Dog/Pit Bull Terrier Mix Puppy for adoption in Santa Clara, New Mexico - snow
Photo 1 - Catahoula Leopard Dog/Pit Bull Terrier Mix Puppy for adoption in Santa Clara, New Mexico - snow
Photo 2 - Catahoula Leopard Dog/Pit Bull Terrier Mix Puppy for adoption in Santa Clara, New Mexico - snow
Photo 3 - Catahoula Leopard Dog/Pit Bull Terrier Mix Puppy for adoption in Santa Clara, New Mexico - snow
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I'm being cared for by:
Village of Santa Clara Animal Control

Facts about snow

  • Breed: Catahoula Leopard Dog/Pit Bull Terrier Mix
  • Color: White
  • Age: Puppy
  • Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
  • Sex: Female
Snow's father was a red merle Catahoula and her mom a Black and white Pit Bull mix. Snow came out pure white. She does have spotted skin and does not have any vision or hearing problems. Snow is a happy healthy girl, who loves everybody and everything. we are located near Silver City NM and can help with transport.

About Village of Santa Clara Animal Control

About Our Shelter...

The Village of Santa Clara is starting to build a new animal shelter out of an old fire department. We've moved kennels into the building for both dogs and cats., and they are now indoors out of the weather and the heat. We're buying new kennels for their comfort and safety. We're starting a spay neuter fund and are trying to raise money for all these improvements with rummage sales and hopefully soon a new thrift shop. Come see our adoptable animals for your self and maybe take in our village at the same time, a lot of history here.

Come Meet Our Pets...

Santa Clara Animal Shelter will be having their second rummage sale July 6th, 2013 at the old fire department/new animal shelter, from 8am-1pm. Come by and take some rummage home with you. Maybe a puppy or kitten too.
We are also asking for donations of anything you might think of for the sale. We will come to you and pick it up, please give us a call.

Our Adoption Process...

Our adoptable animals are up to date on all vaccinations and will be spayed or neutered before going home. We charge a small adoption fee for the animal to cover vet checks and vaccinations, and then we make an appointment at the vet to have the animal altered. The new pet is dropped off at the vets office by the ACO and the new owner picks them up there. The spay/neuter fee is then paid by the new owner. We haven't been adopting out pets long enough to have a spay/neuter program in place yet and so far this procedure has worked for us. All phone calls/ emails we receive will be returned, but please be patient we have only one person doing this and sometimes there may be a delay of a day.