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My name is Tyra!
I'm being cared for by
SPCA of Northern Nevada

Facts about me

Breed
Mixed Breed (Large)
Color
Brown/Chocolate
Age
Adult
Size
(When grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Weight
(Current) 22 kg
Sex
Female
Pet ID
50237455

My info

Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered

My story

Hi, my name is Tyra! I am seeking a home that meets my needs:

From: Stanislaus Animal Services
Exercise Requirements: High Energy
Dog Compatibility: I LOVE to play rough; let's meet!
Cat Compatibility: History unknown; ask a Matchmaker about slow introductions!
Child Compatibility: History unknown; I can meet kids 15+!
Special Considerations: Want to get more exercise? Action is my middle name. My "Let's GO!" lifestyle will keep you motivated to get outside and move. I've got tons of energy; and just like the sun, I'm burning and working 24 hours a day, seven days a week. I'll run for miles, chase a ball for hours, and still want to play at the end of the day!
Hi, my name is Tyra! I am seeking a home that meets my needs:

From: Stanislaus Animal Services
Exercise Requirements: High Energy
Dog Compatibility: I LOVE to play rough; let's meet!
Cat Compatibility: History unknown; ask a Matchmaker about slow introductions!
Child Compatibility: History unknown; I can meet kids 15+!
Special Considerations: Want to get more exercise? Action is my middle name. My "Let's GO!" lifestyle will keep you motivated to get outside and move. I've got tons of energy; and just like the sun, I'm burning and working 24 hours a day, seven days a week. I'll run for miles, chase a ball for hours, and still want to play at the end of the day!
Rescue

SPCA of Northern Nevada

Contact info
Pet ID
50237455
Contact
Email
Address
Reno, NV 89512

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

The SPCA of Northern Nevada has an adoption process that involves a fee, adoption application, Meet and Greets with prospective humans and other companion dogs in the same household and children. We do have specific requirements for an adoption. We strive to really ensure a great match!
The SPCA of Northern Nevada has an adoption process that involves a fee, adoption application, Meet and Greets with prospective humans and other companion dogs in the same household and children. We do have specific requirements for an adoption. We strive to really ensure a great match!

Go meet their pets

We have events througout the year to highlight our adoptable animals. One favorite event each year is our local public swimming pool closes to the public in the fall and the very last day the pool is open only to dogs in the community. Shelter dogs play, splash and mingle with public dogs in two pools and cool off for the final hot days of the summer. We post our events on our website and Facebook and through other various media outlets.
We have events througout the year to highlight our adoptable animals. One favorite event each year is our local public swimming pool closes to the public in the fall and the very last day the pool is open only to dogs in the community. Shelter dogs play, splash and mingle with public dogs in two pools and cool off for the final hot days of the summer. We post our events on our website and Facebook and through other various media outlets.

More about this rescue

The mission of the SPCANN is to be an innovative regional leader in responsible treatment of homeless cats and dogs, primarily through their rescue and placement in forever loving homes, and by promoting spaying and neutering to control pet overpopulation. We accomplish our mission with dedication to our core values and a lifetime commitment to our animals. We are Reno's first no-kill animal shelter, founded in 1998. Each year our shelter develops more progressive programs such as our Rural Rescue Program where we aggressively rescue animals from rural animal control agencies and support their joint efforts to move animals out of their facilities and into ours to avoid euthanasia. We also have expanded our reach into schools with our Humane Initiative Program where we teach and show compassion to animals. We have more programs and many projects on the horizon - visit our website to see more!!!
The mission of the SPCANN is to be an innovative regional leader in responsible treatment of homeless cats and dogs, primarily through their rescue and placement in forever loving homes, and by promoting spaying and neutering to control pet overpopulation. We accomplish our mission with dedication to our core values and a lifetime commitment to our animals. We are Reno's first no-kill animal shelter, founded in 1998. Each year our shelter develops more progressive programs such as our Rural Rescue Program where we aggressively rescue animals from rural animal control agencies and support their joint efforts to move animals out of their facilities and into ours to avoid euthanasia. We also have expanded our reach into schools with our Humane Initiative Program where we teach and show compassion to animals. We have more programs and many projects on the horizon - visit our website to see more!!!