Get A Playmate, A Companion, Some Love, And Understanding

This week we have a fine collection of hounds looking for a good home and maybe someone to take them on a hike through the desert.

Check out these furry fellas and their well rounded resumes. All of them are available through Pinal County Animal Control.

Daisy

This girl is a white and brown Labrador Retriever and Pointer that appears to be about 3 years old. Turn ons are belly rubs, comfy couches, and laser pointers. Turn offs are sitcoms with laugh tracks, political discussions during Thanksgiving dinner, and any show with Guy Fieri.

Daisy has been at the shelter since January 30, 2018.

ID#A200399

Misty

She is a 16 week old black Akita and Queensland Heeler. Misty is a new guest at the facility and arrived on March 20, 2018. When asked what she wants to be when she grows up, Misty replied “I’m a dog, why are you asking me dumb questions?”

ID#A200412

Lucky

He’s a black and white Labrador Retriever and Pit Bull Terrier who appears to be completely surprised by the predicament he’s in. He’s only 2 years old and is far too young to spend his life behind bars. So, do him a solid, and bail him out!

ID#A200251

Cortana

If you are one of the six people that actually own a Microsoft Windows Phone, you know that Cortana is the name of their version of Siri. For everyone else, you are currently reading this amazed that Cortana is an actual thing. That being said, we can guarantee that Cortana, the black and white Border Collie, is far less buggy than the Microsoft Windows Phone, more compatible to your lifestyle, and will never need to restart due to an operating system update.

ID#A177493

Thumper

This girl looks like she is in desperate need of a rescue. A 2 year old Labrador Retriever and American Pit Bull Terrier mix who has been at the facility since June 27, 2017. Which is nearly 10 months. That just seems wrong! Some one needs to post her bail, pronto! Seriously, she looks like an awesome dog. Stop in and check her out.

ID#A193327

Where to rescue these fine furry friends

Pinal County Animal Control

The primary responsibility of Animal Control is animal welfare, making sure that animals in the county are treated humanely and the prospective owners have the means to properly care for adopted pets. Our four rules are listed in detail below.

All dogs receive one 4-in-1 vaccination before adoption. The vaccination includes Canine Distemper-Adenovirus Type 2-Coronavirus-Parainfluenza-Parvovirus Vaccine.

All dogs are microchipped and cats can be chipped upon request. Animal Care and Control uses a universal microchip and we complete the registration for the new owner.

Microchipping (for dogs) and sterilization are not negotiable and if the potential owner does not wish to comply with these two requirements, he or she will not be allowed to adopt from Animal Care and Control.

All owners must have the means to properly care for their pets. Your pet must be safely confined and have adequate food, water and shelter. Proper confinement is necessary to protect the public or someone living in the new owner’s home.

Location

1150 S Eleven Mile Corner

Casa Grande, AZ 85194

Office: 520.509.3555

Fax: 520.866.7610

Email:AnimalCare@pinalcountyaz.gov

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