|Arizona Sheltie Rescue, Inc.
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Visitors since August 2006
Please join us Saturday, Feb. 22nd at the Desert Ridge Petsmart 9:00 AM until
2:00 PM. Unless otherwise posted, we will be at Desert Ridge the 4th Saturday
of each month.
The Coalition of All Breed Rescue will conduct it's next two microchip clinics on Sunday,
March 2, 2014, Sunday, May 18th and Sunday, July 20th from 9:00 AM until 2:00 PM at the
University of Arizona Maricopa County Coop. Fees are based on number of dogs you are
getting micro chipped and whether or not they have current vaccinations.
|Thank you PetMeds for your generous donation to AZ Sheltie Rescue.
Arizona Sheltie Rescue Inc is a volunteer organization that serves the entire state of
Arizona with respect to the rescue of Shetland Sheepdogs. We are a 501 (c)(3) not for
profit organization. AZ Sheltie Rescue is comprised of volunteers dedicated solely to the rescuing
Shetland Sheepdogs who come to us through shelters or private surrenders. Through
these rescue efforts we provide placement and problem intervention service for all
purebred Shetland Sheepdogs of both sexes and any age. We do not turn our backs on
any purebred Sheltie!
Please join us Saturday, March 8th at the Mesa Petsmart from 9:00 AM until 2:00
PM. Unless otherwise posted, we will be at the Mesa location the 2nd Saturday
of each month.
Angel is about a five year old female tri sheltie who we
got from the Maricopa County Animal Control. She is
definitely an oversized and very strong sheltie who
would benefit from regular exercise and activity. Along
with that size she is a very very strong young lady. She
would benefit from some daily exercise and activity.
Angel can get pretty excited when she anticipates
participating in activities. She can also get pretty
worked up and with her strong personality would
benefit most from an experienced sheltie owner.
(Angel is not for someone looking for their first
sheltie). When she gets worked up she tends to bark.
We do not think she would be a good match for a
household with smaller kids. She has gotten along fine
with the other multiple dogs in the foster home and has
tried, unsuccessfully, to initiate play with a few. We
don’t know how she is with cats but we suspect she
would be fine. She is housetrained and will use a dog
Angel is spayed, microchipped, current on shots, and
seems to be a healthy girl.
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