& Found Report
Foster Care Agreement
2011 HSWM ANNUAL REPORT
RADIO PET OF THE WEEK
Radio pet of the week is Paisley
Hey there, I'm Paisley! My buddy and I were brought into the shelter here when a nice gentleman saw us tied up to a pole together on the side of the road and brought us in to find homes. We were very skinny when found, but I was a little chunkier than my buddy, that's because when he turned us in, turned out I was pregnant! Now my puppies are growing up so I'm looking for my forever home! I'm the sweetest girl you will ever be able to find.
I will definitely need training to learn some manners, so I'm hoping my new owner can do so. I am a gorgeous girl with a lot of potential, which is obvious to every one here at the shelter. I just need somebody to spend some time with me, but I am extremely loving and sweet! If you are interested in taking me home, please oh please come look at me! When I go to my new home I will be spayed, up-to-date on my shots and micro-chipped! Can I be the new member of your family? Paisley is available for only $45.00 this week!
View our animal companions available for adoption.
They are spayed, current on shots, microchipped.
Kittens (under a yr) $40
Cats - $25
Adult dogs-$55 and up
Senior Dogs (6+ yrs.) $40
Puppies - $60 - $200
New Building Foundation Donations Needed...
We help homeless, neglected and abused animals in the White Mountains of AZ. We stay full and need to add another building so we can help more homeless, abused and neglected animals find good, stable, loving forever homes. Please help us help them.
BUILDING FUND DONATIONS- Please click on the link below, when window open:
1) note the amount you wish to donate
2) Click on the COMMENTS section and type in BUILDING FUND in the COMMENTS section to make sure your donation goes to the BUILDING FUND, then proceed with donation process.
THANK YOU FOR YOUR GENEROSITY!
We spend as much time as possible reaching out to our
community through our teachings of responsible pet ownership.
We offer tours of the shelter available by appointment and the
shelter offers many students and adults presentations at your
location or class room regarding over-population of pets and
Contact us about to learn more about our information and referral services.