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Waylon

Male Puppy Blue Heeler Shepherd (Unknown Type) (mixed)

If you have any questions about Waylon, please contact Bridges to Home of New Mexico at bthadoptions@gmail.com

Bridges to Home of New Mexico

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About Waylon

Adoption Fee: $200.00

Waylon is a sweet confident pup.  He loves playing with his doggie and cat  foster siblings, and he loves to play in the grass!  He is doing well with his basic obedience training, easily motivated by treats.  He is also doing well on his house training.  He's a sweet, playful pup and would love to go to a family with another playful medium sized dog.

Momma is Foxxy, @30 lb reservation dog, don't know who daddy is.  I reasonable guess on Waylon's future size is 50-60 lbs.  He has a VERY soft, fawn/reddish coat with short fur.  His ears already stand erect and he has wrinkles on his forehead.

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Details

Name
Waylon
Age
2 Months and 4 Weeks
Gender
Male
Size
Medium
Weight
12
Primary Color
Fawn
Pet Has Special Needs
NO
Shots up to date
YES
Ok with kids
YES
Housetrained
NO
Hypoallergenic
NO
Spayed/Neutered
NO
Ok with dogs
YES
Ok with cats
YES

Bridges to Home of New Mexico

PO Box 21354 Albuquerque NM 87154

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Foxy

Blue Heeler

Hello. My name is Foxxy and I am Shepherd/Heeler mix born on June 25, 2020. I am a smart, observant girl with a sweet disposition. I am... show more

Hello. My name is Foxxy and I am Shepherd/Heeler mix born on June 25, 2020. I am a smart, observant girl with a sweet disposition. I am also gentle. I LOVE playing with my pupper friend as much as I can, so it would be great to have a doggie friend to play with in my new family, to help me burn off some playful energy. I also get along with cats! For the rest of my story, I’ll turn it over to my foster. Foxxy had clearly had a very hard life before entering foster care. Her face, chest, and legs have scars from bites and her ears have been cut off at the tip. She is extremely fearful of men and “loud boots on the floor” (which leads me to speculate that she was possibly mistreated by a man).  She is incredibly timid and will need time to adjust, but once she does, she is very affectionate and attentive. She will need training for basic commands and to get used to a leash. (I believe she had been lured with food and remembers being leashed in that way.) She’ll likely run away from offered food until she gets used to you. Because of her tendency to want to run away from quick movements and loud noises, she might not do well with small children. I do want to let you know that she is a sweet, loving dog that just needs some time to adjust to her new forever home. She LOVES playing with my dog and is quite comfortable with my cats. Her heart is full of love and wanting to be a part of a family that will be patient and teach her how much love they have in their hearts. For adoption inquiries, please go to bthnm.org, find this pet’s picture and click on the Adopt button. That will take you to the adoption application that you need to fill out. All of our pets are in foster homes in the greater Albuquerque area. The steps to getting a new furry friend include: the completion of an adoption application, a home visit, and an adoption approval, along with the adoption fee. The adoption fee is $150 and includes spay/neuter, rabies vaccine, chip, and age appropriate vaccines. We look forward to helping you complete your family, soon. show less

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Peaches

Corgi

  Hi!! My name is Peaches, and I am a little snow bunny!!! I am looking for an active household who will take me on long hikes and possi... show more

  Hi!! My name is Peaches, and I am a little snow bunny!!! I am looking for an active household who will take me on long hikes and possibly even teach me to snowboard. Playing in the snow is my absolute favorite thing!!! I might enjoy camping and sleeping under the stars. I am a 2.5 year old corgi pitty blend, so I am short and stocky. I am very powerful but don't hold that against me...I walk very well on a leash. I have been to obedience training and am house broken. I am crate trained and will run right in for a cookie. I have been attacked by larger dogs so it takes me a little bit to warm up...can you blame me? I am good with other animals, but would recommend a household without young kids just because of my powerful nature. Won't you take me home today? For adoption inquiries, please go to bthnm.org, find this pet’s picture and click on the Adopt button. That will take you to the adoption application that you need to fill out. All of our pets are in foster homes in the greater Albuquerque area. The steps to getting a new furry friend include: the completion of an adoption application, a home visit, and an adoption approval, along with the adoption fee. The adoption fee is $150 and includes spay/neuter, rabies vaccine, chip, and age appropriate vaccines. We look forward to helping you complete your family, soon show less