One pure bred, one mix

dogIf you haven’t received the latest ICARE newsletter in your snail mail, you’re cordially invited to read it on-line. We think you’ll be amazed at the great news for pets of the Eastern Sierra! Please visit: 

BUNNY is a one-year old purebred German Shorthaired Pointer (GSP). Her owners could no longer keep her, but say she is a very sweet girl who will melt your heart. GSP’s are active dogs and need daily exercise to keep them at their happiest.

MILLIE is living doll! She’s part Lab, part Husky, part ?. All we know is she is a terrific dogpitfamily dog with a sunny disposition and beautiful Maybelline eyes. Oh yeah, and she walks like a champ on her leash.

The Inyo County Animal Shelter has an amazing selection of adorable cats and lovable dogs. Please adopt one today. Visit in person on County Road in Big Pine or on-line at HOURS: Tuesday thru Friday, 10 am to 3 pm, Saturday and Sunday 11 am to 4 pm (closed Mondays). Phone 760-938-2715.

4 Responses to One pure bred, one mix

  1. Rodney March 8, 2012 at 5:10 pm #

    If only EVERYONE was aware of the health benefits, both physical AND mental, in having a dog, a mutt, a pooch, a four legged buddy, a lil monster. So ADOPT a dog and help put a puppy mill operator out of business and into the unemployment line or jail as far as I care.
    Reason #8 dogs are better than a girlfriend or boyfriend? The longer you are gone the happier they are to see you.

    • Wayne Deja March 8, 2012 at 8:25 pm #

      Great post Rodney….I had to go to Reno last summer,leaving my Cocker Spaniol home alone overnight…the one and only time I will EVER do it… when I got home promised her,and myself if I ever go again,it won’t be overnight in a fancy 18 story casino-hotel,but in an old fashioned single story motel…that allows dogs.

  2. RuralGal March 9, 2012 at 12:23 pm #

    “Adopting a dog won’t change the world but it will
    change the world for that dog!”

  3. M C Hubbard March 9, 2012 at 7:36 pm #

    We just adopted a rescue dog from the shelter yesterday after having lost our 12 year old Corgi. We knew our rescue Chesapeake Bay Retriever “Chelsea” needed a pal again. What real sweethearts they both are. “Willow” is our third rescue dog from there and we would think of going no where else for a “furry friend”.


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