Dog of The Day: Jingles From Arizona Humane Society!


Living the life of a stray is terrifying for any dog, especially if that doggie happens to be deaf. After being picked up by animal care and control, Jingles waited three days for her lost family to come and find her… but they never did.

Jingles time was running out, but thankfully she found hope through the Arizona Humane Society’s New Hope program and she was brought to the AHS shelter.

This pretty girl boasts a speckled red tick colored coat and soft and gentle brown eyes. Being a Queensland Heeler mix, she is incredibly smart so training her with hand signals should be easy. She is energetic and playful at the age of two, making her the perfect companion for someone who lives an active lifestyle and enjoys outdoor adventures.

Jingles will need some time to adjust to her new home because she is hearing impaired and sudden movements startle her. She would appreciate living with older more mature children who won’t sneak up on her. A family introduction is encouraged to ensure a good match.

She is available NOW at the Arizona Humane Society’s Nina Mason Pulliam Campus for Compassion located at 1521 West Dobbins Road in Phoenix. Her adoption fee is only $110. This fee includes her spay surgery, vaccines, a colorful collar and leash, an AHS I.D. tag, and a follow-up veterinary exam. For more information about Jingles, please call (602) 997-7586 ext. 1045 and ask for animal ID number A289780 or log on to

Please note: This pet might have been adopted by the time you visit the shelter; however, the AHS has many more wonderful pets that also need loving homes. Please take a moment to meet some of the other homeless dogs, cats and other companion animals at the shelter! To see all our adoptable animals right now,

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