Dog of The Day: Harley From Arizona Humane Society!
The family’s landlord wouldn’t budge when it came to big dogs in the apartment so after two wonderful years, Harley’s family had to put her up for adoption. Finding a new home has been a difficult task for this young Australian Cattle dog mix and she has been waiting for someone to notice her charming personality for over two months now.
Harley is an active and playful pooch who is always eager to go for brisk walks and she will wiggle from nose to tail once she sees the leash. She would appreciate a big yard in which she can chase after a tennis ball or clumsily gallop around with a rope toy swinging from her mouth. At the end of an adventurous day, Harley likes to curl up on a cozy dog bed and chew on a Kong toy filled to the brim with peanut butter and various treats.
Being a cattle dog mix, Harley is exceptionally smart and although she hasn’t mastered many tricks thus far in life she is more than happy to learn from a patient coach. She is house and leash trained.
Harley would do best in a home where she receives all the attention and won’t have to share it with other four-legged roommates. Since she is such a boisterous dog a child introduction is required.
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 $35 because she is a member of our Lonely Heart’s Club. This adoption 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 this pet, please call (602) 997-7586 ext. 1045 and ask for animal ID number A310805 or log on to www.azhumane.org.
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, www.azhumane.org/findapet