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Male Young Chihuahua / Yorkie, Yorkshire Terrier

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Garth

Terrier (Unknown Type, Medium)

Garth and his brother Brooks (get it?) were found as strays and taken to the Mesquite Animal Shelter. They were given five days to find... show more

Garth and his brother Brooks (get it?) were found as strays and taken to the Mesquite Animal Shelter. They were given five days to find new homes before being put on the EU list. The shelter volunteers immediately noticed what great boys they were; excellent temperament, calm and loving, and lobbied for their rescue. They were both adopted from us quickly and Brooks has gone on to be a therapy dog; but Garth was recently returned to us for behavioral issues. The older couple who adopted him complained he was too over protective and caused people to be afraid of him. He’s never bitten or tried to bite, but his defense of his domicile gave them concern if they needed emergency care, that Garth would not allow access to their home. To us, this means Garth took charge…and they let him. Some folks are just not “pack leaders” and Garth knew they needed one, so he stepped up to the plate…to the extreme. Garth LOVES other dogs and will play with any dog, any size with complete abandon and he loves kids. He’s an expert squirrel or bunny catcher (Word Up) and loves a big back yard; a pool would be a bonus. So long story short, since being back in our kennel, he’s not exhibited any bad behaviors, plays great with his dog group and sits in his crate for his turn to go out. We’re convinced there’s a family for Garth who’ll make him understand there’s no need to take charge because that’s their job, not his. He just needs that understood….or he’ll take that responsibility to heart. show less

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MOLLY

Boxer

Meet MOLLY! Pretty Boxer mix MOLLY is smart as a whip; already knows the sit and shake commands and readily picks up new behaviors. A Bo... show more

Meet MOLLY! Pretty Boxer mix MOLLY is smart as a whip; already knows the sit and shake commands and readily picks up new behaviors. A Boxer mix, and typical to the breed, she adores her people and craves their companionship and attention, but she also loves her fur brother Tacoma.:-) Although they’ll likely be fine if adopted separately, our dream would be to see them adopted together. 3 year old MOLLY loves playing fetch but is better at running after the object than returning it.:-) She lives for squirrel patrol, so that high prey drive would not make a good combination for a home with cats.:-( However, she gets along fine with her 5lb Chi foster fur brother. MOLLY is completely housebroken and crate trained and will do best in an active family with a nice size back yard. This is MOLLY’s 2nd time as an OHAR dog. Originally found as a stray in August of 2016, MOLLY was taken to the Garland Animal Shelter in hopes her owners would come looking for her; but no one ever did.:-( When the shelter continued to fill up, she was scheduled for euthanasia to make room for more just like her.:-( We posted for help and a wonderful woman in Kansas begged to adopt her. The adopter was thoroughly screened and approved via our typical process and transport was arranged to get MOLLY to her new home. She’s lived happily there until her adopted mom passed away suddenly in July 2018. As is often the case, no one in the family wanted MOLLY or her BFF Tacoma, so when you’re an OHAR dog, you simply come home and bring your friends with you.:-) show less

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SKIPPY

Pointer

Say hello to SKIPPY! Since leaving the city shelter, 2 year old SKIPPY has turned his frown upside down. Though his favorite pastimes of... show more

Say hello to SKIPPY! Since leaving the city shelter, 2 year old SKIPPY has turned his frown upside down. Though his favorite pastimes of running and playing, SKIP equally appreciates your love, attention and thrives on affection. He’s highly food motivate, which helps with training. His foster dad says that Skip mastered the ‘sit’ command in short order. Friendly with other dogs & cats, crate trained and housebroken, SKIPPY will be a great furever companion for any active household. Before becoming an OHAR dog, SKIP was yet another statistic of “I’m moving and can’t take my dog”. He was surrendered to an overflowing city shelter and about to face the ultimate tragic fate of owner surrenders. Do you know owner surrenders are the FIRST dogs euthanized? A stray has 7 to 10 days because it’s assumed someone is looking for them but, when an owner surrenders their dog, the shelter KNOWS they’re not coming back . . . and when a dog who’d used to sitting next to you watching Netflix is terrified and nippy, they’re moved to the head of the line. That’s why we adopt our “furever dogs”; not “until you move”, “get a new boyfriend/girlfriend” or “have a baby” dogs. A furever dog is for the life of the dog. If you’re not looking for a forever dog, then our dogs can’t be your pets. It’s just that simple. show less

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TACOMA

Boxer

Meet TACOMA! Handsome TACOMA is large for his breed, with a heart to match his stature. A former therapy dog, this gentle giant is a dre... show more

Meet TACOMA! Handsome TACOMA is large for his breed, with a heart to match his stature. A former therapy dog, this gentle giant is a dream on leash, never pulling, always healing close by your side. 9 year old TACOMA loves his people and craves their companionship; but also dotes on his fur sister Molly. Although not necessary, our dream would be to see them adopted together. Sweet, gentle, lovable TACOMA has outgrown the wild, crazy and annoying antics for which young Boxers are famous, and retained the ENDEARING characteristics that draw people’s devotion to this breed. Always excited to see you come home and maybe play a few rounds of fetch or take a short walk around the neighborhood. Regal, yet goofy, TACOMA eagerly participates in squirrel patrol and sometimes even takes the lead. However, he’s every bit as content laying by your side while you’re working on the computer, or resting his head in your lap for a good Netflix binge. Crate trained and housebroken, TACOMA’s new family will win the Boxer lottery with this guy.;-( TACOMA became an OHAR dog when his mom died sudden in July 2018. When no on in the family would take them, he and his BFF Molly (an OHAR alum) were about to be discarded at the local city shelter. Fortunately we were made aware of their loss and, as is our policy, we arranged a transport to get them both safely back here for rehoming. We know little about how TACOMA came to Molly’s home but we do know he was a therapy dog, at one time registered with a Wyoming based group called “ATD Alliance of Therapy Dogs”, said to be an international registry of certified therapy dog teams. show less