Do you think you could love me? I am great with kids of all ages and dogs, too. I am house-trained, crate-trained and eager to please. My name is Manicotti, and I am a fun-loving young bully mix, about 3 years of age, spayed, and exceptionally sweet. I would like to give you my unconditional love.
The Nevada SPCA is a no-kill animal sanctuary at 4800 W. Dewey Drive, Las Vegas. For more information, visit nevadaspca.org or call 702-873-7722.
The Animal Foundation
Hi, my name is Gizmo (ID No. A667933). I’m a 3-year-old male terrier, and I’ve been waiting for my forever home since Oct.12. I’m a little bit shy when you first meet me, but once you play with me, my personality really shines through. I love bouncing around, giving my human friends small kisses, and showing how much I care about you. Stop by and visit me and all of my four-legged fluffy friends. We’d love to see you!
Adoption hours are 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. daily at 655 N. Mojave Road, Las Vegas. For more information, visit animalfoundation.com or email adoptions@ animalfoundation.com.
Cavalier Rescue USA
Hi, my name is Maisy. I’m a 9- to 10-year-old female Cavalier King Charles spaniel. I am a loving, laid-back girl who is house-broken and dog door-trained. I am a little hard of hearing and require some daily medications for a heart murmur, but I would really love to have a family that will provide me with a loving and secure home in my senior years. I love the attention of people and get along well with other dogs.
For more information email cavalierrescuenv@ gmail.com or visit www.cavalierrescueusa.org.
Little Friends Foundation
I’m Ezio, a 3-year-old bully mix. I love car rides, hiking, playing and walks. I’m an energetic boy, so I’d be best in a home with older kids or adults only. I’m a good listener and have learned lots already. If you invite me home, continued training is available to ensure I fit in just right!
For more information, email info@littlefriends foundation.org or call 702-463-9995.
TAKE ME HOME: Shelters, rescue groups seek forever homes for animals, Nov. 6
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