He was one of my adoptions last year, but his family of humans went bad. He was abandoned and very despondent and I "repossessed" him. He is now VERY well behaved, does not vault the wall any more and needs a home. He is micro chipped, and free of Valley / tick fever and up to date on vaccinations. He presently lives in my pack of  9 "canines" and sleeps on my bed at night. He also has a beautiful haunting "singing" voice. He is not possessive and eats along side two other much larger males with no problems.

Contact JOHN for more info.
WYAKIN

A very high content Wolfdog female, spayed and friendly. Loves sleeping on my bed and long walks on leash. Rides good. About 70 pounds and long body and legs.

Contact JOHN for more info.
Duffy suffers from terrible "separation anxiety" and needs his loving human to help him. With Duffy, it will take a commitment and lots of understanding to help him. But the result will be a wonderful companion that would love to go with you anywhere. I really love this big guy! 

Contact JOHN for more info.
"People who let their dogs and cats have litters in order
to show their children the 'miracle of birth' should come
witness the 'miracle of death' performed in the back rooms
of animal shelters all over the country."

--Phyllis Wright, Humane Society of the US




RETRIBUTION

The families dog was bought for a guard,
Chained to a post in a chilly backyard,
Housed in a shed that was airless and dark,
And every few weeks had a run in the park.
When boredom set in with no fun and no work,
One day it broke loose and went quietly berserk.
Pa couldn't fathom just why it went wild,
As it flattened his wife and then bit his child.
The police were called in to sort out the mess,
And the whole sorry tale was revealed by the press,
The Rescue Society was really annoyed,
So, the dog was rehomed--and the owners destroyed.




Tax deductible donations can be made through CABRA, earmarked for Tundra Shepherd Rescue.  Donations are made payable to CABRA Inc. and mailed to The Coalition of All Breed Rescue of Arizona,
P.O. Box 7264, Phoenix, AZ. 85011-7264

On behalf of all of the animals this will help and the staff of Tundra Shepherd Rescue/AZ, thank you!

These animals and others are available for adoption to the right family for a nominal fee which includes spay/neuter, current vaccinations and microchip.
BAGGAGE
(From the Shelter Dog)

Now that I'm home - bathed, settled and fed
All nicely tucked into a warm new bed

Lest I forget
There is so much to carry - So much to regret
Hmm . . .  Yes there it is, Right on top
Let's unpack Loneliness, Heartache and Loss
And there by my leash hides Fear and Shame
As I look on these things I tried so hard to leave
I still have to unpack my baggage called Pain

I loved them, the others, the ones who left me
But I was't good enough for they didn't want me

Will you add to my baggage? Will you help me unpack?
Or will you just look at my things and take me right back?

Do you have the time to help me unpack?
To put away my baggage to never repack?

I pray that you do - I'm tired you see
But I do come with baggage
Will you still want me?
"People who let their dogs and cats have litters in order
to show their children the 'miracle of birth' should come
witness the 'miracle of death' performed in the back rooms
of animal shelters all over the country."

--Phyllis Wright, Humane Society of the US




RETRIBUTION

The families dog was bought for a guard,
Chained to a post in a chilly backyard,
Housed in a shed that was airless and dark,
And every few weeks had a run in the park.
When boredom set in with no fun and no work,
One day it broke loose and went quietly berserk.
Pa couldn't fathom just why it went wild,
As it flattened his wife and then bit his child.
The police were called in to sort out the mess,
And the whole sorry tale was revealed by the press,
The Rescue Society was really annoyed,
So, the dog was rehomed--and the owners destroyed.




Tax deductible donations can be made through CABRA, earmarked for Tundra Shepherd Rescue.  Donations are made payable to CABRA Inc. and mailed to The Coalition of All Breed Rescue of Arizona,
P.O. Box 7264, Phoenix, AZ. 85011-7264

On behalf of all of the animals this will help and the staff of Tundra Shepherd Rescue/AZ, thank you!

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DUFFY

His DOB is 2/13/03. Presently he weighs 85 pounds and stands almost 6' tall on back legs. His grandfathers were both 98% wolf and GSD. He loves a human that will give him lots of loving, hugs and kisses. He sleeps on my bed next to me every night and rides very nicely in the Suburban. He also goes to the various "off leash" dog parks to play. He would love a male human to spend his life with and be around as much as possible.
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Don't Breed Or Buy While Homeless Animals Die
ADOPT AND SAVE A LIFE !!
Duffy suffers from terrible "separation anxiety" and needs his loving human to help him. With Duffy, it will take a commitment and lots of understanding to help him. But the result will be a wonderful companion that would love to go with you anywhere. I really love this big guy! 

Contact JOHN for more info.
WYAKIN

A very high content Wolfdog female, spayed and friendly. Loves sleeping on my bed and long walks on leash. Rides good. About 70 pounds and long body and legs.

Contact JOHN for more info.
He was one of my adoptions last year, but his family of humans went bad. He was abandoned and very despondent and I "repossessed" him. He is now VERY well behaved, does not vault the wall any more and needs a home. He is micro chipped, and free of Valley / tick fever and up to date on vaccinations. He presently lives in my pack of  9 "canines" and sleeps on my bed at night. He also has a beautiful haunting "singing" voice. He is not possessive and eats along side two other much larger males with no problems.

Contact JOHN for more info.
WULFFIE 

He is mostly Mex. Gray Wolf, about 55 pounds, (was) a (very) skilled fence vaulter, completely house trained, loves small furry mammals, (he lived in his last home with a JRT (female) and a Chihuahua (male).

If none of the animals here interest you PLEASE visit one of the shelters in your area.  So many people tell me "but it's so sad to go to one of those" my reply is always "that's the reason you need to go" in most cases the animals you see in rescues are "safe" unlike shelter dogs and cats who are on a waiting list to die. 

PLEASE VISIT YOUR LOCAL SHELTER