What a busy weekend. Reunited are the very well behaved shepherd mix, and Grizzly, the pom-poo. We are so happy that you are both safe and home.

Adopted is our very special and so loved little Bruce, the Chihuahua that was dumped at the Transfer Station with Dozer and Ladybug. Paws up to you, little man. We love you.


Bella, the Anatolian shepherd/Aussie-mix and her sister Sophia, are a two-for-one-package. They absolutely love each other. Both are about 10 months old and eager to play and learn. Ready to be adopted, they are a bit shy but have no problem remembering how to do the tail wag. They are learning how to walk on the leash. What a great addition to your family.

Tippycanoe seems to be a bit shy for the camera this week, so Tyler II decided to give his best pose. Maybe Tippy thought she needed freshening up to look her best for her audience. No need to meow over spilled milk, Tippy. You are cute as a button. Tyler is the typical big brother flying on all fours through the room, sliding to a quick stop only to flip a toy mouse or ball in the air. He can scale the cat tree in nothing flat, looking back only to make sure sister is watching his expertise.

Tyler II

On the other hand, these sisters are calm, cool and collected in the cat tree, in each other’s arms, as you see. Sadie and Carly are identical twin sisters with a 1-year birthday coming soon. Sadie is a bit shy, allowing Carly to take the lead. Together they make a great gift and addition to your home. Patience will be important to allow them to become adjusted. All they ask for is a cat tree and you.


Sandy can often be found dancing on just two legs for treats or at mealtime. Such a gentle Chihuahua-mix, she was the perfect mom for her brood. She has her girly figure back and is in search of a semi-quiet home. Sandy is good with other dogs, cats and people. She loves to walk on the leash and is our sun goddess. She will follow the sun and simply lay in the warmth. Surely you have a piece of the sun you would share with her.

We also have many dogs available on our website in assisted adoption.

ARF has many cats and dogs available for adoption or fostering. Go to www.arfidyllwild.weebly.com and click on Petfinder. All pets are spayed, neutered and current on shots. ARF is open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturdays and from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sundays.

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