Can it get any cuter than this? ARF didn’t get Easter flowers this year. Instead, we got a black, fluffy Papillion/Chihuahua/cocker-mix. And so we named her Lily. She is about 6 months old and already earning As, in the form of treats, of course, in puppy training school. She loves to walk, is good in the car and, in between beauty naps, is all about playtime. She doesn’t mind other dogs and is inquisitive about the feline crowd. Lily would love to have her own wardrobe, too, as she will try on clothes for hours without a woof. Not a barker either. She will have her vet day this week, and she will be ready for that very special someone this weekend.
Ethel is ready to move on as long as she has a very active family or a young canine playmate to grow up with. This young girl is under age 1, and loves to play and run. She is a quick learner as she has already mastered sit and stay. Leash training was a piece of cake — or bone. Ethel is not a barker, unless she sees a feline. So no cats, please. Oh, and doggy door and house-trained, too. Grab your leash and start walking.
Here we have Lord Archibald (Archie) in the white and Lady Arabella (Bella) in the black. Lost, abandoned, dumped? They came in to ARF together and are very friendly. They are between 3 and 5 years old. Since they are so attached to each other, we believe they would love to stay together when adopted. We believe the Archie is an American Eskimo and Bella is a sheltie-mix.
We have several pets on our website in assisted adoption, also. Be sure to look us up on Facebook, too.
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.
Creature corner is sponsored in Memory of Mayor Max, this week. To sponsor the column, call Lisa Streeter at the Town Crier, 951-659-2145.