People for Pets
by Tracy Press
Oct 25, 2006 | 532 views | 0 0 comments | 6 6 recommendations | email to a friend | print

Honey is a sweet, young mixed-breed dog. She’s less than a year old and very playful — but a little timid. She has been crate-trained but is still working on being housebroken.

Honey gets along well with dogs and cats. She likes to snuggle and is very friendly. Honey is spayed and up to date on all vaccines.

• People for Pets has other dogs and cats ready for adoption. For information: 933-6274 or or stop by the adoption fairs at PetSmart, 2477 N. Naglee Road, between 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. Saturdays.

Desi is a year-old female hound-shepherd mix who is available for adoption at Tracy Animal Shelter. Also available are a young-adult male Lab and several cats and kittens. The shelter needs donations of cardboard flats (for litter pans) and dry kitten food. The shelter is at 370 Arbor Road. Hours are noon to 5:30 p.m. Tuesday through Sunday. For information: 831-4DOG.

Ellie is a 9-week-old Queensland heeler mix. She’s had her first vaccine. She is very smart and learns things quickly and — besides a home — she just needs some basic puppy socialization classes.

She’s a herding breed, so she’ll do better with children older than 5. She’ll bark at other dogs at first sight, but she’s good with them after she’s introduced. She does very well with cats.

She is a dominant female at her young age. She’ll make a great pet for an active family or for a family with a companion dog for her to play with all the time. She’ll be a medium-sized dog when she’s fully grown. The best thing about Ellie She loves to kiss and fall asleep in your arms. Animal Rescue of Tracy is a non-profit, all-volunteer rescue group. Its weekly pet adoption fairs are from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sundays at Petsmart, 2477 N. Naglee Road. The group’s cats/kittens can be found at Petsmart’s Adoption Center; the dogs and puppies are shown on Sundays only. Members will make arrangements during the week to show animals in rescue. To leave a message: 546-1517.

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