Tag: Pet of the Month

Pet of the Month: Sadie

Jim Ellison Hi! I’m Sadie. My mom and dad, Sandy and Michael Stephens, got me from Adorable Cocker Rescue. I was six and was given up, along with my brother Jack, because my family couldn’t care for us anymore. I have been with Mom and Dad for over four years, and I’m so happy now…

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Jack Be

Pet of the Month: Jack Be Jack Urban Jack Be was certified a therapy dog by the group Love on a Leash in 2016. He is a Shiba Inu that my family adopted back in 2015 after my father’s Shiba Inu passed away. My sister found him in Tucson as an owner surrender. When we…

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Meena

Jim Ellison Hi! My name is Meena, and I am five years old. I was born in Colorado and just made it through my third summer here. Wow, was it hot this year! I had to wait until after sundown to take my walks, which weren’t as long as normal. I had to wear my…

Pet of The Month: Brian’s Saga

Sue Ann Olsavicky One evening an ambulance came. As my mom was being taken away on a gurney, I ran outside. I spent the next few days roaming around but finally came home. My mom was really worried. She told me she was very sick and was no longer able to take care of me. She…

Pet of the Month: Rosie the Puggle

Jim Ellison, President Hi! My name is Rosie! I haven’t been a PebbleCreeker for very long. We moved here in November, 2019. My Mom, Sandy Miller, bought a golf cart to get around locally, and she takes me and my sister Cali for many outings. I haven’t met too many people yet because of the…

Pet of the Month: Meet Charlie Wilson

Charlie Wilson

This is a photo of me, Charlie Wilson, playing a game Sue made up called “Put Your Toys Away.” I knock little plastic disks into a box and she gives me a treat. It’s a dumb game, but she seems to think it’s cute and I like the treats so, whatever. I’m a three-year old…

Pet of the Month: Faith

Jim Ellison Hi! My name is Faith. I live with my adoptive parents, Jim and Margaret Gillespie. I was born on June 4, 2019, in Chino Valley near Prescott. My mom and dad had six puppies, but I never developed eyes, so I am blind. I am adapting to our house and I get around…