Circle L Ranch Animal Rescue & Sanctuary in Prescott Valley, Arizona, is one of the largest shelters in the U.S. Overflowing with animals, we're home to dogs, horses, goats, geese, sheep, chickens and a rooster. Many of these animals were rescued from County facilities or the Humane Society—literally a day away from euthanasia. Many will find new homes but those not suitable for adoption will live out their lives at this sanctuary. Read more
Awesome time had by all as shown in the photos. We had 110 bowlers using 22 of the 24 lanes, and yes, there were several cheerleaders too. The funds raised for the ranch exceeded our expectations! We saw many new faces this time but many were returnees from last year's event.
Darby (now Marley) - According to Dusty, Marley is doing great! Dusty said he had been looking for a Jack Russell Terrier and he received a phone call from Liz Stegmeir (Manager, Circle L Canine Division) informing him they had a Jack Russell Terrier mix. That's how Marley got her new home.
This is Simone, she went to her forever family on March 14th . She is going to have a little girl to watch over and play with everyday. Happy Tails Simone!
I just wanted to say "Thank You" for finding me a new Mommy and Daddy. They are the best. I get lots of attention and they really love me! My mom bought me a nice bed but I love to sleep on their bad bed and they let me.
Cindy said when she and her husband, Pat, visited Circle L they were looking for one small dog. Then they heard Little Bit, Bubba and Dilbert referred to as the "Three Muskeeters" by the Ranch staff and felt they should keep the "gang" together. Dante, however, kept following Pat and wagging his tail showing he was anxious to please, too, so Pat suggested they also take that little guy.
Snoopy (now called Titus) - Chris said his kids had been wanting a dog and they began checking a number of shelters on various websites. It seemed that Circle L Ranch kept coming up so they went out to the Ranch on December 28 and adopted Titus.
Otis - John's first words were that Otis is "doing quite wonderfully." They saw Otis on one of the websites and when they went to the Ranch to meet him, the first thing Otis did was "hug" his son and that was that. It appears that Otis is a very affectionate dog.