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
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.
Sophie (formerly Mystic) - Renae took Sophie just before Thanksgiving and is happy to report that Sophie has bonded well with their black Lab. There is a large yard where the dogs play and there have been short walks on the leash as well. Renae found Sophie on the Internet and went to pet adoption day at the mall to meet her.
Jackson (formerly Gunner) - Mel (whose real name is Mary Ellen but a baby brother years ago couldn't say more than Mel) reports that Jackson is doing so wonderful, is house trained and has not chewed anything. Mel went on to say, "Jackson walks on a leash like a prince. He is just awesome."
Tank - Robin says Tank is doing great and is an amazing dog. He felt right at home from the start and is a really good boy. The few scars he had have been covered by hair and he got his last puppy shot the first of December. Tank loves his bones and his puppy chow, and he gets along well with their other older dog.