Hali is one tough runner! We know she has been through quite a bit… having a foreign object removed from her back, a damaged tooth removed as well as getting rid of common parasites. Yet, that hasn’t seemed to faze her a bit! She’s a true cattle dog who needs someone who loves outdoor adventure as much as she does and who will be a strong, patient and firm leader. Hali can be bossy with other dogs, she is still working on her manners with others hence the need for an ACD/herding breed savvy person. She loves chasing after small game animals and cats, so it may be wise for her not to live with cats. She is great on leash and takes discipline well. She is anxious to begin her new life of adventure with her new family!
Hali is housebroken, crate-trained and fully vetted. She is currently located in Flagstaff, AZ
More about the AZ Tail Runner family….
Hali (Mother of the Pups), Sabi, Dorsey, Kelsey, and Slate. In early March, Hali and her 5 week old pups were found under an abandoned house in Gallup, NM and came to us for our TLC. Hali, 3-yrs old ACD, had quite a journey of her own, and we have no idea where she have been, what her life was like prior to coming to us. It is safe to assume that she and her pups had never been inside a home as they were wary of being in a home. The pups, ACD mix (dad?) now 5 months old, born sometime during the first week of February 2019. The pups are friendly to all people after warming up to you and they have not met any cats while in foster care. With proper introduction, they are friendly to all dogs. They all LOVE to go out on hikes/walks and they are great with their recalls! You must know that they are all fast learners and eager to please!
The first step to meeting any of our dogs is to submit an application. It in no way obligates you to adopt, it is simply part of our process. If the dog you are interested in is adopted before you can meet them or if we do not currently have a dog you are interested in we still encourage you to go through the approval process. Then you will be pre-approved and ready to adopt when a dog does come along that you are interested in.