Hi there! My name is Addy and I am just about a year old. My foster family says I’m a cattle dog mix, but I’m not real sure what that means. I love to play with my three foster brothers, even when they are not interested in playing back!

My foster mom sometimes calls me a pest, whatever that is.

A nice man found me hiding in the cemetery in Tucson and gave me to a very nice lady to try to find my original people. I don’t know what happened to them or where they are, and I was really missing them and scared, living in the cemetery alone. I had no collar or tags, and no microchip, so she couldn’t trace my steps back to my family. The lady contacted the folks at ACDR and whoosh! I was off on another adventure with new folks and, as it turns out, a house full of cattle dogs to play with! I hit the jackpot, for sure.

I adore people and I really need the companionship of another dog as I grow into a confident young lady. You see, all that losing my family and hiding in the cemetery stuff made me very unsure and, frankly, needy for companionship. I’m a lot better now, but I want to have another dog, oh, and people, too!

Addy is fully vetted, spayed, microchipped, house trained as well as crate trained. She would do best in a home with folks who are there more than gone for the day. An ideal setting for her would be where her person worked from home and there must be canine companionship in the home.

Addy is currently being fostered in Rio Rico.

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.