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Adoption Procedure

    Please complete an adoption application in order to start the process. 

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    You can mail, FAX, or e-mail the application to Quixote Humane.

    A home visit and references are required prior to adoption.

    A visit with the dog prior to adoption may be scheduled after the home visit.

    If you have questions please call (505) 869-2397  

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Samuel Adams

Estimated Birthday: April 14 2012

Sammy  was one of our success stories in 2014, but after more than a year, the other dogs in the family never really accepted him, and his adopters had to return him to Quixote Humane, as required by our adoption agreements.

An unbelievably attentive and agile little guy that adores people, Samuel Adams “Sammy” is an incredible Miniature Pinscher mix with natural ears and tail.  At just under 9 pounds this sweet guy will climb a ten foot wire fence - not to get away but to get to you! He is fabulous with the other foster dogs, but prefers the company of people; men, women, and children. His sleek coat is low maintenance, his size is super portable and his attitude is endearing.

Because he is athletic and has high energy he will do best in an active home. He wants so much to please he should do well in obedience and possibly agility course work. Besides that he is just plain adorable! He will only be placed in a home with high, solid walls like wood, adobe or cinder block.

Sammy has been neutered, microchipped, is current on vaccinations, given a dental, on heartworm preventative and uses a dog door. This little boy is five star rated as a companion by his foster family.



Estimated Birthday: February 24, 2012

It was a tough time adjusting for this sweet boy. Skipper was found abandoned in a wire cage, with his little buddy Gilligan, on the side of the road in El Cerro Mission. Very underweight with a respiratory infection it took a couple of weeks for us see his full potential. What a lover boy!!!

He was a little nervous, most likely he wasn’t used to having a calm, quiet and warm home. But he is quickly getting used to attention and lots of high quality food. He weighed just over six pounds when we rescued him, but now is at a good weight of seven pounds.

Skipper gets along with the other dogs in his foster home, but can be a bit resource guarding of his food bowl. He is piddle pad and crate trained, knows how to use the dog door when it is available to him. And craves attention, but is content to burrow into his blankets. He will be a wonderful addition to a loving family.

Skipper is neutered, vaccinated, microchipped, on heartworm preventative, and has had a dental. A sweetheart looking for a family that appreciates a small dog with a big heart and lots of love to give.  


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501(c )(3) tax-exempt public charity. 

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