Four Corners Animal League
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Taos, New Mexico - 575-751-0150 - 501(c)3 Non-profit
Helping Creatures Without A Voice






























Honey’s Story

HONEY – a Pyrenees mix, was abandoned in a remote house with a cat as her only companion. When rescued, she was malnourished, suffering from a tooth infection, and was very shy and fearful. Under the care of Four Corners Animal League, she was soon spayed, but unfortunately suffered a blood clot to her spinal cord during surgery. This resulted in paralysis of both hind limbs.
With time, and a lot of therapy, she has continued to recover strength in her legs and is in good general health. She does, however, still require special boots to help her clear her back feet and place them flat on the ground. With these assistive devices, she is able to walk well and run. Honey is now socialized, confident and happy. She gets along with male dogs and some females.
Honey now needs someone who can be a constant companion, and continue regular exercise and training with her. She has the potential to be a very good therapy dog.
If you are interested, contact information is below.






Stories like these give great satisfaction to
Four Corners Animal League volunteers. 

Meet Nelson
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Hello. My name is Nelson. I live with my new family now in Concord, Massachusetts, Ali, Tommy, Patrick, Mom, Dad, and my dog friends Mugsy and Molly. I have lived here for about a year now. Before that I lived with my old family, my saver Megan Bowers, and all my dog and animal friends at her house. more

Meet Sandy
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"Sandy lived on an Indian Reservation and had several brothers and sisters who were all starving. Sandy would come by my work every day and I would feed her. She was very shy and never would let me get close enough to touch her. One weekend I was off work and got a call from a co-worker  more

Meet Cymry
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I would like to share our experience and feelings about the process of adapting "Cymry". After the whole family decided that I needed a dog, based on the statement that I really missed "Dinky" and "Beast". Also, I said I neither needed nor wanted anything material for Christmas, more

Meet Mona
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"Mona turned up wondering and leary of all human contact in Carson. Locals began feeding her and she made friends with an elderly male German Shepherd cross, she gradually became more trusting and allowed herself to be petted. She eventually came into hear and was protected by more her old friend until more