Update: Desert Breeze was adopted on March 13th!
When this precious boy got very ill with the deadly parvo virus, his previous owners should have rushed him into emergency care at an animal hospital.
Instead, they abandoned him in a dog park, putting more unsuspecting dogs at risk too.
We rescued him (and named him Desert Breeze), and had extensive medical care provided for him at the Dewey Veterinary Medical Center. Fortunately, he pulled through and made a full recovery.
[To help save the lives of dogs like Desert Breeze who need emergency medical care, please donate online at Nevada SPCA's primary web site.]
Today, Desert Breeze debuts for adoption!
He is an affectionate, super cute, and frisky youngster, most likely a Chihuahua mix, now neutered and just a year of age.
Desert Breeze enjoys other dogs and he seems drawn most to people with soft voices.
Please visit and ask for him by name.