Tahoe Tails — Adoptable Pets in South Lake Tahoe


Rhomi is back as our featured pet at the animal shelter in Meyers. She was adopted, but returned because the fence at the house was not strong enough for her. 

She is a very nice 3-year-old girl who loves to play at the dog park and go for hikes. She has lived with children and is very affectionate, and is house trained and crate trained.

Her photo shows her modeling her Gentle Leader walking collar. With it she does not pull on the leash and shows she is very trainable. Rhomi cannot go home with cats.

Rhomi is spayed, microchipped, tested for heart worm, and vaccinated. She is at the El Dorado County Animal Services shelter in Meyers, along with other dogs and cats who are waiting for their new homes.

Go to the Tahoe animal shelter’s Facebook page to see photos and descriptions of all pets at the shelter. 

Call 530.573.7925 for directions, hours, and other information on adopting a pet. 

For spay-neuter assistance for South Tahoe residents, go online

— Karen Kuentz

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    Comments (2)
    1. Steven says - Posted: April 16, 2018

      Can’t Animal Control post photos elsewhere than facebook ?

    2. Karen Kuentz says - Posted: April 16, 2018

      Pets that are available at the Meyers animal shelter also are posted on petharbor.com and petfinder.com. the County’s Animal services Web site has information on adopting pets from the shelter.

      I am a volunteer at the shelter and provide these weekly posts in the Lake Tahoe News to raise awareness of the great pets that are available for adoption.