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|Rescue Me ID: 14-04-13-00370Angie (female)|
Angie is a 1 to 2yr old spayed female Lab/ Dane/ Hound mix. Angie is very affectionate and is trying so hard to please us. All she really wants is to be a loved companion. She is learning some good manners and is enjoying the time we spend with her. She is going to be a wonderful family pet. She is fine with children and other dogs. We do not currently have a cat so we have been unable to test her with them. She is up to date on shots and wormed. She is already spayed. The adoption fee is $100. If interested in meeting this cutie, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call the foster at 419-591-6621.
Heritage Farms Animal Rescue
Henry County Liberty Center, OH Ohio MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 14-04-01-00419Duke (male)|
Prince Duke, then known as Hank was posted on Rescue Me Ohio from Fairfield County, Ohio. From that one post, a Kingdom was born, Royalty Dog Rescue, with Prince and Princesses, Queens and Kings, and over 100 dogs rescued and adopted. Duke, was originally taken from his owner as he was a bait dog for fighting dogs, was malnourished, and neglected. We are pleased to announce that Duke is finally ready to be adopted and is looking for his furever Kingdom! Duke has been neutered, is heartworm negative, current on his shots, and is all healed from his wounds. He will most likely never have hair grow back in on some spots, but, that is all part of his charm! Duke is great with other dogs, cats, children and is hosuebroken. He can still be nervous when placed on a leash, and he will need an adopter that is understanding of his past. Duke has never been aggressive, he was just afraid and shy. To learn more about Duke, please visit our wen site www.royaltydogrescue.com Duke's adoption donation is $100.00 (Less)
Royalty Dog Rescue
828 N Walnut Street
Tuscarawas County Dover, OH 44622 MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 14-03-29-00417Max (male)|
In January, my family and I rescued a young puppy from an abusive home. He was kept locked in a tiny cage that he could not stand up or move in, zapped with an e-collar for fun, and the owner's boyfriend had decided to take Max out and shoot him to get rid of him. We couldn't just leave him to that fate, so we took him in. Our intent was always to find him another home, but so far we have been unable to do so. We already have 7 dogs of out own, and this guy is just too much for us right now. Max is actually a pretty good dog. He has a good disposition and doesn't seem to have any emotional damage from his earlier life. He does have some pretty noticeable limb and joint issues from his previous cage, although I suspect that at least some of that will correct itself as soon as he can run around and build up some decent muscle on his legs. He learns slowly, he's not the brightest, but he tries real hard and he does eventually learn. He is a big goofy puppy that will be a sweet and snuggly lap dog when he grows up and calms down. He gets along great with all of our other dogs and has been to doggy day-care a handful of times without incident. We have gotten his weight up (he was emaciated), front-lined him once, and wormed him. We have also given him bordatella and parvo/distemper shots. (Less)
Licking County Glenford, OH MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 14-03-05-00101Cooper and Max (male)|
This adoption listing is for two dogs. They cannot be separated. They are brothers and were a litter of 8. All puppies, except these two, died due to illness from neglect. We adopted them from a local organization. They have been wonderful dogs and were better than we expected them ever to be. They do well with low or high activity level. As long as they have somewhere to sprint approximately 30 minutes a day they are happy. They can be taken to large wooded areas and do not leave your side. They come when called and are very obedient. However, dominance needs to be established with them. Our son was born in March last year. They have been great with him until he started crawling. Max is perfect with our son, dog on the right. Cooper, dog on the left, has been displaying dominance issues with our son. We would like to spend the time and work with him, but our daycare takes place at our home and we both work. Cooper and Max are great with older kids. I would say five and up. My nephews 7 and 12, have a blast with them. There have never been any issues with my nephews. We were so surprised at this happening we still cannot believe it. If you have any further questions. Feel free to call or email me. They are three years old. Hold weight around 90 pounds. Max is a little less usually around 80. They are both very intelligent, patient and learn very quickly. They are very alert and are perfect watch dogs. They alert us to everything. (Less)
Cuyahoga County lakewood, OH MAP IT!
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|Rescue Me ID: 14-01-29-00233Egypt (female)|
We have a Great Dane named Egypt who needs to find a loving for ever home. She is 3 years old and has been with us since birth. There are a lot of pro's & con's in our situation which I will list below. We love her dearly and we have never had to part with one of our animals before as they are OUR kids. Egypt will do best in a home where she is the only large dog. She gets along great with our Chihuahua and for a short period of time a small Rat Terrier puppy who I found wondering and we took him in until arrangements were made to have him fostered. She has never been around young kids, only pre-teens which she did fine with and loved them. We have a Great Dane named Egypt who needs to find a loving forever home. She is 3 years old and has been with us since birth. We love her dearly and we have never had to part with one of our animals before as they are OUR kids. We have found ourselves in a situation where we are now unable to be good dog owners. We are moving out of the area and would need to fly her to join us, but she will not fit in the largest kennel there is. Our other option would be to spend thousands on kennel and flying cargo. That is not an option for us. The funds are not there to fly her as we already have the expenses to fly our other 3. Last year, we tried to find a rescue who would take her in but did not have any luck with that. Mainly due to the fact she does not get along with other large dogs. We have lived with a lot of dog aggression turmoil in the past 2 years due to her aggression with our other 2 Great Danes. It has not made a happy home and we are now in a position where in the next couple weeks she will be taken to the animal shelter. I want to use these next couple weeks to at least reach out again to rescues and my LAST resort of posting on Craigslist to try and find her a great home. I am afraid if she is taken to an animal shelter they will not take the time to understand Egypt's likes & dislikes and will be put to sleep. Egypt will do best in a home where she is the ONLY large dog or even better the ONLY dog. She gets along great with our Chihuahua and for a short period of time a small Rat Terrier puppy who I found wondering and we took him in until arrangements were made to have him fostered. She has never been around young kids, only pre-teens which she did fine with and loved them. If you think you could offer Egypt a loving forever home, please reply to the ad. If you think that you are able to help our situation or help find her a home or foster, please reply to the ad. If you are planning on replying and not offering either of these, please keep your comments to yourself. Below are some of things about Egypt. The Good & the not so good. The Good - Very intelligent - Loves attention - Will follow you around and stay connected to you if you let her - Enjoys walks & car rides - Loves to empty her toy basket and play with every single toy - Enjoys squeaking toys, talking toys that she can press to make sounds, throwing toys in the air and playing by herself or with someone - She is very talkative & vocal - Loves to run around and play for what seems like hours - Understand sit, lay down, & some stay - She will throw her paw at you as soon as she sits (Never grasped the understanding of 'Paw') - Protective and a good guard dog The not so good - Does not like big dogs - Food aggressive - Toy aggressive - Attention aggressive - Aggressive is bones are around - no chew bones allowed in the house - Timid around things she does not know or understand - Shy with new people - Does not do well being left inside the house without a potty break every couple hours - She is not spayed - We will help pay for this before she goes to a forever home! No Breeding! - Was heartworm positive & has been on Heartguard as a slow kill method for over almost a year - No behavior training (Less)
Cuyahoga County Cleveland, OH MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 13-10-27-00161Artis (male)|
This goofy boy is a lot of fun. He is looking for his forever home!He had a rough start to life but is more than ready to start over with the perfect forever family... could that be you??
Mercy's Door Pet Rescue, Inc.
Ashland County Greenwich, OH MAP IT!
|Animal ID: DahliaDahlia (female)|
Darling Dahlia was dumped at a high kill shelter while pregnant. After seeing her picture, we couldn't let her stay there and face a certain death. A pregnant momma and her pups do not have a future in a kill shelter. Dahlia had her pups while in foster care and this girl is now flourishing in a home environment. She loves kids and gets along well with other dogs. She's not too sure about cats yet. This sweet girl listens well to her humans and knows her basic commands. She's been through so much and would love to find a home of her own. I am heartworm tested, vetted, spayed/neutered and microchipped Please email email@example.com for an application Adoption fee: $175 (Less)
Adopt a Pit Rescue
Montgomery County Dayton, OH MAP IT!
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Great Dane Dogs can make good pets in Ohio if they match your IifestyIe. The Great Dane is an enormous, but extremely gentle breed often referred to as the Gentle Giant. Great Danes are kind, loyal, and sociable. They need to be around people. Great Danes are gentle, devoted, and wonderful with children, but should be supervised with little ones because of their large size. Great Danes should be well trained as puppies. Great Danes can live in an apartment with enough daily exercise but do best with a large yard.
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