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|Rescue Me ID: 17-08-10-00013Taylor (female)|
Taylor has to be re-homes due to some personal issues wither her owner. She will be two in November. Taylor is partially deaf, but knows a few simple hand commands. She is housebroken and loves kids. She gets excited around small dogs and cat so would probably do best in a home without either. Her owner will re-home for free. She just wants her to go to a good home. She is located in Gold Beach Oregon.
Curry County Gold Beach, OR 97444 MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 17-07-15-00421Blue (male)|
Blue is a 117 pound gentlman who will bond very easily and quickly. He always know he is not a little boy-; he loves your couch, your bed and traveling in the car. Although he has gotten along well with other dogs- he is probably best to be the king of his kingdom being the only furry friends. He is eager to please and potty trained. Because of his size- small children are probably not the best fit. A mature couple is the order of the day. There are some who do not like the following criteria; I am not sorry- as it is my prerogative to set the parameters of this placement. Most people who are interested have no problem. But, it you are one of the few that take offense-, Go no further. Please tell me about you, your family, other pets, yard, own or rent; your expectations of your new pooch, what pooch can expect from you! Please provide this information and city in which you live with contact phone number. This is not a first come first serve placement. The objective is to find the perfect home for pooch and family. If you do not provide requested information- please do not expect a reply to your inquiry. Please provide your email to which I can respond and phone number for serious inquiries. Be prepared to provide photos of your immediate fenced yard or your intentions if not fenced- and of your family living room area with a selfie. Many of the dogs that come to me are placed in foster and I am entrusted to find the best homes. There is a reasonable fee to cover foster care and medical and sometimes to pay forward to other dogs in need of extra. I take the placement of dogs under my charge very seriously- so please only inquire if interested. Your first question should not be 'how much'- it should be, 'what can I offer to ensure a happy forever life'. Although I am a volunteer for our local animal shelter and help finding shelter dogs great homes, this placement is a private adoption not affiliated with our local animal shelter. (Less)
Josephine County Grants Pass, OR MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 17-07-08-00218Iko (male)|
Iko loves to kiss your chin, get belly rubs and neck massages, chase balls, chew bones and nap on any place soft. He's a great companion on a walk or run - great leash skills --- unless he sees another dog he wants to play with, he will need more training to respond without pulling and barking. He is large powerful animal, but our sons can control him well with a nose lead. He is house and kennel trained. He happily curls up in his kennel for our work hours with a bone, but he's a large active dog who loves to be exercised and then sleep it off. He came to his foster home from a family who had to surrender him because they had a new baby and couldn't give him the time and attention he needed. He never showed aggression around the small child. In our foster family, Iko plays well with his foster dog bros and our older children (early teens). He is eager to learn and is ready to please his forever family. His forever family should have time to love and care for him, a fenced backyard, NO CATS and perhaps be familiar with the Shepherd breed. His loyalty, desire to be useful and activity levels are very German Shepherd-like. He has one birth defect, one of his front legs has a reversed ulna bone. It doesn't stop his activity and the vet just recommends keeping Iko at a healthy weight to minimize issues as he ages. (Less)
Washington County Beaverton, OR MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 17-07-03-00173Ranger (male)|
Ranger is a big sweet baby. Absolutely loves kids. Potty trained. Ok on leash. Please email or text only as we are located in a bad service area
Linn County brownsville, OR 97327 MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 16-11-02-00014KLIF (male)|
Love big cuddly dogs? Klifford has lived most of his life in a riverbed as the companion of a homeless man. His bond with his owner was very strong, but unfortunately Klifford's owner was not able to keep him. Klifford is sweet, sensitive, and very smart. He loves playing ball and he has a fascination with sticks (probably the only toys he had to play with when he in the riverbed).He loves other dogs and prefers to be around fairly mellow dogs that like to play. It's clear that the homeless lifestyle had led Klifford to be a little protective of his people and he usually just needs to be reassured and offered a treat and then he's happy. Klifford walks well on leash, knows his basic commands, and though he's never lived in a home seems to be potty trained. His previous owner must have played very rough with him, because he can be playfully protective of his toys and doesn't know he is a big boy. He's probably not a good candidate for a home with really young kids, and would do best with a family that can keep him busy. Klifford is definitely a mixed breed, about 90 lbs, in great health and really needs a loving home of his own. We will transport all over PNW. https://youtu.be/NbzA8ZmxH8g (Less)
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Great Dane Dogs can make good pets in Oregon 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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