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|Rescue Me ID: 14-10-29-00049Lucky (male)|
Male Mix DoB: Approx - 20 Sept 2012 Neutered Rabies DHPP Heartworm Neagative Micro-chipped De-wormed Weight: Approx 70 pounds LUCKY is a big old softy, he is one of the most laid back dogs I have ever met. Even when I have treats out he just hangs back and just waits until the other dogs have stopped all crowding round me and I take the treat to him for being so good. LUCKY can be a little apprenhensive going to new places and so he will need some patience and positive reinforcement when going to new places for the first time, but once he has been there a while he settles into his laid back demeanor. Although laid back, LUCKY of course LOVES to play with the other dogs, he plays with toys and he wrestles and rolls around with the other dogs. He has not ever shown any sign of aggression, he eats and lives with all the other dogs of all ages and sizes. LUCKY does use a dog door and hasn't had any accidents, however, in his new home he would need to adjust to being on a new routine with a new family and would also need to learn how to let you know he needs to go outside. We use Paws Without Borders to transport these wonderful dogs from the rescue in south Texas to loving homes on the West Coast. The next transport is filling up fast, so get your application in now for this special hunk! Go to www.giveadogahome-sanantonio.org and complete an application! Adoption fee includes tranport cost. (Less)
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Multnomah County Portland, OR MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 14-10-10-00119Kirsa (female)|
Kirsa has been mostly an outside dog, although, she would love to move into the house and be apart of the family. The environment that she came from simply couldn't take care of her needs and chose to do what is best for her and find her a new home. I am her trainer and have taken responsibility for finding the right home for her. Kirsa is learning her basic obedience skills and is getting better with her social skills. Loud, fast moving children scare her and she tries to run away from them, so a home with gentle, respectful older children only. Some adults make her worried and she will bark and run away. This is a behavior that I have been working with her on and she is getting better. She is inquisitive about cats but not aggressive. Would do best in a home with at least one other dog. There is an adoption process for anyone interested in Kirsa. Home inspection and interview with all family members required. Possibly an overnight or weekend trial to see if she adjusts without any problems. Southern Oregon adoption only! Don't get me wrong, she is a wonderful dog and will make whoever adopts her very happy. She simply has not been away from her original owner other than me and I will do what ever it takes to make her transition into a new life as easy as possible for her and her new family. Follow up training available if needed. I get a tremendous amount of calls, texts and emails every day between my job and my rescue animals that are online. Texting will getting a quicker response but PLEASE if I have not responded back to you in a 24 hour period text me again and again if needed. I am not against being nagged at. I DO NOT intentionally ignore anyone. If you truly want to know if you and Kirsa are right for each other then keep texting and/or emailing. calling will just waste your time. I look forward to meeting all of you. ONE MORE THING, if you do not live in Southern Oregon please don't waste my time by contacting me. I absolutely will NOT adopt her out to anyone outside of Southern Oregon (Grants Pass, Medford, Ashland, Cave Junction, Sunny Valley, Merlin area) (Less)
Josephine County Grants Pass, OR 97527 MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 14-09-16-00214Chico (male)|
Chico has had a bad start in life but is bouncing back very nicely. He loves to play and seems to have a endless amount of energy. He would be great for an active family who likes to hike, swim etc. AS you can see he looks like a Pit bull however he is large. he is about 30 inches at the shoulder and is about 75 lbs. he is only 18 months of age so he is still growing. Chico is a very loving dog and with the proper training will make a great family pet. For further info please contact me.
Josephine County Grants Pass, OR MAP IT!
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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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