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|Rescue Me ID: 16-07-28-00320Sweetie (female)|
What is wrong with Sweetie? Nothing! What a doll. She is an easy going, easy pleasing lady- gets along with other dogs- although low ones to the ground make her nervous is they are yappers. I presumed she was dumped as no one came to claim her in a month. Currently in foster living with a pit and senior shepherd, some itty bitty foster kitties and has gently kissed some bunnies, she is potty trained and lovely on a leash. She is an easy going lady-. She will take a quick romp through the grass- and then just a easy going stroll is enough for her. At first- I though perhaps she had cancer, as she came flea infested, with a nasty bleeding boils sized thing on her arm and her skin was pink and irritated. Vet says- was just an infected sore- which is healing up nicely. On antibiotics her skin is creamy clear now. She loves a gentle bath! Heartworm negative- and we assume spayed as she has a scar- but it is rather long-and could be from a c-section of old- so we would want to be sure to watch if she would go into heat. If it is found that this is not a spay scar- You would sign an agreement which will be vigorously followed up on- to have her spayed. Please tell me about you, your family, your expectations, and what she can expect from you! If you don't- don't be offended- but I won't reply to your inquiry. Tell me where you are from; she is in Grants Pass. A home check will be required and letter of reference from your vet is strongly encouraged and will have more weight in my decision when placed. She is not a lawn ornament or guard dog! She is smaller than a full Dane- This is not a shelter dog. (Less)
Josephine County Grants Pass, OR MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 16-07-26-00356Maxwell Macphail (male)|
Mack is a 10 year old gallant gentleman who has faced challenges this last few months. First care provider after surrender was not forthcoming about Mack; He was adopted to a young family with really small children- and one on the way. His size has knocked over the kids. He was with his original family most of his life- but unfortunately- had to make some life changes which didn't include this magnificent boy. He appears in relative good health- except for a few dime size patches of dry skin, so is now on grain free food. He gets along with most dogs- but not keen on dominant dogs; he does not like confrontation. He is an easy going boy- whose size he sometimes is not aware of- so really small children can be run over- with that said- really small children not encouraged. He does tend to bond with women more than men- but is happy with direction. He has a bit of a stubborn streak which we attribute to his life being upside down. He requires a calm family that is retired or works from home- as he gets anxious when alone, or family is who not gone much for periods of time- or then should be crated in xxxtra large crate for comfort- else-wise if left to his own devises will turn his bed or blankets into stuffing pieces. He is a sweet boy who needs to be reassured he won't continue to be bounced around. He is housebroken. Adopter should be aware- his life expectancy is unknown- as this breed typically does not have a long life span. He needs to experience his golden years with love and a devoted family. Please provide as much information as you can about you, your family and activities- as well as your expectations of Mack and what he can expect of you; if you don't, - without apology, I will not reply to inquiry. (Less)
Josephine County Grants Pass, OR MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 16-07-08-00417Brutus (male)|
Brutus is a fun, loving dog with a playful, goofy personality. Brutus is a very good boy and boy does he have some strength when he walks. He does not get in the garbage. He isn't a big fan of cats or the live stock. He loves to play with other dogs. He's great with kids. Hes a great little boy.
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|PIease Read Before Adopting a Great Dane in Oregon|
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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