Lobo was brought in because the owner has too many dogs. He will try to get your attention when he needs to go outside and has lived with other dogs. Lobo is a bit shy and afraid of children so far. He is described as very gentle but is "food protective" with other dogs.
Ray Jay was brought in because his owners lived too close to the road. He has lived with chickens, dogs, geese, cats and livestock. He is described as playful, friendly and energetic. Ray Jay is friendly and playful with children and afraid of car rides. Ray Jay is a very loving dog who loves lots of attention. He loves to be brushed and loved on.
Bucky was brought in because his owners lived too close to the road. He has lived with chickens, dogs, geese, cats and livestock. He is described as playful, friendly and energetic. Bucky is friendly and playful with children and afraid of car rides. Bucky is a fun outgoing dog. He loves to go on walks and seems happier with another dog. Bucky likes to get brushed but is a very smart boy so he knows how to walk the property fence and find a way out.
Tullulah is a sweet girl. She is a little timid but seems to love people. We are taking applications for her. Once it is time we will go over all of the applications and pick first qualified application for their personality and needs.
Max was adopted yesterday but brought back because of some aggression he was having at the home. They said he was not good with their other dogs or their children. We need a home for Max who is willing to get a behaviorist if that is what is needed. We would rather a home with no small children. While here we only seen aggression with Max while trying to load him in a travel crate. He has done well on walks and with the people coming in to meet with him. His original owner gave us this information: Max has lived with sheep, goats, dogs, chicken and cats. He enjoys car rides and loves being loved on. Max will chase cars if given the opportunity and doesn't like his tail messed with. He is described as a wonderful dog who will also give hugs.
Candy was brought in because her owner does not have time for her. They said she behaves when left alone and goes to the door when she needs to go out. Candy is crate trained and has lived with cats and dogs. She enjoys car rides and is friendly and playful with children.
Carmella was brought in because her owner does not have time for her. They said she behaves when left alone and goes to the door when she needs to go out. Carmella is crate trained and has lived with cats and dogs. She enjoys car rides and is friendly and playful with children.
Louie graduated from the New Leash on Life program. While in the program he learned to walk on a leash with manners and was trained to potty outside. He was adopted straight out of the program then returned when the adopters health declined. The adopter says that he will go potty inside if left alone. She said he is temperamental with children. So we think Louie is better in a home with no small children. While in training he lived with four other dogs and did pretty well with them. He would be great in a home with someone who likes to take long walks or hikes or someone with a fenced yard.
Zena was adopted as a puppy and brought back because the landlord no longer allows pets. She knows commands sit, stay, come, down and off. Zena behaves when left alone at home and barks when she needs to go out to potty. She has lived with both cats and dogs and wants a loving family. She is afraid of thunder and loud noises.
Linux is a fun boy who needs a job. Linux has lived with other dogs but is afraid of children. He is crate trained and is afraid of strangers. Linux will nip heels of new people and we fill this is just part of his breed. He is house trained and is used to a quiet household.