Ted - Australian Cattle Dog/Blue Heeler / Catahoula Leopard Dog Dog For Adoption
Mutt Dog For Adoption in Paso Robles, CA

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Organization Name: Central Coast Herding Dog Rescue
Location: Paso Robles, CA 93446
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Breed: Mutt
Gender: Female Female
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Ted

Color/Markings: Gray/Silver/Salt & Pepper with White
Availability Date: 06/04/2016
Location: Paso Robles, CA 93446
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Posted Breed: Australian Cattle Dog/Blue Heeler / Catahoula Leopard Dog. 2 yr., neutered, Cattle Dog /Catahoula Say 'hi' to Ted... quietly, he's nervous! Ted came here with his sister/mother, who knows, Tessa from the small Orange Cove Shelter. Sometimes you wish you knew a dog's story. How could they be SO messed up?! Ted is one of those dogs. He's fearful and under socialized. Been working with him, and experience has proven that they are all reachable. The kind of progress I'm grateful for, he sniffs other dogs, comes in to sleep on a dog bed of his own volition, housebroken, not terrified of me anymore, eats grass on walks... walks on a leash. I can touch him... I'm tellin' ya, it's the little things that are enormous with some of these guys! Ted needs a special adopter, one who might understand what Ted is going through. He could just be left alone to exist, but I would love to see him with someone that would touch him every day, take him on walks, expose him to things. This is when I've seen the most improvements. Exposure to everything! Immersion. Was a huge deal to even force him to sleep in a dog bed next to me! Once he did for a few days, he expected it! Routine is key! Dogs are incredible, you can reach them through routine. Still working and he has all the time he needs... Interested in talking about Ted? info@cchdrescxue.org Photos: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.1509331992616208.1073742005.1428374324045309&type=1&l=be51c20bc0 Central Coast Herding Dog Rescue, is a Rescue Alliance partner, a federally recognized 501(c)3 non profit organization, dedicated to finding great dogs, great homes. County of San Luis Obispo Animal Service Operating Permit #C2649 Thank you for reading about Ted, and thanks for considering rescue! Thank you for reading about Ted, and for considering rescue!

A.K.A. : A mongrel, mixed-breed dog
Overview: A mongrel, mutt, or mixed-breed dog, is a dog that is not the result of breeding within an existing breed or to modify or create a breed and belongs to no breed. In the United States, the term "mixed-breed" is a favored synonym over "mongrel" among many who wish to avoid negative connotations associated with the latter term. The implication that such dogs must be a mix of defined breeds may stem from an inverted understanding of the origins of dog breeds. Pure breeds have been, for the most part, artificially created from random-bred populations by human selective breeding with the purpose of enhancing desired physical, behavioral, or temperamental characteristics. Dogs that are not purebred are not necessarily a mix of such defined breeds. Therefore, among experts and fans of such dogs, "Mongrel" is still the preferred term.
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    • Australian Kelpie-Unknown Mix Dog For Adoption in Paso Robles, CA

      Duke

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      Breed: Australian Kelpie-Unknown Mix
      Sex: Male Male
      Age: Young
      Location: Paso Robles, CA
      Posted Breed: McNab / Australian Kelpie / Mixed (short coat). Duke, 2 yr., neutered, McNab / Kelpie, rescue (Paso Robles) He was fostered for a few months, no luck finding his owner.... found that weird because he was such a nice dog. Totally housebroken. Duke didn't figure out the dog door for a week. So he just held it until someone let him out. He's had plenty of opportunity to chew up slippers and belts, but he's perfect and trustworthy in my home. Doesn't shed either. Duke doesn't show herding tendencies. He's not mouthy in the least, as many herders like to "hold your hand". He did great with the pack upon integration. And here's what I have come to know about Duke: Readers digest version: He will need a strong savvy owner. Duke was not socialized properly as youngster and doesn't really understand appropriate behavior. He's a little insecure with new dogs. He stiffens and moves slowly while checking out new dogs. But it all goes away with some verbal correction from the pack leader. He's great on the pack walks. Comes when I blow the whistle, and runs to catch up when i walk another direction. Duke also walks well on leash. He gets along with cats. And he's great in the house. He is now neutered, vaccinated and micro-chipped. Now, here's the in depth explanation of Duke, after living with him for a few weeks: If you're looking at Duke, you chose an interesting dog. Not a no brainer. Been working with him. He came here pretty much thinking he can do what he wants. He did already have great house manners. Not knowing how to use a dog door (unbeknownst to me) I left him in the house for probably 14 hours at least. Weird day I had to run to San Jose and back, but I already knew Duke was a saint in the house. What I did not realize, he didn't "Monkey See Monkey do" he watched my dogs go in or out and didn't follow suit. Came home to a dog with his legs crossed! But no accidents or any destruction. I let him out and he peed for 5 minutes. I then taught him to use the dog door! So, that hurdle has been jumped. You can leave him in and trust, and he does now know how to use a dog door if you had one or put one in. Next; Duke is great on leash, no reactivity to urban situations, dogs on leash, strollers , bikes, skateboards, he's solid. And he's great off leash (always in on motorized vehicle areas, please). And that is a hurdle as well. Cleared. What I do see, is improper socialization, or he came out of the womb being an alpha male. He does fine with other alpha males in open environments, off leash or my yard, even in the van. But, there are times, and I can see it before it happens, if he meets another dog like himself, you see the slow walk, stiffening of the body, tail's up, ears high as can be, trying to be bigger than he is, then neck over the neck of the offender, and if you don't stop it verbally (which you can) he will give as good as he gets. I carry a stun baton at all times and the sound of it breaks up any unexpected crap, so I haven't have had a problem but anyone that is interested in Duke, needs to be aware and able to make that decision. At home, I generally don't kennel the dogs, they have to get along in one large yard. So I had been muzzling Duke while in the general population, and when isolated, take the muzzle off. He's realized the difference, which was my aim. Has changed his behavior. But his owner needs to know this and be prepared, it could happen. He is not a killer, but he can fight if he's with a dysfunctionally socialized dog. Off leash, meeting new dogs, he's quite laid back and polite. I do meet other dogs on the acreage we hike, and he actually runs to me afraid of the new dogs, so I know this is just bravado or insecurity when he fronts with new pack members. My pack continually revolves. Newcomers every week if not daily. With submissive or smaller males, or females, he is very nice. He's also been proven trustworthy around cats... Duke is respectful with humans, but there's a limit. You have to be fair. This is not a dog to be bullied. I'm careful with new dogs, taking them by the collar, I leash them up until I know them. I can muzzle Duke, with zero resistance. And something I do with dogs that don't get get along, is ground the dog that starts it. Meaning put them on their side like another dog would do. In grounding Duke, I made sure to have him muzzled first! I learned to do that when he growled at me the first time I went to put him on his side. This is to establish the dominant figure. They see me as another dog, and I have to be the biggest baddest dog at all times. Duke tried to challenge that. But as I said, I had a muzzle on him, so I listened to, and watched his protest, until he relaxed, and then let him up, only when I said it was alright for him to get up. This all sounds crazy I'm sure if you're not familiar with dog behavior. But it's working and he's gotten better every day. I won't adopt him out to anyone who isn't dog savvy enough to handle a dog like Duke. In his own home with a family or an owner, he's going to do great. He's learning basic do's and don'ts here. And I have had way worse dogs go on to great lives. This is simply full disclosure about a dog, that didn't get this early learning stuff like he should have. Now, if you'd like to talk further about this intelligent, handsome, and somewhat challenging guy, I'm happy to. This is all I can tell you about Duke. His saving grace, I must say, is his willingness to stick with me in the open, and his great manners indoors and out. he's not a barker, digger, not anxious, can be left alone, and all these things balance out the issues I have had to work with him on. Photos updated at: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.1829520500597354.1073742388.1428374324045309&type=1&l=f6697232f4 Adoption fee is $300, to cover vetting, transportation, micro-chip + registration. To download an application to meet Duke: http://cchdrescue.org/adoptionprocess.html or email: show contact info Central Coast Herding Dog Rescue, is a Rescue Alliance partner, a federally recognized 501(c)3 non profit organization, dedicated to finding great dogs, great homes. County of San Luis Obispo Animal Service Operating Permit #C2649 Thank you for reading about Duke, and thanks for considering rescue!
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    • Mutt Dog For Adoption in Paso Robles, CA

      Edison

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      Breed: Mutt
      Sex: Male Male
      Age: Senior
      Location: Paso Robles, CA
      Posted Breed: Australian Cattle Dog/Blue Heeler (short coat). Edison, 11 yr. neutered male Australian Cattle Dog This senior was picked up as a stray... even animal services in Ventura can't understand this one. The subject of the email that notified me of Edison's dilemma, said he was "AMAZING", and I see why. Edison is absolutely adorable. The photo by the Christmas tree, he was actually surrounded by other dogs at an adoption event. Not phased one bit. I know this guy... not personally, I know who he is. He's smart, mature, knows what is ok and what isn't. He's good with all other animals. He's a Heeler! From Ventura County Animals services: "He's incredibly smart, knows many commands -- including the high-five, as you can see. To meet this guy is to fall in love!!!!" Edison is neutered, current on vaccinations and micro-chipped. He's 59 lb, but we'll be working on reducing that figure. Good food (less of it) and some exercise! He loves his pack walks and unbelievably, he swims in the cold creek! Great off or on leash and can get in and out of the van on his own. He sleeps outside or in, and knows how to use the dog door. But I think he learned that here. Edison tolerates the goofy youngsters but, at his age, he'd rather not if he doesn't have to. Likewise, he'd be better with older children. If you're looking for some cool senior company, think about Edison. I want 2017 to be a fantastic year for this good ol' boy! To download an application to meet Edison: http://cchdrescue.org/adoptionprocess.html or email: info@cchdrescue.org Coast Herding Dog Rescue, is a Rescue Alliance partner, a federally recognized 501(c)3 non profit organization, dedicated to finding great dogs, great homes. County of San Luis Obispo Animal Service Operating Permit #C2649 Thank you for reading about Edison, and thanks for considering rescue!
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    • Border-Aussie Dog For Adoption in Paso Robles, CA

      Coco

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      Breed: Border-Aussie
      Sex: Female Female
      Age: Adult
      Location: Paso Robles, CA
      Posted Breed: Australian Shepherd / Border Collie / Mixed (medium coat). Coco's siblings were all adopted through CCHD Rescue, Molly, Margaret, Jimmy and Jake. Just under 4 years old, Coco is 1/2 Aussie 1/2 Border Collie. Please read what Lisa, caregiver to the humans that produced these dogs, and advocate for Coco and her siblings wrote about her: Her whelp date January 2013. - female - red (brown) and white. She is very petite at approximately 25 lbs. This little dog was not a favorite of the elderly couple who bred these dogs. She was the runt of the litter and said to not listen or since she was a pup. I feel she is vastly misunderstood. She is very intelligent, in my opinion, and small which is a problem because she seems to figure out how to squeeze out or crawl through every enclosure. She had been penned by herself far from others with little socialization. She has a growl like she is feral. It is not a typical dog growl. However, she has never tried to be aggressive with me. When I arrived I built a 16' x 52' pen and put Coco, two other females of approximate age and my neutered 10 month old male, Oliver. She did very well and because Oliver knows no strangers, wants only to play with everyone, he and Coco hit it off and have played for hours. Coco and Oliver love to wrestle and play in the small pool of water. They will play tag and tug-o-war. They are very with their front legs. When she first met me she wrapped her front legs around one of my upper thighs and she had to be peeled off. Coco still gets out of the enclosure and has to be moved to an enclosure she can't escape. I tried to put her in with Margaret & Molly and she stayed in a corner and growled if the others tried to come near. They cowered in one corner and she another divided by 12 feet of open ground. Then I moved her to a 6' x 16' enclosure that shared a side with Margaret & Molly. Once they had about a week of acquaintance time through the fence, I moved all three into the 16' x 52' pen with the other three to play. Coco wanted to play with Molly, but Molly cowered and tried to hide from the others. Coco didn't want to play with Margaret. On another occasion when I entered the enclosure to refresh the pool water, Coco grabbed my ankle with her teeth, but did not bite me or leave a mark. More like her natural herding instinct. Another time she jumped up and grabbed the flabby part of my upper arm and pinched it with her teeth. Again I don't believe that she was being aggressive but this is how she plays with Oliver. They grab each other and wrestle and maul each other. If I reach out to her with my hand, she licks and nips with her teeth, in more of a happy playful manner. She barks at cats and chickens, but sometimes I think she does it almost for "master approval". Because when I observe her through the window, she lets cats come in to her enclosure and lay next to her. If Molly and Margaret barked. There is a cat in your cage! Coco would chase it out. I observed Coco having a mild seizure 8/18/2016. Was outside feeding the cats and dogs and observed Coco, unable to stand with out losing her balance. She looked drunk and scared. I was able to console her, got her to relax and not try walking around. It passed. She had regular bowel movements and ate her dinner within minutes of the seizure passing. The elderly couple could not confirm if she had it happen before. This could be an isolated incident brought on by something unknown... If my situation was different I would adopt her myself. I think she just needs love. Update: I have been working with her and she walks well on a leash and is excited whenever she sees me. I can get her to come to me and I have been trying to work with and but it is harder for her to understand. She has growled with me when I have had to pick her up. She also growls when she is having to be re-introduced to the pack after training sessions." Coco is a gorgeous dog, that had very little chance at life. No socialization until Lisa came on the scene. She now has a chance. Even a completely feral dog, can become the best companion. I can give 50 examples from my own rescue alone. Seizures can happen for a myriad of reasons, Sometimes it's an isolated instance. It's full disclosure here, she was observed having one. But it was months ago and none observed before or since. Coco deserves a chance. Photos updated at: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.1821809734701764.1073742382.1428374324045309&type=1&l=2c7662104d To download an application to meet Coco: http://cchdrescue.org/adoptionprocess.html or email: info@cchdrescue.org Central Coast Herding Dog Rescue, is a Rescue Alliance partner, a federally recognized 501(c)3 non profit organization, dedicated to finding great dogs, great homes. County of San Luis Obispo Animal Service Operating Permit #C2649 Thank you for reading about Coco, and thanks for considering rescue!
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    • Chow Chow-Unknown Mix Dog For Adoption in Paso Robles, CA

      Hazel

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      Breed: Chow Chow-Unknown Mix
      Sex: Female Female
      Age: Young
      Location: Paso Robles, CA
      Posted Breed: Australian Cattle Dog/Blue Heeler / Chow Chow / Mixed (short coat). Adorable! Sweet, small, Cattle dog, Korean Jindo mix. Really interesting. She's less than a year old. Hazel was owner surrendered, for no good reason, with the other family dog. They had been left to run on the property. She's awesome. Off leash out of the gate. She needs no fences, never had one. Had to work with her on the whole leash concept, she'd never been on one. She has no issues with the harness and has done great with the leash now. Great with my other dogs, fantastic with people. Rides perfectly in a car unrestrained. I wasn't prepared for another passenger and didn't have a crate for her, but she quietly slept on my back seat. Her first pack walk, we had a surprise, the creek was full after one night of rain! Hazel dove into the creek, she loved the water, even freezing cold. She's been zero trouble, quiet nice, this girl is a gem! Adoption fee is $300, to cover vetting, transportation, micro-chip + registration. To download an application to meet Hazel: http://cchdrescue.org/adoptionprocess.html or email: info@cchdrescue.org Central Coast Herding Dog Rescue, is a Rescue Alliance partner, a federally recognized 501(c)3 non profit organization, dedicated to finding great dogs, great homes. County of San Luis Obispo Animal Service Operating Permit #C2649 Thank you for reading about Hazel, and thanks for considering rescue!
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    • German Shepherd Dog-Unknown Mix Dog For Adoption in Paso Robles, CA

      Mae

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      Breed: German Shepherd Dog-Unknown Mix
      Sex: Female Female
      Age: Adult
      Location: Paso Robles, CA
      Posted Breed: Australian Cattle Dog/Blue Heeler / German Shepherd Dog / Mixed (short coat). 4 yr, spayed. Cattle Dog/Shepard mix, rescue Mae is little, kind of a heeler GS mix, but totally acts like a herder. The SEAACA facility in Downey had her age at 4. The staff at SEAACA really liked her and kept her alive longer then normal for them, but her time was literally up when I got her out. She's a very sweet girl, easygoing, is fine on the leash. She's separated from the other dogs right now, to see if she has kennel cough, but she was great with dogs at the shelter, completely non-reactive, in a highly stressful environment! Mae is being fostered, in Huntington Beach. Photos updated: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.1833472620202142.1073742391.1428374324045309&type=1&l=b234c82b89 Adoption fee is $200, to cover vetting, transportation, micro-chip + registration. To download an application to meet Mae: http://cchdrescue.org/adoptionprocess.html or email: info@cchdrescue.org Central Coast Herding Dog Rescue, is a Rescue Alliance partner, a federally recognized 501(c)3 non profit organization, dedicated to finding great dogs, great homes. County of San Luis Obispo Animal Service Operating Permit #C2649 Thank you for reading about Mae, and thanks for considering rescue!
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    • Mutt Dog For Adoption in Paso Robles, CA

      Josie

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      Breed: Mutt
      Sex: Female Female
      Age: Senior
      Location: Paso Robles, CA
      Posted Breed: Australian Cattle Dog/Blue Heeler / Mixed (short coat). 10 Yr, spayed, Australian Cattle Dog mix It was Josies last day... the important thing was getting her out of Orange County Animal Services. Josie is probably around 10 - 12 yrs. And a total sweetheart as you can deduce from her photos. She was pulled from the shelter at the 13th hour. She now resides in Huntington Beach. This is what her foster has to say! "I expected Josie to be an elderly dog who could barely move and would need assistance to stand up, but I was wrong! Josie is a hoot! This tough girl may be a little stiff, but she has no trouble getting herself up when she wants to and is very active, she loves going for walks! Like any card carrying herder, she spends plenty of time smelling everything, and she has a really great personality, always up for anything, she just wants to be part of whatever is going on. She’s loves people, super friendly, and she really loves other dogs, big and small. She will try to play with any dog she meets, she may not be able to keep up with the younger ones, but she gives it her best shot! Josie is house trained, crate trained, walks great on a leash, ignores cats! What else do you want?! She's an overall awesome gal looking for an equally awesome adopter, who can spend time with her." Looking for some easy going company and the perfect companion? Stop looking and email us about Josie! Photos updated at: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.1816332878582783.1073742376.1428374324045309&type=1&l=d14306ea8c Adoption includes vetting, micro-chip + chip registration. To download an application to meet Josie: http://cchdrescue.org/adoptionprocess.html or email: info@cchdrescue.org Central Coast Herding Dog Rescue, is a Rescue Alliance partner, a federally recognized 501(c)3 non profit organization, dedicated to finding great dogs, great homes. County of San Luis Obispo Animal Service Operating Permit #C2649 Thank you for reading about Josie, and thanks for considering rescue!
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    • Australian Kelpie Dog For Adoption in Paso Robles, CA

      Belle

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      Breed: Australian Kelpie
      Sex: Female Female
      Age: Adult
      Location: Paso Robles, CA
      Posted Breed: Australian Kelpie (short coat). 6 yr. Australian Kelpie She's a 6 yr old Kelpie... former momma for sure. But as of a day ago, she is never having pups again! Belle came from Corona Animal Control. She'd been there a while, and like most sensitive herders, she had had enough of the confinement and the shelter was not going to keep her there much longer. So thanks to some very concerned volunteers, Belle was represented to me, arrangements were made, and here she is! Introductions were made quickly with the pack. Uneventful, just like we aim for. Belle is chilling in a huge yard with lots of straw filled dog-loo's and enclosures to be protected from this California cold! She really is great with the pack... even though she stole a cow hoof from Brick, Brick just let her do it. Gotta love well balanced dogs... Belle is very healthy, available and would make for some really nice even company! She could lose a couple pounds, but... so could I... Photos updated at: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.1830640387152032.1073742389.1428374324045309&type=1&l=ec7f3dfa7e Adoption fee is $100, to cover vetting, transportation, micro-chip + registration. To download an application to meet Belle:: http://cchdrescue.org/adoptionprocess.html or email: info@cchdrescue.org Central Coast Herding Dog Rescue, is a Rescue Alliance partner, a federally recognized 501(c)3 non profit organization, dedicated to finding great dogs, great homes. County of San Luis Obispo Animal Service Operating Permit #C2649 Thank you for reading about Belle, and thanks for considering rescue!
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    • Mutt Dog For Adoption in Paso Robles, CA

      Nina

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      Breed: Mutt
      Sex: Female Female
      Age: Adult
      Location: Paso Robles, CA
      Posted Breed: Australian Cattle Dog/Blue Heeler (short coat). Nina is a 7 year old cattle dog mix who is in foster care. She's located in the Manhattan Beach area. And weighs 50 lbs. She is a wonderful dog but her foster, and primary caregiver, a 73 year old gentleman who is quite active. And caring for her the past few months, can no longer. Prior to this time (6 years ago), Nina was taken in when it was discovered she'd been living in a cage at her veterinarian's office for a year. Nina began getting daily walks and continued to live at the vet hospital. After 6 months, a home was found for Nina. Recently, following the July 4th holiday, Nina's saviors found she'd been taken to the Carson Shelter. Her owners had divorced and Nina was traumatized and began escaping from her new residence. They no longer wanted her. The original person who got her out of that cage at the vets is now who is 83 years old, bailed her out again and after a few months found the foster home she is in now. It was hoped this would be a forever home, but Nina's foster informed us recently that Nov 15th is the last day she can remain with them. Nina will not be put back in a cage! Spent too much of her life this way. She is a well-trained, wonderful dog! She loves life! She loves walks, hikes, car rides, or just being at home with her family. Nina loves children so she would be great with a family, or just one person. She is a young 7-8 year old -- Energetic & happy! She will a best friend for someone. Photos updated at: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.1816312075251530.1073742375.1428374324045309&type=1&l=76bd010bc0 For interest in Nina: Kathleen: kathmag6@gmail.com Central Coast Herding Dog Rescue, is a Rescue Alliance partner, a federally recognized 501(c)3 non profit organization, dedicated to finding great dogs, great homes. County of San Luis Obispo Animal Service Operating Permit #C2649 Thank you for reading about Nina, and thanks for considering rescue!
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