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  • Neapolitan Mastiff Dog For Adoption in Phoenix , AZ

    Nandy

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    rescue
    Breed: Neapolitan Mastiff
    Sex: Female Female
    Age: Adult
    Location: Phoenix , AZ
    Posted Breed: Neapolitan Mastiff (short coat). Nandi is a HUGE, beautiful, floppy faced, big lipped lover girl. She is mellow, easy going, good with all dogs and kids. No kitties please. Nandi is housebroken, has such a sweet and gentle personality and would love a forever home to be a big huge lazy dog in. This pretty girl is between 4-5 years old, she is spayed and vaccinated. her adoption fee is $250 Call her foster dad Jim at 602-692-5781 to adopt this amazing girl.
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  • Neapolitan Mastiff Dog For Adoption in Yakima, WA

    Oliver

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    rescue
    Breed: Neapolitan Mastiff
    Sex: Male Male
    Age: Young
    Location: Yakima, WA
    Posted Breed: Neapolitan Mastiff (short coat). Please take the time to read the entire profile. We spend alot of time putting as much info in them as possible. Thank you in advance. Oliver- Oliver is just a sweet over grown baby who has already been through so much. He is a stunning young neo boy who came to us a mess. He is a great dog and a stunning brindle color with natural ears and a docked tail. He is sweet and as he grows he just gets to be more and more of a charmer. He has a much more laid back and mellow personality. He is a great dog and we fall more and more in love with him every day. He is really amazing. Oliver came to us from a high kill shelter who really does everything they can to get the dogs safe. This shelter works amazingly with rescues and strives to do their best. We know that shelters really can only do so much when they are county or city ran. But these guys strive for amazing things. Oliver was picked up as a stray, covered in mange, open sores, cherry eye and a broken soul. He was just a baby and had already been itchy, sore, miserable and left out on his own! We knew this baby needed help and we are so happy we were able to do so. He is a great dog and we love him. Oliver is a great dog. He loves to play, does great with other dogs and even cats. He has learned all about toys, treats, and dog beds. He LOVES dog beds. He snuggles down in his blankets and will rock the house with his snores. He is still a puppy at heart and had so much to over come. He is a great dog who just wants a family of his own. He is a gem of a boy. He has come such a long way. He is a handsome boy who just needs a family to love him. He has such a sweet soul and we love him. He wants to learn and has come so far. Oliver is getting better by the day. He no longer is itchy, the swelling has gone down and he is feeling better. He is getting bigger, filling out and even starting to play. He is still sweet as sugar and loves everyone. He has done well with all the animals we have introduced him to. He is done with his baths, has had his cherry eye fixed and been neutered. We do feel that he is blind in one eye and have been treating it. It seems that he may be able to see shapes and light but not well. He is growing his hair back, learning house skills and just a gem. He is a fast learner and loves to have a good time and a good cuddle. He is a great dog who just needs a good family. We spend a lot of time trying to get to know the dogs in our program as best as we can. This means that we have spent time introducing them to dogs, cats, kids, animals, people and as many things as we can. We try to do as much as we can to evaluate them, both with in our group and if the dogs come from other rescues or shelters their evaluations as well. However dogs are individuals and will react to different situations differently. This means that we do not know how a dog will react in every situation. We give out our best guess based off information provided but the handler of a dog and the way they are introduced to a situation makes a huge impact. So if you have any questions of how to introduce a dog to your home, please let us know and we will provide as much info as we can from pamphlets to helping find a trainer in your area. Our rescue aims to help dogs who are passed by and over looked by most rescues and people. We help the dogs who are in need of medical care, vetting, training and breeds that most will not help with. In most shelters if you are large dog, a big dog, or a male dog; from the moment you walk in you are on barrowed time. If you have docked ears or are a guardian breed your time was over before you walked in the doors. We aim to save these dogs and give them a second chance. Please help us save more lives by helping with our medical bills as they grow. This year has already been hard and we have many medical dogs in need. https://www.gofundme.com/v2eap2f8 If you would like to adopt this pet please send us an email. Applications will be sent to you via email. We do our best to get back to emails in 24 hrs. If it has been longer then that please resend another email. We would love to hear from you. We welcome any questions that you may have. Our goal is to find the right fit for every home, not just any home! We have been informed that some of the links to email us regarding our adoptable dogs are not working. This has been on going for a few weeks with petfinder and a few other links. If you find this to be an issue that you are having please send an email directly to us at: RisingPhoenixWa@aol.com If you are inquiring on a specific pet we do ask that you put the name of the pet in the subject line. So we know who it is that you are inquiring regarding. Thank you in advance for understanding as we work through this. As with any rescue we are always in need of donations. MANY of our dogs come in with special needs or medical issues. These need to be resolved before going home. If you would like to make a donation toward a dogs medical care you can use our paypal address RisingPhoenixWa@aol.com you can also email us for a physical address. We are always in need of dog food, soft food for some of our special needs dogs, collars, leashes, crates, and toys!
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  • Neapolitan Mastiff Dog For Adoption in Perry, NY

    Hoyt

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    rescue
    Breed: Neapolitan Mastiff
    Sex: Male Male
    Age: Adult
    Location: Perry, NY
    Posted Breed: Neapolitan Mastiff (short coat). Ready to Apply? You will want to have your veterinary and/or personal reference information handy, as well as landlord information if you are a renter, to fill out the application completely. • We will not pursue an incomplete application • Once complete, you can speed up process by contacting your vet's office and giving them permission to release information. We may dismiss the application if this is not completed. • Volunteers handle dozens of applications at a time so we do not guarantee contact with everyone. We try our best, but we are working around jobs, kids, and of course, dogs. •Adoptions generally take longer than 4 days to process but there is no set time frame. We do the best we can as a non-profit, so please be patient. www.goingtothedogsrescue.org Hoyt is a very large boy who is in need of a special home. Please note, we have set specific criteria for him to ensure a positive placement, not to be strict. He is a great boy who doesn't know his own strength and has some fear & anxiety issues that are very workable but someone MUST commit to his training in order to adopt him. Hoyt is looking for a home with no kids under 6yrs old. Hoyt has done well with many dogs in a play setting but does get very jealous at home and would be best if he was an only dog. He has not hurt another dog or person, but he has growled on occasion at dogs when they are in his space. He has been fine around the cat. He is also in need of a home that will take him to training to continue learning skills and confidence and better ways to manage fear. He loves to use his crate as his safe place. He tends to be more fearful out in public and when guests come over so this cannot happen without additional training to know it is ok for him. He would do best in a home where they agree to keep him on Prozac not have him left home alone more than 5hr stretches. Hoyts adoption fee is $200 which includes his neuter, rabies, vaccinations, heartworm test (neg) and microchip. Adoption Procedures: Once we receive a complete application, we will do reference checks and set up home visits/meet and greets which can take more than a few days. We are volunteers with full time jobs and families so we ask for your patience. A few requirements of adoption are: *We currently do not adopt out of state (or more than 3 hours away) unless the dog in question has limited options and has been waiting for an extended period of time in our rescue. In most cases of puppies, we have so many applications it makes little sense to transport them out of area and use more resources up to do so. With that in mind, we have limited our out-of-state options to those who have less applicants coming in. *Your current pets MUST be spayed/neutered. This would negate our entire mission statement if we did not ensure the safety of all of our dogs and ensure that we are helping to END unnecessary euthanasia due to over breeding/overpopulation. We have made exceptions for severe medical conditions or age that would be too risky. *Dogs are individuals and have specific needs. We evaluate each of our dogs and develop adopter criteria for each one in order for adoptions to be successful — for life. These are often non-negotiable if listed on the dogs individual profile. Some requirements that may be listed are as follows: • Homeownership vs. renting • Fully-fenced yards vs. non- fenced; invisible fence is never allowed • Training with a professional force-free/positive reinforcement trainer • Cohabitation restrictions (cats, dogs, small animals, young children, etc.) • No indoor smoking (all adoptions) Frequently Asked Questions: 1. I applied to adopt a dog but we have an invisible fence not a solid fencing, can we still adopt? -unfortunately invisible fencing is not full proof fencing and does not protect your own dogs from other loose dogs entering your property. Many dogs get out of invisible fencing and then are too afraid to return back to the yard, and there are just too many concerns with their safety to put them at risk. Click on article below for more information. Why Invisible Fencing isn't a good solution 2. Do you negotiate on your adoption fees? If I want to take the dog to my own vet for spay/neuter can I get a discount on adoption fees? -Unfortunately 80% or more of our dogs cost hundreds more than we actually adopt them out for. When a dog has a major medical concern the rescue pays out of our adoption funds to get the dog the necessary help it needs to get it to an "adoptable" status. We rely heavily on donations and adoption fees to be able to care for these dogs who otherwise would have died, so we are insistant on our fees staying the same in order to continue rescuing future dogs. Without the set fee we are unable to rescue, and cannot afford basic care on dogs. Please understand that very few dogs (even ones that are free to us) are not free....our vets may provide a SMALL discount, but it still cost on average $300-400 to get a dog fully vetted. Our adoption fees are always under this, so as you see it is a loss. If you choose to use your own vet to spay/neuter, we allow that within 30 days of adoption; however we are unable to provide adoption fee discounts due to the reasons stated above. 3. Can I meet the dog before the home visit? Why Can't I take the dog home the day I meet them/fill out an application? -if you wish to meet a dog before the home visit, our suggestion is to attend an adoption event if they are going to be in attendance. The rescue has had numerous situations where people that are not serious about adoption have requested visits to see the dog and then never fill out applications, or set up home visits. We have made the decision that if you take a few moments of your time to do those steps first, it shows your commitment to the dog and we then will proceed to meeting the dogs. This cuts back on many wasted hours for our volunteers who drive all over free of charge to do these meets/home visits. The rescue must be very careful about our adoption process. Unfortunately we do see dog abusers apply, people that have no funding to care for a dog, hoarders, etc. and it is the rescues sole responsibility to ensure the safety of our dogs. We want to be sure that our dogs are going to a home that they will always be provided for and will not be returned. Because of this, we do not allow the dogs to go home upon first meet at an adoption event. We must proceed with vet references and home visits first. 4. Can we adopt more than 1 puppy from a litter? -No, here is an article explaining our position clearly : LITTERMATE SYNDROME 5. Why does it matter what type of training we use and who we take our dog to train with? -Because Training is an unregulated field, sadly many individuals who have had no formal training or keep up on updated standards and practices, this could be potentially dangerous to our dogs. Using inhumane methods such as choke chains, shock collars, prong collars, and "alpha" or "dominance" based theories are outdated, debunked methodologies that can cause physical and psychological damage to our dogs. Although you have committed to caring for your dog, if you have caused irreparable damage by using these tools and then return the dog we are responsible for this and are not willing to see this done to our dogs. Instead we are able to provide you with a list of excellent recommended trainers who not only are humane and kind, they are always continuing their education to be the best at what they do. Professionals like this are sometimes the best for even the easiest of puppies in order to create a success story for you and your family. American Veterinary Society of Animal Behavior Statement American Animal Hospital Association Guidelines on Behavior Management
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  • Neapolitan Mastiff Dog For Adoption in Chambersburg, PA

    Olivia

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    rescue
    Breed: Neapolitan Mastiff
    Sex: Female Female
    Age: Adult
    Location: Chambersburg, PA
    Posted Breed: Neapolitan Mastiff. Fill out an Adoption Application Olivia is an adult neapolitan mastiff. She knows commands sit, stay, down and stop. She loves people and is very affectionate and loving. We recommend older children only because of her size and past abuse. She gets along with other dogs but is jealous of attention not paid to her and will growl when the other pets are loved on. She would love a home with adults who want the affection of a giant breed dog. She loves walks and going outdoors. She does not know how to play with toys as of yet. Application Fees, Adoption Donations and Rescue Policy: Please know that 100% of our funds are used for rescuing the dogs. Our rescue policy requires the following: *Adopters must have their primary residence in one of the following states: Pennsylvania, Ohio, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland, West Virginia, Virginia, and parts of North Carolina. *Applications for giant breed dogs must be submitted by the property owner. *Homes with children under 6 years of age will not be approved for adoption. *Homes with children should have a fenced yard. *All references must be checked before any visitation of the dog is permitted at the foster home. *All family members must be present during the home visit to the applicant's home. *Any dog(s) in the applicant's home must have an introductory meeting with the rescue dog being applied for, before any adoption can be completed. For additional information please review our FAQs or contact: mastiffstomutts@gmail.com
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  • Neapolitan Mastiff Dog For Adoption in Newtown, PA

    Princeton

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    rescue
    Breed: Neapolitan Mastiff
    Sex: Male Male
    Age: Young
    Location: Newtown, PA
    Posted Breed: Neapolitan Mastiff (short coat). Dog:Princeton Age:8-10 months Weight: 120 Location: Newtown, PA Nicknames: P-town, P Good with other dogs?: Dog selective, Other: Princeton can only be placed with a large breed active female.. Princeton is only 8-10 months old as he doesn't have all of his adult teeth yet. He will not be placed with a male dog. He is not dog aggressive at all but can be relentless. Good with cats? unknown, will not be adopted to a home with a cat Good with children? OK for kids over: 12 Princeton can be pushy and mouthy. Activity Preference: Needs a couple walks a day. IQ: Has some shining moments Princeton's favorite things: FOOD is his favorite thing and he will do anything to get to it. Stuffies and balls are also great! Walks are big on the list and great for his elbow displaysia car rides are lots of fun too. Princeton is good at: meeting people, meeting dogs, going for car rides Ideal home: a large active female dog, no children, someone at home most of the day, a fenced yard, other: Breed experience Training Needs: leash training, needs obedience training Health issues: Princeton had surgery to remove an anconeal process. He will possiblt have a limp forever and does have mild elbow displaysia. Meet Princeton Princeton came in a little bit growly and protective. He still has his moments when he sees something new and out of place like a trash can on trash day. In the weeks he has been here he has turned into a happy, goofy and uncontrollable pup. He is now house trained and knows how to sit but is really strong and can pull on a leash if he is feeling energetic. In the home he is ultra curious like any 7-8 month old and will get into trouble if not supervised. Everything is his. Princeton was a stray in the city, when he came he had a severe limp and a hernia. He has been neutered and had his hernia repaired. He did have 1 elbow surgery to remove a small peice of bone called an anconeal process He is all recovered from surgery!. This guy needs room. Even though his movement is temporarily controlled he can prance across a half acre in 4 prances. You will need to be home for him. He can not sit in a crate for an entire work day. He needs constant mental stimulation and walks. He is too much dog for children. He can and will steal food right off of your plate and has done so. He is good with other dogs but annoying and gets in their faces, ears, and doesn't understand when enough is enough but it is not aggression, just doofiness. He needs obedience classes as he will probably weigh about 160 pounds and will be a terrorist if he doesn't have formal classes. Princeton's ideal home will be chosen based on what we know about him and his breed. Be ready to do lots of laundry. PLEASE READ: Adopters will not be considered without completing an application. Please visit www.AmericanBulldogRescue.org to apply! Remember - Adoption is always the best option! If you can't help by adopting a homeless pet, please consider making a tax-deductible donation to American Bulldog Rescue, 4 Terry Drive, Suite 1D Newtown, PA 18940 or paypal AmericanBulldogRescue@verizon.net. We cannot place dogs in homes with children under 10 unless that dog has lived with kids or is in a foster home with kids. Thank you. To be considered for adoption, you must apply using our free, online application. Our dogs are fostered in our volunteers' homes, not in a central shelter/location. Only approved applicants are put into contact with the foster family to setup a meeting with the foster dog. Visit our Adoption Policies web page for more information and a link to our application: http://americanbulldogrescue.org/adoption-policies/.
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  • Neapolitan Mastiff Dog For Adoption in Goodyear, AZ

    Lynus

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    rescue
    Breed: Neapolitan Mastiff
    Sex: Male Male
    Age: Young
    Location: Goodyear, AZ
    Posted Breed: Neapolitan Mastiff. Lynus would do great with another large breed female dog and possible older kids. He is a sweet boy that is a little shy. www.azmastiffrescue.com
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