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  • Neapolitan Mastiff Dog For Adoption in Montevallo, AL

    Katy

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    Breed: Neapolitan Mastiff
    Sex: Female Female
    Age: Young
    Location: Montevallo, AL
    Posted Breed: Neapolitan Mastiff. PLEASE READ ENTIRE AD PRIOR TO CONTACTING US. THANK YOU ADOPTION FEE $350 Katy was rescued from WV after the recent floods and found herself in a very small and rural shelter that is underfunded in Western WV. The shelter reached out to a very well known 501 rescue that told them they would only take her with a $500 donation. When the shelter explained they could not afford that the "rescue" told them to call animal control in the next big city over and they would come and shoot her for them. Luckily a couple stepped in and sent her to us after reaching out for help for Katy. She is a very stable Neo, bonds very quickly to her people. She loves going to the dog park and loves car rides even more. We recommend older children 16+ due to her size and not knowing her background prior to the shelter. DOB 11/01/12 You must have Guardian breed experience to adopt a Guardian breed from us. You must have Bully breed experience to adopt a Bully breed from us. Please tell us about your's when contacting us. We do not ship our dogs, you must come to our location in Sylacauga AL 35151 to meet them and for us to meet you. At that time we will go over all training of your new dog so, please plan on being here a minimum of one hour. Our screening/application process is listed here, http://www.soldiersforstrays.org/awaiting-discharge---al-location.html Our screening process is not negotiable, it is set in place to protect our dogs, you the general public, and your current pets and children. If not willing to provide all of the information to ensure the safety of the dog you are inquiring about then please do not waste our time contacting us. If it states the dog cannot be placed with other dogs, then no other dogs, your dog is not the exception just because your dog is friendly and loves everything. The dogs we take in are on their last stop when coming to our rescue. They have been turned down or failed by other rescues for behavior issues and come to us for rehabbing. While we do not place aggressive dogs back in the general public, we give them sanctuary, not all dogs can peacefully live in a home with another dog. All dogs have been with us for a minimum of 30 days prior to being considered for adoption. Our adoption fee's are nonnegotiable. The adoption fee does not come close to covering the care of the dog while with us however, the fee goes towards helping the next dog in need. If you cannot afford or are unwilling to pay the fee listed for a fully vetted, fully trained dog then you are not the home we are looking for, for one of our dogs. We do not foster out our dogs, thank you but please do not ask to foster. We do not feel it is in the best interest in our dogs to be moved around from one home to the next. When they leave us they are going to their forever home. All of our dogs come crate trained, leash trained, basic obedience trained, and are house broken. We back our dogs for life and will provide free training for them at our location if a behavior issue occurs, even 10 years from date of adoption. They are UTD on vaccinations, spayed or neutered, double microchipped. They are HW- and on prevention for HW's as well as flea & tick medication. In the event they are HW+ (the ad will state if so) we provide all medication to treat plus cover all medical related to until such time they receive two negative test results. HW treatment is noninvasive and simply giving oral medication cures the disease, it is nothing like it use to be. Appearances can be deceiving. When in doubt about a breed or breeds of a dog, we do a DNA test. It will come with the dogs medical records at the time of adoption. All of our dogs are on a raw diet, we do not use commercial dog food and we cannot recommend it. It is all bad for dogs, all of it, no matter what it cost it is killing dogs. Just Google the rendering process from which dog food is made. Per our contract our dogs must remain on raw. It is very easy, cheaper than a high end grain free, and will keep your dog healthy and he/she will live years longer.
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  • Neapolitan Mastiff Dog For Adoption in Phoenix , AZ

    Nandy

    verified

    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 Perry, NY

    Hoyt

    verified

    rescue
    Breed: Neapolitan Mastiff
    Sex: Male Male
    Age: Adult
    Location: Perry, NY
    Posted Breed: Neapolitan Mastiff (short coat). In order to be considered for adoption we must first have an application on file. Once this is complete we will be in contact with you regarding potential meeting and adopting. If its a dog with lots of interest it can take a few days to review applications. You can expedite this process by ensuring application is answered fully and accurately, and you have given permission for your vet to release information to us. We thank you for your patience and understanding. 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: We only consider your home for adoption after we receive an application. Once this is complete we then move on in the process to adopting your new best friend. Once we receive an application we review it to see if the particular dog(s) might be a good fit for your home/lifestyle and that you meet the required needs of the dog. Once this is done we proceed to check veterinary references. This is to ensure that pets you have or have had in the past were cared for, altered, and up to date with necessary medical care. Once you have been through this initial screening we then set up a home visit to ensure that the home is a safe home with little concern about their personality matching yours. We also want to ensure that the home is set up for the same energy levels or medical needs they may or may not have (dog that can't climb stairs, or not enough room to walk, etc.) These steps are important to ensuring that we are finding the proper home for the dog to be FURever! A few requirements of adoption are: *We currently do not adopt out of state unless its a dog that 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 state when there is plenty of homes in the area that are willing to adopt them. So 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. *We do not adopt to homes with smoking indoors due to health concerns for the pets. *Some of our adoptions may require you to be a homeowner, have a fully fenced yard (not invisible fencing) or are required to attend an obedience training class. This is due to the high rate of returns in dogs that are not properly exercised or trained and make it difficult to re-home. Each dog will be properly labeled on the website as to what their needs/requirements may be based on the individual dog. We have been doing this a long time, we hope you understand that we consider the needs of the dogs first and foremost, their best interests are priority #1. 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 the bully breed 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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