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Date listed: 03/23/2018
verifiedPosted Breed: Beagle / Boston Terrier / Mixed (short coat). This little girl is the sweetest dog ever! Dinah is a 23 lb beagle/Boston Terrier mix and LOVES people. Dinah's neck was injured in her life before so she has to be walked with a harness. But you'd never know it the way she runs and plays! She is so adorable and wiggly and wants belly rubs always (she will pay you with kisses!). Dinah is ok with cats and loves kids. She is dog selective but seems to prefer submissive dogs that are not bigger than her. House broken and crate trained. She is a lap dog! ~~ Adoption donation $200. All vetting is up to date. Microchipped and spayed. Also on flea/tick and heartworm preventative. Visit www.ruffloverescue.com/adopt to make this pup a member of your familyTags:
Date listed: 03/10/2018
verifiedPosted Breed: Boston Terrier / Beagle / Mixed (short coat). Adoption Fee: 75. FOSTER LOCATION: Boise, ID McKenzy is a 10 year old Boston/Beagle mix who came to us because she was not doing well in a shelter environment. We were glad to take her in, and her foster family has quickly grown attached to her sweet demeanor and easy going attitude. Don’t let her age fool you, this is a busy little gal that will do best in an active environment. McKenzy bonds easily and quickly with people; she just wiggles with joy whenever she sees a human. She was obviously much loved and very spoiled at some point, as she wants to be on furniture and sleep under the covers. McKenzy is house trained and knows how to let you know she needs to go outside. We are told that she is a counter surfer, and can jump on the counter despite her small size. She hasn’t done this in her foster home, but we do not leave food on the counters. We have seen her jump over a pet gate however when she was left alone for a few minutes. She will need a family where someone is home more often than not or can take her with them. She has separation anxiety, and while this is manageable we don’t want her to go to a home where she’s left alone 8-10 hours a day several days a week. She becomes highly agitated and stressed being alone and crated. It is possible to leave her for a few hours at a time and she’s not destructive in her crate. With some consistency in her life this should subside within a few months. McKenzy is wonderful with dogs and cats, and would do best with a little buddy to pal around with outside will keep her busy. She is quite active and would love to go for long walks/hikes where she can really use her nose; but remember she will follow that nose anywhere so she is not an off leash dog and will need a securely fenced yard. Weighing in at 30 pounds this girl is solid and strong. She is decent on a leash, but will pull when her nose tells her too—and can she pull! This is a lovely little girl who will melt anyone’s heart who meets her. She has a kind soul and needs to find a forever home who will help her feel loved and secure. If you can offer McKenzy a fun loving active home please complete an adoption application today: http://fuzzypawzrescue.com/adopt/adoption-application-2/ McKenzy has been spayed, vaccinated and microchipped McKenzy’s adoption fee is $75Tags:
Date listed: 03/09/2018
verifiedPosted Breed: Beagle / Boston Terrier / Mixed (short coat). Adoption Fee: 285.00. Please read my ENTIRE bio before applying to adopt me. Hi my name is Pepperoni aka Mabel! At 22 pounds, I'm fairly small, but fully grown. I love, love, love my people. I follow my foster mom around everywhere and sometimes I love to be held and cuddled. I love having her son and brother visit now. I jump into her lap when I feel like being loved! I can be very persistent about that too! My foster mom has 3 large dogs of her own and I do very well with them. They are mellow dogs so that works for me. The young one is disabled but can play a bit and we play as long as he is able. She also dog-sat two small older dogs and I did well with them too. I am a bit protective of my food and toys. I do chase her cats every chance I get and the cats are not happy with me so NO CATS. I love going outside a lot! I love to try to catch the squirrels. I am crate trained and partially house trained. I will use the pee pads if I end up going potty inside. If confined I can hold it. I know how to sit and I'm eager to please. I love treats! I love to go for walks and I am not too bad on the leash. MY CHALLENGES ARE: 1) I dig holes in the yard and I eat poop! Drives my foster mom nuts! So I need to be watched while outside in the yard (If there is not a yard and I have to be walked instead that would be good) 2) I have had two seizures since coming into foster care in the Fall of 2017, but none for a while. All my blood work came out good so I am just being monitored at this time, 3) I take a while to warm up to new people. I don’t trust new people. This can be challenging. But once I know people I love them all. I need patience and direction during introductions. For this reason I should be in an all adult household. No kids. Mabel is a very sweet and loving dog. She loves to play but also to cuddle. She will need someone who is loving but firm and won’t let her get away with snotty behavior but will love and cuddle her when she is a good dog (which is most of the time). She has come a long way since when she arrived. If you are willing to keep working with her you will be rewarded with a very loyal and loving dog. Is this you? Will you give Mabel that loving home that will give her a chance? Happy Days Dog and Cat Rescue microchips all dogs and cats before adoption. Microchips are implanted between the shoulder blades and are another form of identification should the animal get lost. The microchips are registered to Happy Days Dog and Cat Rescue. The adopter's information is added once the adoption is complete. The adopter is responsible for a $19.99/Year registration fee or a $69.00/Lifetime registration fee to change information. Dogs and Cats still need to have collar with tags should they get lost.Tags:
Date listed: 08/04/2017
verifiedPosted Breed: Boston Terrier / Beagle / Mixed (short coat). Meet MJ! He is a 4yr old beagle/terrier mix. He was found as a stray in KY and ended up in a kill shelter...until we rescued him. He seems to get along with every other dog we have (incl puppies of all ages). He walks well on a leash once he gets over the excitement of being out with you. At only about 40 lbs, he is the perfect sized companion dog. MJ is very smart too and learned to sit for a treat & give his paw within 5mins. His aim is to please :) We find that he doesn't like to be without people in general but that's not to say that he likes all people and is definately picky about who he trusts. The ideal home would have someone around rather than leaving him for the workday and would have some dog training knowledge about how to handle a fear aggressive dog. We can no longer bring him to adoption events since many in the general public do not know how to read a dog's body language (he does give signs when he's uncomfortable). We would recommend a low-traffic household for sure because of the potential fear aggressive bite and someone with experience in dealing with this behavior. Our adoption fee is $325 and all of our pets come with full vet records. All animals are up to date on vaccinations & dewormed. Unless otherwise indicated, puppies are NOT spayed or neutered since our vet recommends waiting until 6mos of age to do so. Please keep in mind we are a Rescue Group and most of our pups come to us with little or no background info regarding breed, eventual size, age or prior health issues. We rely on the expertise of our veterinarians and make estimates based on past experience. Also, when you're adopting from a Rescue, you should ask questions! You should always get shot/medication records and the rescue should have had the dog for a bit of time to check for disease. Take the time to educate yourself before adopting. A reputable rescue will have nothing to hide and will answer ALL your questions!!!Please visit our Web Site to see all of the pets we have for adoption. Our site contains information about our adoption process and fees, our application, and answers to frequently asked questions. Please read it carefully before contacting us. If you are interested in adopting THIS wonderful pet, we strongly encourage you to complete our adoption application now. Once we receive and approve your application, we will notify you of approval. The first application to be received and approved will get 1st choice - be sure that your references are available and willing to speak with us. Thank You Visit us at one of our next adoption days. Details are on our site under the "How to Adopt" tab. Hope to see you there!
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