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Organization Name: 4 Luv of Dog Rescue
Location: Fargo, ND 58106
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4 Luv of Dog Rescue

Species: Dogs, Cats
Breed(s): Pure and Mixed Breeds
Organization Type: Rescue
Organization Status: Non-Profit

4 Luv of Dog Rescue Organization currently has 33 dogs for adoption and rescue. If you are considering adopting a dog, please read the Adoption Tips to learn more about what it takes and what to expect. Visit our website or call us to learn more about the adoption process. You are always welcome to support our effort by sponsoring one of our dogs or donating directly to our organization. Your help is greatly needed and appreciated!

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  • Cheeks Dog For Adoption in Fargo, ND, USA

    Huey Lewis

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    Breed: Cheeks
    Sex: Male Male
    Age: Senior
    Location: USA
    Posted Breed: Pekingese / Chihuahua / Mixed (long coat). Adoption Fee: 200. {s3829code380/} If you would like to provide this dog a loving home, please fill out a pre-adoption application. Have a question? Please read our Frequently Asked Questions and Adoption Processed Explained documentation. Statistics Name: Huey Lewis Breed: Pekingese - Chihuahua Mix Age: 14 Years Size: Small 8 lbs. ~Small range: Up to 25 lbs Adoption Donation: $200 (applicable sales tax included). Adoption fees may be paid by cash or check. Other: Neutered Male, Vaccinations current, Microchip, Older considerate children only ** Huey Lewis qualifies for our Seniors for Seniors Program. This program places senior dogs (age 8 or older) with senior citizens (age 65 or older) at a reduced adoption fee of $65.00. If you qualify and are interested in participating in this program, please fill out an application online and type "SENIOR" after your name. Huey Lewis is looking for a new person to be his friend! Foster Home Feedback * Huey suffers from a seizure disorder. He does require daily medication to keep them regulated. Those medications cost about $37.00 per month. An annual blood test is required to make sure that his medications are within a therapeutic level. 3/16/19: Huey can’t wait for warmer weather as he’s getting a little cabin fever like the rest of us. Now that the sun is out, it's hard to get him to come back in the house. Huey mainly spends these winter days on a fuzzy blanket (or on my legs). Huey will sometimes try to get some attention by instigating head rubs. He will also sit pretty to try to get my attention, it's super cute! He still likes his space from other animals, particularly in the home. Dogs that don’t even make eye contact, get a growl if they get in his sight line. He’s lucky he’s around passive dogs as he’s picking on dogs outside of his weight class. I do chuckle when Mr. Huey comes off his high-horse though...The other day he was laying on the ottoman and he let out a small high-pitched fart which scared him enough to fall off the ottoman! He then looked at me and the resident dog as if we did it - or he was staring us down for laughing at him! I love having Huey around, he is complicated and has so much attitude and personality – all wrapped up in a pretty little dog. He’s really come a long way and I know he’s waiting for his forever home to find him. 12/10/18: Huey continues to evolve! He now LOVES visitors in the home. He lets them pet him and even steals a quick pat on the head away from other animals in the home. He definitely acts more like a cat and has developed into quite the lapdog, however, it’s his own version of one. Everything must be on his own terms, he doesn’t like being picked up; he has to dictate what he will do. He has his routine down and wants to be on my lap, on top of a fuzzy blanket, when I’m on the couch. But if I startle him with a pet on the back that he doesn’t know is coming or if I move suddenly, he is easily startled and jumps off. Huey LOVES being outside, even in winter, however, I still have to hide the leash behind my back and quickly attach it. He’s fine once it’s on though. He also does so well at events and meeting people, but he is so dog-selective that I’d recommend a home with no other animals or maybe one big older dog that leaves him alone. But the more animals around, the more stressed Huey gets. Huey takes some time to get to know, but I think he’s worth the extra effort. So If you can offer a patient and understanding home environment, and love quirkiness, please consider giving this guy a chance! 10/25/18: Huey has officially come out of his shell. He is a unique little guy who acts much more like a cat than a dog. He also has two distinctive personalities; the one at home and the one outside of the house. At home: He doesn’t like to be picked up or cuddled. Huey may sit on your lap if he chooses, but prefers little interaction from the human(s); he will jump up on the couch and find his spot, but if the human moves he’s gone. Once he trusts his human, he does funny jumps and licks at their face and he’ll let them pet him (a little) as long as he knows it’s coming. Huey LOVES to be outside and run around, even when it’s snowing. He seems to love the snow. He doesn’t mind the big dog in the house that leaves him alone, but he doesn’t like the little dog in the house that leaves him alone. So he is definitely dog-selective. Outside the home: Huey LOVES car rides, but that was known right away. He has gone to several adoption events and does great around strangers and other dogs. He even lets strangers hold him as long as they are gentle. There is something about being away from the house that lets him trust more. Huey did have his first seizure at his current foster’s home; this was several months after his last seizure and while on his medication. The seizures aren’t violent, but more subtle where he looks stunned or zoned out; he then needs several hours of rest after. I mention this to be open about what could happen. This is a very manageable issue, but one that his potential forever home should be aware of. Huey will probably never be a conventional lapdog, but he is unique and is looking for a very understanding and patient home who is willing to let Huey be Huey! 8/19/18: Who is this new dog? He has really opened up around the house over the past few weeks, so much so that I don’t even recognize him from when we first met. As always, he has been a rock star on outings and of course, he loves his car rides! We have confirmed, due to a new house guest, that he needs a home with chill animals only as he gets vocal and stressed if there is another diva in the house. Otherwise, Huey is borderline affectionate once comfortable in the home. Any attention is still on his terms, but if you give him space and patience, he will come around. So, if you are patient and have a laid back home environment, consider this guy for your next roommate... but he doesn’t pay rent or do dishes. 7/24/18: Note from Huey: Hi, I’m Huey! The first thing you should know about me is that I LOVE CAR RIDES!!! I mean, it’s the best thing in the world! I get to look out the window and sometimes the window is down a little so I can feel the wind on my fur. It’s really my favorite place ever! But once I get home, no matter whose home, I really want my space. I don’t know what it is about being in a house, but I just need to find a quiet place to relax. I don’t mind people or other dogs as long as they keep to themselves and know that I don’t want to cuddle or play or interact at home; I just want my quiet spot and to go outside sometimes. Just please promise to let me know when we can go on a car ride again! So if you LOVE car rides too, and you don’t mind that I’m not a cuddler, maybe I could come live with you?! Oh, and can we go for a ride in the car now? Note from Huey’s foster: Hi there, Huey is a funny little guy. He’s pretty scared in a new home and the animals around him need to know to leave him be, otherwise, it stresses him out. He isn’t really aggressive, he just growls as a warning and makes it very clear that he doesn’t want to be touched or stared at; but consistent stress will make him react out more. However, once we get in the car, he’s a new dog altogether! He LOVES the car ride and tries to sit on my lap and lets me, and even wants me to pet him. I even took him to the groomer where they said he did great! He even met a human friend in the lobby. The vet visit didn’t go bad either, he was pretty good. But once we got back home, he goes back to not wanting to be touched and needing his space. I’ve had him for a few weeks now and we’ve made some progress. Before, I couldn’t get within a couple feet before he’d growl, but now I can give him treats by hand, but he’s not ready for me to pet him at home (but I can in the car). My own dog is big and pretty laid back and gives Huey his space; so now my dog can walk closer to Huey than before – still no direct interaction though. Huey started to have small seizures at his previous foster home so he is currently on a small dose of Phenobarbital; he hasn’t had any seizures while with me. The vet said his bloodwork is good, so he needs to stay on the meds. He takes the pill pretty well when it’s buried in liverwurst; which is sometimes all he will eat. He can be a bit picky on food, but when he’s really hungry (and relaxed) he will eat all his food. Huey is mostly potty trained and goes outside well to do his business. But he has had a couple of accidents while we’ve been working out our schedules. I have no doubt that it’s only due to an adjustment in the home. Huey’s ideal home is one that will be very patient with him. I think he will come more and more out of his shell, but it may take several months for him to be as comfortable in the home as in the car; it really is that drastic of a difference. His perfect home would have either no other pets or very very laid back pets that will avoid his space. I don’t believe Huey would do well with kids at all and really would do best in a less active home. Again, he isn’t actively aggressive, but he may react if pushed. Actually, his completely ideal home may be on the road in an RV with a laid back person or two – he really loves those car rides!! Please give this guy a chance. He doesn’t make a good first impression, but building trust over time with a frightened dog can be a very rewarding experience. 4/30/18: Huey was a pretty grumpy old man when he was surrendered to the rescue, but it turns out he had a good reason. Not only did he have Lyme's and Anaplasmosis, but he had five really bad teeth. Those conditions had combined to cause him to essentially quit eating. Now that his pain and dental anguish have been addressed, he is becoming a much happier dude. He's still pretty skinny, but he's showing up and making an effort to eat at mealtimes and snack times. Huey also likes bedtime. While he remains fairly aloof throughout the day, he loves to sleep on top of me. I'm hoping that phase passes as he gains some weight, both for his sake and mine. As I write this, he is staring at me and trying to mind-meld me into going to bed, at which point he will become playful and affectionate. He wakes up that way as well and makes it hard to get up for work because he's being so darn cute. With three other dogs in the house, Huey is learning that the best way to get attention is not by growling, but by being a good pack member. It has taken more than six weeks, but he is figuring out that no one here means him any harm. His trust issues may mean it will take time for him to adjust to a new home. I'm sure he would prefer to be an only pet in the household, and he would do best in a calm environment. I have not kenneled Huey at all and he is not destructive. He spends most of his time in my room on the bed. That, too, may change when he feels better and more social. He has had no accidents in the house. Huey is good about relaying that he needs to go out - usually by sitting up. Huey's not much of a barker, and I was pleased to discover his bark is not a piercing yap but is more resonant and restrained. Huey enjoys riding in the car, but must be persuaded that he cannot sit on the driver's lap and have the window rolled down. That makes him kind of grumpy, too, but he does come to accept that the passenger air vent is better than nothing. As Huey continues to regain his strength, it will be fun to see who he becomes. He will need love and patience through that process, but the end result will probably be as beautiful as he is. ** Huey Lewis was treated for Lyme disease and will always test positive now. He has completed the course of treatment prescribed by his Vet. To learn more about Lyme disease in dogs, read here: .peteducation/article.cfm?c=2+2102&aid=458 To view additional dogs available for adoption, please see our website: .4luvofdog
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  • Jack Russell Terrier-Lhasa Apso Mix Dog For Adoption in Fargo, ND, USA

    Siggy

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    Breed: Jack Russell Terrier-Lhasa Apso Mix
    Sex: Male Male
    Age: Adult
    Location: USA
    Posted Breed: Jack Russell Terrier / Lhasa Apso / Mixed (long coat). Adoption Fee: 200. {s3829code380/} If you would like to provide this dog a loving home, please fill out a pre-adoption application. Have a question? Please read our Frequently Asked Questions and Adoption Processed Explained documentation. Statistics Name: Siggy Breed: Jack Russel Terrier - Lhasa Apso Mix Age: 2 Years Size: Small 17 lbs. ~Small range: Up to 25 lbs Adoption Donation: $200 (applicable sales tax included). Adoption fees may be paid by cash or check. Other: Neutered Male, Vaccinations current, Microchip, No Children Siggy is wondering where his new home will be...is it with you? Foster Home Feedback 3/15/19: Siggy is a spunky little dog that lives by his own rules. When he wants to be petted and cuddled, he is super cute and friendly. But when he wants to be left alone, Siggy needs to have his space. He takes a little while to warm up to new people. He likes to pick his human friends carefully. Siggy loves toys and treats and knows a few obedience commands. He also does like other dogs. A home that has a lot of different people coming and going would be too much for Siggy. So a calm home with no kids would be best for this little stud. If you're willing to give him the time and space to adjust, Siggy is a great easy little dog. To view additional dogs available for adoption, please see our website: .4luvofdog
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  • Jack Russell Terrier Dog For Adoption in Fargo, ND, USA

    Nyx

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    Breed: Jack Russell Terrier
    Sex: Female Female
    Age: Adult
    Location: USA
    Posted Breed: Jack Russell Terrier (short coat). Adoption Fee: 180. {s3829code380/} If you would like to provide this dog a loving home, please fill out a pre-adoption application. Have a question? Please read our Frequently Asked Questions and Adoption Processed Explained documentation. Statistics Name: Nyx Breed: Jack Russel Terrier Age: 8 Years Size: Small 15 lbs ~Small range: Up to 25 lbs. Adoption Donation: $75 (applicable sales tax included). Adoption fees may be paid with cash or check. Other: Spayed Female, vaccinations current, microchip, Older considerate children (7+) only, No other pets, Needs fenced-in yard **  Nyx qualifies for our Seniors for Seniors Program.  This program places senior dogs (age 8 or older) with senior citizens (age 65 or older) at a reduced adoption fee of $65.00.  If you qualify and are interested in participating in this program, please fill out an application online and type "SENIOR" after your name. Nyx just wants to be your girl and get lots of love and attention. Foster Home Feedback * No other pets, Older considerate children (7+) only, and Fenced-in yard * Nyx is on medication for her allergies, 3 different medications for cardiomyopathy and 1 medication that helps with her anxiety. These medications cost around $140 each month. 12/26/18: Have you been missing the perfect welcome home committee in your life? Feeling sad when you walk in the door and there is no one excited to see you? Well, look no further! Nyx is the perfect dog for you! Nyx is always happy to see you when you walk through the door. Even if you've only been gone for 30 seconds to check the mail! Nyx is so smart; she can do several tricks and I have no doubt she could learn more. She communicates so well. She actually will "remind" me when she needs to take her meds. I think it's about peanut butter "treat" for her. Nyx isn't a cuddler but definitely as a lot of love to give. Unless it's bedtime, then she'll crawl right in the covers with you. Nyx doesn't do well with other pets or small children. She does bark when someone is at the door. A family home with a fenced in yard where she can play will be best for her. 12/18/18: Nyx is very sweet. She communicates so well; she actually will "remind" me when she needs to take her meds. I think she knows when it's about time for her peanut butter treat. Nyx loves to snuggle under the covers at bedtime. She needs a home without other pets and she does bark, so I don't think she would do well in an apartment. All the commotion would stress her out too much. Nyx has a couple of tricks; she can sit, lay down, spin and shake. She is so, so smart! This little sweetie is so special. 10/3/18: Nyx would benefit with a family that has a backyard. She likes to patrol the perimeter and check things out. She can get some exercise herself but would also benefit from someone that will go out and play with her or take her on walks. She needs exercise of some kind. Nyx needs to be in a home with no other dogs or cats or small children. She is perfectly content to hang out where you are but doesn't feel the need to follow you everywhere you go. She is house trained and kennel trained. I would not leave her out loose in the house as I believe this makes her anxious. Nyx doesn't have accidents but if left out she will get into trouble. She does fine in her crate during the day if we have to be gone. She doesn't run into the kennel if you tell her it's time to get in her kennel but she also doesn't fight you when you put her in. She doesn't have accidents in her kennel. Nyx is very loving in her own way. She's not a snuggler, except at bedtime, but shows affection and "hugs" you with her head. It's weird but so sweet. I think she wants to snuggle but just doesn't know how to relax her body. She likes to hang out and watch TV and she snuggles up in bed. She shakes when she is excited but it doesn't seem to be a negative thing, just too much adrenaline. To view additional dogs available for adoption, please see our website: .4luvofdog
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  • Chihuahua-Unknown Mix Dog For Adoption in Fargo, ND, USA

    Aster

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    Breed: Chihuahua-Unknown Mix
    Sex: Female Female
    Age: Senior
    Location: USA
    Posted Breed: Chihuahua / Mixed (short coat). Adoption Fee: 200. {s3829code380/} If you would like to provide this dog a loving home, please fill out a pre-adoption application. Have a question? Please read our Frequently Asked Questions and Adoption Processed Explained documentation. Statistics Name: Aster Breed: Chihuahua Mix Age: 8.5 Years Size: Small 14 lbs. ~Small range: Up to 25 lbs Adoption Donation: $200 (applicable sales tax included). Adoption fees may be paid by cash or check. Other: Spayed Female, Vaccinations current, Microchip, Older considerate children only ** Aster qualifies for our Seniors for Seniors Program. This program places senior dogs (age 8 or older) with senior citizens (age 65 or older) at a reduced adoption fee of $65.00. If you qualify and are interested in participating in this program, please fill out an application online and type "SENIOR" after your name. Aster wants to be your companion. Foster Home Feedback * Aster does need to be on special food to keep her healthy. * Older considerate children only ** Aster has been diagnosed with Cushing's disease. This is a disorder where the pituitary gland produces excess cortisol. This requires a daily medication to keep regulated. Because of the Cushing's Disease, she also requires an additional medication for her liver (she may not be required to stay on this medication). The cost of these medications is around $112 per month. She will also require testing every 6-12 months to make sure her Cushing's is regulated. The testing costs about $120 each time. 2/18/19: If you are looking for a sweet, quiet and well-behaved dog, Aster could be the dog for you. Aster is potty trained, although with the severe cold this winter, she has had some accidents in the house - mostly poop because her feet get so cold trying to find the right spot to go outside. She hardly ever barks. Aster spends her time following us around or sleeping. For some reason, she can't (or thinks she can't) jump up on furniture very easily. If she's very motivated, she'll try long enough to finally get up on a low chair or ottoman but nearly any time she wants to snuggle on the furniture with someone, she will ask to be lifted up. Aster is not interested in playing and doesn't want to be around dogs that are in her face. We have three senior dogs of our own and Aster gets along very well with them. She'd do well in a home without another dog or with dogs that leave her alone. She loves to snuggle with humans but generally keeps to herself around the dogs. Aster would not enjoy living with small children since she prefers a quiet home and time to herself (Older considerate children only). She prefers to sleep in her crate at night and this winter has loved to be covered up with her fuzzy blanket when crated. Aster has Cushing's disease which is regulated with medication but it does cause her to be obsessed with food. We feed her by putting her kibble in a dog puzzle so she has to work to get the food and slows her down so she doesn't gobble it up so quickly. If given the chance, she will rush to steal all the other dogs' food so we either crate her to eat or feed her in a separate room. This is also important because she tends to get bladder stones and is on special food to help prevent those. She can only have her special food - no other dog food, treats or human food. The weather has prevented us from taking her on walks but she gets very excited when we take out her leash so we suspect she will enjoy going on walks when the weather is nicer. She rides nicely in the car and will snuggle up on her bed or the seat. We adore Aster and will miss her when she finds her new family. The day she leaves will be bittersweet for us but the family who adopts her will be very lucky. 9/25/18: Aster came to the rescue with a variety of medical problems, but she feels like a new dog now! She currently lives with 2 dogs her size and 1 cat, which she gets along with, but she is not very playful. Aster would much rather hang out with her people on the couch. If she lived with or without other pets, it would make no difference to her. She has accidents occasionally, but I think most of those were due to her bladder stones. Aster has gotten much better since she had them removed. She paces back and forth in front of the door when she has to go potty, and if you wait too long, there will be a mess to clean up. Aster sleeps well in the kennel, almost never makes a sound. As soon as she gets out of the kennel, she goes right outside to do her business. She has never once gone potty in the kennel in over 2 months, even with the occasional long day in there. She is good with all sizes and genders of people and pets. She doesn't make much fuss at all about anything. You feed her, pet her, and give her a bed to sleep in and she will be your best friend! Aster does need to be on special food to keep her healthy. To view additional dogs available for adoption, please see our website: .4luvofdog
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  • Miniature Pinscher-Unknown Mix Dog For Adoption in Fargo, ND, USA

    Lil Pumpkin

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    Breed: Miniature Pinscher-Unknown Mix
    Sex: Female Female
    Age: Senior
    Location: USA
    Posted Breed: Miniature Pinscher / Mixed (short coat). Adoption Fee: 200. {s3829code380/} If you would like to provide this dog a loving home, please fill out a pre-adoption application. Have a question? Please read our Frequently Asked Questions and Adoption Processed Explained documentation. Statistics Name: Lil Pumpkin Breed: Miniature Pinscher Mix Age: 13.5 Years Size: Small 7 lbs. ~Small range: Up to 25 lbs Adoption Donation: $200 (applicable sales tax included). Adoption fees may be paid by cash or check. Other: Spayed Female, Vaccinations current, Microchip, Older considerate children only, Not apt. friendly ** Lil Pumpkin qualifies for our Seniors for Seniors Program. This program places senior dogs (age 8 or older) with senior citizens (age 65 or older) at a reduced adoption fee of $65.00. If you qualify and are interested in participating in this program, please fill out an application online and type "SENIOR" after your name. Lil Pumpkin is a sweet little girl! Foster Home Feedback 11/12/18: Lil pumpkin has been with us for about 3 months and I would say it has taken about that long to start to see her true personality. She has had 3 surgeries to remove all of her teeth and a few tumors. She eats food softened with water, but not having teeth does not seem to have slowed her down. She has a great appetite and gets a little pushy when it’s time to eat. Punky has seemed to prefer men over women. If given the choice, she will sit in her foster dad’s lap and follow him around when he is home. If he’s not home, she will settle for foster mom’s lap. She is potty trained but it is helpful to supervise her outside as she will try to sneak in before going potty. She has had a few accidents in the house but again, making sure she goes potty before coming in is helpful with this. Pumpkin isn’t so excited about being kenneled and she will bark in her kennel. She may not be the best fit for an apartment as she tends to bark at feeding time, in her kennel and random other times such as when we go out to the garage or outside without her. She gets along great with other dogs but does not prefer to play. Pumpkin’s very into her favorite spot on the back of our sofa, napping or watching over the rest of the house. Pumpkin does not seem to like sudden movements or loud noises. Small children would be too much for her most likely. She has some difficulty in the car; we think she hasn’t really been in a car much. She does not like to be kenneled in the car, but kenneling her is the safer option. If she is not kenneled, she tends to climb all over and is not generally safe. Punky is a sweet, snuggly tiny little gal. She is so enjoyable and would make a great companion in a quiet home, preferably someone who is home more often than not. To view additional dogs available for adoption, please see our website: .4luvofdog
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  • Bluetick Coonhound Dog For Adoption in Fargo, ND, USA

    Springa

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    Breed: Bluetick Coonhound
    Sex: Female Female
    Age: Young
    Location: USA
    Posted Breed: Bluetick Coonhound (short coat). Adoption Fee: 200. {s3829code380/} If you would like to provide this dog a loving home, please fill out a pre-adoption application. Have a question? Please read our Frequently Asked Questions and Adoption Processed Explained documentation. Statistics Name: Springa Breed: Bluetick Coonhound Age: 10 Months (Approx. DOB: 4/23/18) Size: Medium (Once fully grown) ~Medium range: 26-60 lbs Adoption Donation: $200 (applicable sales tax included). Adoption fees may be paid by cash or check. Other: Spayed Female, Vaccinations current, Microchip, Not apartment friendly, Older considerate children only Springa needs an exercise partner. Have you got the energy level to match? Foster Home Feedback 3/17/19: We've had Springa for a week now and she is truly the sweetest girl. I think it's important for an interested adopter to have experience with this breed or do research before adopting. She has some bad manners but Springa is so smart and easily corrected, especially with food and has made so much progress in a week's time. She has a ton of energy and loves to play outside and go for walks. She gets her name Springa for a reason: she bounces through the snow like Tigger. She walks well on the leash but is easily distracted by humans or other dogs. She does really well in the house. Springa has had no accidents and goes potty as soon as you take her outside. She loves to nap and cuddle, especially under the covers. Springa does have the typical "Coondog bay" and will make it known whenever someone is outside. No one will ever show up unannounced again. She loves meeting new people and has done great with people of all ages. 3/4/19: Springa is a tiny little girl that is full of fun and joy, and needs someone to share it all with! She really needs some stability in her life. Springa is young and loves her people. She has a great heart and the best intentions, but her manners could use some work. Though we are working with her on this, she will need a home where her training is kept consistent. Springa can be a very sweet girl when she's calm and collected but she is young and has a lot of energy to burn. Due to her hound bark, she would not be suitable for apartment living. Springa has shown to be dog selective; so finding her the proper play partner will be important. To view additional dogs available for adoption, please see our website: .4luvofdog
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  • Labrador Retriever-Unknown Mix Dog For Adoption in Fargo, ND, USA

    Stormie

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    Breed: Labrador Retriever-Unknown Mix
    Sex: Female Female
    Age: Young
    Location: USA
    Posted Breed: Labrador Retriever / Mixed (medium coat). Adoption Fee: 200. {s3829code380/} If you would like to provide this dog a loving home, please fill out a pre-adoption application. Have a question? Please read our Frequently Asked Questions and Adoption Processed Explained documentation. Statistics Name: Stormie Breed: Labrador Retriever Mix Age: 7 Months (Approx DOB: 7/22/18) Size: Medium (Once fully grown) ~Medium range: 25-60 lbs Adoption Donation: $200 (applicable sales tax included). Adoption fees may be paid by cash or check. Other: Spayed Female, Vaccinations current, Microchip Stormie is glad to be out of the cold and would love some TLC. Foster Home Feedback 3/16/19: Week 3 and 4: Stormie has settled in and is starting to show her playful puppy side. She loves to chew her chew toys and playing with my dog. She hasn’t chewed up anything in the house, but she will pick things up and bring them to her kennel... shoes, a pillow, remote control, etc. She has learned to let me know if she has to go outside and has no more accidents. However, when visiting my mom a couple of times, Stormie had a few accidents but just because it was a new environment. She is pretty well kennel trained. She goes to her kennel when it’s time without crying. Most days during the week, I will let her out at lunch or come home early to let her out. Stormie is still a puppy and has to go often. We found out that Stormie gets car sick. Quick car trips are no problem but anything over 15 minutes, she will start to get sick. Stormie is very sweet, playful and is well behaved. She has had little interaction with other dogs (besides mine) and does well. She had not been around any kids but I believe she would do well around them. 3/3/19: Week 1: Stormie spent the week adjusting to her new surroundings. I spent the week working from home to be with her while she adjusted. She had several accidents inside but has started to learn to go to the patio door when she needs to be let out. She has been very lethargic and spent most of the week sleeping and eating, not much playing. She sleeps in her kennel all night with no issues. Week 2: Stormie is a completely different dog compared to last week. She is starting to show her personality and playful side. Stormie is incredibly sweet and loves to cuddle. This week, I worked in the office, so it was the first time she was kenneled during the day. I have a camera in my apartment so I was able to check in on her. She would cry for the first 30 minutes after I left but would calm down. I went home at lunch every day to let her out. The first few days, she was resistant to going in the kennel but by the end of the week, she learned the routine. Same goes for being kenneled at night, however, she does cry at least once a night to be let outside. She only had a couple of accidents at the beginning of the week but by the end of the week, she knew to sit by the patio door to go outside. However, if you are not paying attention, she will not wait much longer than a minute before going potty while she waits. Stormie has been in a few short trips in the car and does fine. But on our trip to Detroit Lakes and back, she got car sick both ways. We are working on “manners” such as sitting after coming inside until excused and sitting while waiting for breakfast/dinner. Stormie is a quick learner. She loves to play and tries to “wrestle” with me. My dog is 5 years old and isn’t very interested in playing with a puppy so chew toys keep Stormie entertained. To view additional dogs available for adoption, please see our website: .4luvofdog
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  • Shih Tzu Dog For Adoption in Fargo, ND, USA

    Gizmo

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    Breed: Shih Tzu
    Sex: Male Male
    Age: Adult
    Location: USA
    Posted Breed: Shih Tzu (long coat). Adoption Fee: 200. {s3829code380/} If you would like to provide this dog a loving home, please fill out a pre-adoption application. Have a question? Please read our Frequently Asked Questions and Adoption Processed Explained documentation. Statistics Name: Gizmo Breed: Shih Tzu Age: 7.5 Years Size: Small 16 lbs. ~Large range: Up to 25 lbs Adoption Donation: $200 (applicable sales tax included). Adoption fees may be paid by cash or check. Other: Neutered Male, Vaccinations current, Microchip Gizmo would just love to have a home! Foster Home Feedback * Gizmo appears to have some allergies of unknown origin. Allergies can change and Gizmo may experience flare-ups that require treatment and medications in the future. 1/19/19: Gizmo has been in my home for a few weeks, and he’s doing awesome! He had to have his haircut and some meds for an ear infection. You can tell he’s feeling so much better. He is currently living with another dog, two cats, and three children; he gets along with all of them. Gizmo is very sweet and has zero aggression. He’s potty trained and is loose during the day while we are gone and I don’t think he leaves his spot on the couch that whole time. I did try to kennel Gizmo but he got very nervous so I’ve just let him stay out. At night, he will usually go into one of the kid's bed and sleep there. He barks occasionally but isn’t a huge barker. Gizmo is such a sweet dog and would be a good fit in any home. To view additional dogs available for adoption, please see our website: .4luvofdog
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  • Lhatese Dog For Adoption in Fargo, ND, USA

    Echo

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    Breed: Lhatese
    Sex: Female Female
    Age: Senior
    Location: USA
    Posted Breed: Lhasa Apso / Maltese / Mixed (long coat). Adoption Fee: 200. {s3829code380/} If you would like to provide this dog a loving home, please fill out a pre-adoption application. Have a question? Please read our Frequently Asked Questions and Adoption Processed Explained documentation. Statistics Name: Echo Breed: Lhasa Apso - Maltese Mix Age: 12 Years Size: Small 9 lbs. ~Small range: Up to 25 lbs Adoption Donation: $200 (applicable sales tax included). Adoption fees may be paid by cash or check. Other: Spayed Female, Vaccinations current, Microchip, Not apartment friendly **  Echo qualifies for our Seniors for Seniors Program.  This program places senior dogs (age 8 or older) with senior citizens (age 65 or older) at a reduced adoption fee of $65.00.  If you qualify and are interested in participating in this program, please fill out an application online and type "SENIOR" after your name. Echo would love to have a new friend...Is that you? Foster Home Feedback 3/5/19: Echo has had several adventures since she arrived about a month ago. On her second day, she went to the groomer, who reported she did very well having her shaggy matted hair restyled. Then she had several teeth removed and discovered that it's fun to eat. A couple of weeks later she was spayed. After all that, she is still excited about going in the car and rides well. Echo was having some accidents in the house when she arrived, but since her spay, she's been going outside consistently, in spite of the cold. She would do best where she could be let out at least every 4-5 hours during the day. I have not kenneled Echo at all and she mostly goes from one comfy place to another. Her favorite spot, when I leave, is the back of the loveseat where she can see out the window and keep tabs on the neighborhood. She doesn't bark a lot, but when she does, it's an attention-getter. An apartment might not be her best environment. Echo's confidence has grown every day, and she has become playful and found an appreciation for stuffed toys. She does growl to warn the other four dogs if she thinks they might take her toy away, so it would probably be best if everyone in her new home understands and respects her boundaries. I don't know how she would do with cats, but she does peacefully coexist with my dogs, with the exception previously mentioned. She sleeps on the bed with them and me. Echo likes to be near people but is not an extreme cuddler. She will come over for attention, but then move on to other pursuits. As she recovers from her adventures, her personality is still evolving. She may take a while to trust another new situation, but when she does, she'll be a spunky little honey. Echo would do better in a home with older considerate children. To view additional dogs available for adoption, please see our website: .4luvofdog
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  • Chihuahua Dog For Adoption in Fargo, ND, USA

    Damon

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    Breed: Chihuahua
    Sex: Male Male
    Age: Adult
    Location: USA
    Posted Breed: Chihuahua (short coat). Adoption Fee: 180. {s3829code380/} If you would like to provide this dog a loving home, please fill out a pre-adoption application. Have a question? Please read our Frequently Asked Questions and Adoption Processed Explained documentation. Statistics Name: Damon Breed: Chihuahua Age: 4 Years Size: Small 12 lbs. ~Small range: up to 25 lbs. Adoption Donation: $180 (applicable sales tax included). Adoption fees may be paid with cash or check. Other: Neutered Male, Vaccinations current, Microchip, No children Damon loves going for walks and car rides! Foster Home Feedback * No children 3/8/19: Damon is patiently waiting for Spring to come, so he can go on those walks he missed all winter long and to lose those extra pounds he put on... Who is ready to give Damon a try? Once he warms up to his adopter he'll be your friend for life (but the adopter still needs to be cautious around new people). He loves to play with his toys if you throw them. Damon is always willing to go for those car rides. He's right by the door hoping he gets to go along. Damon needs a quiet home. He does like to snuggle with me and hides under the blankets to take his nap. Check Damon out; set up a meet with Damon. He may surprise us all. 1/21/19: Damon is still looking for his Forever home! I know this sweet boy has some issues - but he is a wonderful and loving dog that just needs time to adjust to a new home that will take a few months. It will be a challenge, but you will do fine - don't give up. Just give him space and when Damon is ready he will come to you. Give him some treats, he likes treats! - Loves scratches behind his ears and neck. - Loves to look out the window in my living room. - Sleeps on my bed at night or under the covers. - Likes squeaky toys. - Knows how to sit when asked to. For a treat of course. - He is a smart little dog. If you have the time to work with him. - Well behaved. He's not kenneled at all & has the run of the house. When we leave, all of our dogs are separated so there are no issues while we are gone. - If you have a fenced in yard that would be wonderful! The only thing you will have to watch out for is when you're out walking him, don't let anyone pet him. He does have the word "Caution" on his leash and harness that will go with him when adopted. * Remember to put Damon in another room when guests come over to visit. * Please read all of Damon's write-ups. * Damon has met a few cats he's not quite sure of them so I would supervise them if cats are in the home. I know Damon well enough if you have questions. So, if you would be willing to give this little guy a chance by adopting him, I will do my best to try to help you. Let's find him a Forever Home! 11/26/18: Hello, this little guy's name is Damon. I'm going to start off by saying this little guy needs a home where it's quiet for him, not a lot of noise and commotion going on. (He needs a home with No children). He gets very nervous and can be a little growly and nippy. Damon needs his space to feel comfortable in a NEW home and he will come to you when he feels comfortable. Also, I would suggest if having company over, I would put Damon in another room so he isn't too frightened or nervous. Damon is one of those Chihuahua's that get attached to only a few people or that one person. He is on a medication called Clomicalm for separation anxiety. Damon loves his walks and is always willing to go for a car ride. He loves to sit with me in the recliner and watch TV. He likes his toys; he always waits for me to throw them. Damon is a little goof-ball, and he does get along with other dogs his size. Damon will need a special home that gives him a chance to feel comfortable and safe. To view additional dogs available for adoption, please see our website: .4luvofdog
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