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|Rescue Me ID: 15-08-26-00697Mandy's Junior Boy (male)|
DATE DOG IS COMING TO 1st EVENT: 08/28 ADOPTION FEE IS: 360.00 APPROXIMATE WEIGHT: 5-10 lbs APPROXIMATE AGE: 2 months Adoption fee includes spay/neuter, age appropriate vaccines and microchip This pup will be at Petco Lakewood (address is 475 S Wadsworth Blvd, Lakewood, Co) Wednesday 4pm-7pm Yappy Hour Specials Friday 4pm-7pm Saturday 10am-2pm You can email email@example.com To reserve a pup, the adoption process is: 1. Fill out an adoption application on www.4p4l.org and get approved 2. Pay on paypal on our website where it says donate. You do not have to have a paypal account. Adoption fee includes spay, age appropriate vaccines, microchip and 1st 30 days of free pet insurance. 1st 7 days can go to our vet for free with problems. Please check website for locations/hours at www.4p4l.org Check out our Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/4Paws4LifeRescue (Less)
4 Paws 4 Life rescue
Denver County Denver, CO MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 15-08-23-00053Oz (male)|
The Golden Retriever/Long haired Dachshund mix is a perfect combo for those who are searching for an extremely smart and loyal family dog. Of utmost importance...both breeds are famous for their great temperaments and extremely loving and snuggly ways. They're also known to be trustworthy and very playful and gentle with family members and other family pets. Since this breed mix requires a certain amount of exercise and absolutely love being with their people...if a walk or hike is the order of the day - count them in! These mixes are known to run joyfully and energetically through the Colorado mountains...and then crash on the couch snuggling close to their favorite humans and canines . Oz is an absolutely adorable and engaging guy who favors the intellect of the Dachshund while taking on the very engaging people-skills of the Golden Retriever . Oz actually resembles a tiny Golden with just a touch of Doxy in the mix for some additional cuteness. His apricot coat is all-Golden...gorgeous and cottony-soft. Oz will therefore require periodic baths/brushing and great nutrition to keep his coat healthy and increasingly more beautiful as he loses the old hair of his shelter days. Oz's sweet nature is just waiting to be enjoyed and appreciated...he makes playmates everywhere he goes. He is social and that means everyone he meets has the potential to become a friend. You know when a loved one approaches, Oz's tail starts the greeting and it wiggles up through his entire body ending in a smile. And if a place is available next to a favorite family member, up Oz goes to cuddle and snuggle and let you know the level of his devotion. Oz is such a wonderful being...we think that he represents the best qualities of his breeds. At about 18 - 24 months old and 15 lbs, Oz seems to have left behind the neglect and lack of love that made up his early life. While he may be initially shy, Oz has become a fuzzy ball of good-will that loves to please - the happier his family is with his behavior, the more he shines with his accomplishments. We would like to see Oz in a home that includes him in family time and activities...he's a very happy guy once comfortable in his surroundings and would thrive in a family that truly loves him and considers him a very important family member. Oz would be a wonderful companion for active retirees or families with kids 10+ (no tail pulling or poking please) who have the time and desire to be best friends with a truly adorable young guy. Oz doesn't require another dog to be happy...but does enjoy his canine relationships and playtime with kind and gentle like-sized dogs. We've requested that Oz be neutered and microchipped prior to his transport to Denver. We're not optimistic that our request will be fulfilled due to too many dogs and too few vets in impoverished Alamosa, CO. If Oz arrives unfixed, Farfel's will be happy to cover all costs for his neuter and microchip if our Denver vet is used. Oz will be arriving on transport in Denver on Thursday 8/27/15. Applications are currently being accepted and can be found at http://farfelsrescue.com/adoption/. If you're interested in this sweet and playful best friend, please fill out and return to firstname.lastname@example.org. (Less)
Boulder County Boulder, CO MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 15-08-20-00332Huxley (male)|
This is Huxley! On May 5th, his mom knew she was about to bring Huxley & his littermates into this world. She had been living life as a stray, scavenging for food to support her unborn family. She wanted a better life for her pups. She wandered into a nice, Arkansas neighborhood and gave birth in someones backyard. It was a smart decision because the family took them in! They decided to adopt mom & find homes for her babies. Alison, a wonderful rescuer in AR, reached out to us in hopes of rescue for the litter. How could we possibly say no!? We think there are many dads to this litter of pups because they all look so different! Mom is a yellow lab mix who is around 35lbs. We are giving our best guess but can't promise you we're right. Who cares though, rescue mutts are the CUTEST! Huxley is a sweet guy who is just under 5 months of age. He loves to rough house and play with his siblings! Huxley would do well in house with other playful dogs but may annoy older dogs with his energy. Huxley would also enjoy going the dog park & daycare when he is old enough. As energetic as he is, Huxley is just as happy being a couch potato! He will lounge on any available lap. He is a bit shy at first (as most puppies are), but warms up quickly. Huxley is almost house trained, HUGE plus! Huxley is really a blank slate, these early months will really shape who he is as an adult. We encourage our adopters to take puppies to positive reinforcement obedience classes & to socialize them as much as possible! Huxley is currently in Arkansas and will be transported to Colorado when we have an open foster or an approved adopter ready to welcome him. If you think you can give this handsome devil the life he deserves please email us at email@example.com. Thanks! (Less)
Sunshine Canyon Dog Rescue
Boulder County Boulder, CO MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 15-07-22-00421Farley (male)|
The Golden Retriever/German Shepherd mix is a perfect combo for those who are searching for an extremely sweet and loyal family dog. Of utmost importance...both breeds are famous for their temperaments, intelligence and loving ways. Since this breed mix requires exercise and love being with their people...if a hike or outdoor fun is the order of the day - count them in! These mixes are known to run joyfully and energetically through the Colorado mountains...and then crash on the couch snuggling close to their favorite humans. Farley's current foster had the following to say about this loyal and devoted dog: Farley is so funny and chock-full of character. His silly antics make us laugh. He sleeps in funny positions that we call doggie yoga. He is so happy in the mornings, wagging his tail, ready for his breakfast and morning walk/play/training time. He waits politely for his dinner and will only eat after the Okay signal. He is so smart and is a good problem solver! He learned how to open doors (look out stuffed animals!!) But after a few corrections he stopped! :) He waits politely at doors when coming inside and out. He knows obedience commands like sit, down, shake, lay, and roll over. We are working on stay and come while distracted. In addition we have been working on impulse control with leave it and look games. He is doing really well with drop it and leave it too. We can put a piece of cheese on his paw and say wait and he will wait until you give him the okay signal. He plays fetch indoors perfectly, but gets distracted outside. Farley walks on a leash with a gentle leader very well. He initially had a hard time (understandably) with barking dogs behind their fences, so now when we walk past some rude dogs he will not bark or lunge, but look to me for treats, and stay focused on me. I am very proud of him for the improvement he has made in this area. He loves his blanket and carries it with him from room to room. He does not like his crate, but does well in his indoor/outdoor kennel and dog run. He is not afraid of construction noise, thunder, or fireworks. He is happiest being near his adult people. Farley is a wonderful being who is still just a puppy at about 10 months old and 65 lbs (expected to be full-grown at about 68 - 70 lbs. As such, he could be so successful with a savvy dog-person who has the time and energy to work with Farley to bring out his wonderful traits. His foster has come such a long way with Farley...we'd like to see his training continued to bring out his full potential. In his puppyish style, Farley can be mouthy when he perceives its playtime. He can be diverted by someone who wants to put effort in...some treats and commands and he's learned to self-correct. Farley, like most puppies, is a blank slate that requires kind input and leadership to understand how to make his way in the world. . He seems to be leaving behind the lack of love and commitment that made up his early life and is ready to love and learn proper behavior. His time spent in a high-kill shelter with -Euthanasia Pending- on his cage didn't deprive Farley of his hope that someday a special family would choose him. He was being put to sleep because he had baby dermatitis due to fleas and filth...but in the end, he prevailed...and through the repeated efforts of Texas rescuers, Farley earned his ticket to Colorado. Since leaving the shelter, Farley has become a very huggable ball of shining fur with downy hair replacing the bald spots he used to have. We would like to see Farley in a home that has him involved in training and activities...he will thrive in an adult environment that truly loves him and considers him a very important part of the family. Farley would be an exceptional companion for savvy retirees who know the nature of dogs, enjoy training and have the time to bring out the best qualities of this pup with so much potential. Farley would be so happy with a job...it would speak to his working dog side that feels so proud when he's accomplished a hard day's work. Long hikes and backyard fun would also truly speak to his nature. Farley is being fostered in Denver. Meet and Greets are being set up and applications are currently being accepted and can be found at http://farfelsrescue.com/adoption/. If you're interested in this happy and fun-loving companion, please fill out and return to firstname.lastname@example.org, fax to 303-443-7730 or mail a hard copy to Farfel's Farm 906 Pearl Street Boulder, CO 80302. (Less)
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Golden Retriever Dogs can make good pets in Colorado if they match your IifestyIe. The Golden Retriever is a gundog that loves the water. Originally bred for hunting, Goldens make wonderful family pets. Golden Retrievers are very sweet, patient, gentle, and excellent with children. Goldens are eager to please and respond very well to obedience training. Goldens make good watchdogs but are far too friendly with everyone, from strangers to other dogs, to be used as guard dogs. Goldens need human companionship. They can get into trouble if neglected. This breed is suitable for homes with yards, and needs plenty of brisk daily exercise.
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