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|Rescue Me ID: 18-04-18-00445Wilson (male)|
We all know that Wilson makes for a great friend, and that's me! I am a friendly, sweet and calm boy who is ready for his forever home. I live with cats and dogs at the moment and I am happy to have them in my new home, but if you don't have any furry friends then you can just dote on me. I am a little scared of new dogs until I get to know them, so I am quite passive and submissive. I love people but I sometimes get nervous meeting new people and will howl - yep that's right, no barking from me, just a howl! It's my way of saying I'm nervous. Once you pet me and show me you're a kind person then I am Wiggly Wilson as my whole body wiggles when I wag my tail. I LOVE attention. Oh and I am crate and potty trained too. I will learn lots of new commands with you if you offer me positive reinforcement and treats :) *All of The Right to Live dogs are fostered locally in San Antonio Texas and will be transported to other states to their new families upon adoption. We believe fostering dogs and not having them decompress in a kennelled environment is more beneficial for the dogs and builds their trust and companionship in a family situation. Adoption fee includes transportation costs, previous/current medical treatment (spay/neuter, etc.) and a health certificate for cross-state travel* (Less)
The Right To Live Rescue
Lane County Eugene, OR MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 18-04-17-00101Sadie (female)|
Sadie's idea home would be an avid trail runner or Mountain biker. Someone who is looking for a copilot in life. She may be almost 6 but she has the energy of a 2 year old and wants nothing more than to be with her person... Sadie has been well trained but her training has not been strongly enforced. A little consistency brings it right back as she is very driven to please. She prefers to walk in the left, knows heel. She'll sit beside you when you stop walking and put both your feet together. Knows sit and stay as well as lay down. Her release word is Break. Get into the car is load up. Sadie has always had a habit of cowering when were trying to teach her something or she is confused and especially if your unhappy (even if it's not about her). We say break break break animatedly and she will quickly reset. SADIE COME! Will bring her right back immediately. Even when hiking with her off leash. Sadie LOVES the tennis ball and would be considered obsessed so a home that doesn't plan to use that as her form of exercise would be best Sadie is ok with other dogs but is more interested in people and would be best/happiest as an only dog. She either doesn't care about the other dogs much or is jealous, demonstrated but a little snarl. She is so smart and is really quick to figure out a trick or find her hidden ball, take direction. Again. She's really driven to please and loves to have her mind challenged. Good in the car Not a barky dog so I pay attention if she's barking She's always been happy to hang out in her kennel. She does not shed much!!! Does not have a sensitive stomach and is incredibly food driven. She will inhale her food and eat everyone else's within reach faster than you can blink. Very prey driven.. $300 adoption fee. Located in Central Oregon. (Less)
Herd U Needed A Home Canine Rescue
39042 Clover Flat Rd
Lake County Paisley, OR 97636 MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 18-04-16-00504Bert (male)|
Meet Bert! Bert is a beautiful 65 lb cattle dog mix, with a bit of a rough start in life. He grew up completely unsocialized in an orchard in the Central Valley of California. He shared the orchard with a few wild dogs and a colony of feral cats. He was eventually trapped and since then he has resided at the Kings County Animal Shelter. The staff made every effort to socialize and befriend Bert, but he was very afraid in his kennel. Potential adopters passed Bert by and didn't pay him any mind because he was so reluctant to interact. The director of the shelter reached out to a foster family to see if Bert could become a temporary member of their family. Bert has lived with his foster family since February 2018. Bert shares his foster home with two rowdy boys (6 and 3 years old), 4 cats, and 3 large breed dogs. He was introduced slowly and gets along well with everyone. He plays well with the dogs, ignores the cats (even when they rub all over him), and generally ignores the crazy kids (they ignore him as well). Bert's foster family loves him and he's welcome to stay as long as he needs. He is crate trained, potty trained, mellow, leash trained, and knows how to sit. Once Bert is given the chance to acclimate to his new surroundings he settles in quite nicely. He loves to follow his person around and lay on the floor near them. Bert would do well in a calmer environment where he's allowed to become comfortable on his terms. He still needs some work when it comes to new faces and furry friends, he needs to go slowly. He would do best in a home that is familiar and experienced with dogs like him, and of course a home that's willing to spoil him with treats and willing to take a bit of time to ease him into new situations. He needs help building his confidence, and ongoing training will provide excellent scaffolding for that and other things, like recall and commands. Bert's favorite pastimes are relaxing, playing with his foster brothers and sisters, long walks, and learning to be a dog and chase balls and play with toys! Do you think you might be a good candidate for Bert? He is waiting to hear from you! (Less)
Yamhill County Yamhill, OR MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 18-03-12-00375Jade (female)|
A very sweet dog. Submissive, but protective. Needs a new home.
Yamhill County Sheridan, OR MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 18-03-03-00347Foreman (male)|
Foreman is a love of a dog. He is great around people and good with other dogs he has a chance to get to know. At the dog park he got a little over excited and forgot his manners. He needs a family that is active. He loves to play outside, run, hike, walk etc. He is good in a kennel for short periods of time. (He is used to sleeping in the bedroom with his human.) Foreman is looking for a forever family that has the time to play with him and teach him some better manners. He is pretty good on a leash, but does get excited if he see's other dogs - he wants to play.
Washington County Portland, OR MAP IT!
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|PIease Read Before Adopting a Border Collie in Oregon|
Border Collie Dogs can make good pets in Oregon if they match your IifestyIe. Border Collies are extremely intelligent, faithful dogs who live to please their masters. Border Collies need lots of attention and praise. They respond to high level obedience training and make excellent Frisbee dogs and farm workers. Border Collies do well in large yards or with acreage and they need a job to do. If a Border Collie becomes bored, he will find his own job to do and it may not be the owner's idea of work. Border Collies do well with older children and other dogs, and some Border Collies can coexist with cats. However, it depends on the dog, and generally Border Collies should not be trusted with non-canine pets.
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