Hi there! I was recently rescued by National Mill Dog Rescue, here is what my dedicated care team already knows about me: I am friendly, playful and easy-going with other dogs, but I still need to be tested with different sized dogs and genders. I am looking for a home with a yard, where I can learn all about potty training and how to walk on a leash. Cautious but friendly around people, loud noises, and sudden movements can still frighten me. I may be shy, but I am sweet and just unsure about new things. Every day I am coming around and figuring out that I am safe. Lots of love in my forever home should make me blossom into the dog I am meant to be. Please check back soon to read my full biography! Prior to being rescued, many of our dogs have experienced minimal socialization. As a result, there is often an adjustment period when learning about life as a family pet. We typically do not adopt to homes with children under 6 years old; homes with older children will be considered on an individual basis. Common skills such as housetraining and leash walking will often take a little extra time. Patience, understanding and a gentle hand are a must. The great news is, most of these dogs come around rather quickly and being a part of their rehabilitation is an extremely rewarding experience. Learn about mill dogs and fill out an application at our website: http://milldogrescue.org Opt to Adopt! Get all the details on this adoptable pet or search for others just like them by clicking this link: https://www.petango.com/Adopt/Dog-Alaskan-Klee-Kai-34428077
Buddy of Cape Coral, FL is an adoptable pet with Eskie Rescuers United, American Eskimo Dog Rescue, Inc. in Randallstown MD. Please visit their website at http://www.eskierescuers.org
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The Animal Rescue Foundation's Fifth Annual Get Your Licks on Route 66 Cross-Country Animal Adoption Tour visited the Woodland Hills Mall on Sunday.
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Pocholo is a handsome min. Husky mix rescued from a high kill shelter in Miami, Florida. Fully housebroken, neutered, UTD on shots, microchip & good with children; won't you consider adopting him?
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This was pulled from Fox4KC.com. Susan HilandMeagan Kelleher, Web Producer November 25, 2009 LEE'S SUMMIT, Mo. - Some dogs are getting a first class ticket to a new life. Pilots across the country volunteer their time to fly rescue animals to shelters or foster homes and eventually a new home. For most of the animals, it's a life-saving flight. At the Lee's Summit airport, Sam Taylor gets ready for a flight. Mary Jane Wilder-Hardee with the Midwest Shiba Inu Rescue brings Natasha to the airport. Natasha was dumped one night at a shelter in Chillicothe. She has a bad back leg that will probably be removed. Wilder-Hardee said she has been shuttled around and is ready for a permanent home. Natasha will eventually be flown to Minnesota, where she'll go to a foster home and be eventually adopted out to a new home. All this is made possible thanks to Pilot N Paws. Shelters and rescue groups network to decide which animals should be moved, and where they have a better chance of being adopted. Then Pilots N Paws steps in, to get the animals where they need to go. Natasha was flown to Moberly, Mo. where pilot Chris Leiting and his son Tanner will take her on to Minnesota. But Taylor doesn't fly back to the metro empty handed. He picks up another shiba inu whose owner went into a nursing home. Some may think flying rescue animals is a little over the top, but many rescue animals are older, or have medical problems. The non-profit organization has more than 1,000 pilots nationwide who make the trips. In the metro there are eight Pilot N Paws pilots, including Sarah Owens. She's flown nine times, rescuing 24 animals. Owens just returned from Manhattan, Kan with Odie, a lovable mixed terrier who was schedule to be euthanized. Odie will fly on to a "no-kill" shelter in Des Moines. A Heinz-57 Pet Rescue monitors over crowded shelters to save animals like Odie from certain death and now Odie will ultimately be placed in a new home.
A very shy puppy is at Contra Costa Animal Services in Pinole.. Due to shyness he is available for Rescue groups only. Puppy ID is A759098 name Goti. Please help if you can rescue him and find a good foster home. 925-335-8330 for more information. Thank you!