WE HAVE SUFFICIENT APPLICATIONS IN FOR RACER AT THIS POINT
One yr old Racer is a loving playful boy with a wiggly body, wiggly butt, and big, soft eyes. He walks well on the leash, with a few excited bounces when walking. He did not pull, only full extended the leash and then returned back to my side. Once in the yard he explored around for a bit, but then approached us a few times, putting his head in our laps and soliciting attention. He was more interested in interacting than running around. He's a real sweetheart this kid! Click on his photo below to see more pix on Petfinder!
Abbie is a sweet senior who has lived with the same family since she was 8 weeks old. She is loved and cared for, but circumstances are changing with the passing of her human mama. Abbie is a calm, laid back girl who lives with and enjoys the company of the cats in the home. She is a couch potato kind of gal, who likes peace and quiet. Because of this, and since she has not lived with children, we are saying no children. She walks well on leash and will not pull. We have been asked to help rehome this lovely girl. Abbie is house and crate trained, fully vetted and up to date, loves to give kisses, and will alert you if she hears someone outside. She is a Rottie after all! If you would like a gentle companion who has only known love everyday of her life, just submit an application for her! More pix on Petfinder! Just click on her photo!
Chop is 1 yrs old and was surrendered to a shelter because his owners were moving. He has an exceptional temperament and is a real sweetie. He lived with and loves children. Cats are unknown. In his leashed dog test with us he was curious and appropriate, but his owners said they didn't really have him around other dogs because they didn't know anyone who had dogs. In the shelter's tests with him a male dog jumped on him and across his back three times and each time he tried to avoid him. The fourth time, he gave a low warning to the rude dog! Not sure why the other dog was used, but good boy Chop! At the kennel during a Meet, when Chop jumped at the other dog, the dog reacted strongly and then Chop did too. He would probably do best as an only dog until he attended group Obedience classes so a trainer can observe him with other dogs and give suggestions. Click on his photo on the left to see more pix on Petfinder!