Live Love Rescue
Please mouse over or click on the pictures of our dogs to read more about them. Please note: Our 'breeds' listed are strictly a wild guess. We do not do DNA testing, unless requested and paid for by a prospective adopter. Click here to read why.
Name: Malley Sex: Female Breed: Pit Approx Age: 3 Approx Weight: 50 + Good w/dogs: Selective Good w/cats: no Good w/kids: Selective Crate Trained: Yes Housebroken: Yes Energy Level: Medium Training: I know some commands.What my foster family thinks of me: She is mostly mellow, except for the occasional zoomie, and absolutely loves snuggling in a lap. She is a touch shy, but definitely loves people. My Adoption Fee: $200. SAFER Assessment: Look: #1 Holds gaze with soft eyes, soft body. Sensitivity: #1 Stands still and accepts the touch. Tag: #1 Stands still with tail low and wagging. Squeeze: #1 No response Food: #2 Calmly allows food to be moved, follows dish Toy: #1 Settles close to chew will drop Rawhide: #1 No interest Dog to Dog: #1 Approaches helper dog in play position.
Name: Wednesday Addams Age: 8 months Breed: Black lab / pit mix Female 35-40 lbs Good w/other dogs Ok with cats, occasionally chase for fun- not aggressively and easily redirected Good w kids Crate trained Housebroken Good on a leash Knows basic commands (sit,stay,heel) Energy level - up and down, is a good running companion but also is lazy and snuggles. Adoption Fee: $250
Name: Eva: Breed: Mix Breed Approx Age: 3-4 yrs old Approx Weight: +/- 40 lbs Good w/dogs: Has barrier issues, barks at other dogs if she is leashed, caged, or fenced. Plays well with dogs of her same energy level Good w/cats: yes Crate Trained: yes Housebroken: yes Energy Level: med high Training: food motivated, loses interest quickly but once she learns something she is very good at following commands. What my foster family thinks of me: Sweet dog who needs someone who has patience to train her and keep her away from situations where she can bark at other dogs. Adoption fee: $200
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So what do these SAFER scores listed mean?
SAFERs are standard temperament tests that have 7 tests and are scored on a 1-5 scale with 1 being the highest. See more information about the test here - http://www.aspcapro.org/aspca-safer.php
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Items urgently needed:
We have an immediate need for canned dog food (Pedigree or better quality, please), canned pumpkin (just plain ol' pumpkin, not the pie filling), laundry pods/detergent for high efficiency washer, paper towels, and newspapers!
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