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Oscar is a sweet and happy 3 year old 8 lb chihuahua. He is a great companion and a lapdog. He loves to go for walks, play with his squeaky toys, and just relax with his humans on the sofa. He is an excellent snuggler and lovebug! He currently lives in Wayland, MA where he lives with 3 small dogs and his foster parents. Oscar would do best in with a home with someone who is home a lot. Oscar may be a little timid when first meeting people, but he will warm up within minutes - especially if tasty treats are involved. Oscar is very food-motivated. Oscar would do well as an only dog or with a small-dog companion. Oscar is up to date on all vaccinations, microchipped and is neutered. He is 90% housetrained but does have the occasional accident. He can bark occasionally, especially when he is left alone. Please submit an application if you are interested in adopting Oscar. His foster parents love chihuahuas and just adore this little man! If you're interested in this dog, please complete an application at www.alldogrescue.org. His foster parents will answer any questions you may have. His adoption fee is $300.
Chickie is a very entertaining and sweet 6 pound chi. She has a big happy personality and will keep you laughing. This 3 year old dog is curious, bold, active, and self-assured, but she is also a huge cuddler who loves her people and wants to be with them. She is afraid of men so would prefer a female household, and she would probably do best in an adult household. Definitely no small kids as she is too tiny. She is not super-clingy but will follow you around, and if your lap is not available she is very happy to find another spot on a comfy chair or dog bed near you. She loves her walks and is great on leash; no pulling, no barking at people or other dogs, and she keeps up a good pace. She loves toys and will run and fetch and will even bring her toys back for another toss! She is a very spirited dog but is not a big barker unless new people come in the house. She is crate trained but would prefer to have run of the house. She is not at all destructive and if she's home alone she will find a cozy spot to sleep. Chickie can be bossy with other dogs initially, but she will take corrections. She lived with two other chihuahuas and cats in her former home, but I''m not sure she wouldn't chase new cats. She loves to run after birds and squirrels outside. She is now living with a pitbull and another chi in her foster home. She would love to have a dog sibling to play with, but that dog would have to be able to stand up to her. She would also be happy as an only dog. However, she would not do well in a home where she has to be home alone for 8 hours or more-- she is lively and social, and needs interaction so long days by herself would not work. When new people come to the house she might bark, but if she is given a treat the stranger can quickly becomes a good friend. She is a very good eater, and has quickly learned not to beg. She is house trained and great in the car. She sleeps under the covers in the human bed and does not move a muscle for 8 hours. In fact she likes to sleep in! She has been a delight and will be a great fun dog for someone who wants a fairly active small dog. She loves exploring and investigating and is happy to engage in activity as well as long naps. She is too small for a house with young kids. She is healthy, spayed, up to date on vaccines and micro-chipped. She is being fostered in Cambridge and her adoption fee will be $300. If you are interested in this little treasure, please fill out an application at our site: www.alldogrescue.org
04.03.2016 it turns out that although Moxxi has lived with cats in the past, she does not take well to other cats. 03/26/2016 Moxxi - is a 5"ish" year old spayed female Pomeranian. She came to us from an owner who was unable to provide her the care she needs. Moxxi is showing us that she is a Free Spirit since she has arrived in our foster home. She was originally hesitant to express herself and mostly hung out quietly in her bed or on the sofa. After more than 10 days in our care, hanging with her 4 foster dog siblings, enjoying many outdoor adventures including hikes in the Western Maine Mountains as well as very nutritious meals, our Moxxi is bundle of love, energy, and incredible sweetness. Ask yourself, Is Moxxi the right dog for me and my lifestyle? Est Age: 5 or so Gender: Female Weight:a whopping 17 lbs. Like most of us, can probably drop a few. Fostered in Cambridge Microchipped: Yes, including registration Adoption Fee : $350 Activity requirements:She absolutely loves going for walks. She does not care much for the dog park, but put her on a leash and she will hike or trot for a good hour....a couple of times a day. She is quite enjoyable on leash. With other dogs: an take or leave them. She prefers ones her size With cats: rumour has it that she is good with cats With children:she fancies them as well, as long as they are gentle and loving In the car:Cuddles up and sleeps, does not complain about my driving at all! Walking on a leash:very good manners, she does like to stop for a sniff or two. At the dog park:Really not her thing Left alone at home: She really likes company. We want her to be in a home where she is not left alone for longs periods. She likes her people around. Social butterfly or Wallflower? a little bit of both. She will run up and kiss visitors and then curl up and watch what unfolds. City or the burbs? Either works, but she really wants her regular walks, don't plan on just popping into the back yard for potty breaks. Don't fence me in: She will not be an off leash dog, but casually wanders around a fenced in area smelling the flowers. Did I say that she likes her walks? WANT TO ADOPT MOXXI? Please copy and paste the following URL into your browser to complete an application. http://alldogrescue.org/adoptable-dogs/adoption-application/ Moxxi's foster parent will be in touch within 48 hours of receipt of your application. ************************************************************************************************** To adopt a dog from us, you must be over the age of 21. Once you have completed the adoption application, the foster provider will set up a telephone interview to determine if you and the dog are a good match for each other. The next step is for you to come and visit the dog at the foster home. Then we will do a home visit at your residence before finalizing the adoption. The final step is for you to pick up your new dog from the foster home. Ongoing contact will be maintained with you to see how itâs going and offer training suggestions and behavior advice.
Cookie is 1 yr old an eleven pound miniature poodle with a bodacious personality. When he first arrived he was a scared and fearful puppy, but in 3 short weeks his exuberance and ability to trust have emerged much to our delight. His favorite things include running in the woods, chasing leaves, pulling band aids off my finger, playing with his foster brother Miko, and running around with a sock whenever he can get a hold of one. Despite his devilish tricks, he is affectionate and loving and will sit in your lap for as long as he can. Cookie is very smart and has learned all basic commands and does well on the leash. He is very social and plays well with other dogs but he can assert his dominance if challenged. His new owners will have to work with Cookie to accept discipline which must be delivered in a non-threatening manner because of his background. He also will be on prescription food for the rest of his life because of his prior health issue (crystals in his bladder which have since been removed). Cookie will do well in a family and his new owners will be lucky to have him. Cookie is neutered, chipped and UTD on vaccines. His adoption fee is $350. He is being fostered in Framingham. To apply for this dog, go to www.alldogrescue.org and fill out our adoption application.
Cooper is an adorable and snuggly little fellow. This gentle guy weighs about 13 lbs and is about 7 years old. Cooper was heartworm positive when we took him into rescue so he has started treatment for the condition, and will be available to adopt post-treatment (late May, early June). He will be retested to confirm that he is negative. Cooper is a great little boy! He follows his foster mom everywhere and loves other people too. He also likes to play in the yard and go for walks. He has to go slow because of his HW treatments, but when he is all done he will be able to jog or run along with you. At night he sits on the chair and watches television with his foster family. He is house-trained, is good in the car, good with other dogs, a good eater, and not a big barker. He is crate-trained, up to date on his shots, neutered, and microchipped. Cooper is being fostered in Everett and his adoption fee will be $250. If you are interested in knowing more about this wonderful little dog, please fill out an application for Cooper at our website: www.alldogrescue.org
Hazel is a gentle and loving 7 pound chihuahua that is 3 years young. He is shy and takes time to warm up but he loves attention. He is mostly potty trained but has had a few accidents in the house. If Hazel needs to go outside or if he is hungry he will let you know with snorts and squeals. He is living with 2 other chihuahuas in his foster home and does well with them. He is also fine with cats. He has not been around children. Hazel is food motivated and trainable. Hazel has some resource guarding issues which his foster parents are diligently working with him on. He knows his name, comes when called, and can stay. Hazel is being fostered in Hyde Park and his adoption fee is $300.00. Please let us know if you are interested in Hazel. He would love to give his forever family kisses and lots of love. If you would like to apply for Hazel go to www.alldogrescue.org and fill out an adoption application.
ADR is offering a courtesy post for this dog; if interested see contact info at bottom of description. Cha - I'm a 1 1/2 year old sweet girl, about 50 lbs, who wants a patient adult-humans only and a doggie playmate to teach me all life has to offer. I'm a timid girl, although if you take the time for us to bond and get to know each other, I'm sure we can be life long pals. I like to be brushed, am good on a leash and love to play with my doggie friends. When we are bonded, I will cuddle up for the love I dream of. I am up to date on all my shots and spayed. If you are interested in meeting me, please contact my friend Jeanie at email@example.com to meet me.
ADR is offering a courtesy post for this dog. If interested, please refer to contact info at end of the description. Girl - I'm a 2 year old sweet girl, about 50 lbs, who takes a New York minute to get to know you. I can be strong on a leash but will listen to a patient human. I'm friends with Cha but other dogs can be very scary. I'd like an owner who will show me the finer things in life. With the right guidance maybe I can have another doggie playmate. When we bond, I will cuddle up to you and once in a while will even show you how much I love you with a kiss or two. I am up to date on all my shots and spayed. If you are interested in meeting me, please contact my friend Jeanie at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bob is looking for a home where he will be loved and cherished. He is scared now, but he wants to trust and feel safe and he will absolutely be able to get there in the right home. He is a handsome light-colored chihuahua (maybe mix?) who weighs 10 pounds and is about 4 years old. He was very frightened in the pound and is still afraid in his foster home, but he is slowly and definitely making progress. He is not in the slightest bit aggressive; he shows his fear by freezing when touched. He will allow handling but usually remains stiff. He sometimes flinches and runs away when approached but is starting to relax a little. He is very attached to the big dog in his foster home and finds comfort from being near her. He would probably do well in a home with another dog. And he seems to like men! He is sweet and gentle and once he feels more confident he will be so happy. He loves his walks and has a cute gait. He also loves to lie in the sun, especially outside with his dog friend. He is house-trained, easy to walk on-leash, good in the car, he is a good eater, and he is quiet! He rarely barks, and has done so only when he has been crated and left in a room by himself. And then it was not a bark so much as crying. If there is another dog in the room, he does not mind being crated. Bob is healthy, neutered, up to date on all vaccines, and microchipped. If you have love to give and want to help transform a scared dog into a happy more relaxed pooch, this guy could be for you. It will be rewarding to see him adjust to human kindness and attention. Bob is being fostered in Cambridge and his adoption fee will be $300. If you would like to apply for Bob please fill out an application at our site: www.alldogrescue.org
It's Frank! He is a super fun and goofy 1.5 year old black and white Lab mix. Frank weighs 60 lbs and is growing! He may be 68-75 lbs by the time he's fully grown. Frank is up to date on shots, flea tick treatment, neutered, heartworm negative, and a really fun and friendly guy. He is being fostered in Malden MA. He came to All Dog Rescue from local animal control picked up as a stray. He is young, house trained, and full of energy. He has shown to have some trouble tinkling on the floor when frightened or really excited, but is learning to control it better. Frank is a bit clumsy being so young in such a big package, but is showing that he is very smart and is learning his basic manners while at his foster home. His furever family will need to agree to enroll him in positive reinforcement training classes as part of the adoption. Heâs a snuggler and will kiss you right on the face, ready or not. If you are interested in adopting Frank, please go to our website, Alldogrescue.org, and fill out an adoption application. Adoption fee is $500.
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