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Meet Squirrelly! Squirrelly is a 7 year old chihuahua. He comes from a difficult past - likely abandoned on the streets of Boston. He is sweet and affectionate but can take a while to warm up. He also needs an experienced adopter who can work with him on his fearfulness through positive training techniques. In the past month of living in his foster home, he has improved tremendously - he loves to get pet and sit on his human's lap. He is affectionate and sweet. The ideal home for Squirrel consists of a quiet home with an experienced dog owner. He should not be in a home with children, He does well with small dogs (under 15 lbs). He loves to be with his humans, sitting next to them or on their laps. And he is food motivated.. Squirrel is working on house training and he sleeps well at night in his crate. His adoption fee is $250 and he is up to date on all vaccinations. He is being fostered in Wayland, MA but can also be seen in Conway, NH.
Pretty Girl is a 5 year chi mix who has made huge progress in foster care. She had a rough start in life, and was very shut down when she came into rescue. She did not respond to humans and seemed to have no interest in life. After a month with a loving foster family she has started to feel much less hopeless and detached. She now eagerly plays with a bone (Yay!), sits in laps, wags her tail, and is happy to greet the day. She is well on the road to feeling secure and confident, but of course will need continued patience, guidance, and encouragement. She has responded very well to structure and positive reinforcement, and it's so rewarding to see her progress. She is crate-trained, meaning she likes her crate and will stay in it for several hours at a time. She currently sleeps in a crate too, in the human bedroom. She has been house trained in her foster home, and will also use pee pads if necessary. Pretty Girl will warm up to people but her body parts are sensitive to touch so she needs to build trust. She's anxious about having her tail touched, for example, but is now allowing gentle touch. She is a good girl who rarely barks, doesn't get into mischief, and loves a comfy bed. She is healthy, up to date on all shots, and microchipped. She would do best as an only dog, but cats would probably be OK. No young children, and only gentle older kids. Her adoption fee is $300 and she is being fostered in Brockton Mass. If she sounds like your kind of dog please fill out an application at www.alldogrescue.org or send an inquiry via PetFinder.
Ringo the Bea(t)gle is a young 25 pound handsome boy! Ringo loves exploring the outdoors and sniffing all the various smells throughout the environment. He would be happiest with someone who was willing to run with him or go for long walks. With a little help from his friends, Ringo has learned basic commands such as "sit", "lay down", and "shake", though he still has work to do with staying and his name. Ringo is extremely active and loves running around the house. He shows off his athleticism by hurdling the couch. On the weekends, he loves nothing more than traveling in his yellow submarine to hang in an octopus's garden in the shade. Ringo loves his chew toys and is very enthusiastic about fetch and tug of war. Ringo seems to be good with most dogs on his walks, but retains his hunting instinct when seeing smaller animals (mainly rodents such as squirrels and rabbits). He would not do well with cats. Any potential adopter who meets him will quickly fall in love with him; all he has to do is act naturally. If you are interested in adopting this dog, please go to our website, Alldogrescue.org, and fill out an adoption application. Adoption fee is $400. Dog is in Roxbury Crossing/Mission Hill.
Donations enable us to rescue more dogs, especially sick dogs who do not do well in shelter environments and who can often heal much faster in a foster home. All Dog Rescue needs your help to raise money to spay and neuter dogs this year.
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