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|Rescue Me ID: 18-04-17-00169Marie (female)|
FOSTER LOCATION: Kuna, ID Marie is a two-year-old Lab/Pit mix who first arrived in Idaho last October as part of a transfer of dogs to the Idaho Humane Society from a shelter in Texas. She was adopted in January by a wonderful man who understood Marie was a little nervous and insecure and tried very hard to give her time and space to become familiar with and comfortable in his home. Unfortunately, despite two months of his best efforts, Marie remained afraid of her new guardian, so he contacted Fuzzy Pawz for help in finding her a forever home where she could thrive. While she's been in foster, Marie has taught us several things about herself. First, she gets A LOT of confidence and comfort from having other dogs around, so any potential adopters must have at least one other confident, engaging dog. (Marie has been living with four dogs of varying sizes and energy levels, and honestly seems to love every dog she meets!) Marie's former guardian didn't have other pets and found it very difficult to take Marie on walks or generally leave the house, but if there's another dog there she is much more willing to explore and cooperate. Second, Marie is more comfortable with women - she bonded to her current foster mom fast and hard. For this reason, potential adopters must have at least one adult female in the house - this is sort of a security blanket for Marie. Third, Marie badly wants to trust and love at least some men. While she never grew acclimated to her prior guardian, she did like his father, and in her current foster home Marie has shown strong interest in the adult male. Potential adopters need to understand that Marie will likely not be as initially trusting of or confident with men, and that it could take many months before she fully 'accepts' a new man in her life. They need to be willing to be patient, go at Marie's pace, and not become frustrated or take it personally if Marie exhibits behavior such as barking at them. Although Marie's activity level was non-stop her first few days in foster, once she got comfortable she calmed down and now has a deep appreciation for naps and snuggles on the couch with her foster mom and foster brother pups (and sometimes foster dad too!). However, Marie also still has plenty of puppy in her and enjoys playing with other dogs outside, wrestling on the couch, and checking out toys! Marie is potty trained and crate trained - using a crate in her forever home will be important, as it gives Marie a safe place to which she can retreat if she's feeling uncomfortable or overwhelmed. In her foster home, Marie has been sleeping in her crate every night but hasn't chosen to hang out there otherwise. She also tolerates it well if she needs to be left for a few hours, but in her prior home she did begin chewing on the crate so she shouldn't be left for extended periods or put in the crate without first having an opportunity to burn off some energy. Marie has learned 'sit' and has shown she is a fast learner who's eager to please. She hasn't had much experience going out on walks - in her prior home walks were never successful and frequently required 'rescue' from a neighbor with a dog - walks with a trusted human and a dog buddy will be important for Marie as she learns to navigate the world. If you are looking for a new amazing friend and you can give her a bit of time, patience and an infinite amount of love then Marie is your girl. We'd love to talk to you about her just fill out an application: http://fuzzypawzrescue.com/adopt/adoption-application-2/ Marie is spayed, vaccinated and microchipped Marie's adoption fee is $75 (Less)
Fuzzy Pawz Rescue
Ada County Boise, ID 83706 MAP IT!
|Animal ID: A38138276Odin (male)|
Introducing Odin! Odin is a fantastic young man with lots of potential! The best words to describe Odin are bouncy and happy! With some polishing Odin is going to be a really wonderful canine friend! Odin loves other dogs and could probably have a cat friend with a good introduction. This guy is looking for a home who would like to teach him some life skills and take him on lots of outdoor adventures! Odin has not come across a person he does not like and he adores attention. Are you interested in Odin? Stop by the shelter and meet him!
MCPAWS Regional Animal Shelter
Valley County McCall, ID MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 18-04-04-00220Moose (male)|
3 Meet moose. He's a 4 year old yellow lab, whose extremely sweet. He is great at home inside, house broken and crate trained. loves people, and food. Gets along with other dogs as well, just no more than two at a time. He is trained on a leash with heel, and does well with corrections when needed. Looking for a forever home. Text for info and rehoming fee.
Ada County Boise, ID MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 18-04-02-00260Diesel (male)|
Diesel is a very independent dog. He is very smart but needs the time and dedication to train.
Elmore County Mountain home, ID MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 18-03-19-00238Roscoe (male)|
Roscoe is a very sweet dog with lots of personality. We have had him since he was 12 weeks old and he has traveled all over with us. It breaks our hearts to have to look for a new home for him, but unfortunately he has not adapted well to a baby being in the home. After a year of trying everything we can think of, he is still very jealous and becomes very anxious/growly around her. Nothing has happened, but it is a very stressful situation that hasn't improved over time. Roscoe very much carries the Border Collie traits. He is very sweet, loyal, smart, and has lots of energy. He knows quite a few commands, does well off leash, and learns quickly; he is highly food motivated. He is used to getting out to exercise twice a day (walks, fetch, hikes, etc.). He is not a dog you can just take to the dog park and let run around or just stick in the back yard. He is smart and will get bored easily. I would recommend an experienced dog owner as border collies are energetic and have their quirks. In general, Roscoe keeps to himself when other dogs are around and likes to be left alone. He likes some dogs and doesn't like others and he makes that pretty easy to tell. He is not a fan of puppies or certain dog breeds (can be explained further if interested). He will let other dogs know if he doesn't want them in his space. He would do best in a single dog home (though not necessary as he gets along great with some dogs), without small children, and someone willing to meet his exercise needs. It is really hard to write this and think he will no longer be a part of our family as he has been for so long. We will want to meet in person for a greeting/screening with him and any other dogs. He has all needed supplies/toys/food.Roscoe is neutered and up to date on his shots, though he is due again soon. (Less)
Ada County Boise, ID MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 17-04-08-00184Purdy (female)|
Purdy will make someone a wonderful best friend! She loves people and just wants to be with you. She is a bit shy and submissive but warms up quickly. She likes to talk to you and she lets you know that you need to pay more attention to her by giving you a paw or a nudge with her nose for a pet or belly rub. She has quite the personality! Purdy is a 2 year old American Staffordshire Terrier, Labrador, Malamute and Shepherd mix (we did a DNA on her). She is a very sweet and lovable girl! Purdy likes going for walks, playing with her foster brothers and hanging out in the house watching TV. She knows basic commands and really wants to please. Purdy is house trained, good with older kids, she has not been around little ones and is good with male dogs. She seems okay around cats with proper introduction. She is nervous about confined areas so she would not be a dog you can crate. She would love a home with a big fenced yard to play in and a person to love her. (Less)
Paws 4 Hope Animal Rescue
Minidoka County Jackson, ID 83343 MAP IT!
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