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Organization Name: 4 Luv of Dog Rescue
Location: Fargo, ND 58106
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4 Luv of Dog Rescue

Species: Dogs, Cats
Breed(s): Pure and Mixed Breeds
Organization Type: Rescue
Organization Status: Non-Profit

4 Luv of Dog Rescue Organization currently has 33 dogs for adoption and rescue. If you are considering adopting a dog, please read the Adoption Tips to learn more about what it takes and what to expect. Visit our website or call us to learn more about the adoption process. You are always welcome to support our effort by sponsoring one of our dogs or donating directly to our organization. Your help is greatly needed and appreciated!

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  • American Pit Bull Terrier-Unknown Mix Dog For Adoption in Fargo, ND, USA

    Bruno

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    Breed: American Pit Bull Terrier-Unknown Mix
    Sex: Male Male
    Age: Adult
    Location: USA
    Posted Breed: Pit Bull Terrier / Mixed (short coat). Adoption Fee: 75. {s3829code380/} If you would like to provide this dog a loving home, please fill out a pre-adoption application. Have a question? Please read our Frequently Asked Questions and Adoption Processed Explained documentation. Statistics Name: Bruno Breed: Pit Bull Terrier Mix Age: 2.5 Years Size: Large 75 lbs. ~Large range: 61-100 lbs Adoption Donation: $75 (applicable sales tax included). Adoption fees may be paid by cash or check. Other: Neutered Male, Vaccinations current, Microchip, Older/Considerate Children only (12+ yrs old or older), Fenced yard required, No other dogs Bruno is looking for someone to teach him and love him! Foster Home Feedback * Older/Considerate Children only (12+ yrs old or older), Fenced yard required, No other dogs 6/8/18: Bruno spent his first memorial weekend at the lakes and it was fun to watch him experience things for the first time. Things we learned: Loons are clearly up to no good! Pontoon rides are scary at first, however, after acquiring your sea legs they can be enjoyable. Being a natural swimmer doesn’t necessarily translate to enjoyment. City living is ok but country lake life is where it’s at. 2/22/18: Bruno is really a fantastic foster! He is excellent at kenneling when we leave for work - never a peep out of him. He sleeps on a dog bed at the foot of our bed or on our couch in the living room but his favorite place to sleep, if we let him, would be with our 8-year-old. One of Bruno’s favorite activities is going for car rides! He is an excellent partner to run errands with and I rarely go anyplace without my faithful foster companion. Bruno also loves going for walks! His whole body literally smiles when you get the leash out. After a mile or so walk, all he wants to do is snuggle with you and take a nap! Bruno continues to be great with all the new kids and women he meets and is doing better with meeting new men. He still barks at first but warms up quickly. Honestly, I think Bruno is a guy’s guy as he seems to gravitate to men once he trusts them. He adores both my husband and father and if push comes to shove, he prefers their company over his foster mom’s, much to my chagrin. Bruno did spend last weekend with a dog savvy cat so I think he could live with a cat once they had a slow proper introduction. Bruno has so many endearing qualities and one of our favorites is the thump-thump of his tail when you talk to him. View the short video in his profile to see for yourself! Please consider adopting Bruno - he has so much love to give and really deserves to have a family of his own. 12/28/17: Bruno has been in our home for a couple weeks now and we’ve come to adore him. He’s 75 pounds of love that is slowly learning the world is not such a scary place. Bruno does very well with our 3 boys and is very gentle for his size. He does, however, love to hand out kisses and personal space is non-existent in his world. Bruno also does well with our 11-year-old lab but I’m not sure Bruno has had many opportunities to learn proper dog play behavior so he may need a tolerant dog buddy that would be ok handling rough play and giving him proper doggy signals. We are unsure how he does around cats. Bruno loves to go for walks and literally bounces the first 10 feet of each walk. He’s is very strong and is still learning how to walk nicely on a leash. We have come to learn that Bruno has some fear of men. He is totally fine with women and kids, but men seem to scare him. He’s great with my husband and once he learns that a new man he meets is not scary, he starts to warm up. We are continuing to work on this with slow introductions to new men with lots of positive reinforcement. His new forever home will need to continue to give him the love and patience he deserves. 12/5/17: Bruno is such a beautiful, playful, goofy guy. His eyes will melt your heart with one glance! He loves to run and play, is so incredibly sweet, and loves to give kisses. Today we decided to just hang out on the couch and the head scratches put him right to sleep. When Bruno woke up, he looked up at me and gently licked my nose. He is definitely a keeper. Please give him a chance to live happily ever after in your home To view additional dogs available for adoption, please see our website: www.4luvofdog.org
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  • American Pit Bull Terrier-Unknown Mix Dog For Adoption in Fargo, ND, USA

    Hobie

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    Breed: American Pit Bull Terrier-Unknown Mix
    Sex: Male Male
    Age: Adult
    Location: USA
    Posted Breed: Pit Bull Terrier / Mixed (short coat). Adoption Fee: 75. {s3829code380/} If you would like to provide this dog a loving home, please fill out a pre-adoption application. Have a question? Please read our Frequently Asked Questions and Adoption Processed Explained documentation. Statistics Name: Hobie Breed: Pit Bull Terrier Mix Age: 1.5 Years Size: Large 68 lbs. ~Large range: 61-100 lbs Adoption Donation: $75 (applicable sales tax included). Adoption fees may be paid with cash or check. Other: Neutered Male, Vaccinations current, Microchip, No Other Pets, Fenced-in Yard required, No Children Hobie would love to follow you around the house and keep you company. Foster Home Feedback * NO Other Pets, NO Children, and Fenced-in yard required 8/8/18: So I have had quite the two weeks! I am settling into my foster home and am loving life! My days consist of walks, sleeping, and eating. I have been getting a lot better at walking on a leash. I get a little over excited when I see other dogs, but I just want to sniff them and maybe even play! One of my favorite things to do is sit out on my foster mom's balcony. She leaves the door open so I can go in and out as I please. I like to sit there and watch the people, cars, and dogs swiftly move past as the sun beats down on my back and the typical Fargo wind blows through my face. Did I mention I LOVE CAR RIDES! My foster mom and I took a trip to Buffalo River State Park. Something about the drive there was very therapeutic. The 45-minute drive consisted of me sleeping and sticking my head out the window letting my slobber grace the tail end of my foster mom's car. I loved going hiking! There were so many new smells and people to meet. We were only there for an hour before I couldn't take the heat any longer. My foster mom basically had to carry me to the car. I slept for three hours after that trip! I overheard my foster mom say that she would take me hiking again just to tire me out! While I love spending time in my foster home, I know it is only temporary. I have been waiting for so long to have a home of my own. If you or anyone you know is looking for a sweet, affectionate, loyal, goofball, spunky pup like me, I would LOVE LOVE LOVE to set up a meet! 7/22/18: Well hello there! My name is Hobie and I am one heck of a guy! I just got into my new foster home and I am LOVING IT! My foster mom lets me sleep with her, nap on the couch, and even sit on the patio in the nice weather! I have had a rough start as you can see from my previous feedback. I love being in my foster home, but am SOOOOOO ready to enter into my forever home! To give you a little taste of what I am like, here is how my weekend has gone; My foster mom picked me up on Saturday and I was so excited to go for a car ride. There is something about sticking my head out the window and letting my drool fly (onto the cars behind me) that is simply exhilarating. I think I would really like traveling as long as we stop for periodic potty breaks. When I got to my new foster home, I immediately found my toys! Kongs and bones and stuffed animals, oh my! I knew my foster mom wanted to make me comfortable, so she graciously let me consume the bottom half of her bed. Oops... Sundays are my FAVORITE! Sleeping in, sitting on the patio, and letting the wind blow in-between my ears, there is nothing better. While I do need to be the only pet in my forever home, I do enjoy watching dogs walk by when I am sitting on the patio. I don't bark but watch out of curiosity. They seem okay...but, only from afar. I am a really chill dude, as long as I have a good stuffie toy and a lot of snuggle time, I am a happy camper. I'd love to meet you if you'd give me the chance! 5/20/18: I've enjoyed working with Hobie on my building shifts but today my husband and I took him on an outing to Maplewood State Park. He was a rock star hiker and did the 6-mile trail with ease. He wore an easy-walk harness and walked very well with minimal pulling. Hobie seemed to really enjoy the outdoors and all the sights, sounds and smells the park had to offer. I think he would make an excellent companion for a variety of outdoor activities! We encountered several people, dogs, and horses on the trail and Hobie handled himself very well. We would pull him to the side of the trail (which wasn't very wide) and redirect him with treats. He didn't bark and generally just got a little excited/curious about whoever was passing by. We were very impressed with his behavior. Hobie also got a lot of compliments on his good looks. Hobie rode really well in the car and alternated between laying down and looking out the window. I know that Hobie is still waiting for a special home without other animals but if you're looking for one dog, please take a chance on him as he will be an excellent addition to anyone's life! 3/3/18: Hobie is the sweetest pup and the best houseguest someone can ask for. Hobie is an incredibly happy and friendly dog, always willing to greet you with kisses, and he absolutely loves walking on the Concordia campus to greet all the students! As much as he loves to play with toys and go for long walks outside, he's also just as comfortable laying around the house and giving you cuddles. Regardless of the activity, Hobie just wants to spend time with you and share some love. Hobie is still a bit reluctant to be put in the kennel but does great after a little bit of coaxing. That said, he could probably be left out on his own as he has never touched anything I haven't given him. He really is a wonderful houseguest overall and follows the rules well. He is still a young pup who is very food motivated, so some training would be very beneficial for him in the future but is generally such a well-mannered dog. He isn't a huge fan of other animals, however, so Hobie needs to be the only animal in the house. Truly, Hobie is the sweetest dog who just wants a forever home to give him the love and attention that he deserves. If you are looking for a loyal companion who will always be by your side, Hobie is your guy! 2/13/18 Volunteer Feedback: Who doesn’t want to have a smiley, happy pup looking at you with adoring eyes. If that’s you, then Hobie is your man. Hobie walks like a dream on a leash and really has a nice demeanor after he gets a little exercise. He can be a bit jumpy and mouthy at first, but is very treat oriented so training him is really fun. I think a person that is willing to give him some regular exercise, nothing excessive and will spend a bit of time training him will have a such a fun, happy bonded partner. 1/2/18 Volunteer Feedback: Hobie came to the rescue fighting for his life, but he is happy as ever now! He is in good health but could stand to put on a few pounds. Hobie is a pretty easy guy to have around. He's excited to see me when I first get home, he comes out of his kennel full of butt wiggles. He is extra happy when he has a fresh bone to chew on - so far that has been his favorite activity. He also enjoys cuddling on the couch and getting in a good nap while he is there. Hobie has had no accidents as long as I'm home to let him out. Hobie has been friendly with all the people he has met. He is still a young dog that doesn't really know his own size. Once Hobie is through his parvo stage, I would recommend going to some positive reinforcement training classes with him - he is still just a big playful pup, so needs some help with his manners, and responds best when there is a little reward in it for him. Training classes are also a great way to bond with a new dog. Hobie didn't love the kennel at first but has shown a lot of improvement - he does pretty well now, but can be a little vocal about it at times. Hobie probably doesn't need to be kenneled once you trust him around your house, the few times he has been left out he has not bothered anything. He may have an accident if left too long, so it would be best to make sure he is doing well with his potty training before leaving him out. Maybe all the attention he got while he was sick made him a diva - but Hobie has decided that he wants to be the only pet in the home. He is looking to be someone's one and only, but he promises he is worth it! Hobie has already survived parvo to get his second chance at the good life - please consider giving him the home he deserves! Hobie will love you for it. To view additional dogs available for adoption, please see our website: www.4luvofdog.org
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  • American Pit Bull Terrier-Unknown Mix Dog For Adoption in Fargo, ND, USA

    Iris

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    Breed: American Pit Bull Terrier-Unknown Mix
    Sex: Female Female
    Age: Adult
    Location: USA
    Posted Breed: Pit Bull Terrier / Mixed (short coat). Adoption Fee: 180. {s3829code380/} If you would like to provide this dog a loving home, please fill out a pre-adoption application. Have a question? Please read our Frequently Asked Questions and Adoption Processed Explained documentation. Statistics Name: Iris Breed: Pit Bull Terrier Mix Age: 5 Years Size: Large 87 lbs ~Large Range: 61 - 100 lbs Adoption Donation: $75 (applicable sales tax included). Adoption fees may be paid by cash or check. Other: Spayed Female, Vaccinations current, Microchip, No other pets, Older considerate children only, Iris is super sweet...You are gonna love her! Foster Home Feedback ** No other pets 7/15/18: Iris is still sleeping at our house. I know there has to be home out there just wants 1 pet to sit on the couch with them. Iris is a perfect Netflix binge watcher. She loves going for short walks, but she gets hot really fast and would prefer to sit in the AC and sleep. It's kinda like having a large cat but you don't have to clean a litter box. She has done well with seeing the neighbor dogs on the other side of the fence, BUT we've learned as long as other dogs keep their distance or she knows they can't get to her, she is ok. It's only when they get close enough to touch her that she gets upset. If you don't have other pets, please consider giving Iris a chance. She so sweet and easy, everyone that meets her loves her. 4/7/18: Iris is the easiest dog ever to have in your home. She sleeps 95% of the time that you are home. She loves all people; she has met many of our friends and has been great around everyone. Iris doesn't even bark at the mailman. She loves going for walks but car rides are her favorite. She just loves being around you. Iris is not the type of dog that wants to be on top of you, she just needs to be in the same room. She may be the first dog that I've ever met that understands how big she is. While Iris can't live with other dogs, she doesn't care when she sees them on the other side of a fence or on walks. We hope to get more information on this for adopters as it warms up outside (hopefully soon?) and we can be outside more. Also, we are working on getting her into some training classes as well. Iris does not like to be left alone but we have been working on a routine along with anti-anxiety meds that have made leaving her alone much less stressful on her. Iris is good being left for 4 or 5 hours at a time. It can be longer if really needed and must be in a secure room. Iris is not destructive when left alone, she just gets very stressed. We do work during the week so she is left alone while we are at work and we come home for lunch and let Iris out for a short bit before going back to work. If you are a homebody that just wants a dog to watch TV with you all day, Iris is perfect. She has been thru so much and would love a place to call her own. Please consider giving this lovely girl a chance. 2/13/18: Iris has now been with us for almost eight months and continues to be the sweetest thing. She had another surgery to get some mammary lumps removed that were non-cancerous. Poor thing has been through so much since she has been here, but she continues to keep her silly and sweet personality. She is looking and feeling great now and has no more medical issues going on! She listens well, is very calm, and doesn’t jump or roughhouse at all. She loves to nap and snuggle and just be with her people. She doesn’t react at all to seeing other dogs in public so she has no problem going for walks or riding in the car and seeing other dogs. She just doesn’t like them to get in her personal bubble. She is very treat motivated and learns quickly. She could go to a training class (if the dogs all stay on a leash to avoid her bubble) and I think she would be great at it. She loooves treats and food and to please her people. Iris is truly a great dog, one of my favorites, and she deserves a great home. 9/29/17: It’s hard to explain how a picture can make you want to help, but as soon as I saw the picture of Iris online I knew we needed to help her. She came from an out of state pound where she ended up giving birth to seven puppies. She and her puppies had nowhere to go and it was heartbreaking seeing them all in the pound. After a few days of organizing transportation (including two flights from Pilots N Paws), they were here! A short time after arriving Iris became very sick and needed to go to the emergency vet for surgery. She had a horrible infection in her uterus and needed immediate surgery to save her life. She ended up staying at the vet for two days because of mild complications with the surgery, but she pulled through and everything was good again. Until she went to the vet again for a routine exam and it was discovered she was heartworm positive. Poor Iris has been through so much already and now this. She has been going through heartworm treatment for two months and has one more month left. The treatment is getting injections once a month to kill the heartworms. She has been doing very well with treatment. She needs to be on crate rest while she goes through the treatment which is not a big deal for her since she is already very mellow and laid back. Iris is one of the sweetest dogs I have ever met. We have fostered over 70 dogs and there’s something about Iris that has touched my heart. She’s only about 4 years old, but she has an old soul. She is very mellow and relaxed. She loves to hang out with her people and is not hyper or needy at all. She listens very well and is treat motivated so teaching her new things has been easy. Iris needs to go to a home with no other pets though. Some dogs just want to be the only pet and that is what Iris wants for her best life. She deserves all of the attention to herself. She does well on walks and if she sees other dogs she does not try and get to them. She just ignores them. She loves going for car rides and will sit in the back calmly and look out the window. Unfortunately, Iris does have some separation anxiety so she needs to go to a home with no shared walls. She has a special crate she stays in when we are not home and she does very well in it, but she does bark and whine when we leave. The crate is an extra strong metal crate that she cannot break out of. When she was in a weaker crate she was able to break out of it and chewed the wood trim of our door and window. Because of this, it is recommended she not be left out when no one is home. When we are home, she is super easy, does not bark or whine at all, and just wants to hang out with you on the couch or outside in the sunshine. Iris is truly a great dog and I am so thankful we were able to help her. If you have a home with no pets and are looking for an amazing dog, Iris is it. To view additional dogs available for adoption, please see our website: www.4luvofdog.org
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  • Unknown Mix Dog For Adoption in Fargo, ND, USA

    Reggie

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    Breed: Unknown Mix
    Sex: Male Male
    Age: Young
    Location: USA
    Posted Breed: Red Heeler (short coat). Adoption Fee: 180. {s3829code380/} If you would like to provide this dog a loving home, please fill out a pre-adoption application. Have a question? Please read our Frequently Asked Questions and Adoption Processed Explained documentation. Statistics Name: Reggie Breed: Red Heeler Age: 6 Months (approx. DOB: 12/19/17) Size: Medium (once fully grown) ~Medium range: 26-60 lbs Adoption Donation: $180 (applicable sales tax included). Adoption fees may be paid by cash or check. Other: Neutered Male, Vaccinations current, Microchip, Older Considerate children ** Reggie will need a home free of items he might ingest or drink while not in his chair - a home (with older responsible children and adults) who won't spill or leave snacks lying around is going to be a must. Reggie has a digestive disorder called Megaesophagus (Mega E). See the link: http://www.petmd.com/dog/conditions/digestive/c_dg_megaesophagus Reggie is a cute little guy! Foster Home Feedback *Megaesophagus < click to read more. 6/26/18: Reggie’s seriously awesome. Sometimes he’s a barker and annoying...but overall he is the smartest dog ever! He’s a runt, and will most like stay small. He has megaesophagus and requires an extra hour of feeding time per day - but that is seriously nothing compared to where he was at four months ago. Reggie will chase cats and chickens. He would do best with bigger or same size dogs. He listens very well. Reggie is a super loyal companion and is always at your heels! He is kennel trained; he only barks when kenneled and you’re visible to him, or if he sees the cats. Reggie cannot free roam, he will eat stuff and could aspirate or choke. No small kids for Reggie since they might leave a trail of food crumbs. Reggie is a great dog! You would have a wonderful companion for a little bit of care. 6/5/18: Reggie is potty trained. He also knows the commands sit and lay. Reggie comes when called and is easily redirected when he’s being naughty, etc. He’s by far the smartest dog I’ve ever met! 4/2/18: Reggie is a hyper, happy, smart puppy! He knows how to sit, almost knows ‘lay down’ and he is very alert and motivated to learn! Reggie has Megaesophagus and he cannot eat like a normal dog. He has several meals throughout the day, and his food has to be in an applesauce consistency and fed while in an upright position. Currently, he eats from a high bowl in his kennel and then is held upright for half an hour after each feeding. Reggie was blessed with a 4LOD volunteer making him a Bailey chair, so eventually, he will eat from that. It will keep him in an upright position & he’ll eventually learn to stay and sit upright in the chair while his food is settling in his belly. You can watch very cute videos of Megaesophagus dogs in their Bailey chairs on YouTube! If Reggie drinks water or hard food, or food of a consistency that he cannot tolerate, he’ll regurgitate or he could aspirate. Luckily he has been doing great and is now on Taste of the Wild puppy food, soaked for a few hours in water and mashed. Reggie is a great dog. He will be an amazing, loyal, & smart companion. He is looking for a forever home that will love him and understand that his special needs may be lifelong. To view additional dogs available for adoption, please see our website: www.4luvofdog.org
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  • Redbone Coonhound Dog For Adoption in Fargo, ND, USA

    Dan

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    Breed: Redbone Coonhound
    Sex: Male Male
    Age: Senior
    Location: USA
    Posted Breed: Redbone Coonhound (short coat). Adoption Fee: 180. {s3829code380/} If you would like to provide this dog a loving home, please fill out a pre-adoption application. Have a question? Please read our Frequently Asked Questions and Adoption Processed Explained documentation. Statistics Name: Dan Breed: Redbone Coonhound Age: 9 Years Size: Large 73 lbs. ~Large range: 61-100 lbs Adoption Donation: $180 (applicable sales tax included). Adoption fees may be paid by cash or check. Other: Neutered Male, Vaccinations current, Microchip, NO Cats ​​ ** Dan qualifies for our Seniors for Seniors Program. This program places senior dogs (age 8 or older) with senior citizens (age 65 or older) at a reduced adoption fee of $65.00. If you qualify and are interested in participating in this program, please fill out an application online and type "SENIOR" after your name. Dan would love to be your boy! Apply today! Foster Home Feedback * NO Cats 6/20/18: Our foster Dan is thriving. In the few months he's been with us, he has not once tried to scale the fence. He did figure out the latches, but I fixed that right away. Dan is doing great on walks with an Easy Walk harness. Mostly, he just loves to be outside! I will pop my head outside to check on him, and he is just basking in the sun, loving his life. Dan is also still full of energy. He may look like a senior, but his great attitude and love of the outdoors keep him young. Dan loves long walks and keeping watch while you garden. He tries to play with the resident dogs, but they are crabby old dudes who are not any fun. I have not had him near water yet, but I should have some feedback on that soon (if he is still available). I have let Dan be loose in the house (he was being crated before) during the day while I am gone, and he has done great! No accidents, nothing shredded or eaten, and no fights with the resident dogs. Dan is so laid back and chill. He is a great cuddler, snuggler, and snorer. He loves to cuddle! Dan switches from my bed and his bed on the floor, depending on his mood that night. Dan is great meeting new people and unphased by little people. Dan will NOT do well with any cats and needs his space while eating around other dogs (fed separately from other dogs). Dan is amazing. I really hope he finds his retirement home soon! If my circumstances were different, he would be mine! 4/2/18: Dan is awesome! Dan loves his human, and loooooves to snuggle. He is a hound, so he has the characteristic baying bark, which is adorable but he doesn't do it a lot. Dan LOVES to be outside, even with all of the snow lately. The fresh powder gives him the zoomies! On walks, he keeps his nose to the ground and does exceptionally well with an EZ Walk Harness. Dan was not fond of his kennel when he first got to my foster home, but he now kennels like a dream (with a proper bribe)! He does not bark or whine or try to escape. (It should be noted that his kennel is probably the comfiest room in the house!) Dan has some resource guarding issues with food. He and my resident dogs have gotten into a few scuffles, so they are fed separately. While Dan is considered a senior, he can easily scale a 4-foot fence, and has figured out how to open the fence latches! I have him on a long tether and he does just fine with that. Under supervision, he does fine untethered with gentle reminders ("Hey! Where do you think you're going!?") to not attempt escape; I think he'd absolutely love freedom in a yard with a taller fence, though. Again, Dan is amazing. He is so loving, eager to please, hilarious, and as a bonus, his fur is super soft. Adopting a senior dog may seem scary, but he will keep you on your toes! Please give Dan a chance, he really is amazing. 1/15/18: Dan is a great dog. He is kind and gentle with my small dogs, housebroken and very good in the house. Although he is a bit older, he acts like a pup. Dan likes to play chase with the other dogs. Dan would do best in a home with a fenced yard because he is quite tall and loves to chase squirrels and rabbits - but he can scale a 4 ft fence, so it needs to be nice and tall! Dan loves being outside but it is just too cold out for him to be out too long as his hair is very short. We do not kennel him as he is very good in the house. Dan usually sleeps on the loveseat but does like to take his nap on our bed. He has one ear that looks like it was burned; even has a burn hole completely through it but it does not seem to bother him. He is very laid back and sweet. Please consider Dan as he would be a great addition to any home. To view additional dogs available for adoption, please see our website: www.4luvofdog.org
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  • Bulldog Dog For Adoption in Fargo, ND, USA

    Honey

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    Breed: Bulldog
    Sex: Female Female
    Age: Adult
    Location: USA
    Posted Breed: Bulldog (short coat). Adoption Fee: 180. {s3829code380/} If you would like to provide this dog a loving home, please fill out a pre-adoption application. Have a question? Please read our Frequently Asked Questions and Adoption Processed Explained documentation. Statistics Name: Honey Breed: Colorado Bulldog Age: 2 Years Size: Large 83 lbs. ~Large range: 61-100 lbs Adoption Donation: $180 (applicable sales tax included). Adoption fees may be paid by cash or check. Other: Spayed Female, Vaccinations current, Microchip, NO CATS (allergies) Honey would love to be your heart dog! Foster Home Feedback * NO cats (allergies); Honey is on daily medications for her allergies, the cost of medications is $84 per month and her food is about $60 for a 24-pound bag. 7/30/18: Honey has been in our home for a while. She is continuing to be a great dog. We have been giving her baths every 2 weeks to help with her skin as she can be stinky but I think that's just part of her! She has been great with the other foster dogs that have been at our house. Lately, Honey has been enjoying trying to sit in our laps and get some belly and ear scratches. She is now on Taste of the Wild food and doing great with it. She is not a fan of getting her front nails trimmed but will do just about anything for food. Honey loves being outside even if it's watching you do yard work. This girl just wants to find a home that will love up on her and take her for rides!!! 5/31/18: Honey is such sweetie. If you're laying on the couch, she will wiggle up there to lay behind you or if you're sitting, she will make a spot. When she wants to snuggle with you, she is all over you. Honey has been great with us. We have 2 big dogs and 3 kids. Honey can be a flight risk if she doesn't get some exercise, like a going for walks or playing fetch at least a few times a week. I have noticed Honey is very interested in birds and will run back and forth to catch them. It's very cute. She has had no accidents in our house and is a perfect driving companion. 4/4/18: Honey has been with us a little over a month now. She is a great dog. We had Easter at our house and Honey did amazing with all the strangers in our house. She never showed aggression or even batted an eye at all the people. Honey did great with all the kids running and screaming. She would go up to people and lay by them till they petted her and just kept going from person to person. We are still working on manners; this Easter weekend, she actually was begging for food from people. She would whine and bark at them. She has never done this before - when we eat, she goes and lays down. Honey has learned "stay" and is doing great with that. Her allergies are under control and she has had no issues with us. She is doing great on walks. She is not pulling me along. Honey really is looking for the right family to give her love. She is so sweet and gentle! 3/14/18: What can I say about Honey? My daughter calls her Honey Bear cause that's what she is...a big teddy bear! She is great with kids of all ages. Honey loves to play with other dogs and knows when to back off. If a dog growls at her, she will just walk away and doesn't show any aggression back. She loves to play fetch and go for walks. Honey will try to pull you when she first gets out of the house but quickly stops when she knows what you're doing. She would even go for short runs. Honey is potty trained. She will go in a kennel if you want her to, but we leave her out to have free run in our house with our other dog. Honey knows basic commands such as sit and lay down. We are working on staying and shaking and since she is very food motivated, she is coming along well. She does enjoy belly rubs and snuggling but also loves to relax in the sun or on the couch. Honey is a great dog who has a lot of love to give! To view additional dogs available for adoption, please see our website: www.4luvofdog.org
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  • Mutt Dog For Adoption in Fargo, ND, USA

    Diggs

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    Breed: Mutt
    Sex: Male Male
    Age: Adult
    Location: USA
    Posted Breed: Shepherd / Mixed (medium coat). Adoption Fee: 180. {s3829code380/} If you would like to provide this dog a loving home, please fill out a pre-adoption application. Have a question? Please read our Frequently Asked Questions and Adoption Processed Explained documentation. Statistics Name: Diggs Breed: Shepherd Mix Age: 2.5 Years Size: Large 77 lbs. ~Large range: 61-100 lbs Adoption Donation: $180 (applicable sales tax included). Adoption fees may be paid with cash or check. Other: Neutered Male, Vaccinations current, Microchip ** Diggs has been diagnosed with arthritis in his back and narrowing disc space between some of his vertebrae. Diggs may require occasional acupuncture and chiropractic treatments to manage his back pain. The cost of the acupuncture chiropractic treatments is around $160. Diggs is good with other dogs and would love to meet you! Foster Home Feedback 7/11/18: Hey guys, Diggs here. I’m getting better at meeting people and not barking. I had a ruff upbringing so bare with me. I like hanging out with my foster humans and dog siblings but only been around a few cats and didn’t do much other than smell them. Going on walks on a leash is still a little difficult but I’m getting better. 4/24/18: Diggs is a great dog that is dog-friendly and with a very slow intro does great with humans. He has been around a couple cat and just seems interested in them. Diggs will need some work on a leash and with manors. Diggs is low key at times and would love to find his own forever home. To view additional dogs available for adoption, please see our website: www.4luvofdog.org
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  • American Pit Bull Terrier Dog For Adoption in Fargo, ND, USA

    Ronnie

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    Breed: American Pit Bull Terrier
    Sex: Female Female
    Age: Adult
    Location: USA
    Posted Breed: Pit Bull Terrier (short coat). Adoption Fee: 180. {s3829code380/} If you would like to provide this dog a loving home, please fill out a pre-adoption application. Have a question? Please read our Frequently Asked Questions and Adoption Processed Explained documentation. FOSTER HOME NEEDED Statistics Name: Ronnie Breed: Pit Bull Terrier Age: 2.5 Years Size: Medium 51 lbs. ~Medium range: 26 - 60 lbs Adoption Donation: $75 (applicable sales tax included). Adoption fees may be paid by cash or check. Other: Spayed Female, Vaccinations current, Microchip, Fenced-in yard required, No children, NO other pets Ronnie is looking for a home all of her own! Foster Home Feedback * NO other pets, No children, Fenced-in yard required 7/6/18: Every day, I’m more impressed by this girl. When Ronnie came to live with us, she was afraid of her own shadow. She would flinch and feel the need to protect herself at the smallest unexpected movement and every novel sound (like leaves blowing in the wind). Fast forward - she’s no longer afraid of the wind, but can still be fearful around new people, especially new men. Today, we had some furniture delivered. I was all worked up, worrying about how she would react to two strange men in her house. Would I traumatize her all over again? Would this set her back to square one? I put her in her kennel and stood nearby with the ever-heroic cheese snacks. Ronnie whined a little when they first came in. I gave her a treat every time she looked at the men, and she decided they were okay after about 5 seconds. She laid down in her kennel and just watched, happily accepting cheese treats while the men worked. This girl is going to make some lucky person very happy. If you think you might be a good fit, we’d love to meet you! 6/10/18 Volunteer Feedback: Little Ronnie loves the sunshine! She would be an excellent gardening buddy. Ronnie most enjoys hanging out in the yard while we do our yard work. She’ll come over to see what we’re doing, then saunter over to the warmest, sunniest spot to lounge. I recently took Ronnie on a trip to Buffalo River State Park. I thought we were going to go for a hike, but Ronnie just wanted to lay in the sun and watch the squirrels and rabbits from a distance. She handled seeing another dog quite well, as we made sure to keep a healthy distance away. She’s getting very good at staying calm around other animals, as long as there is enough space for her to feel safe. It’s been such a joy to see this scared little girl blossom into an excellent companion. She doesn’t need an extremely active home. She loves to go for slow, sniffy walks; she prefers a nice big soccer field to sidewalks. Even more, Ronnie loves to snuggle with her people on the couch. She would probably snuggle all day if she could. It will be so hard to let this one go, but we know that her perfect home is out there. If you think you could be a good fit, we’d love to meet you! 3/11/18 Volunteer Feedback: Ronnie and I took advantage of the warmer weather and went for a hike out at Buffalo River State Park. She was a great listener even when we saw wildlife. When we got home, she thought a good long snuggle-nap was in order. 2/22/17: If you’re looking for a dog to love you, and I mean REALLY love you, look no further. Ronnie loves her people, there is no doubt about that. She recently stayed in boarding for a few days, and when I picked her up she was so excited, she didn’t know what to do with herself. She couldn’t decide if she wanted to stay by my side for petting or go to the car to go home. I agree, Ronnie, these are the tough questions. When she finally decided to get in the car, she rested her chin on my shoulder the whole ride home. This dog has oodles of life to give! 2/10/18: After 6 months in our home, we are in love with this little nugget. She’s learning some fun tricks like jump and spin, play dead and roll over. She is such a fun dog to have around. We really wish we could keep her, but we want to keep our home open to more dogs in need. We know there is a perfect home out there for Ronnie, and we are excited to meet those people. 12/11/17: Ronnie has grown into such a happy girl, despite all of the pain she's no doubt endured. It is so wonderful to see these positive changes happening. At first, Ronnie was not happy about using a kennel. Luckily, she has figured out that her kennel is a safe space, all just for her. If she wants to chew on a bone that is out in the living room, she will pick it and run (very enthusiastically) into her kennel to enjoy her bounty. Ronnie was initially an exuberant leash-puller; with some training and a walking harness, she has turned into the splendid walking partner. Ronnie is going to be an absolutely perfect companion for the right person, and we are so excited to meet you, whoever you are! 11/6/17: SO MANY CUDDLES! This dog is a perfect friend for those who dislike the cold. She prefers the warmth of indoors to long romps in the snow. Since the weather turned, Ronnie and I have spent many hours lounging by the fire, sewing, and baking cookies. Every time I let her out of her kennel, she does this adorable slow, happy lolloping run through the house, and it makes me want to squish her face so much! We still have no accidents in the house, she's doing great in her kennel, and Ronnie is really honing her leash skills. 10/12/17: Ronnie is an amazing dog. So incredibly loving and sweet and cuddly and awesome. All this dog wants in life is to be with her people. We don't have any bathroom problems in the house; she does well in the kennel (after she settled into her heavy duty kennel), and she walks nicely on a leash. Ronnie's a great size - not too big, not too small. She rides nicely in the car, and we've been working on a little bit of anxiety when she's left alone in the car for brief periods of time. She's doing really well. When we first started, we couldn't even leave her alone in the car to run into the house to grab something we forgot. Last weekend, I was able to run in to the grocery store for coffee beans, and she did great. I'll continue to take her for very short trips to build her confidence. Oh, and Ronnie's seriously adorable. She's so cute that people have pulled their cars over to talk to us while we're walking in the neighborhood. So if anyone is looking for dog that can help them get a date, Ronnie would be perfect. 8/13/17 Volunteer Feedback: Ronnie had a kennel break at our house. She very interested in laying on the couch! She had 2 poop accidents but that was it. Otherwise did all her business outside. Ronnie doesn't love the kennel and will need a little work in this department. I was able to leave her in a metal kennel for roughly 25 minutes and although she was anxious, she did not bust out of it. Ronnie will need some positive reinforcements with the kennel. I think it wouldn't take her long to be comfortable in one. She is a lover and loves her people!! Ronnie is very content just hanging out with her family. She would be a pretty easy dog to have around once her fear of the kennel is relieved. And she is as cute as a button!! 8/12/17: Ronnie is a sweet lady who finds the world a little scary at times. Men especially can scare her, but with patience, she realizes they are friends. Ronnie will need a home who understands and can help her overcome her fears. To view additional dogs available for adoption, please see our website: www.4luvofdog.org
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  • American Pit Bull Terrier-Unknown Mix Dog For Adoption in Fargo, ND, USA

    Virginia

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    Breed: American Pit Bull Terrier-Unknown Mix
    Sex: Female Female
    Age: Adult
    Location: USA
    Posted Breed: Pit Bull Terrier / Mixed (short coat). Adoption Fee: 75. {s3829code380/} If you would like to provide this dog a loving home, please fill out a pre-adoption application. Have a question? Please read our Frequently Asked Questions and Adoption Processed Explained documentation. Statistics Name: Virginia Breed: Pit Bull Terrier Mix Age: 5 Years Size: Large 61 Lbs. ~Large range: 61-100 lbs. Adoption Donation: $75 (applicable sales tax included). Adoption fees may be paid by cash or check. Virginia needs a home with no other pets Other: Spayed Female, Vaccinations current, Microchip, No other animals of any kind, Needs a fenced-in yard, Older/Considerate Children only. Virginia is looking for a home and person to be all hers! Virginia's 3 Minutes of fame! https://goo.gl/y2A25Q Foster Home Feedback * Virginia needs a fenced-in yard, Older/Considerate children only, No cats, No dogs. * Virginia has had a history of skin allergies, but is currently free of any allergy symptoms and currently, takes no medications. 6/28/18: Miss Virginia has great sea legs...as usual, she was calm as a cucumber on her maiden pontoon voyage. Virginia wasn’t interested in going in the lake, but has no fear of the dock or jumping into the pontoon. Seriously, this girl is such a great companion!! Please consider giving her a place in your heart and home! 6/22/18 Volunteer Feedback: I got the pleasure of having Virginia stay at my house for one night last week. What a peach! She settled in so quickly, it was like she had been living with me since she was a puppy. No accidents in the house, no barking, no tearing up anything she wasn't supposed to, and kenneling wonderfully. Virginia is so very well behaved and with her allergies seemingly disappearing, she is basically the perfect dog. She still needs to be an only pet, but with all the love she has to give, why would she want to be shared? I know Virginia's foster mom will keep her in tip-top shape mentally and physically until you finally decide that Virginia is the dog for you (she is, trust me)! You won't regret it!! 6/11/18: Good things are happening for Virginia, or Ginny as I call her. Her allergies are non-existent and she is no longer eating expensive prescription food! Her skin is clear, no "itchies" at all...and her coat is thick and shiny. She is such a happy and content girl in my home. So patient and quiet...eats well, kennels well or I can leave her loose in the house when I leave, although I do have to put anything edible up high or in the cupboard after the 'butter' incident...Turns out she has a pretty tough stomach as eating an entire stick didn't even give her an upset tummy. Ginny is one of the easiest fosters I have ever had. She eats well, doesn't ever beg, rarely does she bark, walks like a champ and now is learning how to play fetch! Until recently, she just played with her favorite ball by herself in the backyard...pouncing on it and making it pop up so she can chase it. Very cute!! I have big flower beds in my fenced yard and she knows not to go in them. She is smart and follows my instructions. I love to do obedience training with Ginny as she is so eager to please. Warm weather has us at the lake and I have been amazed at how easily she transitioned to a totally different home. She remains her same calm self. I do a lot of gardening there and I have her on a tie out near where I am working. She just lays quietly watching me. We finally got the pontoon on the lift yesterday so I am anxious to give her a first boat cruise next weekend. Stay tuned! I do hope someone will give Miss Ginny a loving forever home soon, as she has waited so long. Even though she needs to be the only pet in the home, she is not aggressive when she sees dogs from a distance or when she sees them while riding in the car. Speaking of cars, she is spot on P-e-r-f-e-c-t in them. She is my buddy delivering weekly meals on wheels and never even sniffs the basket and cooler full of delicious and aromatic meals! Please consider giving this sweet, smart, calm and loving dog a place in your heart and home. 4/6/18 Volunteer feedback: For the last few weeks, I have had the pleasure of fostering this sweet, distinguished, and beautiful girl while her permanent foster mama took care of a previous rescue. First, I must tell you that I have mobility issues. I can't walk unaided, and Virginia is a powerful girl. She does need a firm hold when walking her, but she responds very well to correction and is very food motivated, but never food reactive. If it weren't for MY walking issues, I am quite sure this sweetheart would have found her forever home with me. Fortunately for me, the dedicated rescue volunteers stepped up, literally, and made sure Virginia got her daily walks. She has been a lovely house guest, learning my new routine, when and where to do her business, eat, and puts up with me recycling my wardrobe to see her all prettied up. Virginia travels beautifully in the car, visits my grown-up family in Grand Forks with reciprocal delight, and looks for me to ask permission to go outside & to eat her kibble. She has a loud bark and seemed to be growing protective of me, but we quickly remedied any issues by having her greet new visitors outside, where her tail wags & thumps, and she wiggles with a few "hello" barks thrown in. Virginia loves to give kisses, is a champion snuggler, and goes with my flow. I was worried it would be a big adjustment for her to get used to my routine, my house, my walker/crutches, and none of these proved true. Please consider giving Virginia a permanent home. You won't regret it, and I will truly miss her. But, I will look forward to seeing your pictures...because this is one girl whose sweetness you just have to keep trying to capture on camera. 1/6/18 Volunteer Feedback: Can’t tell you how happy I am to have this marvelous girl in my home, even if it means crating and rotating with Fetty and my little dog. Virginia is such a good girl and today I left her unkenneled alone in the house while Fetty and my little guy went to the Vet...and she was PERFECT!! She remains totally relaxed and happily content, separated by only a gate or wire kennel. Seriously, Virginia is a perfect guest: eats well, kennels perfectly, no accidents, doesn’t even bark when strangers come to my home; And the only time she has ever barked is when she goes outside to potty and just has to let me know she does have a voice and is happy it is warm enough to make a running lap around the backyard before heading back to her favorite end of the couch. Virginia is truly a gem of a dog! 12/22/17 Volunteer Feedback: If you are looking for a low key dog, then please check out Virginia. A loving volunteer has been giving Virginia day outings and overnight outings in her home. The volunteer reports that Virginia is very relaxed and quiet. Virginia just likes to lounge around the house and has some very polite manners. She doesn’t jump on people or bark or counter surf and she has excellent walking skills. Virginia enjoys short strolls around the neighborhood but doesn’t need too much physical exercise. She prefers to keep her distance from dogs, so on walks, her adopter will need to make sure she is given space in relation to other dogs. Virginia has been trained to redirect her attention back to her human when she sees another dog. This training will be transferred to whoever adopts her. The 4LOD training team will help any adopter or foster with helping Virginia adjust to their home and showing the humans all the good things Virginia knows. She is a very sweet, smart, calm and loving dog. Please consider adopting her. To view additional dogs available for adoption, please see our website: www.4luvofdog.org
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  • American Pit Bull Terrier-Unknown Mix Dog For Adoption in Fargo, ND, USA

    Sweetie

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    Breed: American Pit Bull Terrier-Unknown Mix
    Sex: Female Female
    Age: Adult
    Location: USA
    Posted Breed: American Pit Bull Terrier / Mixed (short coat). Adoption Fee: 180. {s3829code380/} If you would like to provide this dog a loving home, please fill out a pre-adoption application. Have a question? Please read our Frequently Asked Questions and Adoption Processed Explained documentation. Statistics Name: Sweetie Breed: American Pit Bull Terrier Mix Age: 1.5 Year Size: Medium 45 lbs. ~Medium range: 26-60 lbs Adoption Donation: $180 (applicable sales tax included). Adoption fees may be paid by cash or check. Other: Spayed Female, Vaccinations current, Microchip, Older considerate children only Sweetie is very friendly and a smaller stature dog Foster Home Feedback 4/18/18: Sweetie continues to be a complete sweetheart! She loves attention and will nose at your hand if she thinks you should pet her more. Sweetie can be a nervous dog in new situations and around other dogs, but she’s great with all people she’s met. She’s made one new friend, our neighbor dog we sometimes watch. While Sweetie wasn’t certain about her at first, she warmed up after a few hours. Even though Sweetie can be energetic at times herself, she seems to prefer calmer dogs who will give her space until she decides they aren’t a threat to her. Hopefully, as she builds confidence she'll get better about this, as she is dog-friendly with proper, slow introductions and time. Sweetie has really warmed up to our dogs and has started playing with them. She sometimes will chase after the ball or frisbee in our yard but usually thinks it’s more fun to chase our dogs when they go after it. Sweetie likes laying in her kennel, but she’s been so good that she has free reign of the whole house now when we are gone. We just leave the kennel open for her to lay in when she chooses. Sweetie is such a fun, loving dog that just needs someone with a little patience to continue to work with her and show her life isn’t so scary! 1/25/18: Sweetie lives up to her name and is such a sweet dog! She’s still very puppyish and energetic, but once she calms down she’s the best cuddler. We are working on learning to not jump so much and to be less mouthy when playing. Due to this, Sweetie should go to a home with adults only or with older, considerate children who understand she’s just playing. She is very treat motivated and does know “Sit” and “Shake” so hopefully “Off” will click soon. Sweetie has loved all the people she has met but has been a little nervous around new dogs. She would do best with slow introductions where she can observe the other dog for awhile, and the other dog should be pretty solid with her being somewhat assertive when she does meet them. Sweetie is currently living with two other dogs and is doing great after we gave her time to decompress. With proper introductions, she would do well with a dog companion but we also think she would have no problem being an only dog as she definitely prefers attention from us versus playing with the other dogs. Sweetie was heartworm positive and completed treatment the beginning of December. She will need one follow up check in June. Sweetie will be a wonderful companion for the lucky person/family that adopts her! To view additional dogs available for adoption, please see our website: www.4luvofdog.org
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