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Date listed: 04/13/2018
rescue Breed: Labrador Retriever Sex: Male Male Location: USA99206, Spokane, WA, USA
We need to rehome our 6 year old black lab male, named Brody. He started showing signs of aggression towards food at 6 months old. Also is very territorial of his pillow and bones. We enrolled him in puppy preschool and my husband worked with him for years, but it has never got better. He growled at my son through a gate recently, so HOME WITHOUT KIDS IS IDEAL. He doesn't like other dogs, has never bit one or fought, just growls and barks. He loves to play in the little kid pools and will play fetch until he can't run anymore haha. Is a sweet dog, but the aggression is too scary now that we have kids. Have tried to contact a trainer in the past but never heard back. Again ideally a home without kids and with someone willing to work with him. We feed him outside away from everyone now. Good dog other than aggressive behavior towards food and pillow/bed.Tags:
Date listed: 04/04/2018
rescue Breed: Labrador Retriever Sex: Female Female Location: USA72023, Cabot, AR, USA
9 week old lab. She is very sweet. She's had her puppy shots and is ready for a forever home. She is already trained to sleep in a kennel at night without crying.Tags:
Date listed: 03/28/2018
rescue Breed: German Shepherd Dog-Unknown Mix Sex: Female Female Location: USA28269, Charlotte, NC, USA
From her adorable smiling face to her intensely devoted personality, Millie is a dog that easily leaves paw prints on your heart. She is just 2 years old, very healthy, spayed and up to date on her shots. She will be microchipped as well. Millie is a very pretty mix of German Shepherd and hound. She is a medium sized dog at 35 pounds. Having been house trained, crate trained, obedience and leash trained, Millie is the perfect companion… almost! Millie’s foster mom works at a veterinary clinic, and adopted Millie with the intention of finding her forever home after making sure she was healthy, spayed and fully vaccinated. As much as her owner loves Millie, this sweet dog needs a home with owners who can spend most of their time with her. Millie has separation anxiety – she does not do well being left alone. This is something that can improve over time with a patient owner who can teach her that “when I go away – I come back” by using gradual exposure training. Millie is not good with cats, but is very accepting of dogs. She is a good match for respectful, older children, and is great with adults. Millie is looking for her forever home with a person, couple or family that will cherish her and keep her safe, happy and healthy. She needs a home with a securely fenced yard, and owners who do not have to leave her home alone, due to her separation anxiety. Millie will be rehomed with vet records and any supplies her owner has on hand for her. Millie needs to be in a home with people who stay at home for work, home-school or are retired. She is good when she has her owners with her, but if left alone can be destructive. This is due to separation anxiety. She can be trained out of this with gradual exposure training with owners who are willing and able to put in the work. She is a wonderful dog, and in the right home she will shine. Currently she goes to dog daycare when nobody is home.Tags: