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Adopt Azalea

Female Baby Bengal

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Amelia & Emery *Bonded Pair*

Siberian

Amelia & Emery are special needs siberians who will need a very special home. We are open to foster homes, foster to adopt, or adoptive... show more

Amelia & Emery are special needs siberians who will need a very special home. We are open to foster homes, foster to adopt, or adoptive homes. They are purebred Siberians rescued after the breeder passed away. They were former breeder cats but have since been fixed. When they arrived, they were both very sick and malnourished. They are doing well but will need continued care. Amelia is a 5 year old siberian. She was 3lbs when rescued and is now about 7lbs. She had originally lost most of her fur due to malnutrition but its completely growing back now. She LOVES other cats. She loves them so much and wants EVERY cat in the world to be her friend. She is scared of being touched by humans but will walk right up to you to smell you. She has chronic diarrhea and it is unknown if it will ever resolve. All testing is negative. Blood tests show she does not absorb B12 in her food so she receives weekly injections to make up for it. We mix digestive enzymes in her food as well to help. She has a lot of potential to enjoy human contact. She likes being pet if she doesnt know Im the one doing it ;) Emery is approx 7 years old. She has chronic calici virus but has not spread it to any kitty she's been around. She gets a stuffy nose frequently and bloody noses. She's been treated with anti-virals for a few months as well as antibiotic injections every 2 weeks. She's VERY VERY sweet and LOVES to be pet. She also loves being groomed and brushed. She is friendly with other cats. There are times when her nose is completely clear. Other times, she has a flare up of calici. If you're interested in learning more about their care, personality, etc please email FFLRescueNetwork@gmail.com We are willing to do a trial with the girls and/or foster to adopt. show less

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Artemis *Read ENTIRE Bio*

Doberman Pinscher

****PLEASE READ ENTIRE BIO**** ---------There will be NO TAIL DOCKING OR EAR CROPPING Allowed!--------- Hi! My name is Artemis and I'm a... show more

****PLEASE READ ENTIRE BIO**** ---------There will be NO TAIL DOCKING OR EAR CROPPING Allowed!--------- Hi! My name is Artemis and I'm a purebred fawn & rust doberman! My mama was rescued when she was pregnant. We have been healthy our entire lives! I am super intelligent and will be a VERY large breed dog (weighing 65-80lbs). I need a home where I can romp, play, run around, and live a very active lifestyle. I am fostered with my brother. Since I'm young, I can do well in a home with kids, cats, or dogs. I will not be ready for adoption until around March. There are no exceptions and we request potential adopters be very patient during the process. The rescue will be accepting applications for the entire month to find the best match. I will be spayed, microchipped, fully vaccinated with DHPP, Rabies, and Bordetella, dewormed, and flea treated prior to adoption. Adoption Requirements: Adoption fee is $400 Must own another dog Must own home- WITH no breed restrictions for dobermans through HOA or Insurance Have an active lifestyle and have the time and energy for a large breed Some things to expect when adopting a puppy: Pee/Poop accidents indoors Chewing...LOTS of chewing Biting (especially while teething) Endless Energy Needing LOTS of training & time Be sure you're aware that adoption is a 15+ year commitment. That means, if you move to a new home...you take her with you. You make sure that home allows for a large breed dog. If you have a child, get married, divorced, etc you also keep your dog. BE VERY PREPARED. Cute puppies grow up quickly and need someone with the time to train and care for them. If you're interested in adopting, you can do so at www.friendsforliferescuenetwork.com/adopt show less

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Arya *READ BIO*

German Shepherd Dog

***Please read ENTIRE Bio*** Arya is an amazing husky x german shepherd girl rescued from High Desert Wolves in October 2018. She is bel... show more

***Please read ENTIRE Bio*** Arya is an amazing husky x german shepherd girl rescued from High Desert Wolves in October 2018. She is believed to have little to no wolf content though some of the other dogs housed with her did have wolf content. She was entirely unsocialized where she came from and has made amazing strides since then! Arya is sweet, timid, allows for pets, and loves to take treats from your hand. She's also submissive to other dogs and would do well with a non-pushy large breed dog. She would not do well with small dogs or cats as she was never socialized with them. She is not recommended for small children. We are looking for a home that will continue to work with her socialization. Someone who understands how to handle previously unsocialized dogs. She has the potential to be amazing in the right home. Arya needs the following home: Adopter must be a homeowner The yard must be entirely enclosed with at least a 6-8ft fence or block (Shes an escape artist) You may need dig guards (we have them in her enclosure as a precaution) Special considerations: She howls AM and PM She has never yet been inside a home and is not "housebroken" yet. She's currently in an enclosure with her sister. She is spayed, microchipped, fully vaccinated, etc. If you're interested in learning more, email me at FFLRescueNetwork@gmail.com show less