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Beau

Male Adult Anatolian Shepherd (mixed)
Update on Beau. After consulting with a trainer,  it does appear that Beau is mostly if not all Anatolian Shepherd.  He is going to need... show more
Update on Beau. After consulting with a trainer,  it does appear that Beau is mostly if not all Anatolian Shepherd.  He is going to need a home that has experience with livestock guarding breeds and room for him to run. He does get along well with other dogs and cats too. He will not do well with small children as he does not like when small children are loud and jumpy.  He can also be protective of his home when his family is not home. He does get very attached to his family and will do best in a home without a lot of traffic and is willing to put him away when they have visitors. While he is very friendly with everyone outside the home, he is an Anatolian and bred to guard his home. Knowledge of this breed is best for this boy. Beau is pretty much a big teddy bear with his family and is very well behaved in the house. His lumps are just fatty lipomas according to the cytology and our vet says they do not need any further treatment.  Beau came to us from a shelter in Alabama. He was found as a stray and no one came to claim him. He is a very big and sweet boy. He is 103 pounds and appears to be a lab, hound with maybe something else in him too. Beau has definitely lived in a home before. He is housebroken and even gets along very well with cats. He really does seem to like being with cats and he does also seem to get along very well with other dogs. We think he is about 5-7 years old and he is very much a gentle giant. He does have some weird lumps that we have the vet checking out and all his bloodwork has come back normal. So we think this maybe normal for him. He is neutered, up to date with vaccines, microchipped and heartworm and Lyme negtive. His adoption fee is $200.00. If you are interested in adopting Beau, please visit our website www.LHARinc.org go to Adopt and complete the dog adoption application. show less
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BettyLou

Female Puppy Hound (Unknown Type) Great Pyrenees (mixed)
Betty Lou came to us from a shelter partner in Alabama with her mom and siz other siblings. We estimate her date of birth to be around t... show more
Betty Lou came to us from a shelter partner in Alabama with her mom and siz other siblings. We estimate her date of birth to be around the beginning of February 2022. She looks like she might have some type of hound or shepherd in her.  She weighed in at 20 pounds at about 13 weeks old. Whatever she is, she is an energetic ball of curiosity.  She is not afraid to take charge over her sister and even our big dogs.  She is a playful puppy with a big personality.  She enjoys chasing a ball, although she likes to run away from you instead of bringing it back.  She loves chewing on bones - or whatever else she can get her puppy teeth on, so make sure you have plenty of chew toys for her.  If she is not in her crate, she is on the move, so she will definitely need someone who is willing to spend a lot of active time with her.  She wants to be where you (or the other dogs) are, and she has managed to scale or go through every gate or other type of blockade we have put up, except the 3.5 foot metal gates, so make sure you have high gates to contain her in certain parts of your home, if you plan to do so.  She isn't going to be a dog who will cuddle for long on the couch or lounge next to you on the floor.  She wants to play and explore. Betty Lou is crate trained, likes to be outside and walks pretty well on a leash (although she is easily distracted by most things outside).  She sleeps through the night in her crate (usually from 11:30-6:30) without needing to go potty or having any accidents.  We are working on house training.  Betty Lou will go potty every time you take her out, but also will go potty inside just on newspaper, so she should be pretty easy to finish training if you just pay very close attention to when she walks over to the newspaper and take her out right away.  This is what we are working on now and she is doing so well with it.  Betty Lou is food motivated, so she will be easy to train.  She already knows "sit" and is working on "shake".  Betty Lou loves kids (she lives with 3 right now 4,7, and 10) and is fully used to visitors coming and going all day.  Warning, she does jump occasionally, so you will need to be mindful with her around tiny ones.  She loves our big dogs (85 and 100 pounds) and just wants to play with them, although we don't give them much time together due to the size difference.  She is not intimidated and will jump right up on them, so just beware of that if you have another dog who isn't up to the playfulness.  She is curious about our cat, but has not been aggressive.  She has been in the same room with our pet bunny (in a cage) and doesn't seem super interested in him either, but please still be watchful around smaller animals as she grows.  One last thing to note, Betty Lou has only ever been with her sister Bailey.  We have moved them to separate crates, and they are both doing ok, but they are right next to each other.  She may struggle at the beginning being crated by herself.  It would help if you planned to crate her near another dog or possibly in your bedroom, so she would have company through the night. Betty Lou is now spayed,  up to date with vaccines for her age and microchipped.  Her adoption fee is $400.00. If you are interested in adopting Betty Lou, please visit our website www.LHARinc.org go to Adopt and complete the dog adoption application.  show less
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Roxie

Female Adult Rottweiler
Meet Roxie. Roxie was found  as a stray. Her finder tried to find her owners for two months before they contacted us. Roxie seems to be... show more
Meet Roxie. Roxie was found  as a stray. Her finder tried to find her owners for two months before they contacted us. Roxie seems to be mostly if not all Rottweiler. She does appear to be only maybe 2 years old. Roxie loves people and children, she does seem to be crate trained. Roxie loves dog beds or would also be super content to sit with you on the sofa and snuggle. While she does love kids, we are not recommending a home with children because she does not seem to be a fan of sports gear or costumes. She does ignore cats while on a leash, but she is not happy if a cat hisses at her or gets too close to her crate so we are going to say no cats for her based on what we have seen of her. Roxie is going to do best as an only dog. Rotti or large dog experience is necessary for Roxie. It seems like she has not been in a house until she came to us so things like a mirror and the TV do make her bark and she has a big bark that may scare some people. Roxie is a about 80 pounds. She does like to jump up and counter surf but she corrects easily. Roxie does like to go for walks but is very strong on a leash, but she requires a fenced in yard because she loves to be able to roll around in the grass and play in a yard. She does like to go potty in a fenced in yard and usually tries to go in the same place. She is starting to play ball and loves to play in the snow too. Roxie loves to cuddle and get belly rubs. She did test light positive for Lymes and was on Doxycycline for 30 days. Roxie is now spayed, microchiped, up to date on vaccines and on heartworm and flea n tick preventatives. Her adoption fee is $200.00. If you are interested in adopting Roxie, please visit our website www.LHARinc.org go to Adopt and complete the dog adoption application. show less