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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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Rosie

Female Adult Pomeranian Husky (mixed)
Meet my foster Rosie.  She is a puppy mill survivor and Logan’s saved her life. Rosie is a Pomski and she weighs about 12 pounds. She is... show more
Meet my foster Rosie.  She is a puppy mill survivor and Logan’s saved her life. Rosie is a Pomski and she weighs about 12 pounds. She is about 2-3 years old, spayed, up to date on vaccines and HW and flea preventatives.  I have had Rosie for about 5 weeks and if you first met her you would not realize the progress she has made, as she is still very scared of many things.  She has learned to like being petted and brushed and loves walks around the block and will pee/poop and sniff on the walk. She has mastered steps.  She loves rolling in the grass.  But, she is still very afraid of being picked up and strange sudden movements or noises.  She will eat when I am not looking.  I leave her crate door open and as of now she still prefers to stay in it but will get up and venture out when I ask her if she wants to go out.  I have kept her on a long leash in the yard as I still feel she might panic and take off and a short leash for walks. She has never had an accident in the crate and can be left for a long time but I would not say she is housebroken as I have not been able to get her to come out much.  I regularly talk to her and hold her as much as possible. Rosie will need a fenced yard and a quiet home. She will need still be on a leash even inside a fenced in yard until she has progressed more with trusting people. Rosie would do best without small children and with someone who has experience with puppy mill survivors. She is going to need a patient person as  it might take a long time to gain her trust. She is now spayed,  up to date with vaccines,  microchipped and tested negative for heartworm.  Her adoption fee is $350.00. If you are interested in adopting Rosie, please visit our website go to Adopt and complete the dog adoption application.    show less