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Andy

Male Adult Catahoula Leopard Dog (mixed)

Andy is a delightful guy that deserves the Best All Around Sweetheart Award. Super with all dogs and cats alike, Andy never meets anyone... show more

Andy is a delightful guy that deserves the Best All Around Sweetheart Award. Super with all dogs and cats alike, Andy never meets anyone he doesn't love. With humans he’s equally as kind and gentle. Sometimes he’s slightly shy but that subsides quickly. He’s extremely softhearted and sensitive to those around him, making him a wonderful best friend.  Andy had a limp on his front left leg that turned out to be Osteomyelitis of the toe. We ended up having to remove the top portion of the toe in order to stop the spread of the infection. He's recovered and you can't even tell he's without a portion of the toe. He does still have a slight limp that we've investigated multiple times, but we can't find a cause - we do know it's not toe related. It's most likely a soft tissue that is taking its own sweet time to heal. Despite, he's always been a very active and playful guy that looooves to run outside with his friends, along with wrestling and playing until completely worn out. He is still a playful ball of silly, silly, silly! However, he is very well mannered indoors and in the car for joyrides and adventures. When inside, he curls up next to you and rests quietly.  Andy requires a securely fenced yard to play in since he loves to romp around, and due to the fact that can't be trusted off leash. This is a strict rule for Andy only because we want to keep him safe, as he is a definite runner. Handsome as any dog could be, a kind and gentle soul, Andy is a dream. We can’t say enough good things about him. If you’d like to meet him just let us know! show less

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Devin - Available Post Heartworm Treatment

Male Labrador Retriever American Pit Bull Terrier (mixed)

**DEVIN needs to be treated for heartworms before available for adoption. Ask us about fostering to adopt!** Devin is a soft hearted boy... show more

**DEVIN needs to be treated for heartworms before available for adoption. Ask us about fostering to adopt!** Devin is a soft hearted boy that has endured more than any dog should. The result of severe abuse, Devin came to us scared, emaciated, heartworm positive, his teeth filed down to nubs, and a broken jaw...the result of someone extremely cruel. Amazingly enough, this hasn't affected his kind and gentle nature. Despite it all, Devin still loves all humans and animals, and he longs for someone who will dote on him for life, spoiling him to the ends of the earth. His kindness remains as he snuggles in your lap and hands out kisses. Devin is around 6yrs old but does have some arthritis. He is currently on anti-inflammatories to help with the pain, as well as some joint supplements.  Devin needs someone who understands what he's been through and who will provide patience during those moments that he wimpers for a little attention. He is a well mannered boy in the house and with people, and while he loves dogs, he does need to be monitored during introductions.  EVERYONE who meets Devin falls head over heels for his gentle nature and silly antics. If you hope to change someone's life for the better, Devin is certainly a good choice.  show less

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Faith

Female Young Great Pyrenees

**It's important to research the Great Pyrenees breed prior to considering Faith.  **PLEASE READ FAITH'S DESCRIPTION IN ITS ENTIRETY **F... show more

**It's important to research the Great Pyrenees breed prior to considering Faith.  **PLEASE READ FAITH'S DESCRIPTION IN ITS ENTIRETY **Faith is not a working Livestock Guardian Dog.  Faith is the definition of a female Pyrenees. She is spunky. She is loving. She is independent. She certainly has personality! At 15mths old (June 2019) is 75lbs and fearless. She loves to play and play, but she also has the full personality of a protective Great Pyrenees. She makes sure to use that bark, which is quite incessant and quite loud, to let everyone know she will protect her family. Due to this strong desire to bark, close neighbors would not be suitable for her.  Faith does well with cats (the cats just need to understand her play and be willing to play with her ) and is good with all humans. HOWEVER, she is a dominant female with other dogs and can only be placed with very large to giant breed males who will tolerate her being a bully...no females at all, and no livestock or other farm animals due to being untrustworthy with them. She can express this domination even moreso when she's meeting female larger and giant breed dogs, and when out in public she can act out. As a result, she will need an experienced owner. She is house trained, crate trained and is well manered indoors, but still being young she can do some chewing and will need toys. She loves to curl up on a soft blanket or bed with her favorite chewy object to gnaw away or rip in two. For her outdoor playtime, Faith requires a solid, 5-6ft fenced yard due to the Great Pyrenees fondness of roaming and ease of going over a shorter fence. She is a runner and not trustworthy off leash. Faith is the sassy little girl that keeps life entertaining, and she is quite charming...but she needs someone that will continue to socialize her, work with her, and understand her breed's high protection and dominance traits, as well as the fact that they may or may not be able to have additional dogs in the household in the future. If you would like to learn more about Faith just let us know.  www.k95rescue.org show less

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Major

Male Adult Great Pyrenees

**It's important to research the Great Pyrenees breed prior to considering adoption. MAJOR IS NOT A WORKING LIVESTOCK GUARDIAN DOG Major... show more

**It's important to research the Great Pyrenees breed prior to considering adoption. MAJOR IS NOT A WORKING LIVESTOCK GUARDIAN DOG Major is an extra large (110lbs skinny and growing) but very tolerant, very sweet people and animal oriented boy. At 2-3yrs old, Major is extraordinarily happy and kind, as well as a bit clueless. As a result, he has to take an inexpensive medication to keep him focused. This medication has done wonders for him and he is more relaxed and at ease, so he'll need to remain on the meds. Please don't be intimidated by this b/c it's easy, he loves them in his treats, and he takes them gently. In time he may be able to wean off of them, but that would need to be discussed with your veterinarian a while after he was settled in. In a foster or forever home, Major requires someone a little more experienced with the breed and dogs in general, as he is in need of continued training to learn boundaries and manners (his progress has been fantastic with this!). He is a little more active than your typical Great Pyrenees and a little less focused (as well as a wee bit dorky), causing him to need structure and a more laid back setting, as well as someone who is patient and enjoys working with dogs who need a little extra. Even though he's 2-3yrs old, he is still very puppy brained and in need of guidance. He also needs someone who can handle his size, as while he is excellent on a leash, he is still a very strong dog. In addition, he needs someone who loves comedy, as he is a comic for sure. Major absolutely loves dogs, but he needs dogs tolerant of his play and those who are understanding of his excessive goofiness. He really needs dogs in his forever home b/c he loves them so very much, but he may overwhelming to them at first. He means no harm, but he is a bit of a giant sized lughead when it comes to boundaries and it can be upsetting to some dogs. A meeting can be arranged in advance to let them get to know each other. He'll need someone comfortable with canine introductions and the process of getting to know one another. While he likes cats, he won't be placed with them b/c of this and for safety's sake.   While he enjoys being indoors, for his outdoor play Major requires a solid 6ft fence and more exercise than your average Pyrenees. True to the breed, he is a roamer, so outside of the fence he'll need to be on a leash, no exceptions. We're working on crate training with him, as well as house training - he's done well at house training. He is demonstrating some anxiety with his crate, but we're trying to help him get past that with training and the medication. We are definitely making progress.  He has developed some resourse guarding with treats that we're working on, and we're making good progress. A different setting may make a huge difference with this, as well. If you'd like to really make a difference in a dog's life, Major is one to consider. A charming, affectionate, joyful, devoted dog, he is amazing once he is given the chance to strut his stuff. If you think you'd be the perfect one to change his life, contact us at adoptions@k95rescue.org show less

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Matilda

Female Adult Carolina Dog

Matilda is a one of a kind little girl. While we are not completely certain of her heritage, it seems there is some Carolina Dog, perhap... show more

Matilda is a one of a kind little girl. While we are not completely certain of her heritage, it seems there is some Carolina Dog, perhaps some terrier, and an extra dose of super duper cute!! She is currently about 40lbs at 3yrs old and is all legs and ears (Nov 2017). Her coat is a lovely dark brindle, and her smile is stupendous! Matilda is an active, playful girl that adores other dogs but she is NOT good with CATS. She has grown up with other dogs and would absolutely love another one in her forever home, but they must be monitored upon meeting, as she gets overwhelmed when meeting new dogs. Someone experienced will do best with this, and we prefer no kids under the age of older teenagers in the home as a result. But don't let that fool you b/c she'd mourn without other dogs! She loves to run around outdoors and wrestle with her besties, and then turn around and come inside for a good snuggle with them (or you...she LOVES to be in your lap!). You never see her without her best friends! Matilda will require a fenced yard due to her strong desire to play hard and run around...she also has a touch of stubborness and doesn't like to come when she's called, silly girl. Matilda is house trained and also crate trained, and she rides well in a car. She enjoys walks and outings, as well. Matilda is SUPER LOVEY with humans and adores them ALL! She is absolutely thrilled about vet visits, social time and anyone that notices her. If they don't, she says "HEY! I love you! Look at me!" She is a very happy girl who is always bright and cheerful. If you think you'd like to meet our little bundle of happy love, just let us know! 5/8/18 8:33 PM show less

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Polly

Female Senior Pit Bull Terrier Labrador Retriever (mixed)

Polly is a lovely 5-6yr old girl that is soft hearted and gentle. On the verge of emaciation, she came into rescue in need of good food... show more

Polly is a lovely 5-6yr old girl that is soft hearted and gentle. On the verge of emaciation, she came into rescue in need of good food and a warm, sudsy bath. She introduced herself to us with a kiss, and has wagged her tail about 90% of the time.  Polly loves other dogs and everyone she meets (We’re still determining her views on cats). She will need to be placed with larger dogs, however, for she gets too excited and plays a little too hard with small dogs. At the previous shelter she was so well behaved with other dogs that they deemed her a “very special girl,” and we certainly know why...she has a heart of gold!  One of the best things about Polly is her infectious smile and kind eyes.  She has one of the best grins we’ve ever seen, and she’s not afraid to flash it! Her entire face lights up! Polly must have had someone unkind to her, though, because she’s afraid of little things like a brush, topical flea/tick prevention, or anything that you have in your hand that looks like it’s coming at her. We’re working on this with her so that she knows she doesn’t have to be frightened and that she will never be hurt again. Outside of those moments, however, she is affectionate, playful, gives hugs and is never afraid. With a kind smile and gentle disposition, Polly is laid back and easy going. She does have some spunk though, for she loves a good walk and a car ride. She also loves waffle fries and a soft, cozy dog bed. The most adorable thing though is that whenever a new dog enters her foster home, she’s thrilled! She always lets them know they are welcomed and that they’re going to have lots of love and lots of fun.  If you’d like an established, kind soul that is deserving of a pampered life, yet loves to get out and go, you’ll want to meet Polly. If you’re interested in doing so, just let us know! show less

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RayRay - Available 6/25 After Finishing Heartworm Treatment

Male Adult Boxer (mixed)

RayRay is a charming fellow that spews happiness and rainbows due to his positive and delightful disposition. Never meeting a stranger,... show more

RayRay is a charming fellow that spews happiness and rainbows due to his positive and delightful disposition. Never meeting a stranger, RayRay loves EVERYONE. When he meets dogs he's instantly passing out kisses and wagging his tail. That goes for humans, as well! He appears to be fine with cats, too but we won't know for sure until after he's finished his heartworm treatment. Currently RayRay has to rest since he was treated for heartworms, but will be off of the cage rest at the end of June and available for adoption. In the meantime, feel free to contact us and ask us about this sweetheart!  RayRay has been diagnosed with Cerebellar Hypoplasia...but don't be alarmed! This just means his cerebellum didn't form correctly, so he walks a little funny, is a little clueless, and has a little trouble with depth perception (e.g. he's slower going down steps). He is unfazed by this diagnosis, however, as life is a bowl full of jelly beans and sunshine to RayRay! There is no treatment for CH, and there is a perfectly fine prognosis for dogs with CH, so there's no need to think he's a tough case to handle...he just has a funny little gait. He lives a very happy and positive life with many, many years ahead of him to brighten everyone's day. If you love that smile as much as we do, let us know! We'll be happy to fill you in on how you can have this 4 legged bundle of joy in your life. show less

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Walter - Available Post Heartworm Treatment

Male Senior Labrador Retriever Shepherds (All Types) (mixed)

**Walter needs to be treated for heartworms before available for adoption. Ask us about fostering to adopt!** Walter is a senior lab/she... show more

**Walter needs to be treated for heartworms before available for adoption. Ask us about fostering to adopt!** Walter is a senior lab/shepherd mix that came to us in very poor condition but with a go get’em disposition. Despite emaciatiion (39lbs!), a hip out of place, a tennis ball sized mass on his wrist arthritis, parasites, and yucky ears, he still has a fantastic attitude and is ready to conquer the world! Great with dogs and tolerant of cats, he is finally enjoying the comforts of good food, a warm place to lay his head, and the joy of having fun. Walter will tell you everything you need to know with his talkative bouts but is also a quiet, gentle guy. So much fun and so well behaved, Walter is a perfect gentleman! While Walter is about 8-10yrs old, he is FULL of vim and vigor! Still acting like a 2yr old, he holds an incredible amount of fun and laughter in those expressive eyes of his. His energy and positive attitude is infectious and has charmed many a folk with his dancing, spins and love for adventure. We absolutely LOVE this guy!  Walter no longer has the 10oz mass on his wrist (yay!), but now he needs to be treated for heartworms prior to completion of adoption. This highly intelligent, handsome and sophisticated fella will bring so much to your life, that we are certain you'll fall in love as soon as you meet him. If you'd like to, just let us know!   show less