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Harlequin

Male Adult Catahoula Leopard Dog Catahoula Leopard Dog (mixed)
Meet Harlequin, or Quinn as he likes to be called.  He is a 4 year old catahoula.  Looking for a dog that would LOVE to go on a hike wit... show more
Meet Harlequin, or Quinn as he likes to be called.  He is a 4 year old catahoula.  Looking for a dog that would LOVE to go on a hike with you?  Well then Quinn is your guy! Quinn's perfect match would be a family who lives in a house, since apartment living would not suit this large fella - he needs room to romp and play- it's his favorite pastime! A good sized 6ft privacy fence for his safety would be ideal. Due to Quinn's size (70lbs) and his playful demeanor he would be better matched to a home with older children 10 and up. While we are unsure of Quinn's feelings towards feline friends, we do know Quinn would be able to live with another female doggie friend (he's such a ladies man) who is submissive and enjoys to play. Quinn has done fabulous with other dogs with slow and proper intros. He would love someone active as he loves to romp outdoors and to go for walks. He is great on a leash and wants to learn! He loves to cuddle but he is not a couch potato by any means. Quinn needs someone with large breed experience who can be a confident and solid pack leader willing to work with him so he can be his very best. We promise you if you take a chance on Quinn he will pay you back tenfold. He truly is an amazing dog. Please be sure you have the time, commitment and experience to dedicate to our sweet boy prior to filling out our adoption application.  The Catahoula is a breed of dog like no other.  Extremely loyal and protective, a true diligent worker, and will be the best friend one could ask for.  Exercise is a must or they will get unruly.   Dog ownership is a very serious commitment and it is one that should be for a lifetime. It is not something to dive into without a lot of thought and research. Adopt Quinn pawzabilitiespa.org/adopt Foster Quinn pawzabilitiespa.org/foster show less
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Raven

Female Puppy Shepherds (All Types) Collie (mixed)
Little Miss Raven is a very inquisitive girl. She aims to please and loves to follow her people around. She looks for reinforcement and... show more
Little Miss Raven is a very inquisitive girl. She aims to please and loves to follow her people around. She looks for reinforcement and reassurance so she knows she’s doing the right thing. Once she’s in her comfort zone she’s off and running. She loves other dogs and loves to be around her people.   To watch her blossom in this short period of time has been an honor. She is moving along with potty training like a champ. She has a certain look about her at times that makes you think she is sizing you up and judging you. I absolutely love it! She’s wicked smart and wants to figure everything out.  She sleeps through the night in her crate and sees it as a safe place!   She loves crinkly toys and rope toys that she can share with her siblings. She has an awesome appetite. She would do well in a home with a canine buddy to show her the ropes. Her greatest confidence has been gained by learning from our resident papa dog who has taken them under his wing and watches over the puppies   11 week old puppies, best guess on breed is maybe Collie/Shepherd mixes. This is best guess and based on looks and their mother. Father unknown and mom is around 40lbs. PUPPIES COULD GROW TO BE MEDIUM TO LARGE AS ADULTS THERE IS NO WAY FOR US TO KNOW THIS.  Up to date on age approriate vetting.  Raven was born with a birth defect that caused one of her toe's on her back left paw to not grow. This does not slow her down and she is still a happy playful little girl, it simply adds to her charm :)   The first step to adopt is to fill out an application. (please refrain from emailing as we receive to many email to reply to them all, we are a small rescue with limited volunteer's) Please read our website prior to filling it out as most questions can be answered there. Once approved we will be in touch with next steps. The puppies arrive this weekend and will be placed on a brief hold after arrival to ensure they are healthy prior to sending them to their forever homes.  Application and more info on our process and policies can be found at pawzabilitiespa.org/adopt show less
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Tucker

Male Adult Pit Bull Terrier (mixed)
Tucker was returned to us a few weeks ago. To say we were devastated would be an understatement. The puppy we adopted out in August 2020... show more
Tucker was returned to us a few weeks ago. To say we were devastated would be an understatement. The puppy we adopted out in August 2020 was nowhere to he found. What replaced that bouncy puppy was a young dog afraid of everything. It truly broke our hearts.   Tucker went to a foster home and really tried to be the best boy he could be but the foster had an already established pack and Tucker didn't know how he fit in. The foster let us know that Tucker was no longer welcome in their home.  Now Tucker sits in boarding waiting for his forever home trying to figure out what he did wrong. :( A little about Tucker. He is a little over a year old, fun loving and full of energy. He loves walks in the woods, car rides, stuffed animals, and peanut butter filled kongs. He is potty trained and crate trained (but he prefers to sleep on the couch). He knows all the basic commands (sit, shake, stay, drop it, leave it, down, etc), is very smart, and very treat motivated. He likes kids but can be a rough player when excited. He prefers to be close to his people at all times, and very protective. He loves to play tug of war, and loves to snuggle. Tucker is food motivated. A few treats and you have a friend for life :) Tucker does well with other dogs his size or bigger whom are not dominate, with proper and slow intros after he has had time to decompress in his new enviorment.  For this reason we would rather pursue adopting him to a home without other dogs. Tucker did have a weekend stay with a family  from (4/30-5/3) Tucker did faboulus on his weekend stay over. He did lots of pack walks with their dog prior to the stay as well as durring and he was totally happy and relaxed. Him and the other dog (laid back male dog, whom was also adopted from pawzabilitiespa) gave eachother kiss's at one point. He was getting comfortable and even happily entered his crate without any fuss or stress. However the family realized it was not the right time for them to welcome home a second dog as they had a lot of personal issues going on within their family and so poor tucker has come back to the boarding facility to await his true forever family to find him. Tucker is just the sweetest boy who just wants to find his family he has so much love and happiness to give and he can't understand why he keeps being turned away. He truly is a great obedient fella who is equally handsome with the best kisses and cuddles in all of the land.   show less