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Diego & Dora

Male Young American Staffordshire Terrier (mixed)
Diego and Dora were found as strays together and we don't know if they were raised together (they aren't very old) or just become extrem... show more
Diego and Dora were found as strays together and we don't know if they were raised together (they aren't very old) or just become extremely bonded.  But they do seem to need each other! Beautiful Dora is approx a year old. Even being out on her own with her friend Diego, she has such a sweet, happy and easy going manner.  That's not to say she doesn't like to play because she does and still shows that puppyness!  Diego has such a loving spirit and really loves being around people.  He is a pretty chill guy mot of the time but only being about 9 months old (he's a big guy), he still gets pretty excited about everything.  Both of them do well with other dogs, always waggin their tails  in welcome and they seldom bark.  They both know to wait to go potty outside and are very gentle taking treats and food. This is from their trainer/foster: "DIEGO needs DORA more then she needs him. She will at least go potty without him, but then she wants right back in with him, and the reunion is as if they spent days apart. DIEGO, however, cannot function without his sister. They are so dependent upon each other, it’s sad to see them always looking for the other when I pull them one at a time to work with them. Their lives have not been very consistent, so the bond between them is even stronger. Having each other is something they could always count on. I cannot separate them, I feel like that would be detrimental to their psyche and would forever change who they are. There has to be someone out there, with 3 or 4 kids, that needs a couple of playful pups...." We do offer a foster to adopt program and working with our trainers if you feel you have a home that would benefit from having a great "two for one" new family members!  Please visit our website at www.carerescueok.org for our adoption application. show less
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Gizmo

Female Adult Rat Terrier
Hi, I’m Gizmo. I am an almost 2-year-old Rat Terrier, and I weigh around 19 pounds. I had a bit of a rough start in my life, but my fost... show more
Hi, I’m Gizmo. I am an almost 2-year-old Rat Terrier, and I weigh around 19 pounds. I had a bit of a rough start in my life, but my foster mom tells me things will only get better.  I am having some trouble with my right eye. It’s either injured or infected, which may cause me to end up with a permanent wink. Can you find it in your heart to love me, even if I only have one eye? I promise it doesn’t stop me from being a sweet, pretty girl!   I do very well with other dogs. It can take me a little time to warm up, but I take cues very well and quickly figure out my place in the pack. I enjoy playing with other dogs and with squeaky toys! However, I’m not sure if I like cats or not. My foster mom is SUPER proud of me because I have not had one single accident in the house! I use the doggie door and do all of my business outside. I also do well in a crate - but ever since I’ve settled into my foster home, I don’t spend much time there anymore. Even when mom leaves us dogs alone in the house for a while, I wait patiently until she returns.   My favorite pastime is cuddling, but I’m happy to faithfully sit close-by and wait for your attention. I have a good appetite, and I am quite athletic. I love spending time outside. Whenever one of my foster brothers or sisters goes out, I’m always the first to join them. Plus, my foster mom thinks I have been very helpful scaring off moles in the backyard, so I’ve been earning my keep! show less