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|Rescue Me ID: 14-07-19-00432Mia (female)|
lethally white Mini Aussie. good family dog, though deaf & if easily startled by small children, MAY nip. Recommended as a companion/jogging partner or a family dog with older kids. she is house broken, kennel trained, and knows basic hand signals. Sweet & loving dog who needs more attention than we can give. she loves to fetch balls, go on walks, and do tricks! we will give kennel & leash also
Washington County portland, OR MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 14-07-19-00243Cooper (male)|
Cooper is a wonderful family dog, but needs more exercise more than we can give him right now. He turned 9 in April and is still very energetic and social. He is wonderful with our two kids (ages 1 and 3) and very good around other dogs. We recently moved to a house with a much smaller yard, and he is not able to get out and run like he did in our old yard. Cooper's ideal family would have a medium-large sized fenced in yard and have the ability to give him some form of exercise (take him running/throw the ball) at least a few times a week. If you can do that, Cooper is a wonderful dog!
Washington County Portland, OR MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 14-07-17-00487Lily (female)|
Lily is an awesome girl who is great with other dogs, kids and adults alike. She does good in a kennel. Lily is allergic to some foods, which cause severe hair loss. She has been on Diamond dog food and is doing awesome with it. She is really good with kids and puppies.
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Josephine County Grants Pass, OR 97526 MAP IT!
|Animal ID: 1651Bree (female)|
Bree is striking female, blue-merle Australian Shepherd or Catahoula Leopard Dog mix. This 2.5-year-old girl arrived at the shelter in December 2013 and is patiently waiting for her forever family to come adopt her to discover her true potential! Bree is available for adoption at Ani-Care Animal Shelter near Ontario, Oregon. Shelter Hours of operation are: Tuesday-Saturday: 10am to 1pm & 3-6pm Sunday and Mondays by appointment only. **Please call with any questions, these listings are put together by a volunteer and much more information can be obtained from the shelter.**
Ani-Care Animal Shelter
3616 Hwy 201
Malheur County Ontario, OR 97914 MAP IT!
|Animal ID: ?Daisy (female)|
Daisy is a good dog. Once we had our first child five years ago, Daisy started chewing on her back legs. We tried medications but to no avail. We were recently out of the country for four months and had a housesitter, and Daisy was just fine. We came back she started chewing on her leg again. The vet said it's most likely anxiety caused from the youngest child. So we are trying to find her a good home so she doesn't have to spend the rest of her life with the cone on her head.
Clackamas County Estacada, OR MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 14-05-23-00378Ryder (male)|
One of my daughters got Ryder off of a rescue site about four years ago. He immediately adopted the white/blond border collie in the picture -- inseparable. He was kind to all of their family/kids but obviously had come from some kind of neglect so he just didn't get close to the family. He was gentle and kind, never bites or anything, but just stayed with Tanner all the time. I (mom) had a farm and took him and he was great where he had land and three other dog friends. He is protective but never bit anyone and got along with all animals that came and went from our home. I do believe he would chase a cat, though. I now live in a subdivision. Ryder took to me like a bee to honey -- older woman, living alone. Since we've become so close within the last three years, he has grown more protective of me. If he meets another male dog that is semi-aggressive like him, they will sometimes get into a little rile. This only started once last July but I've noticed that on the trails he has sometimes not been happy to meet another male dog. But, he has improved so much. He has frightened a few people when they have come to my door or car, unexpectedly. He is protective of the one he loves. He is healthy and so incredibly sweet and probably about six years old. I've had dogs and horses all of my life and I've never had to try to give one up. But, for the sake of where I now have to live, keeping him on a leash (and he does great on a leash) and having such a small space for him with so many grandchildren visiting, etc., it's just a bit much. Incidentally, he loves children. I do not know his history but obviously if he is semi-aggressive now and then when he meets another dog or is surprised by a stranger, he went through something as a youngster or wouldn't have been put into an online rescue shelter so early in his life. If only he could talk, huh? I will keep him and just be extremely careful unless I can find someone else for him to love (he loves one person at a time, and that's all) and protect. He's an amazing friend and listens well. This is a first for me and it's already breaking my heart. All this dog needs is a more quiet environment and love. He would lie on your lap forever and just smile at you if he had his way. And yet, he love to take long walks. (Less)
Crook County Prineville, OR MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 14-04-16-00437Fin (male)|
Fin is an 18 month old male miniature Australian Shepherd. He was kept on a chain in a yard for the first 6 months of his life. When he became tangled in the chain and broke his leg, the owner took him to the vet to be euthanized. The Vet convinced the owner to sign the dog over to them, which he did. They treated his broken leg and put him in a foster home. She was unable to keep him because he was very aggressive towards her adult son when he would visit. She came to me for help. I agreed to take him in until I could find the perfect home for him. He has made amazing progress. He can be off leash and comes on command. He knows sit, stay, leave it, and is crate trained. He needs to be crated when left unsupervised. He is incredibly smart, and finds numerous ways to keep himself occupied, usually making quite a mess! Fin is a very high energy dog who loves the outdoors, going for walks, playtime, and when relaxing indoors he is very affectionate. He is a little clown, who loves being silly. Fin needs a home with adults only. He needs a fair amount of time to learn to trust, but he can and does accept new people as long as they are quiet and gentle mannered. He currently resides with 4 other dogs however, he only gets along with one of them. I recommend he go to a home with no other dogs. He also shares his home with 3 cats. He loves to chase them but loses interest quickly. If you think this boy may be for you, send me an email and we can exchange numbers then. (Less)
Umatilla County Pendleton, OR MAP IT!
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Australian Shepherd Dogs can make good pets in Oregon if they match your IifestyIe. The Australian Shepherd, or Aussie, is a playful breed that provides excellent companionship to active children. Aussies are smart, trainable, protective, and eager to please. Australian Shepherds are gentle with humans and aggressive when herding farm animals. Aussies are active even when indoors and do best with plenty of exercise in a large yard.
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