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|Rescue Me ID: 16-02-10-00051Tucker (male)|
Does anyone want or know anyone who wants a wonderful dog. We saved him from ambadonment and homed him with a family that can't keep him anymore. Fixed and up to date on shots also has microchip He doesn't have a lot of time to find him a home. He is an german short hair pointer mix very smart dog and not very big. If anyone knows anyone who can give him a forever home that would b great! Contact me and I will put u in contact with his family... I am afraid he will end up in the pound if I can't find him a home soon. Any and all help is appreciated! No rehoming fee for good home
Maricopa County Glendale, AZ MAP IT!
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|Rescue Me ID: 16-01-22-00441Odin (male)|
Odin is a beloved family pet. He is good with children. He is very good with older children but tends to walk away from babies and toddlers. He is a hunting dog and he needs to hunt. Since the birth of our last child he has not been out in the field and he is starting to act out because of that. Our child is disabled and requires all of our time for therapies/surgeries/medical appointments. So we will be unable to get him out in the field anytime soon. We are heartbroken at the thought of rehoming him, he is our favorite dog, but we want to do what is best for him, and we are not that right now. He has recently broken out of our back yard twice and had altercations with smaller dogs in the neighborhood, one resulting in harm to the other dog. We believe this is caused by boredom and frustration. He needs more than we can provide him right now. He is fully housebroken and crate trained. He is up to date on his rabies vaccine. He is an excellent dog with the funniest personality and we love him very much. He is part of a bonded pair. He has been with his sister Raina since birth. We are willing to separate them but would prefer to rehome them together to make this less traumatic for them. Rehoming him is breaking our heart but has to be done for him. (Less)
Maricopa County Buckeye, AZ MAP IT!
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|Rescue Me ID: 16-01-22-00430Raina (female)|
Raina is a beloved family pet. She is excellent with children, she is especially gentle with our baby. But she is a hunting dog and she needs to hunt. Since the birth of our last child she has not been out in the field and she is starting to act out because of that. Our child is disabled and requires all of our time for therapies/surgeries/medical appointments. So we will be unable to get her out in the field anytime soon. We are heartbroken at the thought of rehoming her but we want to do what is best for her, and we are not that right now. She has recently broken out of our back yard twice and had altercations with smaller dogs in the neighborhood. We believe this is caused by boredom and frustration. She needs more than we can provide her right now. She is fully housebroken and crate trained. Her rabies vaccine is up to date. She is part of a bonded pair with her brother Odin. We are willing to separate them but would prefer to rehome them together to make this less traumatic for them. She is an excellent dog who just wants to be loved and we love her very much. (Less)
Maricopa County Buckeye, AZ MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 16-01-21-00441Nena (female)|
Nena, is a awesome girl,super sweet loves to please total love bug,great with kids and most dogs, she is house trained and crate trained. total wiggle butt. she about 2 yrs old and ready for her forever home,
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Maricopa County Mesa, AZ MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 16-01-04-00559Buddy (male)|
[Read About Natural Seizure Care] Buddy is such a good dog. He is great with adults, kids, and other dogs. He loves to run and his temperament is very neutral. I adopted him from a rescue foundation in 2009 and I have had him since. Because I am moving out of state for college and the inability to bring him with me, I am forced to find him a home. Like most German Shorthaired Pointers, Buddy gets seperation anxiety when he is left alone for a period of time, which leads to him crying, going through trash, chewing/destroying things etc. He also needs space to run. So, any adopters with a small yard or who would be forced to leave him completely alone for a period of time (ie: a work shift) should look for another dog to adopt. Also: -He has always slept inside when I have had him, so I have no experience with how he would be if he slept outside. -He has had two accountable seizures. The last one was a little over two months ago and the other one was about a month and a half before that. -He has (noncancerous) fatty masses on his abdomen. -A house with a yard and company (one or another dog) would be ideal (Less)
Maricopa County Gilbert, AZ MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 15-12-14-00342Champ (male)|
Champ is a loving a protective pit bull mix that I have had for two years. I am unsure of his history. I have been working intensely with a trainer to help his aggressive tendencies, but am afraid I do not have the time to dedicate to him. He does great as the only dog in a home, especially with adults and older kids. He is very loving, loyal, and eager to please. I would love to find a home for him where he could be given the love and attention he deserves!
Maricopa County Chandler, AZ MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 15-11-23-00649Peanut (female)|
Peanut is a pit/pointer mix and will be 7 in May. She was spayed as a puppy, went to Petsmart obedience training, is leash and crate trained. She does know some commands. Peanut loves EVERYONE she meets, all humans, zero aggression or fear. She raised two human kids, so she is excellent with kids, even toddlers, although based on her strength and exuberance I would only place her with older kids. She is gentle with kids but her happy wagging tail has been known to whack a child in the head. smile emoticon She came from a domestic violence situation, both physical and mental. The abuse continued to the dog as well, Peanut had a ruptured/torn CCL (knee) and was supposed to be on crate rest, but the husband would not crate her, run her, chase her around the yard, which was the worst thing he could do. Even though she was in pain, he would still make her run. She was a registered service dog, emotional support for the wife, and they were looking in to making her a therapy dog/service dog for the autistic child. CCL surgery was done on her beginning of August. A full blood panel was done before that--everything was perfect. She is great with dogs, her only issue is her play level. She plays too rough, has bad manners when playing, so the only dogs who can keep up with her are dogs with similar energy who are very tolerant--but because of her recent knee surgery she can't play like that. Maybe in a year or so, but the vets say only gentle playing. She kennels next to dogs, walks next to them on leashes fine, sits next to them fine--but she just can't play with them. We have found she is reactive--if the dogs are calm, so is she, if they are wild, then so is she. She has been to Petsmart for adoptions and does great. Even in a kennel when dogs approach and stick their noses in her kennel she wags her tail, does not react. She stuck her nose in the kennel of a growling lhasa and licked her nose. She has not been a barker. She IS a door darter--so that's something that needs to be considered. If she sees an open door--she is off to the races. She is SO affectionate and loving, always has the happy pittie smile on her face. Everyone who meets her just falls in love with her. Her adoption fee of $100 covers all of her medical! (Less)
Lulubelle Animal Rescue
Maricopa County Arizona
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German Shorthaired Pointer Dogs can make good pets in Arizona if they match your IifestyIe. The German Shorthaired Pointer is a medium sized hunting dog. Shorthaired Pointers are intelligent and trainable. This breed does great with children. Shorthaired Pointers need a lot of exercise, attention, and affection. They can make excellent family dogs. Shorthaired Pointers can be socialized to get along well with cats and other dogs. Shorthaired Pointers need a large yard with a high fence. This breed is an excellent jogging companion.
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