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|Rescue Me ID: 17-07-16-001452WK FOSTER NEEDED (male)|
German Shorthaired Pointer / Lab On July 22 these darling babies will need foster for two weeks, We can then until give them their second set of vaccines, microchips and one more deworming. At that time, they will be available for adoption. They are currently 6wks old and will be 7wks when they begin foster. They are all healthy, social, playful pups that will be wonderful, new family members to active families. They are an energetic breed mix (mama is a purebred Shorthaired Pointer & daddy is a lab mix), so lots of outdoor activities and fenced backyards will be a must. There are 3 boys and 2 girls. During foster, all supplies and medical care will be covered by k9rr. If interested in adoption when old enough (9wks) please request an application. (Mama is pictured) (Less)
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|Rescue Me ID: 17-06-14-00350Ferdinand (male)|
8 9 10 I am looking to re-home my dog, Ferdinand. He is black in color and we think he is a lab/pointer mix. About 60 pounds. I love him so much and think he is a great dog but I have less and less time for him and not enough space for him physically. I adopted him when he was just a puppy and have seen him grow. Ferdinand is smart. He loves strongly and is very loyal. He loves to run, swim, hike and camp. Sometimes he will play fetch. The beach is his favorite!! He will thrive best with someone who has time to work with him. I would love to know whoever takes him will go through some sort of training with him. I can discuss my experience with him in training further in email if you are interested. He is reactive to dogs (especially on the leash), the door and new people. I have been working with him on these and it is getting better. With someone devoted to training him I think he would quickly learn better behavior. He does happily go to dog parks, and has dog,friends but can be loud and seem aggresive on first meetings with other dogs, especially on the leash. While he does like to chase squirrels and such he has (with some work) lived happily with many cats previously and currently lives with one cat. He has also lived with dogs happily. I could go on and on with things to say about Ferdinand. If you are interested please let me know via email and we can talk more. (Less)
King County Shoreline, WA MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 16-11-02-00014KLIF (male)|
Love big cuddly dogs? Klifford has lived most of his life in a riverbed as the companion of a homeless man. His bond with his owner was very strong, but unfortunately Klifford's owner was not able to keep him. Klifford is sweet, sensitive, and very smart. He loves playing ball and he has a fascination with sticks (probably the only toys he had to play with when he in the riverbed).He loves other dogs and prefers to be around fairly mellow dogs that like to play. It's clear that the homeless lifestyle had led Klifford to be a little protective of his people and he usually just needs to be reassured and offered a treat and then he's happy. Klifford walks well on leash, knows his basic commands, and though he's never lived in a home seems to be potty trained. His previous owner must have played very rough with him, because he can be playfully protective of his toys and doesn't know he is a big boy. He's probably not a good candidate for a home with really young kids, and would do best with a family that can keep him busy. Klifford is definitely a mixed breed, about 90 lbs, in great health and really needs a loving home of his own. We will transport all over PNW. https://youtu.be/NbzA8ZmxH8g (Less)
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|PIease Read Before Adopting a German Shorthaired Pointer in Washington|
German Shorthaired Pointer Dogs can make good pets in Washington 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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