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  Dogs For Adoption

 Some of these rescues are courtesy listings, so please read to the end of each Bio to determine who to contact. Check all pages to see all dogs. Note: New postings are not always on first page, so please take a look at all the pages as they change frequently!

If you are interested in any of our rescues [Pamela Jo], please fill out an Adoption Application and fax or mail back. All references will be checked and a Home Visit will be arranged at your convenience. You must be over 30 years of age for permanent adoption, but we do consider those under 30 for fostering.

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  Terrified at the shelter
VERY URGENT! Redding, CA Shelter - This Husky/mix boy, Blaze, was running loose on the streets in his neighborhood since November. His owner gave him to someone else, Blaze escaped and came back to his old home. Owner would have nothing to do with him. Blaze is a sweetie. The neighbors have been feeding him and a caring woman was going over there and feeding him by hand and he would take the food gently. She said he was so happy whenever she would arrive and he acted like he wanted to go home with her a few times, but was too shy to get in the car. The photo at the right shows him eating calmly in the driveway. He's a beautiful boy. She put a bed under the original owner's deck where he has been hanging around for months now. Only recently he started expanding his territory and then killed a chicken, so all hell broke loose and he was chased, tranquilized and captured and now at a shelter - very distressed. I think this boy has good potential - and possibly can be adopted to the right person with good northern-breed experience, escape-proof containment, and lots of time to spend with Blaze. I'm sure Blaze could use a calm canine companion to be an ambassador as he was good with the neighborhood dogs (no small dogs or cats please).The shelter is full and he does not have much time. Blaze will only be released to a certified Rescue.  If you can help this boy, please contact Robin at CalmCompanions@hotmail.com or Pamela at (775) 833-2066 PamelaJoWolflady2@sbcglobal.net 
 
 
 
Urgent! Pahrump, NV - (outside Las Vegas) this beautiful Malamute boy, Bear, is about 5 years old, neutered, and weighs about 78 lbs. He was rescued from the shelter before he was going to be euthanized and is living in foster care with Carlos, the gentleman who rescued him. Bear received a vet check, vaccinations, microchip, and dental cleaning and is now ready to go to his new home. He has a bit of a prey drive and plays a little rough so will not be placed with small dogs or cats. Bear is healthy, strong and housetrained and now knows some commands. He's a little pushy with kids so we would prefer a home without children. He does not like to be left home alone so a secure yard with 6' fencing and daily exercise would be great for Bear, with a person who is around a lot that can teach him new things. He is best with large dogs and it would be nice to have a large submissive female as a companion. An adoption Application and Home Visit is required. If you are interested in this gorgeous boy, please contact our Animal Coordinator Robin at CalmCompanions@hotmail.com or Carlos at smokeysilver1@hotmail.com Transportation help available. You can find an application on our websit here Adoption Application 
 
 
 
Urgent! Placerville, CA - Rhea is a 65 lb, beautiful Husky mix with a social and friendly disposition toward other medium and large sized dogs. She is currently tethered in the back yard all day and is quite lonely and desperate as her owner recently lost job and cannot care for her any longer. She is up to date on vaccinations and seems to be in good health. Rhea is quite lithe and athletic, she will require an escape-proof yard (7-8 foot fence or 6' with overhang, plus dig guard) and would do best as a companion dog to an active person or couple (she is not a good fit for families with young children). Having a dog buddy will help her feel more secure when left alone. True to the Nordic breeds, she is not recommended for homes with small animals, including small dogs. Her ideal home would allow her to accompany her people during the day because she will vocalize if left alone for more than an hour or two, so an owner that works at home or is retired would be wonderful for this sweetie. Opportunities to exercise and burn off young Husky energy should occur daily as often as possible. If interested in giving this sweet girl a foster or permanent home, please email Robin at calmcompanions@hotmail.com   or  PamelaJo at Pamelajowolflady2@sbcglobal.net  (775) 833-2066 The longer it takes for her to find a home, the longer she will stay on the chain.
 
 
Very Urgent! Sweet Home, Oregon - Chief Sr. and Oso [father and son] need home by mid April! . Chief Sr. will be 20 yrs old in March (shorter coat).... he is an amazing guy in great health for one of his age. Chief Sr. is not neutered. Oso is his son and is 8-9 yrs of age, neutered and also in great health. Oso and Chief Sr. must be placed together. Chief Sr. and Oso have not had any socialization work and have only known the people who have them. They have also only lived outdoors and would be very happy having a big yard with trees and shelter where they could live out their days in safety while being cared for. Because of Chief's advanced age, we will not consider any long distance transports. They will also not be placed where there are small children, cats, small dogs or other male dogs...Chief Sr. is still the alpha even at his age. If anyone can offer them a life of peace, where they are loved and given good food and care, please contact Kim at kimkahl@dukewarner.com or call 541-382-0065 
 
 
 
Very Urgent! Sweet Home, Oregon - German is one of 7 older Malamute mixes near Sweet Home Oregon who are losing their home in April and must find new homes by then. German is a 7- or 8-yr-old neutered male who is 100+/- lbs. He is very shy until he gets to know someone but once he feels comfortable with a new person, he is just a big love bug. German is a very personable, mellow boy who will walk on leash. He has only lived in one place his whole life and also has only lived out doors but I bet in time, he would love to come inside once he has gotten to feel comfortable and at home and has his own comfy doggie bed. He will need a new home with very secure fencing to keep him safe. German is fine with other dogs and would love to have a nice female companion to play with. No cats or small children though ... Please contact Kim for more information and an adoption application... kimkahl@dukewarner.com 
 
 
Urgent - Koda in Walnut Creek, CA needs a home by May. This gorgeous 4-year-old male Malamute/x weighs about 90 lgs, has basic vaccinations and will be neutered before adoption. He is not an escape artist, and has some training. He is loving and playful with kids, adults and other dogs. He is in good health and would love a home where he will get daily exercise and lots of attention like he is used to having. He does not bark much, pulls on the leash at first when excited but calms down quickly. He likes to chew at times. Owners must move and are very sad they cannot take him. He would be best in a home where he is considered one of the family, sleeps in doors and has a nice yard to play in. Someone that is active and is around a lot (works at home, retired, etc.) would be great for Koda. If you are interested in adopting this boy, please complete an Adoption Application  and contact Pamela at PamelaJoWolflady2@sbcglobal.net or Robin at CalmCompanions@aol.com 
 
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