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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. New postings are not always on first page, so please take a look at all the pages!

If you are interested in any of our rescues please email Pamela at PamelaJoWolflady2@sbclobal.net for an Adoption Application. 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 temporary fostering.

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When you purchase a Whistle Tracker from our link  http://ltwr.whistleshelters.com/ you receive $15 off the purchase price of $80. Lake Tahoe Wolf Rescue also gets a nice donation. Use coupon code SHELTERLOVE when Checking Out. I bought one for my dog and I LOVE it. I always know where he is no matter where I am. Check it out! Wish I had one for my husband!

ALSO ... more good news ...

We've posted a video about a beautiful Crash Dog T-shirt from Devium USA. In support of our Rescue. 

In celebration of Corey Duffel’s longtime henchman, Crash Dog, Devium is proud to offer our Crash Dog Tee, the proceeds from which go to support Lake Tahoe Wolf Rescue, a 100% not-for-profit organization. Check out the link and the video of Crash Dog and order you T-shirt now! 
 
 
 
 
 Dogs for Adoption 
 
 
 
 
 
   
 
 

Los Angeles, CA - This is beautiful Riley. She is a 3-year-old female Malamute/mix. Her previous owner said she was spayed but there are no vet records available. She will be given shots prior to adoption. Riley is not good with small dogs or cats but has lived successfully with large dogs and young children. She has a very sweet temperament, is very calm and not bothered by much. She is not a high energy girl and would be great with someone retired that will take her on nice walks. She walks very well on a leash but does get a little car sick. Riley was rescued by Delaney’s Dog Rescue and was evaluated by Sarah Varley. Riley is now in foster care and according to Sarah “Words honestly can't explain how sweet, patient, and cuddly she is. All she wants is to be petted and loved.” Riley weighs approx. 70 lbs and may gain a bit of weight with proper diet. She looks bigger than she is because she is all floof! If you are interested in giving this sweet girl a forever home, please utilize the application found at this link: http://www.delaneysdog.com/ Adoption-Application.html  People may also contact Maureen Delaney at delaneysdog@gmail.com  or ( 818)602-2212. Time is of the essence and we want to get this girl into a loving home soon! Transportation help is available.

   
 
Very Urgent - Muncie, Indiana - Elegant Luna needs a home fast. Her owner can't keep her any longer and may have to surrender her to a shelter if a home is not found soon. Owner rescued Luna when previous owner was going to take her to a shelter. Luna is only a pup at 2-1/2 years old, is spayed and up to date on vaccinations. She is not good with small dogs or cats. She just needs someone that is experienced with northern breeds so she can feel calm and trust her handler. Poor Luna has been through 3 homes already and we would like to find a permanent, forever home for this sweet girl. Luna pulls a little on leash at the beginning when she is first going out, then walks nicely. She just needs a little more training in this area. She has not been trained to have recall off leash. She can jump 6' so we recommend lean ins, lattice or higher fence. She digs a little too. Luna has had some training and can Sit, Shake, and Lie Down. She has no food aggression with people but should be fed separately from other dogs. She's a little shy with new people but warms up if you are calm and patient. Luna is in good health, is submissive with humans and good with kids but we don't usually adopt rescues into a home with small children as a matter of policy. There may be some exceptions if home is quiet and disciplined. Owner has other dogs and Luna is not good living with other females, so we would like to find a home with a nice male canine companion, or she could be an only dog. Owner is willing to help with transport up to 4 hours. If you are interested in helping Luna find a good home, please contact Sue at SoloWolf_93@yahoo.com   ( please note there is an underscore after Wolf as in SoloWolf_93  )
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
New Mexico - This stunning 4 y/o mid-content wolfdog, Freya (on the left) is in a sanctuary waiting for her forever home. History: She was rescued from a shelter hours before euthanization; was fostered for weeks by a wonderful couple who had the perfect containment and lifestyle for her. Freya was well behaved indoors with them and liked sleeping in the bedroom. Freya likes to be queen and kept bugging the other dogs and so we placed her into a new home where Freyja had a nice male whom she liked. We had advised lean ins which they didn't do and she soon escaped their 8' fencing. Animal Control wanted to confiscate Freya so now poor Freya will have to stay at a sanctuary until we can find her a new home. Freya is sweet and warms up to women quicker but now a little shy of some men. Freya will require 6', 7' or 8' fencing but must have lean ins as she can literally jump/climb an 8' fence. There should be dig guard as well. We are looking for a wolfdog-experienced person with time to spend with this sweet girl, and one nice male canine companion for Freya. Freya may also be fine as an only dog if you are around a lot to spend time with her. Freya is well behaved indoors, is housetrained, and likes sleeping next to your bed - and she really enjoys being outdoors on daily hikes to lakes and mountains on a long leash. Overall she is friendly with other dogs if they don't live with her as she likes to establish a hierarchy. Transportation is available so help us get beautiful Freya into a forever, loving home. She is really a sweet girl and just needs to find the right place. Contact Pamela Jo by calling her at (775) 833-2066 or email her at
  
 
 
 
 
Surprise, AZ - Chinook - This beautiful 10-mo-old neutered male was found running loose in January when he was about 5 months old, and started living a pampered new life with a family, dogs and kids. He did fine until recently when he started showing dominance towards woman and the kids. He was then placed with a gentleman and his son who he did great with them until a woman was around. He may have been abused or treated harsly by a woman as he is not comfortable around most women. Unfortunately they did not work with a trainer to help him. He seems to be fine with the first Mom but with 4 children and 4 dogs she has her hands full. Chinook is fully vaccinated, neutered and chippped. He is mostly White German Shepherd/Husky and very sweet. He is now about 10 months old. He has an unusual scar around his ankle like a rope burn but has no problems with that foot. The first family has taken Chinook back because they don't want him to go to the shelter, but can't keep him much longer so he needs a home right away. Someone that is home a lot and can give Chinook some socializing, exercise and training would be great for this young pup. He has his whole life ahead of him and we don't want him to wind up in a shelter so please help us find a great home for him. Please call Pamela Jo at (775) 833-2066 or PamelaJoWolflady2@sbcglobal.net  Time is always critical for these rescue babies as fosters can't keep them very long.
 
  
 
 
 
 
Laveen, AZ - this handsome 10 y/o neutered male, Lopez, needs a new home. His owner is moving and traveling a lot and there is nobody to spend time with Lopez to give him the love and attention he needs. He is very lonely and owner has to find people to come feed him. Lopez weighs about 65 lbs, is up to date on vaccinations, and is good with other dogs. He is timid and submissive at first. Lopez is pretty good with little dogs and wants to play but often ignores them. Lopez is not good on leash as he is very frightened and bolts at the slightest noise, but we often find that in a quite meadow or forest [i.e. a natural environment] with no people or activity he might be just fine. Lopez is well behaved indoors unless he gets really bored (like he is now) and will pull things
off the counter to entertain himself. He is housetrained and can be left home alone for short period of time (after exercise is always best). With people Lopez is shy and will approach after he feels comfortable with that person. He is in excellent health, rides well in the car, and would love someone with a big secure yard and maybe a nice female for company. We would like to put Lopez into a home that has lots of wolfdog experience and that understands his needs and behaviors. Although he is very shy and neophobic, he is such a sweet boy once he trusts you and is very snugly and playful.  In play, he is nippy so you have to be careful or at least understand that he is playing, not biting. A sanctuary setting might also be acceptable if he gets out of his enclosure often and has lots of attention, exercise and companions to play with. If you are interested in beautiful Lopez, please contact Pamela Jo at PamelaJoWolfLady2@sbcglobal.net  Transportation help is available.
 
 
 
 
 
 
Urgent - Sant Cruz, CA - These two beautiful girls would like to go together ... Pretty 6 y/o Lucy needs a home right away. German Shepherd/Malamute mix, Lucy's home is being sold and they can not keep her any longer. Lucy is spayed and up to date on vaccinations. She is submissive and gets along great with other dogs and best with larger dogs. No cats or small dogs please. Lucy does not like being leashed but is not difficult once she is on one. She is housetrained but has been living outdoors for years now. She is very bonded with her best friend, Indy [white dog shown below] and has separation
anxiety when Indy is not around. She does not try to escape unless Indy is out and she will do anything to be with her. Lucy is content to stay in her enclosure so we would like to find someone with a nice big yard for Indy. Usually good in 6' fencing. Pic above shows Lucy with summer coat all brushed out. Lucy is a bit shy with humans and loves to be around dogs. She has no food aggression at all. She is in good health and playful. Lucy is a bit nervous in the car and does best riding in a kennel where she feels secure. She is difficult to leash up as she is very shy, but will go anywhere Indy goes. Here is a photo of Lucy with her winter coat. What a beauty!
    Indy is Lucy's best friend and she is about 7 years old. She is the slender White German Shepherd/Husky girl, spayed and up to date on vaccinations. She is good with other dogs but with larger, friendly males she is best. No small dogs or cats please. She walks nicely on leash but is not getting out much these days. Indy is VERY well behaved indoors and is housetrained, but has been stuck living outside with Lucy for 5 years now. Indy is crate trained in the car and was fine when left home alone. She has dug out of her pen a few times so dig guard is recommended with at least 6' fencing. Indy knows some basic training however owner has done nothing with her in a long time. Very sad for these girls. Indy loves going places with you but has been a backyard dog living outside for 5 years now. Indy is an amazing girl - she loves people and wants to say hello to everyone and just be loved on. She loves to cuddle and wants to sleep next to you. Unfortunately after getting Lucy her lifestyle was changed and she became Lucy's management piece. Indy is a wonderful girl and loves being with people - but Lucy is a complete wreck with out her so Indy has to stay outside with her.
    Both these pups need a home ASAP. It will be difficult to find a good home for them both but if someone can find it in their heart to take them both it would be great. If we can't find a home for them together they will need to be separated and if so, best if they go into a home with another friendly dog so that it won't be so stressful on them. If you feel you can give both or one of these precious girls a good home, Please contact Pamela Jo at her email  PamelaJoWolflady2@sbcglobal.net     PLEASE HELP THEM FIND A NEW HOME!
     
 
 
Apache Junction, Arizona (outside Phoenix) - This beautiful White Shepherd mix is named Phoenix and is about 6 years old. He is 95 lbs, neutered and microchipped. This pup was rescued from a shelter but now his owner is soon moving to a small apartment in Las Vegas (very hot!) and she wants a better life for Phoenix. She loves her boy and is waiting for Phoenix to find a new home before she moves. Phoenix needs a nice yard, lots of exercise and hikes in the woods. He is good around other large dogs at the dog park and will be submissive if the other dog is dominant. He lives with a smaller 9 y/o Shepherd female. Phoenix is ok with the small dogs at the dog park but we usually do not not adopt large dogs with little dogs, cats or small children. He walks pretty well on leash, and does very well on off-leash hikes in the woods and stays close. He just needs to be leashed up before getting to the trailhead as he may play come-catch-me. Phoenix is housetrained and well behaved while someone is around, but does have some separation anxiety if left home alone all day. He does much better when left out in the yard, and always better with another dog for company.
Phoenix will let you know when he has to go out for potty, he sleeps in owner's bedroom, and likes to sleep outside when weather is nice. Phoenix can Sit, Lay, Shake, and Rollover. He has no food aggression with people or other dogs, is submissive with humans, and rides well in the car. He is fearful to be in crate and will try to chew out hurting his teeth and gums. He's a little shy with new people but warms up quickly. He is great at the groomers, loves attention and will make someone a wonderful companion. He's very adotable! Let's help Phoenix find a nice home - it would be nice if we could place him in the Sierra where it is cool and he can run in the forests with you. Transportation help is available. Contact Pamela Jo by calling her at (775) 833-2066 or email her at
 
 
 
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