Some of these rescues are courtesy listings so
pleaseread 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
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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SHONEE Please help us find a forever home for
her. Transportation help available - currently in Las Vegas, NV - This
pretty Husky/White German Shepherd is in a very temporary foster home with a personal
trainer! He can only keep her for a short time and we don't want to overstay our
welcome. Although her life has been saved she still needs a permanent home right away.
We would love to place Shonee into a home in the cool Sierra, and
transportation help is available to get her there, but a good home anywhere close is our
priority. Her elderly owner died suddenly and family can't take her.
Shonee is a real sweetheart and loves people - she is good with babies and calm kids, but ignores
rambunctious and noisy children. Shonee will be placed into a home with no cats or small dogs
but she is presently meeting small dogs at the dog park with no issues. Shonee weighs about 72 lbs
and is about 8 years young - she thinks she is a puppy and loves to play! She is spayed
and current on all shots, as well as microchipped. It would be nice if she had a friendly [medium
or large] male canine companion, but she would be absolutely fine as an only dog too, loving all
that attention. This energetic and well-behaved dog needs daily exercise - a home with someone that hikes or is active
would be great for her ... but she also loves to just hang around with you and get snuggles.
Shonee knows Sit, Down and Stay and was just groomed. She looks beautiful! She is fine in her
yard with 6' fencing, and she is also getting a lot of attention, training and trips to the
dog park. Shonee is not shy and loves people, loves to ride in the car, and has
never been ill treated. She eats a quality diet of real meat and supplements and is in good
health. A permanent home is needed soon to prevent her from going to the
shelter! Her Foster Dad can't keep her very long - he's just giving her a chance to find a
nice family that will love and care for this sweet girl while he gives her some basic training and
socializing. She gave him kisses the first time she met him and she will be a great dog
for somebody that deserves her love and loyalty. Transportation help is available.
Please call Pamela Jo at (775) 833-2066 or PamelaJoWolflady2@sbcglobal.net
Citrus Heights, CA - Sweet
Ducky needs a new home as soon as possible. She is about 6 1/2 years old, spayed,
current on vaccinations and microchipped. She was rescued years ago by her current owner who loves
her very much and hates to give her up. Ducky is good with her other dogs, a little standoffish at
first with new dogs but warms up quickly. She's the black GSD/Husky and blowing her
coat, so she looks a bit scraggly. She has that Husky undercoat that gives her a nice soft
feel. Ducky's learned to play nicely with her 65lb alpha female and her 120 lbs Akita boy. We
will not place Ducky into a home with small dogs or cats as it is unknown how she will act.
She walks nicely on leash, is housetrained, and owner says "absolute angel at times." Ducky does
have separation anxiety and will shred blankets in her crate when owner leaves, but if owner is around Ducky is perfectly content. Ducky would love
to have a new home where people are around a lot so she doesn't have to be left in her crate.
We think Ducky has a little wolf in her but she does not climb, dig or try to escape
especially if she is happy - but we prefer having secure fencing of at least 6'.
Ducky is a bit insecure and is shy and submissive, so someone with patience and experience
with shy dogs would be best for Ducky. She is ok in car but prefers short rides.
Ducky is used to getting a high-quality diet of real meat and is in great health!
Transportation help is available. Please help this sweet girl find another wonderful
home. Please contact Pamela Jo at PamelaJoWolflady2@sbcglobal.net or
Please help this girl find a home Big Bear, CA
- This beautiful agouti-colored 10-month-old female,
Moursa, is in desperate need for a new home. She is presently in foster
and is not doing well - they need to have her out of there asap. Foster has an elderly mother which Moursa is fine with, but being a pup
she chewed thru her oxygen tube!! It could have been a disaster but they had a back up
tube. These caring fosters rescued her from being dumped at a shelter. Moursa is
spayed and good with other dogs and
cats. She does not appear to have a prey drive [yet], does not stalk the little dog or
cats. Her foster is finding that she plays hard - his Shepherd and Husky are
tired of her constant puppy attention and now snarling at her. She jumps the 4'
fence daily even with the other dogs there with her and comes back in a few hours ...
but this is not acceptable and she could get hit by a car or shot. Because of her
shyness Moursa is near impossible to catch - she lets you get close then bolts
and plays Come Catch Me. An experienced owner will be required as she is an escape
risk. Her previous owners had a 6 ft fence which she jumped daily even though she had
another dog tobe with, so a 6' fence (or higher) with
lean ins is required). Moursa is really sweet and she walks good on a
leash. She is very shy and will not allow you to touch her if you approach
she has to come to you and get to
know you in her own time. This is typical of dogs that have not
been properly socialized or have had some rough treatment and we just need
to have the time and patience to teach them to trust. Moursa being the pup
that she is can be destructive when not watched so she cannot be left home
alone unattended. Secure containment will help this too. This is a typical example of
people adopting dogs they don't have the time or experience for. Someone who is
around a lot - retired, works at home - would be great for this girl and wolfdog
experience would be a plus. Moursa must leave her current foster situation before an
accident with the senior woman happens. If you are interested in adopting [or
fostering] this sweet sable girl, please contact Danna
firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as possible. An
Adoption Application and a Home Visit are required. Please help this sweet
Time running out ... Needs home by April! Apache Junction, Arizona
(outside Phoenix) - This beautiful White Shepherd/Malamute 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 moving to a small apartment and wants a good life for Phoenix. Such a big boy
needs a large 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 but she can't keep up with his size and energy, so she does not want to play. It's also unfair
for her as she may get injured in rough play. Phoenix is ok with the small dogs at the dog park but we
will not adopt him into a home with little dogs, cats or small children. He walks pretty well on
leash, and off leash it takes some psychology to leash him up again (ignoring him he will come up to
you). He actually does very well on hikes in the woods and stays close, and is leashed up again before getting to the trailhead. Phoenix is house-trained and well behaved
while someone is at home, but does have separation anxiety if left home alone for too many hours. He
does much better when left out in the yard, and always better with another dog for companionship. He
will let you know when he has to go out for potty, sleeps in owner's bedroom (not allowed to roam the
house at night), 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. Does not like 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 who had time for him a wonderful companion.He needs to
find a home by April before owner moves. Let's help Phoenix find a nice home - maybe
in the Sierra where it is cool and he can run in the forests. Please contact Pamela Jo at PamelaJoWolflady2@sbcglobal.net