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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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VERY URGENT! PLEASE HELP SADIE! NEEEDS HOME ASAP! Sadie is a beautiful creamy-white 8-year-old, spayed female Husky/wolfdog. She is not very big, about 45 lbs. now but at her perfect weight she is 55lbs. Her coat is luxurious and soft, she is curious and when she is happy and comfortable she is beautifully housetrained. At Lake Tahoe Wolf Rescue she played with her male canine companion, Muraco, and loved being with him. Sadie is very shy with certain men so we are looking for a single woman who is calm, patient and understands sweet Sadie. Once she gets to know you she will allow you to pet her and put a harness on her and soon she will want cuddles, brushing and lots of affection. A woman who is self employed, works at home or retired would be perfect for this beautygirl. If you have an older male companion for her to hang with that would be ok too. In September 2013 Sadie tore both her ACLs and is healing nicely, but she cannot roughhouse with a young and playful canine companion or take very long hikes. She is fine if left alone in the yard or deck for a few hours. Sadie is shy with new people while out walking but will go up for a sniff and greet. Indoors she is curious and will sometimes come up to visitors and hang out close by and if you are lucky, she will allow newcomers to pet her. She walks nicely on a leash/harness and loves to go for hikes in the woods and creeks where she is most comfortable, relaxed and happy. She loves our picnics and she often takes a nap. With a patient and calm handler she responds very well. It would take about 3 weeks for Sadie to settle in at a new home with real adjustment in a few months. With a regular routine she becomes more and more comfortable every day and is very well behaved albeit a bit nervous with loud noises, shouting, and quick movements. Sadie is fine with kids that are calm and allow her to approach them, and she is very curious with our 11-year-old grandson. She lets him brush her as well as leash and walk her... but we will adopt Sadie into a home without small children, small dogs or cats - i.e. a calm and quite environment. She is much more comfortable with women, but ok with calm, gentle men (she has a male dogsitter!). She is be good with other dogs when introduced properly on a walk. She would not be happy in an environment with a dominant female. We need to find a home for Sadie right away as her Foster Mom has left for Europe. It would be nice for her to have a home with another woman who loves her like her Foster Mom does. Sadie loves to come inside and be with you especially in the evenings to watch TV and likes to have someone around a lot. Sadie LOVES to watch wolves on TV! Presently she sleeps in the bedroom all night and is allowed to come and go to a deck through a slider. Sadie needs a secure fenced yard and the option to sleep in or outdoors, and would love a doggie door! A patient and gentle owner would make milestones with this sweetie. Sadie is submissive with humans and is not aggressive at all but runs away from you when anxious or scared so she is an escape risk for the first few months until she settles in. She loved to play with her boyfriend and is very energetic for a 9 year old, but with her bad knees she will not be allowed to run and play rough ever again. She can have an older male companion who is calm and could just keep her company. SADIE NEEDS A PERMANENT HOME NOW! If you are interested in meeting Sadie at Lake Tahoe, give Pamela Jo a call at (775) 833-2066 or email her at PamelaJoWolflady@yahoo.com   
    Here is a short video ... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GjEC0Nu_owQ   lying in grass getting belly rubs from Foster Mom. Here is another video showing how anxious Sadie is when the husband is in the house  ... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oIjZSG9mH6E&feature=em-upload_owner&noredirect=1
Very Urgent - Venice, CA - Laska is currently in a foster home but they cannot keep her any longer! Laska is a beautiful white and grey, 12-month-old female Husky/GSD. About 60lbs, and at 25 inches at the shoulder she is sweet as sugar, loves belly rubs and will hook onto you with her cat like paws for more affection. Laska is the white and grey girl on the right. She is a cuddly girl who loves being petted, and will lean on your for more ear rubs. When not playing, she is a quiet, relaxed girl content to be curled up on a couch or dog bed. Laska is not needy and is comfortable with her own space and is quite independent, but also enjoys her humans. While she is not crated in her current foster home, she will willingly go into a crate and could easily be crated for bedtime if desired. Laska does well with males and is eager to play. She does best with a large, dominant male dog as she tends to be pushy if the male is submissive so we are hoping to find a home with a big boy for her to play with. She should not go to a home with another female or one with small dogs or cats or any prey animals. She has met several dogs on her walks and does well with proper introductions. Newly rescued from a shelter as a stray, she is learning her manners and doing so well! She walks well on a leash but likes to explore and sniff everything. She is still a puppy so chewing things is still very fun for her and a wary eye on what you leave lying around is recommended! Laska does have issues with food - she will counter surf if food is left out, and if given a treat to chew on will not always willingly give it back. Behavior modification has already begun in her foster home and she is doing so good ... continued training is recommended. She should be fed separately from other dogs and her new parents will need to continue to work with her teaching her to trust when it comes to food. We think she may have been starving a while on the streets becasue she was very thin when rescued. She is eating like a horse now and starting to look even more beautiful! Laska can only go to a home with strong, escape-proof containment as it is likely she is an escape artist and is very smart. She is quite lithe and athletic! 7' fencing is recommended unless you have an overhang on 6' fencing. She is spayed and up to date on all her vaccinations. She would be a wonderful, loving addition to any home that is experienced with wolfdogs and northern breeds. If you think you can give this lovely girl a forever home, please contact Pamela Jo as soon as possible! PamelaJoWolflady@yahoo.com Transport help is available.
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