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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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 Dogs for Adoption  
Adoption pending Jacksonville, FL - This beautiful 5-1/2 y/o neutered, white Malamute/GSD may have some wolf content (low content) and needs a home right away. Owners are expecting a baby early October and they don't feel comfortable with Koda being around toddlers. They want Koda out before baby arrives. They have had Koda since 5 weeks of age and Koda is very bonded to them, so will need a period of adjustment in a new home. Koda weighs about 70 lbs. and is up to date on vaccinations as well as being microchipped. Koda is usually very friendly with dogs similar in size and breed, however he can be a bit of a bully sometimes with timid dogs. He is also incredibly energetic and can play for hours with no sign of wearing out, so best with young, large dogs of similar energy. Koda will not be adopted into a home with small dogs, cats or children. This beautiful and sweet boy is great on leash. When allowed to walk freely he walks briskly up ahead, stops and sniffs everything. Upon command “heel”  he walks perfectly alongside until allowed to walk freely again  (“free dog” command). He also loves exercise and will run with us while we ride a bicycle slowly or will pull us on a skateboard. Koda is well behaved indoors and owners have a bell on back door which he will ring whenever he needs to go outside. He is a counter surfer and will get any food left around without hesitation. Koda can jump incredibly high so 7' fencing is required. He has had many hours of training, knows Sit, Stay, Lay, Speak, "inside voice," Pray, Crawl, and Roll Over (with both voice and hand signals). Koda has no food aggression with owners (they can pet him while eating) but he is resource protective with strangers so patience, training and respect is needed in his new home (thus no children). Koda can be told to "leave it" and he will back away. If with other dogs best to be fed separately. He does not like to be stepped over while resting and will bite reactively, but can be asked to move. Koda loves to ride in cars but for short distances. He is kennel trained for those times when you have to leave him home alone as he has separation anxiety. He loves attention! Since Koda hikes 3 miles a day he will be best in a home that is already very active outdoors, works at home (or retired) and with escape-proof containment 7' Fencing). Koda has bitten before and it is very important that his new owners know this and understand his triggers/signals to insure his [and peoples'] safety so that he is not put in a position to fail. He is very loyal and has been an honor to have in their lives -  he needs a very special home. The ideal home would be with someone who could be the leader to Koda and give him the structure he needs, providing him with boundaries, consistency and love. If you feel you have the experience, lifestyle and containment for this wonderful beautyboy, please call Pamela at (775) 833-2066  PamelaJoWolflady2@sbcglobal.net  or Lauren at lecrislip@gmail.com   An application and Home Visit are required. Transportation is available and we would like to adopt Koda within a day's drive to avoid any undue stress on this pup. His time is running out ... 


Ojai, CA - Owner can't keep - This beautiful German Shepherd/Malamute is named Moki and she is only 9 months old. She weighs about 55 lbs but is still intact. She will be spayed before adoption as it is perfect timing for that now. Moki is up to date on vaccinations. Moki loves to play with the dogs at the beach running fee. She just needs a little more work on recall. She is also good with owner's Pomeranian but we usually don't adopt big dogs into homes with little dogs to prevent any injuries while playing. She has thus far ignored cats that ignore her. She pulls on leash and needs some doggie classes for this. Moki is housetrained and well behaved indoors and likes to play wherever she is. She likes to dig in the yard, and knows Sit, Come, Stay, Lay. She is friendly and has no food/resource protection with people or dogs but for some reason she stays away from tall, dark, long-haired men. She likes to herd people and kids so may be a good ranch dog with proper training. Moki is great with owner's 2 1/2 yr/old grandson, loves kids but respectful. Moki rides well in the car and does not have any separation anxiety. Moki needs a new home right away as owner moving. This girl is very adoptable and so sweet and gorgeous, please contact Kim Kahl kimkahl@dukewarner.com  time is of the essence  
Beaverton, Oregon - Atlas is an awesome big Malamute/Shepherd mix who will be 3 yrs old Oct. 8. He has beautiful coloring, is neutered, chipped and up to date on his vaccines. Atlas does well with other large-breed dogs but prefers females. He knows many basic commands as well as the hand signals that go along with those commands and has good recall unless there is something better to do (typical of the breed), so still needs work on that. Atlas is awesome on leash and walks on a loose leash with no pulling ... he also stops and sits at corners before crossing streets. Atlas will not be placed where there are children (he is afraid of them) nor where there are cats. He is a good natured and sweet dog who is very sensitive and intelligent with no aggressive tendencies. We are looking for someone very active for Atlas's new mom or dad. He has grown up in the climbing community going on lots of rock-climbing adventures. He is very much loved by his mom but she works and travels too much to give him the life she feels he wants and needs. If you are looking for a wonderful big dog to enjoy many outdoor adventures with, please contact Kim at kimkahl@dukewarner.com and I'll send you an adoption application. You can also call or text me at 541-480-1662. Let's find this pretty boy a great home!
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