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|Rescue Me ID: 15-08-16-00028Maisie (female)|
My beautiful, smart and sweet 8 mo. old Belgian Shepherd Malinois and Dobie/Rottie mix puppy needs a good home. I got her when she was just over 2 months old and have highly socialized her with other people and dogs, as recommended for Malinois puppies. We have completed puppy kindergarten and puppy agility and have attended some puppy obedience classes. She does very well with other dogs at daycare and, while my cats were not amused with her puppy antics when she was younger, she is much calmer and respectful of the cats now and they get along well. I have agonized over this decision, but have come to realize that I just don't have the time and expertise necessary to raise a Malinois. She is high energy and needs someone with more time than I have to spend with her and someone familiar with training Malinois to ensure she becomes the awesome dog I know she can be. I'm heartbroken to be thinking of giving her up, but I don't think I'm the best owner for her as I'm not used to raising a more dominant breed. I previously owned a very submissive and docile Dobie/Rottweiler for 14 years and I'm finding that this is a different experience that I'm just not equipped for - both the energy level and the level of knowledge you need to possess to train a Malinois properly to respect you as their pack leader. Unfortunately, my job is fairly demanding and I feel that I've taken on more puppy than I can handle with my time constraints, so it's not fair to her. I'm hoping that someone out there, who is experienced with raising Malinois will see how beautiful she is and embrace the opportunity to continue training her and give her the chance she deserves, to grow into a wonderful, well-trained and beloved companion. I want to give her that chance while she is still young enough for someone to train her properly. Please contact me if you are interested and have experience with the Malinois breed. (Less)
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|Rescue Me ID: 15-03-20-00493Stryker (male)|
Hi! My name is Stryker and I am a big, sweet Doberman looking for my final forever home. Could that home be with you? I am currently safe in the rescue, which is nice and comfortable, but I sure would prefer a home and a family to call my own. I am a very sweet boy, and I get along with pretty much everyone. I do well kids and other dogs, but I'll pass on having cats around. I have a lot of love to give, and would love to go to a family that wants me to spend the rest of my life knowing what it feels like to be loved, safe, and protected. I do have a heart murmur, but I do not let that slow me down much. If you are willing to give me a chance, I will give you all my love in return! I love to play catch with humans, and pretty much any other game that involves my tennis ball. I have done really well in play groups with various other dogs. My favorite thing to do is put my face in your lap and stare lovingly at you all day. I am definitely an affectionate, lovable dog. I am not neutered due to my heart condition, but the Rescue is considering other options on how to go about that. One possibility is chemical neutering. I will likely be altered before I am adopted. I am micro-chipped and up to date on all my vaccinations. My adoption fee is $275. If you think you might have the right home for me, please visit the Valhalla Canine Rescue website at www.valhallarescue.org/ourdogs/adoptable and fill out an adoption application. My adoption fee allows Valhalla Rescue to continue to provide care and medical treatment (including spay/neuter services) for dogs like me while we look for our forever homes. This fee also helps cover the ongoing costs of caring for less adoptable dogs who require longer stays in the shelter, or more advanced medical treatment before finding their forever homes. THANK YOU FOR SAVING THE LIFE OF A RESCUE DOG! (Less)
Valhalla Canine Rescue
Lewis County Winlock, WA 98596 MAP IT!
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Doberman Pinscher Dogs can make good pets in Washington if they match your IifestyIe. The Doberman Pinscher is a powerful guard dog. Dobermans are protective, but are not vicious dogs; their reputation for aggression is undeserved. Doberman Pinschers that are properly trained and socialized are very gentle family companions.
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