Toby is a very active girl who loves cuddles. If there I a human available she will be all in their space trying to get some love. She has been with us since she was a baby and we have 2 male dogs and a small child who she does great with! She can get a little jealous when a female dog is around and does take a little to warm up. She knows basic commands but cannot be off leash. She is a flight risk and will take any opportunity to run away. She can also jump fences. She would benefit from some serious training which we cannot provide due to finances/time. We love this dog but without proper training she is not a great fit as she will not listen if a critter catches her attention. We live close to a Main Street and have had several instances where she ran into incoming traffic after jumping our back yard fence which we can no longer deal with for her own safety. She is up to date on all vaccines and in overall great health. She never has accidents inside and will bark if she needs to go out. She would do best with an active family with maybe older kids that can give her a lot of love, activity, and that can financially afford training.
We acquired Ellie through our local adoption/shelter center. She is a two year old golden retriever mix with a sweet deposition and personality. Ellie enjoys outside time, couch time, and snuggles. She is very shy but very loving. She loves to receive physical touch like pets, belly rubs, and hugs. She is good around children and adult male and females. She is not food or item aggressive. She is good with other medium/larger dogs. She needs a home where she will receive attention and love. She would best benefits from a home that does not have small dogs because she thinks she is smaller then she is. She needs a little more attention and play time but will love you nevertheless.
Very hyper dog, loves to play, and be cuddled. Needs a lot of attention and loves being by you all the time. Very loving and sweet dog just needs someone who has the time to play with him.
Me and my fiancé have had Liam for about a year and a half now and have loved every second with him. Unfortunately though, with us both starting new jobs, we just can’t give him the attention and time he deserves.
Liam is a very loving and sweet boy. He doesn’t really attack anybody. The most he’ll do is bark. While most of the pictures are of him lying down, he does have a lot of puppy dog energy. He loves having a big yard or space to run around in, and once he runs his energy out, he’s chill as can be. He loves snuggling up on people. He’s also house-trained. It is very rare for him to have an accident. He holds it as long as possible until we walk him.
The fact is he deserves a home where his owners can spend time with him and play with him, or just to chill and keep an eye on him. He does like to chew on things, so you have to watch out for that, but as long as he has a chewtoy and doesn’t have access to anything when no one’s looking, he’s good. And it’s only bad because we have to keep him in a crate most of the time. That’s why we need someone to take him who can give him the love and care he deserves. We love him, and that’s why we have to let him go.
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