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Ricky is a 4-year-old Boston/rat terrier mix. He lived in several different homes (through no fault of his own) before we took him in to foster. He is well-mannered, smart, and will let you know when he wants to play.
As we have senior dogs, Ricky could use a home with a younger, playful mate. He gets along with other dogs and has lived with a cat. Unsure how he does with little kids.
Ricky is up-to-date on his shots, neutered, and microchipped. He enjoys unwinding in his teddy bear bed and snuggling under the blankets.

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Leo is a 3 year old rat terrier blue heeler mix. I got him when he was 7 weeks old in 2020. Leo loves to play with his ball. I have never seen a dog that loves to play with a ball as much as him. Leo is a very happy dog and loves getting affection and cuddles. Once he warms up to you he would be by your side all the time. It may take him some time to warm up but once he does he will be your best friend. Leo does have some food aggression and has nipped in the past. Healers are know for there temperament but he does show warring if he wants to be left alone. Because of that he would need to go into a home with no young children. He would need someone that would have the time to really work with him. I have worked a little on kennel training and he would do well if worked with more. Leo has so much potential to be an amazing dog if match with the right owner!!

Jayden Elyse

Jayden is a sweet pup with basic house and obedience training including crate training. She is very high energy, curious, and eager to learn new tricks.
Her favorite games are tug, fetch, and chase, and she loves a good squeaky toy. I think she would do best in a single person household, preferably someone who woks from home and has lots of time and energy to dedicate to training and entertaining her. Jayden does struggle with reactivity, separation anxiety, resource guarding, and fear-based aggression. We have been working with her vet and a behavioral vet to develop a behavioral modification plan which currently includes anti-anxiety medications. I know that she will be the perfect companion for someone with time and dedication to help conquer her fears and I want to find her a forever home where all of her needs are met.

***Home To Home is a platform that connects people looking to rehome or foster their pets with interested adopters or fosters. The pets featured are not animals at Montgomery County Animal Services and Adoption Center (MCASAC) and require direct communication with their caregivers through Home To Home. It is the responsibility of the individuals who express interest in a particular pet listed on these pages to obtain and verify information about the pet’s medical, behavior, and bite history. All information contained in the pets’ description page has been provided by their caregiver. MCASAC does not verify the accuracy of the information provided. Animals posted to this site should not have rehoming or fostering fees. If fees are requested, please reach out to us.***

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