Ru is a happy loving dog with high energy and the beginnings of manners. Unfortunately, we have multiple pets and she requires more one on one devotion. After we had our child she has been jealous and using the bathroom in the house and chewing up anything she can find. I know she will be a good dog for someone, but she would do better as the only pet for a family. She’s great with kids; never bites. Will grab food any chance she can get an likes to get into trash if left unattended. Has her full 1 year shots and will be 1 at the end of November.
Her name is Charli, she’s a German Shepherd mix (Australian Cattle Dog, Rottweiler, Pitbull). She turns 2 in December, is up to date on all shots and is spayed. We adopted her from a rescue that cannot take her back.
She has a dominant personality and very skittish/insecure. She’s fearful of everything to the point where she pees, does not do well on walks, and has shown signs of fear aggression. She’s potty trained and crate trained. She’s not destructive if left alone. I don’t know a lot about her history (she was 1-2 months old when rescued, 10-12 weeks when we adopted), but she does suck on blankets for comfort. She does ok with our older dog, but has instigated fights and would probably be better off in a single-dog home. Slow to warm up to people, but loves to play fetch and is the best way to get her to warm up to you. She needs training. We are rehoming her due to her aggression towards our 4 year old. She has bitten him unprovoked. She is a sweet girl once you gain her trust but is better suited in a home without small children and preferably no other dogs. Someone who has the time/resources to help rehab her. I do not want her to end up in a shelter because the likelihood of her being euthanized due to her fear is high.
Tank is 2 years old.
Purebred Rottweiler. (No papers)
He has been around children, but plays too hard with them.
Tank is a very loving dog, wants a lot of attention and needs to be trained.
We bought Tank and his brother together and the two dogs are too much for us to spend enough time with them due to our busy lifestyle. (We should have only bought one.)
Tank will be a very good pet for someone willing to spend time to train him.
We need to know he is going to a good home. We are not in a hurry to get rid of him and willing to wait until someone who will love him comes along.
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He is a really good dog I just can’t have him is so sweet.
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