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|Animal ID: C15-988Cooper (male)|
This amazing canine is Cooper, a 3 yr old Boxer/Husky mix. Cooper is super affectionate and prefers cuddling on the sofa over lounging on the floor. He knows sit and shake and is very alert and aware of his surroundings at all times. Cooper does get along with other dogs but we are unsure if he gets along with felines.
Humane Society of Seneca County
2811 South State Route 100
Seneca County Tiffin, OH 44883 MAP IT!
|Urgent: This animal could be euthanized if not adopted soon.|
|Animal ID: URGENTTyler (male)|
URGENT POST: The Border Collie/Husky mix pictured here, with his friend that the family is keeping, is going to be euthanized on or before the end of this month, Jan. 2016. His name is Tyler he was adopted at age 1 in 2007 he has lived with this family for 8 years. They let him roam the neighborhood during those years. Something happened between him and the postman recently. He bit the back of the postman's leg and the post office called the police the owner was ticketed for her dog running loose according to the leash law. This dog was not sighted as being a vicious animal nor was his life called for by the authorities. The post office then contacted the woman's home insurance and sued for damages. The insurance company will not renew the owner's homeowner insurance which is due on Feb 1st unless they pay for a liability policy for the dog. This is all information provided to me by the owner of Tyler. The owner is unwilling to pay the extra premium and stated to me that people are more important then dogs and so is money. If I don't solve their problem in a few days they will kill the dog. I talked with them at length, gave them alternatives, asked if they had any family members or friends that would adopt the dog or even just foster him until I could get help for him but they do not care, they just want the dog gone. The last dog in their care was a Chow mix and they killed him 'had him put to sleep' due to what they term aggressive behavior. The other dog in the picture they are keeping and will kill it too if it bites a person. these are the facts told to me by the owner. Tyler needs either an adopter or a foster home and he needs it now. If you or someone you know can help Tyler then contact ISBCR at 330-862-0307. I don't want to see anything be killed because of human error, irresponsibility and just plain heartlessness. Money is the only thing between this dog living or dying as per the facts stated, however you can be assured if you paid for the dog's liability insurance policy this family still would not stop with their endeavor to be rid of this dog, that was one of my alternatives offered. I know people all too well from 35 years of dealing with them and their 'problems' with paws. They never own the problem, they never have an alternative, they never except the responsibility of their own actions, never even try to solve the problems of their own making.They just dump them on someone else, a Rescue, the pound, the humane society or part with the $60 to kill by lethal injection. If you can help save Tyler's life by giving him a home or being his foster then call 330-862-0307. I thank roo for him. (Less)
OAIC, Inc. Indian Summers
Stark County MINERVA, OH 44657 MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 15-11-25-00375Floppy (female)|
FLOPPY *** AVAILABLE *** F, 11 m/o, 45 lbs Alaskan Husky mix Spayed Floppy has all the energy of a puppy barely a year old! She's a very playful, highly energetic Alaskan Husky mix who enjoys running and wrestling around with other dogs. She definitely needs some wide open spaces to play and frolic and works well with energetic dogs and humans. She has an adorable slight tilt to her head when she runs stemming from an injury she sustained a long time ago as a puppy. But none of that stops her energy and goofiness and yet she'll curl up next to you on the couch when she finally poops out. Floppy plays well with dogs and humans including groups of teenagers. Recently, she's learned to stay within the Invisible Fence at her foster's house! As with all ex-shelter dogs, Foppy will need you to be patient and teach her potty and basic manners at her new home as she's still a puppy! Do you have good sized yard and a patient home you can give Floppy furever? HISTORY Floppy on her last day at the shelter (PTS deadline) when we rescued her. Owner surrenders are normally only given 24 hours hold at this shelter, sometimes less. At the time we pulled her, she was very thin and suffering from deep demodex mange lesions on her face, ears, and paws. Through veterinarian and medical foster care, the heavy lesions cleared up, she gained an appropriate weight, and started to get her strength back. ADOPTION Our adoptable pups are up to date on shots, spayed/neutered, and vetted and medicated as needed! Please contact us if you are interested in adoption! :) (Less)
Oshie's Tail Wagon Rescue & Transport
Geauga County Burton, OH 44021 MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 15-11-11-00654Kobe (male)|
Born: 5/13/10. Kobe is a purebred Siberian Husky, unfortunately no pedigree available. Kobe is a tall male, on the lean size (50 lbs.), but his hair makes him look muscular. Kobe has the most pleasant amber colored eyes. He has been neutered, is current on all vaccinations, with heartworm and flea medication given monthly, and is in perfect health. Kobe is an amazing companion. He has lived both in a single dog home (college) and with the couples' Alaskan Malamute. Kobe loves to be part of a pack. It is where he finds the most comfort. Kobe deals/has dealt with anxiety issues. He would place well in a single dog home or multi-dog home (**with land and with correct introductions and warm-ups). Kobe's owners are seeking placement due to the addition of a child into the home, causing tensions between Kobe and the couples' Malamute. Kobe bonded strongly with the child; he felt he needed to protect; nonetheless, it is believed Kobe will place best in a home where the youngest children are high school age. He is house broken (can go 8+ hours during the work day - blocked in the kitchen on tile floor), but does have the occasional urination issue. Kobe has no issues with digging or chewing. He does occasionally snip if caught off-guard. However, his triggers can be limited. Kobe has received numerous professional obedience training which has helped his anxiety. Additional training at the time of placement is highly suggested. Kobe loves to walk. He wears a pincher collar which tames his desire to pull and makes him great as an exercise partner. Please contact Kobe's owners directly at (216) 789-4377 or firstname.lastname@example.org. His owners are looking for a forever home for their boy. (Less)
Maggie's Mission Horse & Dog Rescue
Medina County Sharon Center, OH MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 15-10-28-00481Shasta (female)|
Princess Shasta was rescued from a shelter, along with her puppies, who have all been adopted, and yet, she is still waiting for her furever home. Shasta is an 18 month old Siberian Husky, piebald in coloring, she is housebroken, loves to give kisses to her human friends, and gets along with other dogs, doesn't mind cats and is excellent with children. Shasta walks well on a leash, loves to play with toys and to cuddle up close. As a Husky, she is high energy dog, and will need exercised often. Shasta has been spayed and microchipped, and she is current on her shots, has been wormed and is heartworm negative. Shasta was surrendered to a shelter by her owners, for killing the chickens, therefore she cannot be adopted to a home with chickens, she will require a secure fenced in yard with a minimum fence height of 5ft, please do not ask us to deviate from this, as Shasta does enjoying a good run! Shasta's adoption donation is $250.00 All of our Royal's are spayed or neutered, brought current on all shots, including rabies and bordetella, heartworm tested, wormed, microchipped and receive a dental if needed. An application must be completed, submitted and approved prior to meeting any of our Royal Prince and Princesses. A completed application does not guarantee adoption approval If interested in adopting into your family, please download an adoption application at our web site http://www.royaltydogrescue.com Royalty Dogs are in foster homes, we are not a facility. Please take the time to research the breed that you are interested in and thank you for considering a rescue dog! (Less)
Royalty Dog Rescue
828 N Walnut Street
Tuscarawas County Dover, OH 44622 MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 15-10-19-00722Baby (female)|
Baby's owner has had 2 surgeries that has caused him to move into an apartment that will not allow her to live with him. She is a people-person dog. Very affectionate. A lover! Her health is very good. She deserves to have a forever home.
Summit County Akron, OH MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 14-07-24-00441Koda (male)|
We rescued Koda from a family who no longer wanted him, in part, due to not knowing much about this breed and lack of training from a puppy to 1 year of age. Koda had been allowed to grow without anyone in the household to show dominance and provide him with the proper training. He is very intelligent and very trainable, but is very stubborn at times. He is also very prey driven and can be possessive so we do not recommend having him around small children. He gets along with female dogs but does not do well with other male dogs. He needs a strong alpha male presence that has the necessary time to train him properly with knowledge of Alaskan Malamutes. We are in the process of training him but due to our work schedules we cannot devote the amount of time needed for him. We are interested in providing a good home for him. Koda will do well in an environment where he has room to roam. If interested please call to discuss further. (Less)
Cuyahoga County Lakewood, OH 44107 MAP IT!
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|PIease Read Before Adopting a Siberian Husky in Ohio|
Siberian Husky Dogs can make good pets in Ohio if they match your IifestyIe. The Siberian Husky is a large Spitz-type dog with a history of being used as a sled dog. Despite its ancient genetics and wolf-like appearance, Huskies are extremely friendly, gentle family companions. Huskies do not make good guard dogs. They are wonderful with children. Huskies do not like to be left alone so it is a good idea to own two of them. Huskies are smart but stubborn; they need firm training but may still disregard commands. Huskies should be socialized with other pets when they are puppies. Huskies need acreage on which to roam and should be sheltered from hot temperatures.
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