Agnes is a two year old female being fostered in Nebraska.
There is zero chance that young Zizou won’t steal your heart. At three years old and weighing in at 17 pounds, this darling boy is very friendly and has a real zest for life. His favorite activities include taking zippy walks in the woods and around the lake or zig-zagging throughout the city. He is good on a leash and does not bark at other dogs.
Izzy in CA
Twelve-year old Izzy gets along well with everyone (people, dogs and cats), and she is house, leash and crate trained. Being such a nice, good girl may have been the reason for all the extra treats she received. Her foster-to-adopt family is working with her to shed the extra pounds and being able to continue playing with her sister Sophie should encourage her to get back in shape. It looks like all lucked out: Sophie, Izzy and their forever family.
Twelve-year-old Sophie is a lucky dog, indeed. She will stay with her foster-to-adopt family where she gets to do what she loves best: being a good girl, loving her family and above all, staying together and playing with her sister Izzy. And getting treatment for her heart murmur and chronic ear infections is not too bad either!
Needs Continued Work/Training on Separation anxiety;
Sensitivity to grooming and handling some areas of his body
Leash reactivity and loose leash walking
Crate-Trained? - at night
Leash Trained but needs continued training
Needs another dog in the home
Ted is a ten-month-old fluffy ball of energy. He loves to play tug-of-war with his foster parents and is learning how to play fetch.
He has two foster doggy buddies that he gets along with well, and he loves a good game of rough and tumble. A family with a dog (or two!) that loves to play would be perfect for this very active guy.
Ted is a smart, loving, typical "velcro dog" Havanese, well maybe a little more velcro than some. Ted is learning that it is ok when people leave, they will be back.
He is also learning that grooming is a necessary evil in the life of a Havanese.
Ted's wish list definitely includes a home where his person is with him most of the time - preferably an experienced dog owner who is patient and willing to put in the time to train him.
He has learned many words and commands during his time in foster care [eg. Sit, Down, Wait, Gentle, Stay, Leave it, Take it, Drop it, Watch Me, Fetch, Gentle, Come, Inside, Out of the way], and with continued work, Ted will be a trusting, happy and dare we say brilliant pup!
Ted would also benefit from an active life, maybe dog agility or rally; he would love to take hikes with you and a buddy dog, followed by some good lap time. That would be Ted's ideal life.
Ted will continue working with his foster family on learning good doggie life skills to make sure he is ready to go to his furever home as a well-behaved young pup.
Ted is being fostered in Northern California.
A fee will be requested to adopt this dog. The recommended fee amount will be based on the dog's age, and medical and behavioral issues, if any.
A completed application is required if you are interested in adoption.
Thank you for considering a rescue dog!
Changing lives ... one Havanese at a time.