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|Animal ID: princessprincess (female)|
Princess is a 10 year old mini poodle. she is very sweet and loves kids, cats, and dogs. she is well behaved and loves to be carried. she would do best in a home with a doggie door or a house where she can go potty alot. she is spayed, microchiped, and up to date on shots. her adoption fee is $125.
Marion Animal Care and Control
1021 East State Road 18
Grant County Marion, IN 46952 MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 16-06-14-00530Bubba (male)|
AS OF THIS AFTERNOON, I HAVE RECEIVED OVER 30 EMAILS AND 10 VOICEMAILS AND IT WILL TAKE TIME TO GO THROUGH. I AM ONLY LEAVING THIS UP FOR THOSE WHO HAVE CONTACTED ME.. I WILL TRY TO RETURN EMAILS AND PHONE CALLS AND PICK SOMEONE ASAP BUT PLEASE TO OTHERS... NO MORE CALLS OR EMAILS...WHAT A WONDERFUL GROUP OF PEOPLE.. THANK YOU Bubba is 1 yr plus 9 mo old. Neutered and utd on all shots. He is fully grown at 10 pounds, his hair is very very soft curly like his poodle mother (5 1/2 lbs) but he favors the maltese father (4 1/2 lbs). Tri-colored inhereited from poodle. I arranged to get Bubba from a breeder I investigated in Arkansas. I had an apt. waiting (have MS and needed an elevator bldg) for me and bubba was to arrive one week after move in (mid Dec 2014) BUT at last minute, complex changed my unit to one without balcony. Bubba quickly trained on grass or pads in my restroom but I bought out my lease to get into a place with a nice large patio. Move there 7/15....Bubba walks a tad too fast as his walks with me are when I'm on a scooter but he stays well to left and never has a issue. Very important is that I stay frequently at daughter/son-in-law's very large home. With Daughter's work issues and then health issues, I ended up almost living there (except weekends) from 9/15 or so to January, 2016 and they have two dogs and huge fenced backyard.. Bubba seemed to go into depression when we went home for weekends so much so that kids asked if Bubba could just live there since I would see him so much anyway. He loves his pitbull brother and yorkichon sister... plus got along pretty well with 2 and 3 year old toddlers.. ONly issue was a big tail pull that created a snap? Important thing to know though about my dog is that he has an emotional bladder. This is not something medical. Basically, if excited to see someone he hasn't seen for a while (inside home), he will tinkle a tiny bit and then seems to not even know he did it. Also the emotional bladder will happen when in fear... Best example is my kids had lots of company and new people approaching him in his home the wrong way (two hands going down to this tiny dog), he will tinkle.. but this is only when in his own home or mine...He never does this on the occasions his Dad (my son-in-law) for example comes home from work.. he simply jumps happily like the yorkichon. He does have a talkative bark... It is not a bark for alert but more of a talk he tries to have to get attention (not loud like mowl, mowl, mowl... ),, unitl petted. I think Bubba is a great lap dog but has clearly demonstrated a preference for a larger place than apartment and a backyard or walks which he loves. What has happened is that I had a pre-arranged stay for Florida that was saved for years and prepaid for 8/1 - 9/30 this year as I may need to move.. Then as bubba was now staying 100% of time with Daughter/Son-in-law, he got a job in Jacksonville, FL (5 hours from where i was to be). Because they have a pitbull, they cannot rent any home and had to take an apartment in one of only two company run large complexes in a 5 county area that will allow their pitbull. Worst news of all was that they cannot have but 2 dogs. This leaves me with nowhere for my Bubba for a total of 5 months due to my first trip and then a promise to stay with them in Jax as my daughter is giving birth in October.... Bubba will be a great lap dog but he really needs either a single person who can be with him and walk and play with him constantly or a large home with a family.. He can be with either a boy or girl dog as proven by his history. He seems to like the little kids but mostly if they'll throw a ball to him.. the only reason I don't want to set up fostering for him is that he has been through two very major different living situations and already misses my daughter and family deeply as he is back with me in apt. (my lease is up 7/15)....I do not want to only foster him, have him fall in love with foster family, then take him away yet again? I want what is best for bubba. I don't want any money but hope anyone who would want him will work with me to get him to you as I could fly him but would rather donate that money to this organization. Lastly, Bubba knows sit and stay, plus fetch and return (and he could do that all day)..... (Less)
Hamilton County Fishers, IN MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 16-06-02-00215Georgia (female)|
Georgia and Tallulah came from the same property in the same condition. Scared and shut down, untrusting of humans, fearful of the world. Georgia has been in a long time ATTR foster home and has made remarkable strides. Given proper time and space to learn to trust, Georgia is actually happy when she is with her foster mom. Another dog in the home will be needed for Georgia to be okay in her adoptive home. It is what she knows and trusts. We are looking for a forever family that will give her the time and space to create a bond. We do have some programs, and tips on how to make the transition into a forever home of her own. Tallulah is in the process now of getting to know a potential forever home and we are hoping to soon find some family to be this for Georgia. Alsip To The Rescue (ATTR) strives as a rescue to make sure that when our adopters take home their new rescue they feel they have the support and access to all resources which ATTR can provide. If you want to learn how you can set your new rescue up to succeed and blend in with your family come to our Meet The Trainer sessions each weekend. We will give you tips on what to do when you first bring home a new rescue. Fill out an application in the Get Involved section to meet our rescues. www.alsiptotherescue.org! (Less)
Alsip To The Rescue
10255 Wicker Avenue
Lake County St John, IN 46373 MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 16-05-01-00112Tito (male)|
Tito is a young male Bichon mix. He is a very sweet little guy with tons of personality. We want to find a foster home to work for a bit with us to work out a bit of quirky personality. He is a bit slow to trust new people and wants to run the show all at the same time. That is a lot for this little one to handle. We have had great success with some other rescues with similar issues and are excited to find someone to work with Tito so he can find his forever home. If you have a love for the breed this will be a great way to give back. Fill out an application online at www.alsiptotherescue.org to meet Tito as he is not on the adoption floor. Alsip To The Rescue (ATTR) strives as a rescue to make sure that when our adopters take home their new rescue they feel they have the support and access to all resources which ATTR can provide. If you want to learn how you can set your new rescue up to succeed and blend in with your family come to our Meet The Trainer sessions each weekend. We will give you tips on what to do when you first bring home a new rescue. Saturday at Noon in St John and Sunday at Noon in Frankfort are free Meet The Trainer sessions with more free sessions to be added during the week soon. www.alsiptotherescue.org (Less)
Alsip To The Rescue
10255 Wicker Avenue
Lake County St John, IN 46373 MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 16-04-29-00436Reid (male)|
Meet Reid. Oh my is this a cute little guy. He is a 1-year-old dachshund mix. His original owners were told he was part poodle. We kind of think he looks like a yorkie mix. Perhaps he is 1/2 doxie, 1/2 poodle/yorkie. The end result is that he is super cute and has hair that grows long and needs regular grooming. He is sporting the sleek look with blond tufts on top for his current look. Reid is always a little bashful when meeting new people and new things.He kind of just hangs out in the background doing his own thing until he is ready to say hi. Once he has gotten past his initial shyness, he's a regular guy wanting regular attention and the opportunity for zoomies. Reid is great with other dogs. He's very playful and silly. He has also lived with an infant, kind of growing up together. He's wonderful with kids who give him that space he needs initially. He's never ever bitey; he just wants to take things slow. Reid is neutered, up to date on shots, heartworm negative, and microchipped. He is solidly housebroken and crate trained too. If you would like to give Reid a forever home please complete an application on our website at www.pawswapofgreaterlafayette.com/adopting. This is the first step of the adoption process and required prior to a meet and greet. Reid's adoption fee is $175. (Less)
PawSwaP of Greater Lafayette
Tippecanoe County Lafayette, IN MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 15-01-18-00437Caesar (male)|
Caesar is a good dog! He needs a home where someone will be around more to take care of him or he might pee in the house. He is very much a lap dog, is very loyal and loving and loves to take walks. He would do well in a home where someone is around most of the time.
Hamilton County Fishers, IN 46037 MAP IT!
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Poodle Dogs can make good pets in Indiana if they match your IifestyIe. Poodles come in several different varieties which are classified based on size. Generally, smaller Poodle varieties tend to be more hyperactive while larger Poodles are more mellow. Poodles love people and are good with children and other dogs. Poodles are easy to train. This breed can live in an apartment with enough daily exercise.
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