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6,795 Mastiff Dogs have been adopted on Rescue Me!
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|Rescue Me ID: 17-10-08-00310Mack (male)|
Fairfield County Easton, CT MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 16-06-08-00512Bennie (male)|
We think Bennie is a Mastiff/Lab mix. He is very sweet and loving. He has been temperament tested with multiple dogs and he did great! He is between 1-2 years old and so far has been a dream! His foster says he walks well on a leash and pulls just a little bit. We think he is about 100lbs. He is NOT in CT due to the lack of fosters in the area. He is currently in TX. If you would consider adopting this dog from Transport then please email us. Thank you for choosing to adopt a rescue dog!! The adoption fee includes the transport fee and health certificate and we transport dogs to CT every two weeks.
Tess K9 Rescue
Hartford County East Hartford, CT MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 15-09-02-00390Giovanni (male)|
Our gorgeous guy Giovanni is doing GREAT! He's becoming increasingly relaxed and comfortable with Ray and Kelly, and we just LOVE seeing Gio's smile! Gio is used to living in a home. He's house trained and crate trained, and gets along with just about everyone - other dogs, children, and even kitties! He is cautious of men when he first meets them. He bonded with Kelly quickly, and is feeling more safe and secure with Ray with each passing day. After only about two weeks he is comfortable giving Ray kisses and rolling over for a good belly scratch. YAY GIO! Clearly from these pictures he is enjoying himself - both relaxing indoors, and out of doors with one of Ray's personal dogs, Hammie. Gio has considerable arthritis in his hind legs as well as old injuries to his rear ACLs. He saw our vet recently, who evaluated the condition and recommended that it be treated medically with periodic re-evaluations. He is taking anti-inflammatory medication, as well as a glucosamine supplement and is doing well with that medical support. That being said, Gio still needs exercise and our vet feels that with a moderate increase in exercise and resulting better muscle tone, his ease of movement may improve considerably. Gio is a big guy :) He is learning to walk nicely on a leash and getting a brush up course in good doggy manners. He'll need a little more time to relax in his foster home before we finalize an adoption. However, we are currently accepting adoption applications for Gio. (Less)
Furry Friends Foster and Rescue Inc
New Haven County Milford, CT 06460 MAP IT!
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|PIease Read Before Adopting a Mastiff in Connecticut|
Mastiff Dogs can make good pets in Connecticut if they match your IifestyIe. The Old English Mastiff is a massive breed. Mastiffs are very gentle toward their families. This is an intelligent, protective breed that makes a good guard dog but is unlikely to attack unless severely provoked. Mastiffs behave well with children but should be watched with little ones because of their large size. Mastiffs need gentle training and socialization from an early age. Mastiffs can live in an apartment or a home with a small yard.
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