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|Rescue Me ID: 15-08-31-00784Tiberius (male)|
Ty is a great pet, very loving. We have had him since he was about eight months old. We rescued him from a fighting ring, they were using him as a bait dog. Over the last few months his ptsd has gotten the best of him and he has become aggressive. He is apart of our family but we ha e children and cannot take the chance that he may bite my wife or children again. He needs a good, loving home and room to run.
Marion County Salem, OR MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 15-08-12-00815Shiva (female)|
1.5 years old English Mastiff/St Bernard dog. Very dedicated to her person, she needs someone that can give her the time she deserves and a consistent home life. True mastiff temperament, very protective and has no experience with children. Good with most dogs, but not larger females. She has bit while 'protecting' her person. She needs a kind firm person to teach her how to fit in.
Columbia County St Helens, OR 97051 MAP IT!
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|Rescue Me ID: 15-08-04-00501MAXIMUS (male)|
Need a buddy? Well 2 year old MAX, a strikingly handsome mastiff-mix, is as friendly and fun as they come! This affectionate brindle boy just loves life! Walking, hiking, playing, or just hanging out? YES, PLEASE! All of these are MAX'S idea of a great time, as long as he gets to do them with you! A sweet, gregarious goofball, MAX also plays well with other dogs and kids. He is the perfect dog for an active family. If you're looking for the friend of a lifetime, you've found him! MAXIMUS is eagerly waiting for you to come out and play. His time left on earth is short due to no fault of his own. The shelter is busting at the seems and this Big Ol' Boy needs a loving home so badly. Is that your home? (Less)
|Rescue Me ID: 15-06-04-00383Loretta (female)|
Loretta - Italian Mastiff/AmStaff 4 yrs, about 80 lbs, she's big, thick, sturdy & wiggles her butt when she walks. She's had a hard life... was found in an industrial area seen running around w/her puppies then they slowly disappeared. She has quiet energy, not a barker & is a BIG LOVER w/an old soul. If you have the right energy, she'll love you right away but she's cautious because humans have done nothing but be mean to her. Once she does, she will give you her belly & love you forever!! This girl is so loving, gentle, WELL BEHAVED, potty trained, does NOT chew - overall awesomely behaved. We thought she'd need to be an only QUEEN but we've been working w/her & she has surprised us-she could live w/a very stable larger breed lower energy dog but no littles or cats/she will chase.(ps-this is another female pictured w/her here!!) She'll watch to see what you want her to do, stays right by your side, SUPER smart, great on a leash, easily correctible, has excellent recall & loves to spoon when you lay down next to her. Someone did a hack job on her ears & clearly used her as a breeder for a long time. And to understand her all her issues, her teeth were filed down to the gums. She has a few molars in the back but that's it. Spayed, utd on shots, Please understand, Loretta was alone & abandoned for so long, the famly who falls in love w/her has to be committed to her for LIFE. We need a family or individual who will love her forever! She is not a beginner dog. Currently located in SoCal - her adoption fee will include transport to the Pacific NW. Home check & thoroughly checked adoption application is required. (Less)
|Rescue Me ID: 15-04-21-00273Chief (male)|
Chief was only 5 weeks when I brought him home, he never quite grasped how to be a dog of his size(70+ lbs). He is eager to learn and please, but could benefit from some hands on training and positive reinforcement. We need to find him a home without babies, because he is jealous of our newborn, but does well with older children, like our 6 year old. Chief is house trained, but requires a gentle leader type of harness for walks. He loves playing catch, he will play for as long as you'd like! He also loves the water, and will swim with you until he cannot anymore! He is very playful with other dogs, but some dogs grow tired of him because of his level of energy, he also does well with cats although they don't care for him because he only wants to play. Please help me find him a loving home that can give him what I cannot. I wish I could, I just cannot prioritize him over my own child any more. (Less)
Yamhill County Dayton, OR 97114 MAP IT!
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|PIease Read Before Adopting a Mastiff in Oregon|
Mastiff Dogs can make good pets in Oregon 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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