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|Rescue Me ID: 17-01-13-00497BARLEY (female)|
Barley is a 2.5 year old beautiful brindle pit/mix. She is a little under socialized which makes her a bit anxious and can can come across as aggressive. Once she gives ya a good sniff she is your best friend.. loves to snuggle, quirky, and has a huge personality. She grew up as a house dog with her brother and 3 other small dogs. With some training and socializing she would be a good match for the right owner. Squeaky toys are her weakness.
Whatcom County Bellingham, WA MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 17-01-10-00072Kimmie (female)|
Kimmie is a cane corso mastiff she is 6 years young very sweet and out going does great with all size dogs and children. she can be pre adopted. She will be in Olympia Feb 4th at the Petco 1530 black lake blvd Olympia wa
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|Rescue Me ID: 17-01-09-00047Zola (female)|
She is a great girl. She is loving and sweet. Would like that she goes to a loving home with a place to roam. I would like to have a place where I can keep in touch with you. Health issues is making me have to adopt her.
Thurston County Olympia, WA MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 16-11-30-00316Loretta (female)|
Loretta is such a sweet girl! She started out being pretty shy and scared, but with all the socialization she has gotten here, she has really come out of her shell! Loretta is a great dog, but she does need some training... She has a tendency to jump up, and because she is a LARGE dog, this behavior is rather unpleasant. She also is a bit reactive around other dogs and could some work on that. Loretta would benefit from having a strong leader to give her guidance and direction. Loretta is good with kids, but may be too much for little kids (she would knock them over!). And she needs a home with NO cats! With a little work, Loretta would be a fantastic family member (Less)
Olympic Peninsula Humane Society
Clallam County Port Angeles, WA MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 16-10-26-00611Raider (male)|
Raider is a Gentle Giant of a dog. He is very easy to get along with, he adores human and dog interaction! Raider would do great as a family dog. Raider loves to 'Raiderize,' only if you let him that is...Raider will lick your whole face, upon request. Raider is non reactive to cats. He is just a fun, overgrown pup looking for a forever home. He is neutered, current on vaccinations, crate trained, and house trained. His adoption fee is $300 which covers his neuter, shots, microchip, deworming and health cert as well as transport from the rescue in CA to the foster/new home. He is available for pre-adoption with the next delivery date in the next week or two. Please email us today for an application. Thank you! (Less)
|Rescue Me ID: 16-10-12-00026Sandee (female)|
Sandee is in Issaquah. We really have no idea what breeds her dad was. Her mother for sure was a full breed Mastiff (although small for a Mastiff) which her sister siblings showed in size, Sandee does not look or weigh anything like a mastiff? go figure? She does look some RR to us, but we really do not know. Sandee is approximately 2 years of age and she is a medium size and weighs around 42 lbs. Here is the link to the easy/quick online application: https://form.jotform.com/PNWdogs/PetCentral I am an energetic girl who also loves to nap. I can entertain myself outside for long periods of the day as long as I have a stash of balls to play with. Belly scratches are my favorite. I have not lived with any other dogs. But, when friends and family bring their pups around I just want to play. Not sure how I would be with cats, because my current humans dont have me all over the house cause their cats are terrified of dogs. I have been good with the ducks at home though and love to watch them roam. I do know basic commands of sit, stay, come etc| And I do well when called. I have been trained to sit and wait when it is meal time. I am kennel trained. My days are spent outside in a very large fenced yard or in the living room inside and my nights are inside in my kennel. I do roam inside the living room but not all over the house because the cats are terrified of dogs.. I am not a big barker, but I do speak to alert when I see something or someone new. I would do best in a home with an attentive, kind owner. I do not do well living with young children. I do not understand how to tone down my excitement when I get to play, and can at times be unpredictable. But, I am a sweet girl and love to feel like I am part of your day!! I have lived with a 7 and 9 year old and did great with them. Born in San Antonio and brought to the NW. I am a two year old female Mix. I was told my mother was a Mastiff, but have not grown to show these characteristics. I am the runt of an all girl litter of five! I have been spayed and have a micro chip ID and an up to date on shot. I am a medium sized and can't say really what breed or breeds I am. Thank you Her adoption fee is $150 which goes to the rescue who saved her. (Less)
King County Seattle, WA 98133 MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 16-08-30-00038Goose (male)|
Goose is such a wonderful soul! He has sadly spent most of his life in a kennel which is no fault of his own. He had a home after the first couple years of his life being kenneled but then they moved and he had to go back to the kennel. Goose wants to be your snuggle bunny on the sofa. Goose may look a little tough, but he's a total sweetheart. He is a bit of shy guy when he first meets people, but warms up quickly. He's very athletic and loves running and playing but also likes to chill. He gets along great with larger dogs, preferably females, but may be a bit too much for very small dogs or cats. He's a big goofball, makes some adorable noises, and is totally loveable. He's neutered, current on vaccinations, crate trained, and house trained. His adoption fee is $300 which covers his neuter, shots, microchip, deworming and health cert as well as transport from the recue in CA to the foster/new home. He is available for pre-adoption with the next delivery date in the next week or two. Please email us today for an application. Thank you! (Less)
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|PIease Read Before Adopting a Mastiff in Washington|
Mastiff Dogs can make good pets in Washington 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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