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|Rescue Me ID: 16-04-30-00155Maddie May (female)|
Maddie is a Daniff that I rescued from a family that was military and heading overseas. I have had her 1 1/2 years. She suffers from fear aggression, especially towards men. If it was only myself and my 16 year old daughter in the house, she would be perfect. However, she won't stop attacking my other Great Dane or my elderly Lhasa Apso. I have tried so hard to give her a loving home that she can feel safe in but when she gets into these rages and attacks the other dogs I am terrified she is going to kill or hurt one of the animals and we just can't get her to stop without physically pulling her off the other dogs and I am concerned she will hurt my daughter or I in the process. She has never shown anything but love toward my daughter and I, but acts very aggressive to anyone else who comes into the house. She has never bitten anyone, but charges and snaps. She is house trained, crate trained, and has no aggression when away from the house. I suspect she was very abused with her previous owners by the way she acts toward others, especially tall men. She has such a sweet side, but her aggression is not improving with a loving home where is she very well taken care of. (Less)
Lewis County Centralia, WA MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 16-04-07-00243Stella (female)|
Stella is a 3 1/2 year old, 95lb, spayed Cane Corso Mastiff. I rescued this girl 2 years ago from the humane society. Her previous owners kept her mostly crated. She had not been well socialized. She was able to bond with me very quickly. Her temperament is very sweet and she thinks she is a lap dog. I spent the first six month teaching her to be a dog. She didn't even know how to play. She does well with other dogs who are patient with her and can model social norms among the pack. Stella suffers from 'stranger danger' with people who are outside her people pack. Her reaction stems from fear, not aggression. She barks and lunges but then quickly hides her tail and runs away. She needs quite a bit of time warming up to strangers and does so better in her own environment. She's fearful of strangers in parks, on walks, etc and therefore isn't a dog I allow people to pet outside of my own home. In working with her, I have decreased the time it takes meeting a new person from over an hour to about 10 minutes. She's worked very hard! Stella's anxiety level has been increasing. While she can crate well, I give her full roam of the house. She is not destructive nor has she ever had an accident in the house. She waits by the door for me and is frantic when I return. Unfortunately, I have an unconventional work schedule and while previously it seemed to work well for her, she's now ready to have more consistency in her life. Stella would do well with a couple or family (no young children) who have a consistent work schedule or work from home. She would also do well in the company of another dog. She seems happiest with me at home and when she goes to the dog sitter's and plays with the 3 other dog there. It breaks my heart to see this girl go but her needs come before my own wants and I am no longer providing her with the best environment to meet those needs. Due to an my work schedule, please email me for a quicker reply - firstname.lastname@example.org (Less)
King County Seattle, WA 98125 MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 16-03-10-00495Zues McGoo (male)|
Someone left the dog with us and Zeus bonded with my husband. Unfortunately my husband passed away March 5th. He is blind but is a lover but has to grab to know who is there. He is extremely strong and hard to control on a leash. I don't want to have him put to sleep unless I have no other option. My husband would want him to be able to live his life out with someone who can love him and enjoy his last years of life.
Spokane County Spokane, WA MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 16-02-02-00452Bandit and Bonnie (male)|
Meet Bonnie and Bandit! This darling, bonded duo are the best dogs! They are both about 4ish years old. Bonnie weighs about 75lbs and Bandit weighs about 83lbs. He is an English Mastiff mix and she is a German Shepherd. These dogs are wonderful, sweet dogs that love all people... kids included, and they're great with other dogs. NO cats though. They are both very gentle natured, and Bandit thinks he's a lap dog. Bonnie is a bit better trained but Bandit follows her closely so it's easy to get him to comply, too. They must have a large, fenced yard... or preferably, a large, fenced piece of property. This duo prefers to be outside during the day but can remain inside, napping in their crate for a reasonable amount of hours, This duo will be an awesome addition to any large breed experienced home. They are awesome with kids but can be overpowering so children must be over 10yrs old. (Less)
King County Auburn, WA MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 15-03-20-00578Alba (female)|
Hi! My name is Alba and I am a female Cane Corso Mastiff. I am looking for a home of my own - could that home be with you? I am pretty new to rescue, and am recovering from cherry eye surgery. I would do best in a home with no children under the age of ten. I am spayed, micro-chipped, and up to date on all my vaccinations. My adoption fee is $300. If you think you might have the right home for me, please visit the Valhalla Canine Rescue website at www.valhallarescue.org/ourdogs/adoptable and fill out an adoption application. My adoption fee allows Valhalla Rescue to continue to provide care and medical treatment (including spay/neuter services) for dogs like me while we look for our forever homes. This fee also helps cover the ongoing costs of caring for less adoptable dogs who require longer stays in the shelter, or more advanced medical treatment before finding their forever homes. THANK YOU FOR SAVING THE LIFE OF A RESCUE DOG! (Less)
Valhalla Canine Rescue
Lewis County Winlock, WA 98596 MAP IT!
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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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