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|Rescue Me ID: 15-04-16-00687Ava Bell (female)|
Ava is a lively young 2 year old catahoula leopard who is adventurous & loving to anyone she meets. She is a rare breed dog as well. In my experience of dogs I have never met such a sweet girl! She is short coat (sheds) with spots, very strong, and her golden eyes are beautiful! But still being a young pup she does need a little training to help calm her down.She has been in great care with a wide open yard, but due to a new baby in the house I am unsure of having such a big dog around such a little girl. To adopt We are requiring that you havee a big yard or preferably a farm so she has space To run.
Mecklenburg County Charlotte, NC MAP IT!
|Animal ID: 85258Parsons (male)|
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Catawba County hickory, NC 28602 MAP IT!
|Animal ID: 1254Karma (female)|
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Catawba County hickory, NC 28602 MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 15-04-13-00634Honey (female)|
Hi, We have a young female pitbull (Honey) who needs a kind, loving home. We first noticed her running around my work area in December and have been trying to catch her since then. We have finally gained enough of her trust to be able to feed and pet her. We've had her for about a month and in that time she has had an initial vet visit that consisted of a check-up, an ultrasound to determine if she was pregnant (negative), a rabies vaccination, de-worming, a heartwom test (negative), and a 6-month heartworm prevention shot. She was not spayed and had some damage to her right eye along with some other scars. Ruff Love Rescue has generously paid for a local vet to get her all fixed up. Sadly, her eye was too damaged to repair and the vet had to remove it. This was done while she was already under for her spay. She is a very sweet and loving girl who has shown no signs of aggression towards us despite wrestling with me to get a baskerville muzzle on her and my daughter sticking her hand down her throat to retrieve something she tried to eat on a walk. We have had lots of people interact with her and she loves everyone. Her leash manners still need a bit of work but are getting better. She is very passionate about squirrels! During her first visit to the vet she displayed some aggression toward some other dogs and occasionally during walks if the other dog barks first. Never to the point where I wasn't able to easily control her and continue on our walk. I have straddled her back and used one hand to lift her face up so she can look me in the eye and she has never forgotten who I was or tried to bite me. She likes to run and is easily led away if you pick up a light jog. This behavior is random but has decreased since having her spayed. I truly have no idea why she barks back at some and doesn't care at all about others. The vet that performed her surgery informed us that she has been in heat for a bit and that may have contributed to her behavior since she had been out running around. We have introduced her to a few of our own dogs and she doesn't seem to mind them until they start to act up. She did do better with the older, bigger dogs. Currently, she is living in my garage. We foster dogs for one of our local rescues and don't feel like we are able to mix them as everyone still has unpredictable temperaments. She does go for a good walk 3 times a day and at least a mile run followed by an equally long walk in the evenings (2 runs/day on the weekends when I have more time). She is very loved but our home and work schedules don't afford us the time to give her the attention she deserves. I thought a co-worker was going to be able to take her but he has backed out now because he isn't sure he is ready to take on the responsibilities that come with caring for a dog. Our local Animal Control is a kill shelter so that is not an option either. Living in my garage was ok for a temporary fix while we were getting her taken care of but is not a solution. She does need some socialization and leash training. We feel that she would be most successful in a home where she is the only dog. However, this is my first real interaction with a pitbull so I apologize for not knowing very much about the breed or how best to help her. If you are able to rescue Honey and help find her the wonderful home she deserves we would be eternally grateful! She is the happiest, sweetest girl who has so much love to give. Thank you, Nicolle and Scott Wallace Mooresville, NC 28115 704-495-4345 email@example.com (Less)
Iredell County Mooresville, NC MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 15-02-17-00724Clyde (male)|
Clyde is a male, 2-4 year old Catahoula/Dane/Smaller breed mix. Clyde is a gorgeous Harlequin color, which is a rare coat color, making him handsome, special and unique. He is on the smaller side, at only about 60-65 pounds, but his heart is so big! He absolutely loves to give out kisses, hugs, and snuggles! He is a gorgeous guy, and is super sweet towards all people. He is such a good dog, however no one has noticed our loving boy, which makes Clyde so sad. He is our rescue favorite. All Clyde wants to do is have a family to love on. He loves treats, and is very smart. When you pet him, he falls asleep in your hands, and wants to cuddle. Clyde is good with dogs, kids, and adults. Clyde is absolutely AMAZING with kitties and small dogs. He loves them! He likes female big dogs better than males, but does fine with either one with a proper introduction. The Halfway House Animal Rescue of NC pulled Clyde from Rowan Animal Control right before he was set to be euthanized and he is now fully vetted and searching for his new furever. Please don't overlook Clyde. He so desperately wants a family of his own to love him. Clyde is neutered, UTD on shots, and ready to go! He is such a wonderful dog and his foster cannot say enough wonderful things about him. ABOUT THE HALFWAY HOUSE FOR ANIMALS OF NC: We are a foster based rescue out of Salisbury, NC that predominately pulls animals on their last day before euthanasia from Rowan County Animal Control. Each dog is/will be fully vetted, UTD on shots, spayed/neutered and ready to be incorporated into a new home. Adopters will be subject to an application, a home visit (local) or virtual visit (out-of-state), an adoption fee, personal and vet references, and a short phone interview. Please inquire by email to put in an application for our sweethearts today! Thank you for taking the time to read about our dogs and rescue! (Less)
The Halfway House for Animals of NC
Rowan County Salisbury, NC MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 14-11-05-00595Trinket (female)|
Trinket is the sweetest dog you will ever find. She loves people and animals. She loves affection and would love to have a forever home. Trinket is potty and crate trained.
Mercy Fund Animal Rescue, Inc.
McDowell County Marion, NC MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 14-09-15-00072Cowboy (male)|
Meet handsome Cowboy!!Approx 81 lbs, 2 years old, catahoula pitbull mix, very impressive dog. Beautiful marking and a personality to match. Loves all people. Content to wander the pastures. Never in a hurry. Have not put him with other dogs but doesn't seem interested. Crate trained. Absolutely love this big boy!!! Email firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more about him!
South of the Bully Rescue
Durham County Durham, NC 27703 MAP IT!
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|PIease Read Before Adopting a Catahoula in North Carolina|
Catahoula Dogs can make good pets in North Carolina if they match your IifestyIe. The Catahoula, or Louisiana Catahoula Leopard Dog, is an intelligent, loyal, and territorial breed. Catahoulas are affectionate with their own families but intolerant of strangers. Catahoulas need a lot of time and attention from their owners and are best matched with people who have experience training intelligent dogs. A Catahoula that is left alone and ignored may become aggressive or destructive. Early socialization is imperative, especially with children. Catahoulas are very physical and need a lot of exercise. Some can adapt to apartment life while others cannot; the safest bet is a home with a large fenced yard or open land.
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