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Adopted Big Bear, CA -  This beautiful agouti-colored 10-month-old female, Moursa, is in desperate need for a new home. She is presently in foster and is not doing well - they need to have her out of there asap. Foster has an elderly mother which Moursa is fine with, but being a pup she chewed thru her oxygen tube!! It could have been a disaster but they had a back up tube. These caring fosters rescued her from being dumped at a shelter. Moursa is spayed and good with other dogs and cats. She does not appear to have a prey drive [yet], does not stalk the little dog or cats. Her foster is finding that she plays hard - his Shepherd and Husky are tired of her constant puppy attention and now snarling at her. She jumps the 4' fence daily even with the other dogs there with her and comes back in a few hours ... but this is not acceptable and she could get hit by a car or shot. Because of her shyness Moursa is near impossible to catch - she lets you get close then bolts and plays Come Catch Me. An experienced owner will be required as she is an escape risk. Her previous owners had a 6 ft fence which she jumped daily even though she had another dog to be with, so a 6' fence (or higher) with lean ins is required). Moursa is really sweet and she walks good on a leash. She is very shy and will not allow you to touch her if you approach or walk up to her ...  
she has to come to you and get to know you in her own time. But she warms up to you quickly. This is typical of dogs that have not been properly socialized or have had some rough treatment and we just need to have the time and patience to teach them to trust. Moursa being the pup that she is can be destructive when not watched so she cannot be left home alone unattended. Secure containment will help this too. This is a typical example of people adopting dogs they don't have the time or experience for. Someone who is around a lot - retired, works at home - would be great for this girl and wolfdog experience would be a plus. Moursa must leave her current foster situation before an accident with the senior woman happens. If you are interested in adopting [or fostering] this sweet sable girl, please contact Danna at 
dlcruzan@gmail.com as soon as possible. An Adoption Application and a Home Visit are required. Please help this sweet pup. 
 
 
 
 
 
Westminister, CO - Blu is a pretty 2 y/o neutered male. He is microchipped and good with most other dogs. He is presently living with little dogs and he wants them to play but they don't want to (smart doggies!). He walks nicely on leash after some work by husband but has no recall off leash yet. Grandparents have taken him in because grandson does not want him anymore but Blu is too much for them. They also have 4 little dogs and an old boxer to care for. Blu is very playful and well behaved in the house with boundaries but he needs a young playmate and some real exercise out of the yard. He does not like to be crated. Poor Blu has not had a lot of attention with previous owner - left home a lot in the yard but currently he is loving his new grandparents for the past two weeks. He just can not stay. Blu is learning some commands like Sit, Speak, whisper, Shake, Give me 5, Leave it, etc. and he obeys with the little dogs, squirrels and bunnies in the yard. He's a good boy and smart - he can open gate if it has a handle. Blu has no food aggression but a little with some bigger, male dogs. He is great with his humans and loves kids but he could play rough with little ones so we like to adopt into home with adults. Blue rides well in the car. Grandparents love him but felt sorry for this boy and only took him in to give Blu a chance to have a new life with a loving family. If you are interested in adopting beautiful and sweet Blu, please email Pamela Jo at  PamelaJoWolflady2@sbcglobal.net  Grandparents can't keep their granddog much longer!
 
   
 
 
Truckee, CA - Timber is a sturdy, handsome 1-1/2 year-old Husky/GSD (German Shepherd Dog). He is currently with Tahoe Husky Rescue for over a month and is slowly starting to trust people. Timber came into Rescue from Tonopah (thanks to friends at Res-Que) where he was running loose with a pack of dogs for a while who may have been abandoned. Timber hadn't socialized with humans in quite some time. Timber is doing good and coming along nicely and we got our first kisses from him on day 6. We will continue to work with him and update his progress. If you have evern rehabbed a dog before the transformations they make can be truly amazing! Anyone who is interested in Timber must know that gaining his trust will take TIME and PATIENCE. It can be a lengthy process and your commitment is crucial to his success. More to come on this sweet soul so stay tuned for updates and new photos. As with all our rescues, Timber is neutered, UTD onshots, microchipped, and his adoption fee is $200. Please, no small children or cats, and secure fenced yard is a must. If you have experience with rehabilitation, love and patience, please contact Brad at TahoeHuskyRescue@yahoo.com
 
 
 
  
 
 
 
Returned! Kanab, UT - Sasha was adopted into a nice home recently but they didn't give her enough time to adjust. They let her off leash on their huge property. She did great for a while but one day on a walk Sasha got too close to a street, panicked, a horse scared her, and it took a long time to win her trust to catch her. The family gave up immediately and returned this sweet girl. Now Sasha is back with her original rescuer and again needs a good home with responsible family. She is a beautiful, fluffy black Malamute/German Shepherd Dog [GSD] mix. She is mostly Malamute but acts quite  
wolfy and would be best in a home with a wolfdog-experienced handler as well as secure, escape-proof containment. Sasha is currently in foster at Best Friends Animal Sanctuary with her handler, Sherry. This 4 1/2-year-old beauty is spayed, up to date on vaccinations, and weighs about 72 lbs. She was terribly matted when she came into Rescue as she was in a home that was quite neglectful in many ways. Evidently they allowed her to be around cats, much to their detriment (killed cats that jumped into her yard). Sasha is very shy and meets new people by approaching, sniffing and sometimes a lick, but she has to be given time to approach on her own time (about 10 minutes). Any quick movements or wrong body language and she will shy away. She really likes to be with people and is quite playful once she gets to know and trust you. She has no food aggression with people, but she does with dogs. She is not good with small dogs or cats AT ALL, and with bigger dogs that she does not know she is a bit fearful and reactive. She tries to ignore them but if they get too close will air snap and warn them away. Sasha sometimes likes another male dog of similar size but would be fine as an only dog. She would be best in a home with lots of love and attention.  
Someone that is retired or works at home would be great. She could probably learn to trust new dogs if she has an experienced handler and a calm, submissive dog ambassador as she is comfortable with dogs she is familiar with. Here is a cute shot of Sasha with a new friend - she's learning! Sasha does not like being alone and may to escape so escape-proof containment is required, i.e. 9-gauge chain-link, 6' fencing with lean ins and dig guard. She rides well in car and walks nicely on leash. We hope to find a great home for this sweet girl as she really deserves a good home. If you think you have the time and the right environment to give this beauty a home, please contact Sherry at sherry@bestfriends.org     
 
   
 
 
Houston, TX - Pretty Bella needs a new home. Her owners had a baby and Bella is not comfortable as baby pulls her hair etc., so they want to rehome Bella. Bella is 7 years old, weighs about 57 lbs, is spayed, microchipped and up to date on vaccinations. Bella is a real beauty and a sweetheart too! She has been well loved and well taken care of. Bella is in good health, walks nicely on  leash and is well behaved indoors. She is housetrained and crate trained but can jump a fence so needs 6' fencing with lean ins (or 7-8' fencing without). Bella is good with male dogs both big and small, loves her hikes, but also likes to hang out with you indoors. Transportation help is availble within TX or Louisiana. If you are interested in this girl, please contact Pamela Jo at PamelaJowolflady2@sbcglobal.net 
 
 
 
 
Susanville, CA - Lulu is a very pretty Malamute/GSD girl whose owner died recently. This sweet girl is about 4-5 years old and is a real sweetheart. She does a play bow with the little dogs and wants to have some fun! Lulu needs a home right away or may wind up at a shelter. Lulu is dog friendly and people friendly and we would really love to find a foster or a permanent home soon in oreder to save her life. She is blowing her winter coat and looks a bit scraggly in this photo, but she is a real beauty in both her coats! This girl really likes people and we are hoping that someone will step up and get her out of this situatiion. Transportatiion help is available to get Lulu to her new home. If you can foster or adopt this girl please contact Jacintha jacintha@savinggreatanimals.org
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Susanville, CA - Dakota is a very sweet, sociable Malamute that needs a home right away. Her owner died recently and she may wind up at a shelter if we don't find a foster or permanent home for her very soon. We don't know a whole lot about her yet, but she is dog friendly and people friendly and a real sweetheart. Just look at that beautiful face! Transportation help is available. If you can foster or adopt this girl please contact Jacintha jacintha@savinggreatanimals.org 
 
 
 
 
 
Adoption Pending! Odessa, TX - Tamaska is a 5-year-old neutered male that needs a home soon. Owners would love to keep him but they live in a small home with a small yard and have other [small] dogs. Tamaska plays too rough so they have to keep the dogs separate. Owner is not able to walk poor Tamaska due to health issues, so this baby needs a new home with someone active that likes the outdoors. Tamaska is good with other dogs and walks great on leash. He does not like small spaces or being cornered and will avoid these things. He does not like to be indoors too much and loves being outside and going for hikes. Tamaska may howl when left home alone but is not destructive, and is very good if he has a doggie companion. He is good in the yard with 6' fencing. Lean-ins are always recommended in case a dog gets frightened for some reason [4th of July, etc.] as they are able to jump 6' easily. He knows Sit, Shake and Down, has no food aggression with dogs or people. This boy is very timid, especially with strangers. He can take a while to warm up to someone, but once he does, he's a big teddy bear. He hates small spaces so getting in a car or going through a door or anything is very scary for him. Once he is in the car he is fine but even doing things like brushing him, putting on or taking off a collar, etc, can take a little time for him to understand that it's nothing scary. He's a big baby and sweet as can be. Owner has toddler and Tamaska plays a little rough, so we recommend a home without children. He needs someone who has a good amount of time to devote to him with plenty of space, lots of exercise and a lot of patience. If you can help give this beautiful boy a good home, please contact Pamela at PamelaJoWolflady2@sbcglobal.net
 
 
 
 
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