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Still waiting for a home! 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 
Please help this girl! New Mexico - This stunning 5 y/o mid-content wolfdog, Freya (on the left) is in a sanctuary waiting for her forever home. History: She was rescued from a shelter hours before euthanization; was fostered for weeks by a wonderful couple who had the perfect containment and lifestyle for her. Freya was well behaved indoors with them and liked sleeping in the bedroom. Freya likes to be queen and kept bugging the other dogs and so we placed her into a new home where Freyja had a nice male whom she liked. We had advised lean ins which they didn't do and she soon escaped their 8' fencing. Animal Control wanted to confiscate Freya so now poor Freya will have to stay at a sanctuary until we can find her a new home. Freya was sweet and warmed up to women quicker but now shy of everyone. Still at the sanctuary, Freya is impossible to catch and walk on leash now as she has regressed from the bad experiences she went through at her last home. She will need a very calm and patient handler to help her rehabilitate if she is to go to a real home. Freya will require 6', 7' or 8' fencing but must have lean ins as she can literally jump/climb an 8' fence. There should be dig guard as well. We are looking for a wolfdog-experienced person with lots of time to spend, with one nice male canine companion for Freya. Freya is well behaved indoors, is housetrained, and likes sleeping next to your bed - and she really enjoys being outdoors on daily hikes to lakes and mountains on a long leash. Overall she is friendly with other dogs if they don't live with her as she likes to establish a hierarchy at her environment. Transportation is available so help us get beautiful Freya into a forever, loving home. She is really a sweet girl and just needs to find the right place. Contact Pamela Jo by calling her at (775) 833-2066 or email her at
Very Urgent - Owner moving soon - Sant Cruz, CA - These two beautiful girls would like to go together ... Pretty 6 y/o Lucy needs a home right away. German Shepherd/Malamute mix, Lucy's home is being sold and they can not keep her any longer. Lucy is spayed and up to date on vaccinations. She is submissive and gets along great with other dogs and best with larger dogs. No cats or small dogs please. Lucy does not like being leashed but is not difficult once she is on one. She is housetrained but has been living outdoors for years now. She is very bonded with her best friend, Indy [white dog shown below] and has separation  
anxiety when Indy is not around. She does not try to escape unless Indy is out and she will do anything to be with her. Lucy is content to stay in her enclosure so we would like to find someone with a nice big yard for Indy. Usually good in 6' fencing. Photo shows Lucy with coat all brushed out and looking beautiful. Lucy is a bit shy with humans and loves to be around dogs. She has no food aggression at all. She is in good health and playful. Lucy is a bit nervous in the car and does best riding in a kennel where she feels secure. She is difficult to leash up as she is very shy, but will go anywhere Indy goes. Here is a photo of Lucy with her winter coat. What a beauty!
  Indy is Lucy's best friend and she is about 7 years old. She is the slender White German Shepherd/Husky girl, spayed and up to date on vaccinations. She is good with other dogs but with larger, friendly males she is best. No small dogs or cats please. She walks nicely on leash but is not getting out much these days. Indy is VERY well behaved indoors and is housetrained, but has been stuck living outside with Lucy for 5 years now. Indy is crate trained in the car and was fine when left home alone. She has dug out of her pen a few times so dig guard is recommended with at least 6' fencing. Indy knows some basic training however owner has done nothing with her in a long time. Very sad for these girls. Indy loves going places with you but has been a backyard dog living outside for 5 years now. Indy is an amazing girl - she loves people and wants to say hello to everyone and just be loved on. She loves to cuddle and wants to sleep next to you. Unfortunately after getting Lucy her lifestyle was changed and she became Lucy's management piece. Indy is a wonderful girl and loves being with people - but Lucy is a complete wreck without her so Indy has to stay outside with her.
  Both these pups need a home ASAP. It will be difficult to find a good home for them both but if someone can find it in their heart to take them both it would be great. If we can't find a home for them together they will need to be separated and if so, best if they go into a home with another friendly dog so that it won't be so stressful on them. If you feel you can give both or one of these precious girls a good home, Please contact Pamela Jo at her email PamelaJoWolflady2@sbcglobal.net or Robin Snow calmcompanions@hotmail.com  PLEASE HELP THEM FIND A NEW HOME! 
Palo Alto, CA - Sweet 8-month-old Shilo needs a  permanent home now. His Fosters were able to rescue him from a home where they were not able to care for him properly. Shilo was underweight and very shy when Fosters got him. They have spent some time training Shilo and now he needs a good forever home. Shilo weighs about 38-40 lbs and growing! He is current on vaccinations, grew up with a cat (but we prefer a home without cats or little dogs) and does have a prey drive for squirrles and such. Shilo is very well behaved in the house and walks good on leash with a handler that knows what they are doing. Fosters currently work full time and do not have the time to give this sweet boy what he needs and deserves. Shiloh stays home without destruction but he is getting frustrated at being alone all day. Shilo will need 6' fencing and maybe extensions in the future. He has no food aggression with people or other dogs, and loves to play with dogs his size. He is in good health, currently on a raw-food diet and is a bit sensitive with grains. This boy would be best in a wolfdog-experienced home with proper containment, someone home a lot (retired, works at home) and continued training. He likes other dogs so another companion would be nice too. Northern breeds like lots of exercise but pups this age do best with frequent shorter hikes [45 min] then one really long one until fully grown and matured around 3 years of age. If you are interested in adopting this beautyboy please email Pamela Jo at PamelaJoWolflady2@sbcglobal.net  Transportation help available.
UPDATE - Portland OR - Thank you for helping beautiful Gigi!  UPDATE: NEEDS A PERMENANT HOME NOW.
Gigi has had her second knee surgery and was transported to her new home in Portland OR. She is doing very well and Foster says she is a real sweetheart. Gigi is only 6 years old and is still very  playful, so after her rehabilitation in a few weeks she will need a nice, forever home with someone who will take her out for walks every day, but not too strenuous as to compromise her new knees. Here is her story: In 2016 I placed Zella with a kind woman who was gracious and generous enough to adopt Zella with her torn CCL. She knew she would be incurring a lot of expense and much of her time helping Zella to recuperate with her knee injury but she took her in anyway. Since then she has spent over $6000 in surgeries and other modalities with some help from LTWR. Zella - who was renamed Gigi - has lost about 30 lbs and now weights about 100 (still a bit overweight). I'm sure her being so overweight originally contributed to her injuries. She recovered nicely from her first knee surgery but recently tore her other knee, which is not uncommon. Her owner called me in tears. She is tapped out both financially and emotionally. Caring for a big dog like this post surgery is a lot of work and the woman lives alone in a very rural area. 

The owner had to give up Gigi. She is heartbroken and loves her very much but just can't do this any more. Luckily we found a very caring veterinarian and the second surgery has been completed. ...  Soon we will need a new home for Gigi. Gigi is only 6 years old, a very sweet girl, friendly with little dogs, big dogs, cats, people, good off leash and loves everyone. She is a sweet and easy girl to have around. She lived with a very tiny doggie who she was very gentle with, as well as another male pup.
LTWR rasied the funds to help Gigi from your very generous donations and now Gigi has a second chance to have a good life in her forever home. Please watchfor updates as Gigi will soon be able to go to her permanent home! You can contact Pamela Jo if you are interested.  Email her at  PamelaJoWolflady2@sbcglobal.net 
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