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  Dogs For Adoption

 Some of these rescues are courtesy listings so please read to the end of each Bio to determine who to contact. New postings are not always on first page, so please take a look at all the pages!

If you are interested in any of our rescues please email Pamela at PamelaJoWolflady2@sbclobal.net for an Adoption Application. All references will be checked and a Home Visit will be arranged at your convenience. You must be over 30 years of age for permanent adoption, but we do consider those under 30 for temporary fostering.

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When you purchase a Whistle Tracker from our link  http://ltwr.whistleshelters.com/ you receive $15 off the purchase price of $80. Lake Tahoe Wolf Rescue also gets a nice donation. Use coupon code SHELTERLOVE when Checking Out. I bought one for my dog and I LOVE it. I always know where he is no matter where I am. Check it out! Wish I had one for my husband!

ALSO ... more good news ...

We've posted a video about a beautiful Crash Dog T-shirt from Devium USA. In support of our Rescue.

In celebration of Corey Duffel’s longtime henchman, Crash Dog, Devium is proud to offer our Crash Dog Tee, the proceeds from which go to support Lake Tahoe Wolf Rescue, a not-for-profit organization. Check out the link and the video of Crash Dog and order you T-shirt now!
 Dogs for Adoption 
Very URGENT! Vancouver WA - Hunter is a gorgeous, White German Shepherd/Malamute who is looking for a home. A kind couple rescued him after he was captured from running loose on the streets but can't keep him much longer. They feel that Hunter would be PTS at a shelter so we need to find this boy a home ASAP. Hunter is estimated to be about 5 years old, is neutered and weighs about 100 lbs. He has had his Rabies vaccination but is not microchipped. He has not really been around other dogs while living at his foster home, but he seems eager to meet and greet passing dogs and shows no signs of aggression. He is pretty good on leash now but no recall off leash. Hunter is housetrained and well behaved indoors, but when he is left home he feels more comfortable in his dog run (on concrete with top). He seems to be good with 6' fencing as long as he is secure and happy. Hunter knows Paws to wipe his feet, Sit for dinner, Stay, Bed Time, Walk, etc. He is extremely gentle when fed by hand but gets protective when his dish is taken away. Hunter is very cautious and seems to like men more than women, as he tries to be dominant with women that are not assertive. We would not adopt Hunter with small dogs or children but he has never shown any aggression toward them. He does not do well in vehicles and will chew if he becomes anxious, so some training in this area as well is needed. He is very lonely and would love a large, canine companion and someone that is around alot to help him learn some new tricks. Fosters live near congested intersection and are worried for his safety should he get loose. They only have a few more weeks to keep him. WE would like to see Hunter in a permanent home, rather than be bounced around in Foster Homes. A home with someone around a lot (retired, works at home, etc) and active outdoors would be great for this beautiful boy. Please call Pamela (775) 833-2066 or PamelaJoWolflady2@sbcglobal.net 
An Adoption Application and Home Visit are required. Transportation help is available for the west-coast states.

Urgent! 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 - 
she has to come to you and get to know you in her own time. 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.
Urgent! Beaverton, Oregon - Atlas is an awesome big Malamute/Shepherd mix who will be 3 yrs old Oct. 8. He has beautiful coloring, is neutered, chipped and up to date on his vaccines. Atlas does well with other large-breed dogs but prefers females. He knows many basic commands as well as the hand signals that go along with those commands and has good recall unless there is something better to do (typical of the breed), so still needs work on that. Atlas is awesome on leash and walks on a loose leash with no pulling ... he also stops and sits at corners before crossing streets. Atlas will not be placed where there are children (he is afraid of them and shys away from noisy environments) nor where there are cats. He is a good natured and sweet dog who is very sensitive and intelligent with no aggressive tendencies. We are looking for someone very active for Atlas's new mom or dad. He has grown up in the climbing community going on lots of rock-climbing adventures. He is very much loved by his mom but she works and travels too much to give him the life she feels he wants and needs. If you are looking for a wonderful big dog to enjoy many outdoor adventures with, please contact Kim at kimkahl@dukewarner.com and she'll send you an adoption application. You can also call or text her at 541-480-1662. Let's find this pretty boy a great home!
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