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  Dogs For Adoption 2018

 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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            Do You Know Where Your Dog is?                 When you purchase a GPS 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 on the globe. 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 100% not-for-profit organization. Check out the link and the video of Crash Dog and order you T-shirt now! 
 Dogs for Adoption 
  Urgent - in shelter  Vancouver, WA  A beautiful bonded pair - Braun and Zeva need a home FAST! These two were seized by Animal Control because they allegedly killed a poodle but they have not shown any aggression in the shelter nor have they shown any interest in the other dogs. It's possible they got loose and the pack instinct took over but it is commonly known that northern breeds are not very good with small dogs. All efforts must be made to keep your animals in safe, escape-proof enclosures. Zeva, a spayed female, is 2 years old, and Braun is a 4-year-old neutered male. They are nervous in the shelter but once they get to know you seem quite friendly. They will need a home where someone has lots of time to spend with them giving them training and boundaries and of course lots of hiking exercise. A place in the Sierra would be great so they can play in the snow! Animal Control will only permit them to be released to a certified Rescue. They will not be adopted to the public. Here is a link to the photoshoot at the shelter.
https://rosiestar.smugmug.com/Shhhhhh/i-GqMZ2q5  contact Pamela Jo if you are interested in this couple of beauties at PamelaJoWolflady2@sbcglobal.net 
Atascadero, CA - Elegant 4-year-old Tamaskan, Lupine is spayed, about 60 lbs and up to date on vaccinations. She is good with larger dogs, especially males. No small dogs or cats please. She has had extensive professional training over the years, walks well on leash, good recall off leash once she bonds with you), housetrained and crate trained (for short periods of time) while you are away as she does have some separation anxiety. She is not an escape artist so 6' fencing should be fine for Lupine. She has had training in a boarding kennel for 6 months, submissive with humans and kids, but food protective with other dogs. Lupine loves to ride in the car and is in great health. She was bought from a breeder as a Tamaskan. Owner's lives have changed and much travel is involved now, so they want Lupine to have a good life with people that can give her lots of love and attention. Owner is heartbroken to give her up but knows she will be hapy in a home with people who are active daily outdoors and are around a lot so she does not have to spend too much time in a kennel waiting for them to come home. If you are interested in this sweet girl, please contact Pamela Jo at PamelaJoWolflady2@sbcglobal.net 
Rogers, Arkansas - Beautiful Vega is only 3 years old and losing her home. Her owner has health problems and cannot give Vega the life she deserves. This often happens with northern breeds since they do need a lot of exercise and attention. Vega is about 80 lbs, up to date on vaccinations and is a very sweet girl. She has been submissive with other dogs but now that she is maturing she would be best with a nice large friendly male to play with. She has not been around small dogs and will not be placed with little dogs or cats. Vega walks nicely on leash once the excitement abates, but could use some more leash training as she is still a bit uncertain of leashes. She is very well behaved indoors when she has human company, owner kennels her when gone (but not for more than 2-3 hours). Vega has been kept in enclosure with 7' fencing, so that is what we recommend for her. She has no food aggression and knows some commands, but Vega is a bit fearful/anxious of new situations. She loves women but takes a little longer to warm up to men. She is not aggressive or dominant, just shy. She is in good health and has never been abused. Owner loves her very much and is heartbroken to give her up. Vega rides in the car but does have a little anxiety. She has been given a high-quality diet of grain-free kibble supplemented with real meat and veggies. Vega is super sweet with people and loves hanging out with you in the house - she can be a couch potato after she gets a good hike outdoors. She gives kisses and loves getting pets - very affectionate girl! Vega loves being with her other dog friends and is anxious when she is away from them, so we would like to place her in a home with other nice male canine companions. She is presently living with another female and they have to be separated which is very stressful for everyone. Please help us find a great home for beautiful Vega. Transportation help is available. Contact Pamela Jo at PamelaJoWolflady2@sbcglobal.net      See more on our website http://www.laketahoewolfrescue.com/
Incline Village, NV – Lake Tahoe … Sienna needs a permanent home ASAP!   Sienna is a very pretty 10 y/o French Spaniel mix (not a wolfdog!), about 62lbs, spayed, vaccinated and she is in good health. Sienna likes to chase squirrels, birds, cats, little dogs etc. and is quite limber for her age. Sienna is very peaceful and loving, a real love bug with humans. She is taking training classes and learning to be more comfortable around new dogs in a controlled setting. She is doing great and now knows Sit, Stay, Wait, Leave It, Come, Down - all the basics. Sienna is house trained and would be fine as an only dog or with a nice large or medium canine companion as she loves her male Malamute and they play very gently together. Sienna loves walks in the forest, has great recall when off leash, and heels nicely on leash. She enjoys car rides and just to be with you. No little dogs or cats please. Please help sweet Sienna find a forever home. Foster Mom needs surgery and can't get it until Sienna finds a home. We don’t want Sienna to go to a shelter. Lake Tahoe Wolf Rescue is happy to pay for continued dog Training classes with Guy Yaeman if adopted in the Reno/Tahoe/Carson area. Contact Pamela Jo at (775) 833-2066 or email PamelaJoWolflady2@sbcglobal.net   Come meet Sienna and take a walk with us! See what a sweetheart she is. 
Apache Junction, Arizona (outside Phoenix) - This beautiful White Shepherd mix is named Phoenix and he is about 6 years old. He is 95 lbs, neutered and microchipped. This pup was rescued from a shelter but now his owner is soon moving to a small apartment in Las Vegas (very hot!) and she wants a better life for Phoenix. She loves her boy and is waiting for Phoenix to find the right home before she moves. Phoenix needs a nice yard, lots of exercise and hikes in the woods. He is good around other large dogs at the dog park and will be submissive if the other dog is dominant. He lives with a smaller 10 y/o Shepherd female. Phoenix is ok with the small dogs at the dog park but we usually do not not adopt large dogs with little dogs, cats or small children. He walks pretty well on leash, and does very well on off-leash hikes in the woods and stays close. He just needs to be leashed up before getting to the trailhead as he likes to play Come-Catch-Me. Phoenix is housetrained and well behaved while someone is around, but does have some separation anxiety if left home alone all day. He does much better when left out in the yard, and always better with another dog for company.
Phoenix will let you know when he has to go out for potty, he sleeps in owner's bedroom, and likes to sleep outside when weather is nice. Phoenix can Sit, Lay, Shake, and Rollover. He has no food aggression with people or other dogs, is submissive with humans, and rides well in the car. He is used to being on a ranch and is fine with horses. He is fearful to be in crate and will try to chew out hurting his teeth and gums. He's a little shy with new people but warms up quickly. He is great at the groomers, loves attention and will make someone a wonderful companion. He's very adotable! Let's help Phoenix find a nice home - it would be nice if we could place him in the Sierra where it is cool and he can run in the forest with you. Transportation help is available. Contact Pamela Jo by calling her at (775) 833-2066 or email her at
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