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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. Check all pages to see all dogs. Note: New postings are not always on first page, so please take a look at all the pages as they change frequently!

If you are interested in any of our rescues [Pamela Jo], please fill out an Adoption Application and fax or mail back. 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 fostering.

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  Thank you! These animals depend on you! The harness will be sent to us directly for our rescues. 
Urgent -  Palomino Valley, Reno NV - Trevor - This beautiful 10-year-old Keeshond/mix needs a home right a way. His owner died recently and all the animals at the ranch needed new homes. Trevor was one of LTWR's rescues many years ago and was so happy in his new home on the ranch. He was well taken care of and much loved. He weighs about 70 lbs, is neutered, up-to-date on shots, walks on leash but mostly accustomed to freedom on the fenced-in ranch. Trevor is very well behaved indoors and loves his cats! He lived with 5 horses, 4 cats and an 8 y/o female German Shepherd - all of which have found new homes and Trevor is lonely. Trevor knows some commands and gets along really well with other dogs both big and small. He is protective of his owner and will bark to alert. Trevor has long coat and will need regular grooming and a cool climate - we would love to place him into a home in the Sierra. He is presently living in 90-100 degree heat of the desert. Trevor is great with kids and will treat them as precious things and will protect. He likes sleeping outside at night when it's hot and loves to come with you for rides in the car. He will try to escape initially as he will be frightened in a new home, so secure containment is required (he's a digger not a jumper), but once he settles in and understands he has a new home he should be fine. Please allow a few weeks for all rescues to acclimate to a new environment. If you are interested in this beautiful sweetheart, please email PamelaJoWolflady2@sbcglobal.net  as soon as possible! 
VERY URGENT! DUMPED/LOOSE DOGS IN EL DORADO COUNTY, CA - this dog, Star, and others have been dumped in the forest off the Mormon Imigrant Trail. There may also be a sweet BLack Lab and they are starving. They are vulnerable to predators as well as dehydration due to lack of water (drought) and are very thin and emaciated. They won't survive the winter as they don't understand how to hunt and have been living on scraps thrown by campers. Now that the weather is getting cold there won't be any campers and the road will soon be closed. If you see Star or any other loose dog DO NOT ATTEMPT TO CALL THE DOG OR CAPTURE but call John at (530) 832-9779 or email him at his office <vantageins@wildblue.net> Again, please do not attempt to catch any of them as it will scare them deeper into the forest. We have a team of experienced people that will trap her once we establish where she is and a sanctuary that will take her. Thank you.
Very Urgent! Must be out of foster home ASAP  Auburn, CA - Aphrodite - is a very sweet 4-year-old spayed female. At her perfect weight she weighs 73 lbs and looks to be mostly White German Shepherd/Husky. She's very shy with men but warms up quite fast with women and calm children. She is doing very well walking on leash through the woods and likes going for hikes  whenever she can. Ditey is very affectionate and wants to be loved and will give kisses once she trusts you. Ditey will need someone around a lot - works at home, retired, etc.) as she likes to be with you and has separation anxiety if left alone. She is fine for a few hours if she has a secure yard and a male canine companion but not good to be left home all day indoors. She happy if she has a nice secure yard to play in. We adopted her into a home in OR but she was terrified of the husband and was returned. She then went into a home with a woman and her 10-year-old son but after two weeks Ditey killed the son's rabbit (it was not secured) and the woman dumped Aphrodite at the shelter without notifiying us. Aphrodite had actually been doing very well there otherwise. Ditey would do best in a home with no men, and a patient and experienced handler who will take Ditey around with her, get her used to going places and doing things, and will teach Ditey to trust men eventually. It does take a while for these dogs to acclimate in a new home especially coming from a situation where they lived in a filthy back yard and had no socialization at all. Ditey would be best with a gentle and patient woman that understands her shy nature because she is very very sweet and has a delicate nature. We think she has had some abuse in her background by a man as she cowers and shakes when a man attempts to pet her - but she loves her cuddles with a woman. She would love to have a doggie companion (to be an ambassador and for those times when left alone) and she needs a secure yard in case she gets startled or frightened. She loves her fleece blankie and Mercola dental bones. She looks different in all her photos but she is beautiful and oh so sweet.
 If you think you have the proper environment for Aphrodite and can give her a commitment to help her trust, Ditey would love a forever home with you ... poor Aphrodite really needs a true home after all these disappointments. Her Foster Mom wants her out right away and Ditey really needs to get out of a kennel and into a real home ... please email PamelaJoWolflady2@sbcglobal.net  Transportation help is available. Time is of the essence! 
  Very Urgent - Must be out of Foster Home ASAP Neima - is the 6-year-old grey-and-white spayed sister to Zerk. She is about 76 lbs, a large dog but not as big as Zerk. Neima is also very shy with men and will cower if a man tries to pet her. We feel she has had some abuse in her background (came from the same hoarder/breeder as Aphrodite and Zerk). Neima has not had much human interaction but she will take treats from your hand and is learning to walk on a leash so  much better than when she first arrived. She's is still pretty scared about new things but learning to adjust better and better every day. She did very well getting bathed and also did well when we drew blood for blood panel, she's quite submissive. Neima likes to dig a den so Dig Guard around your escape-proof yard is recommended so she can have her den. Neima loves to go on hikes and an experienced handler is just what she needs t help her to learn to trust and be comfortable around new things. Neima is a real sweethert especially with a woman she trusts. She will need good daily exercise which will help keep her calm and secure. Transportation help available.  Time is of the essence   please email PamelaJoWolflady2@sbcglobal.net
Urgent - Auburn, CA - Zerk is a beautiful, very large 6-year-old boy about 105 lbs. His handsome conformation appears to be mostly Malamute as he has stocky legs, is barrell chested and has huge feet. He has beautiful yellow eyes and LOVES his treats. He did very well getting a bath and is quite affectionate. He is definitely an escape artist if bored and will chew through fencing, so 9-gauge chain link or wood fencing is recommended for this energetic boy. Keeping him relaxed and calm with hikes every day will certainly help him feel more secure and he would certainly settle into a home he can call his own. He would be best with a nice, large female companion. We were told that Zerk is good with kids but we don't know for sure. A calm and disciplined household with lots of hiking exercise and a large yard for him (and a buddy) would be great for Zerk. He likes his dog bed with fleece blankie and is getting out for two walks every day. Transportation help available. Please contact Pamela Jo if you are interested in this beautyboy at PamelaJoWolflady2@sbcglobal.net   Time is of the essence!  

Here is a little video of Zerk walking with Neima (first part of video; second part is Aphrodite with her Great Pyrenese friend). They are all still quite shy and need a special person who will help them learn to love life!
... and a video of Zerk getting a bath!
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