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|Rescue Me ID: 14-03-19-00087Annie (female)|
Annie....Sweet Annie.... ohhh where do I start...too much to say to put it all here. I am going to specify that Annie is a little Special Needs & is not for the average adopter or the weak of heart. She has no physical handicap ...it's all in her head and will continue to improve with time and the right home who will continue to build her confidence up. So if you are not patient, don't have a soft voice and slow hands, and don't have the time or willingness to do what it takes to build trust, confidence, and put lots of love into a lifelong companion... please do Annie & I a favor and click next as there are many happy go lucky pooches available who also need homes. Annie was one of the last 2 dogs taken in by paws and prayers from a hoarding situation. She came in with Honey (if any of you are following her story). Absolutely Horrified to human touch. Lived her life in a couple feet high man made outside pen isolated from the world. The real world is just frightening for her. I have been fostering Annie for 3 months now & she has come far but she is far from perfect. Yet I feel it's time to put her picture up & give her a chance at finding her forever home. She is crate trained but not completely housebroken if you don't keep an eye out. She LOVES her brothers/sister playmates. She is difficult on a leash at times but improving. Really enjoys toys and blankets, plays nice. She doesn't usually come when called but she will follow you every where once she starts to trust you. Sometimes you just have to 'herd' her the direction you want her to go and establish a routine so she knows the drill. I used to keep a leash on her at all times when loose cuz I could catch the leash but not her :) Now sometimes she runs and sits in a corner and I can gently pick her up. She can bark A LOT when she is uncomfortable or nervous especially when skeery strangers come over...oh my! She really needs a secure fence as she is a high initial flight risk until she trusts u. However, now that she knows she is safe here...she will often scratch down the door in a panic to get inside when she is outside....certainly doesn't want to run away. I can now pick her up regularly and she doesn't freak out and claw me to death to get away. I can trim her nails and rub her tum tum. She no longer looses her innards when i touch her. She plays a little with me. When my big dogs get ruff with me and she thinks they might be hurting me she actually runs over and gets between them and me & licks them and pushes them away trying to look out for me and protect me...it's so sweet. Today she stood in the doorway and looked at the latest horrified dog I took in as it huddled in the corner... Annie barked as if to say what is wrong with you girl...come on over and play!!! Wow Annie....you have come a long way girl!! Annie is young adult around 2yrs old, would be best with confident friendly 4 legged companions, and a secure fence. Spayed, heart worm negative, DHLPP, Rabies, Dewormed. Her adoption fee is $100. I would love to fill this page with fluffy fun comments but Annie needs a special person so I am keeping it real! There are some awesome people out there that are just what Annie needs....I hope this post reaches one of them!!! Serious inquiries feel free to fill out an application at www.pawsandprayers.org and or contact her foster mom Jenn with further questions @ JennBaby13@gmail.com Thank you for reading about Sweet Annie....... (Less)
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|Rescue Me ID: 14-03-13-00334Ginger (female)|
[Read About Natural Seizure Care] This is Ginger and she is 7 years old this past winter. We believe she is purebred Collie, but not sure. The main issue is she is very fearful and flighty of being outside. When she was a puppy the neighbors were setting off commercial grade fireworks, so the is very fearful of being outside. Also during this puppy time my mother had a pulled muscle in her hip and so Ginger was never properly house trained. I can walk her outside but my 69 year old mother can not get her out side when she is here alone. Even when she does go out, most of the time I don't believe she does anything. Also because of her flighty nature, she has not been to the vet in a couple of years. On to the second problem, once every 4-6 months she will have some sort of a 'seizure.' It does not happen very often, but when it does happen it is a huge mess and a very disturbing scene for the grand kids should they happen to be here. She looses all bowel movements, slobbers, and vomits during the episode. She will try to get up and will stumble and fall over herself. Because of flighty nature she is not a good watch dog for my mother who stays mainly by herself. Thank you for your consideration in this matter. (Less)
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|Rescue Me ID: 14-02-24-00145HANK (male)|
Hank is one of the 36 pups we rescued from a hoarding situation. They were semi feral with very little human contact. Their days consist of sharing a 8 by 10 kennel and 3 dog boxes with 12 other male and female and feeding once a day with kibble from a feed meal being tossed on the ground, which consisted of dirt and their feces. These boys and girls have come a long way. If you would like to add a loyal and well deserving addition to your family, feel free to contact me. Fenced yard preferred, as if they do get loose from owner they will run and may not come back. Although these dogs are great with coming to me, I have had them for a couple of months. They are really shy in meeting new people, but then after adjusting, super sweet, appreciated pups. thanx 330-316-9857 or visit my Facebook page to read about their story. Ramona Hartleben Louisville, OH (Less)
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|Rescue Me ID: 14-02-03-00518Hank (male)|
Hank is one of the 36 pups we rescued from a hoarding situation. They were semi feral with very little human contact. Their days consist of sharing a 8 by 10 kennel and 3 dog boxes with 12 other male and female and feeding once a day with kibble from a feed meal being tossed on the ground, which consisted of dirt and their feces. These boys and girls have come a long way. If you would like to add a loyal and well deserving addition to your family, feel free to contact me. Fence yard preferred, as if these pups get loose from their owner, they may not come back. Although they are good with coming to me, I also have a fenced yard. These pups are shy at first meeting new people, but then after adjusting they become super sweet, appreciated pups. thanx 330-316-9857 or visit my Facebook page to read about their story. Ramona Hartleben Louisville, OH. (Less)
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Collie Dogs can make good pets in Ohio if they match your IifestyIe. Collies, or Rough Collies, are loyal, devoted, and protective dogs. Most Collies are excellent companions for children. Collies are natural herders and may nip at people's heels when they are puppies. Collies respond well to gentle obedience training. Collies are best suited to loving families with a decent sized yard but can adapt to apartment life. Collies are easy to housebreak.
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