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Jag

Male Adult Mixed Breed

If you have any questions about Jag, please contact Mountain Pet Rescue Asheville at pets@mpravl.org

Mountain Pet Rescue Asheville

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About Jag

Looking for a fetch buddy and a playmate for your pup? Meet Jag, a 2.5 year old doggo weighing in at 44 pounds!

Jag can be a little shy at first and likes to approach new people on his own terms, especially men, so would probably do best in a home with a doggie sibling to help show him the ropes and to help build his confidence. He would also like a home with a fenced in yard and one that has a healthy amount of toys, especially those of the squeaky variety.

Jag is neutered, microchipped, up to date on all of his vaccinations, dewormed and has been on heartworm and flea prevention while in our care. His adoption fee is $200 and you can apply to meet this handsome boy at MPRAVL.org!

 

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Name
Jag
Age
2 years, 11 months
Gender
Male
Size
Weight
6/3/22- 44lbs
Primary Color
Brown
Secondary Color
Black
Shots up to date
YES
Ok with kids
Not Sure
Housetrained
Not Sure
Hypoallergenic
Not Sure
Spayed/Neutered
YES
Ok with dogs
Not Sure
Ok with cats
Not Sure

Mountain Pet Rescue Asheville

9 Old Pisgah Highway Candler NC 28715

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Barbi

Mixed Breed

Attention: This is a courtesy posting only! This pet is NOT available through Mountain Pet Rescue.  Please do NOT contact MPR for inform... show more

Attention: This is a courtesy posting only! This pet is NOT available through Mountain Pet Rescue.  Please do NOT contact MPR for information about the pet or apply to adopt this pet on the MPR website.  Contact Happy Tails Country Club at info@happytailscc.com or 828-628-8510 for more information or to adopt the pet. Barbi was found roaming along the highway in Greeneville, SC late at night, so we're not sure about her history. So far we've learned she is a spunky, happy, medium-sized, young mixed breed. Barbi is very eager to learn, and she's super food-motivated!  From what we can tell, she knows "sit," and she is likely house-trained (she has not had a mess inside while boarding with us). Barbi is very healthy and very, very friendly... Almost too much! She has a wonderful, bubbly personality. and she seems so incredibly happy to meet every human and dog in sight!  Barbi loves to play with toys and other dogs, although she is still learning the basics of dog etiquette. It doesn't seem like Barbi had a lot of structure in her past life, and she could definitely benefit from learning a few manners. Her new home will also need to meet her needs as a young, high-energy pup!  Barbi does not have a mean bone in her body; she just wants to play and play and play! Thank you so much for helping us find Barbi a home! If you have any other questions, feel free to contact us at info@happytailscc.com or 828-628-8510. show less

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Bear

Shepherd (Unknown Type)

Attention: This is a courtesy posting only! This pet is NOT available through Mountain Pet Rescue.  Please do NOT contact MPR for inform... show more

Attention: This is a courtesy posting only! This pet is NOT available through Mountain Pet Rescue.  Please do NOT contact MPR for information about the pet or apply to adopt this pet on the MPR website.  Contact Noahilles13@gmail.com (preferred) or 828.489.2314 for more information or to adopt the pet. Hey there! So you're looking for a pup?!  Well my name is Bear, and I am looking for a new home. I am a 2-year-old Black mouth Cur (I think), about 65 pounds, spayed, chipped and up to date on all my vaccines. Even though I am not allowed to walk without a leash yet, I do mostly well on a leash when I know where I am. Sometimes things distract me and I get excited, or even scared when I’m not familiar with the trail…hm, maybe that’s why I always need a leash. Either way, I love my daily 1.5 mile walks, and running around my ½ acre backyard; this really helps get my energy out. I don’t want to be picky, but I know a similar situation would be a must-have for a potential new family. Speaking of family, I was adopted when I was 5 months by a family with 2 young boys. I loved the big guy since the car ride home, but it took me a little longer to warm up to everyone else. I think I was really just nervous and scared being so young, because now I usually warm up to most people pretty fast. I play well with the boys, even though I can get a little too excited and have a tendency to knock into them or what they’re working on. I also like other dogs, but similarly, can be on the rougher side. I think it would be important that my new home does not have smaller children or dogs, but I would love another big dog to play with! I should confess that sometimes my love can require a lot more in return. I actually have separation anxiety when the big guy is away, and I can be a bit protective. I usually settle down when he leaves, or when I meet new people, but it can be a little hard for me at first. Really, I just need a lot of love and attention, with a bit of rough housing. Oh right, speaking of housing…I am quite proud of how well I learned to live in a house! Although I can make a mess tearing up my toys, I do not chew shoes or couches, and I always do my business outside! I also learned some basic commands (and a few not so basic) after we found the right training program for me. To be honest though, I may have forgotten a few. You see, I live in a more free roaming house, and the folks here are not really able to keep up with my training. I know in my heart that someone with good training experience, especially with ‘spirited’ pups like me, would be the best match.   Also, there is just a little bit of medical/dietary info you should know; a little while ago I started taking some joint health supplements after I was having some troubles walking. A surgeon had said that I don’t need surgery, but instead if I take these supplements for the rest of my life, I should be fine…so far so good! I also really like raw meats added to my kibble, especially ground turkey or salmon (I think the salmon really helps my joints, too!). I know this and the supplements are little more than most people are used to, but I would love it if you could afford me this…I really don’t require much more than that, not even treats all the time! Just one at bedtime! Well, I really hope you are considering bringing me into your family. Even though I love my current family, I think we are just at different stages in our lives that can make things difficult. Just to recap, I know it would be best if you could devote a decent amount of time and love to me, and use your training experience to keep me busy and on track. I look forward to seeing you in your big yard, and where we will always be walking! Please contact the big guy when you're ready to meet me, or have any questions. Noah Illes, aka ‘the big guy’ Noahilles13@gmail.com (preferred) 828.489.2314 show less

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Cantaloupe

Siamese

Hello!  If you are looking for a mature, well-behaved kitty, I am your man.  My name is Cantaloupe, but my foster mommy calls me her big... show more

Hello!  If you are looking for a mature, well-behaved kitty, I am your man.  My name is Cantaloupe, but my foster mommy calls me her big boy. You see I weigh around 11 pounds.  I love to be petted and loved on.  I give the best nose kisses and face rubs ever!!!  I sometimes leave a little bit of a mess around my litter box, but that is just because I really like to cover my messes. So, a high-sided box would be a good idea.  I love the kitty treats and wet food, but I prefer the dry food.  My meow is loud and so is my purr.  I have been introduced to small dogs; they are ok as long as they don’t eat my food. Toys are a must for me as I live to play still; even though I am around 3 years old, I am still a kitten at heart.  I love to give head butts and get lots of head rubs.  Cantaloupe is a grade 3/4 of 6 heart murmur (depending on which vet was listening to his heart) so this is something to consider and study prior to choosing to adopt him.  He had no problem with his recent neuter surgery thankfully, but any vet performing surgery would need to be aware of this condition.  Currently, he needs no medications but a vet might recommend an EKG and medication as he ages.     All cats are spayed/neutered, microchipped, current on vaccines, FELV/FIV tested negative (unless otherwise listed), dewormed and started on monthly flea preventative.    show less

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Fluffy

Domestic Medium Hair

Look at this majestic white floof!  She is silky soft.  Fluffy was so frightened at first, but given slow and loving care, she made nice... show more

Look at this majestic white floof!  She is silky soft.  Fluffy was so frightened at first, but given slow and loving care, she made nice progress.  At this point, she actually demands pets but is still so nervous about it that she must move away and take a little break and then return for more.  New places will scare her though and definitely new people.  She has come so far, but she needs the perfect adopter.  A quiet home and patience will be key to gaining her trust and letting her love you.  Once she does, she approaches for pets and meals and talks to you.  She will need to be started in a room where there are not hiding places (a bathroom would be great or an empty bedroom, with no bed or dresser to hide beneath).  In that space, you sit and talk and earn her trust before you open up the rest of your home.  I went through this with her, and it was so rewarding to see the progress she made.  If I didn't already have a full house, she would be staying!  She has been fine with other friendly cats after an introductory hissy period (no aggression).  I do not know how she would be around dogs but would suspect calm dogs would be fine.  Apply to adopt to schedule a meet and greet with Fluffy.  Her matching sister, Puffy, was similarly shy and was adopted months and months ago.  Fluffy has been waiting since last January.  She absolutely does not want to be picked up and would do best in a very patient home with no young children or people who feel it is important to be able to pick her up.   Fluffy is current on vaccines, spayed, has been microchipped, FELV/FIV tested negative, been given dewormer and monthly flea preventatitve.   show less