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Reba

Female Puppy American Bulldog American Pit Bull Terrier (mixed)

If you have any questions about Reba, please contact Paws For Life NC at info@pawsforlifenc.org

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About Reba

Adoption Fee: $275

(DOB 11/07/19) Reba is an adorable Bulldog Mix.  She is almost 4 months old and she is very sweet and affectionate.  She is silly and playful but she also loves to lay in a lap and loves to be held and snuggled.  She is currently in a home with 3 other dogs and a cat, and she gets along well with all.  She does pretty well in cars and on a leash.  She is still working on potty training and crate training, but definitely making progress. She currently weighs about 20lbs and we are guestimating that she will probably be 45 - 55lbs once she is full grown.  Reba is full of personality and would love a family to call her own!  As part of her $275 adoption fee, Reba is spayed, microchipped, and up to date on all of her age-appropriate puppy shots.

Please contact us if you have any questions about this little lady. If you wish to adopt Reba, please fill out an adoption application at: http://pawsforlifenc.org/pet-adoptions/apply-for-adoption . 

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Details

Name
Reba
Age
2 years, 9 months
Gender
Female
Size
Small
Primary Color
Black
Secondary Color
White
Shots up to date
YES
Ok with kids
YES
Housetrained
NO
Hypoallergenic
NO
Spayed/Neutered
YES
Ok with dogs
YES
Ok with cats
Not Sure

Paws For Life NC

P.O. Box 338 Youngsville NC 27596

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Todd

Hounds (All Types)

Todd is all the things you love about a true HOUND!  Life will never be boring with Todd.  He knows how to make his own fun and is happy... show more

Todd is all the things you love about a true HOUND!  Life will never be boring with Todd.  He knows how to make his own fun and is happy to share his exuberance for life with you. Todd is quite a character and you are life will never be dull with this fun boy! Todd would LOVE a large fenced in yard (solid 5ft or taller) since he loves to sprint back and forth outside. He is playful and would do well with a furry sibling but doesn't have to have one if he has a playful family member to keep him entertained and throw toys with him. He would also love attending doggie day camp daily if there isn't another doggo in the home; it is one of his favorite things to do. He shares his toys nicely as well.  Todd loves all kinds of activities; walking/running with family, playing with other dogs, playing with toys, going to doggie daycare, hiking and enjoying lots of sniffing around.  Todd has an enthusiam and zest for life that he can not contain.  He will likely surprise you with some hound antics that will certainly make you laugh! You won't be able to keep a smile off your face with this silly, fun, vivacious pup; no more dull days for certain. Todd is good with kids; however, he has not been cat test.  He is very social and loves EVERY body!  He is a great compainion you can take anywhere with you becuase he also loves car rides!  So grab him and take him wherever you go. Todd is learning about house training and doing well.  A family that is home partial or all day is best and will continue to take him out regularly to build on his routine.  Todd is not going to be a good fit for an apartment, condo or townhouse.  He likes to "talk a lot" and his voice would like be heard through the walls.  When excited you can find Todd doing a professional hound baying for everyone to hear!! Note: Todd is only available for adoption within a 1-hour driving radius from Wake Forest.  We will be treating his heartworm soon at our local vet. He is a 4 year old, 40lb Hound mix. As part of Todd's $250 adoption fee, he is neutered, microchipped, up to date on vaccines, and current on his monthly flea/tick and heartworm preventatives. If you have questions about this sweet boy, you can email Dogteam@pawsforlifenc.org.  If you wish to adopt Todd, you can fill in an online application for him under the Adopt a Pet Tab on our website:  www.pawsforlifenc.org show less

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Tyra-Foster to Adopt Option

Domestic Shorthair

This low-key girl is a beauty! Truly a "Top Model" in the feline world! She can walk the catwalk, showing off her lovely fur coat, like... show more

This low-key girl is a beauty! Truly a "Top Model" in the feline world! She can walk the catwalk, showing off her lovely fur coat, like no other. She knows she is unique - with her unusual coloring and bewitching gold and green eyes.  She is a confident and content girl. She doesn't demand much. She will be waiting for you when you come home from work, errands, or whatever it may be you were doing.  She interacts with her people but she’s also content to just sit up high and watch the world through a window. While she is little miss independent she is not shy about letting you know when she wants some loving and attention. She will also let you know when she has had enough of your love and adoration. She prefers to be adored from a distance... she doesn't want to be smothered in your love and affections.  Tyra is happily independent and prefers affection on her terms so she’ll come to you for some petting and she’ll let you know when she’s had enough by giving you a little love nibble.  She never breaks the skin and it's almost as if she’s bidding you thanks because she does it every time. Consider it Tyra’s little quirk. She wants to be your one and only furbaby. She does not care for other cats and dogs. We also think she would prefer not to cohabitate with younger children.   She is available to Adopt, Foster, or Foster to Adopt.   Tyra is spayed and up to date with her vaccinations. She’s been microchipped and has tested negative for FIV and Feline Leukemia.  Put in your application at pawsforlifenc.org and her foster mama will be pleased to answer any questions you may have about this lovely girl.   show less

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Tyson

Hound (Unknown Type)

Are you one who roots for the underdog?  Then go no further than Tyson.  Tyson is partially blind and totally loveable!  Even if it make... show more

Are you one who roots for the underdog?  Then go no further than Tyson.  Tyson is partially blind and totally loveable!  Even if it makes him a little clumsy times, but it is a little bit endearing.  Regardless of his special quality, he can get around and play quite well.  His eye doctor thinks he can see shadows but not clear images.    Tyson has a gentle soul and likes to snuggle up next to you.  Couch potato, lounger, dog bed crasher are all attributes he displays proudly!  While he may be a little bit on the lazy side, he is a great companion and LOVES to be around his people and loves to get pets and scratches.  He is a little shy/timid around new people but warms up to them in a quick minute.      He likes to follow his foster mom around the house while she talks to him, so he knows where she’s going.  When his foster mom is busy, he loves hanging around with his gal pal dog.  She unwittingly serves as his eyes and leads him around the house and yard.  He loves all the furry friends that come and go in his foster mom's house.   He enjoys being outside. A yard with a fence would be best for Tyson as it's easier for him than going on daily walks.  He prefers a quiet home as he gets nervous when there’s a lot going on.  Little kids are too unpredictable, loud, busy for his comfort, but he’s good with older kids/teenagers.  He could be adopted as an only dog or into a family with furry siblings, but admittedly, having at least one other  low-key, friendly dog is probably best.  No male dogs for him—he is a ladies’ man all the way. Staying in touch with his hound-y side, he is not a fan of cats either.   DOB 09/30/2016; 62lb hound mix.  Even though he is a little older, he still loves soft toys, squeaky toys, stuffed toys and he shares them easily.  He, also, loves meal time...yum yum!   Going on car rides with his family is a favorite activity.      He isn't perfect but he sure is close!  We are still working on fully house training and he does love to SMELL tasty food and counter surf and grab a tasty treat if it is close to the edge. He does well in his crate but doesn’t need one as he isn’t a mischievous boy.  So a family ready to continue working on consistency, routine, and proper boundaries with positive reinforcement training will be great for Tyson.   As part of Tyson's $250 adoption fee, he is neutered, microchipped, up to date on vaccines, and current on his monthly flea/tick and heartworm preventatives. If you have questions about this sweet boy, you can email Dogteam@pawsforlifenc.org.  If you wish to adopt Tyson, you can fill in an online application for him under the Adopt a Pet Tab on our website:  www.pawsforlifenc.org show less

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Val

Shepherds (All Types)

First, look at Val’s picture and video. Isn’t she stunning? (Excuse the dirt on her nose in some pics, she helped her fur sister go afte... show more

First, look at Val’s picture and video. Isn’t she stunning? (Excuse the dirt on her nose in some pics, she helped her fur sister go after a few moles in her foster Mom’s backyard.) Obviously beautiful, Val is a 38-40 lb., fun loving, high energy, super affectionate, Shepherd/Border Collie mix (we think), who is looking for a special person to call her own. She loves to follow her human everywhere and prefers to be with them almost constantly. Val learns quickly and appears to be very smart, eager to please, and loves learning new things. Her foster Mom is working with her on basic commands like sit, stay, down, leash walking, and recall and she’s closing those gaps very rapidly. She loves playing for hours on end – clearly happiest when engaged in activities which provide her mental and physical workouts. Her foster Mom thinks she would be a superb candidate for agility or other fun training opportunities. She just needs someone experienced with her type of dog, willing and able to provide the right environment and training, and who will love her to the moon and back! Val gets along very well with the other dogs in her foster Mom’s home, big and little, male and female. She does not want to dominate, just play, play, play! She has not been cat-tested but her foster Mom thinks the urge to herd would be over-powering and she’d likely get scratched up trying that. Herding the other dogs, and sometimes humans, is her favorite sport, right behind playing any type of ball; she has fallen in love with the balls. She’s starting to pick up squeaky toys and carries them around.   She also has never met a human stranger, as long as they are friendly and her foster Mom is there for support. Val’s confidence will grow with time and the right support. Val is house and crate-trained, is quickly learning new skills and how to live in a house with humans. She sleeps in her crate quietly at night but does not like to be crated in the daytime – she’s got too many balls to chase! She is turning out to be an excellent watchdog, too, alerting her foster Mom to any person or other animal coming on their property and appropriately so. She is highly alert and aware of her environment at all times. Because of her breed, intelligence, and athleticism, Val has some specific needs to be happy and safe. Val would do best with an owner who is experienced with herding dogs and understands their needs for mental and physical activities. Because of her strong herding instinct, Val is not recommended for a home with small children or elderly adults. A large, fenced back-yard with at least a 6-ft. high fence is required as she can jump very high without the need for a running start – her legs are like springs. Val is not an apartment kind of dog and would be miserable in that environment and make her human miserable as well. Leaving her crated for long hours while her human is at work would be torture for her. She gets very frustrated and barks/whines loudly if crated during the daytime for any length of time. Her brains, athleticism and sweetness make her an ideal companion and a lifetime source of joy for someone willing who is athletic, has energy and wants to give her a job to do! She is a 2 year old, Shepherd mix. As part of Val's $250 adoption fee, she is spayed, microchipped, up to date on vaccines, and current on her monthly flea/tick and heartworm preventatives. If you have questions about this sweet girl, you can email Dogteam@pawsforlifenc.org.  If you wish to adopt Val, you can fill in an online application for her under the Adopt a Pet Tab on our website:  www.pawsforlifenc.org show less

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Velma

Chihuahua

Velma is a happy girl and isn't too shy to share kisses with you. She can be a bit of a talker so be prepared for a little chatter box.... show more

Velma is a happy girl and isn't too shy to share kisses with you. She can be a bit of a talker so be prepared for a little chatter box. She prefers to be near you but not necessarily on you. She loves attention and allowing you plenty of time to give her lots of pets and snuggles. She loves just being with her person.  Velma doesn't just run up to strangers; she needs a little time to get to know them as she is a bit shy at first. She, also, is not a fan of dog parks so let's not take her there. When meeting new dogs, in general, she needs some time to get to know them before they are buddies. A home (no apartment or condo life) with a solid fenced in yard is what this girl is looking for; Velma is not yet leash trained and pulls when walking. This is something her foster family is begining to work with her on and her new family can definitely continue to work to reinforce with positive training.  She is already house and crate trained which is always a little bonus. Velma sleeps in her crate with her sister Louise. She goes outside 4-5 days for potty breaks and a little fun. When outside, she wants her people to be outside with her. Velma does have a few "habits" and can be greedy with her food, treats and toys. She will resource guard these things, so her family will need to be aware of this and know how to properly work with her on these behaviours. Velma can live in a home with dog-savvy cats but sorry no children, just not their thing. Velma is good with submissive dogs and will need to either be adopted with her sister, Louise or adopted into a family with other furry, friendly four-legged family members. Velma, Chihuahua mix and DOB 06/29/2020.  As part of her $250.00 adoption fee, they are spayed, microchipped, up to date on vaccines, and current on monthly flea/tick and heartworm preventatives. If you have questions about this sweet bonded pair, you can email Dogteam@pawsforlifenc.org.  If you wish to adopt this pair, you can fill in an online application for them under the Adopt a Pet Tab on our website:  www.pawsforlifenc.org show less

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Victoria

Bulldog

(DOB 04/03/2022)  Due to Victoria's young age, she has not yet been spayed.  For this reason, we are ONLY considering local placement (w... show more

(DOB 04/03/2022)  Due to Victoria's young age, she has not yet been spayed.  For this reason, we are ONLY considering local placement (within 1 hour drive time of Wake Forest NC).  Victoria is a cute little girl that is looking for a family with another playful, young, and fun dog(s) in her new home.  As with all puppies, dog socialization is critical at this young age and another dog in the home will help her learn and grow up happy and confident.  She currently lives with other dogs, siblings and cats.  She loves playing with all of them.  If her new family has a dog-savvy kitty in the home that understands Victoria will likely run and chase in a playful way should be fine. No little children though; Victoria is still nippy and putting everything in her mouth - to include little children's fingers, toes and other body parts.  Older children (~10 years+) will be fine with proper adult supervision.   A fenced yard is not required but it is preferred so Victoria can get out a run and play with her furry friends in a safe area.  The fence should be solid and a minimum of 4-5 ft tall.  If her new family does not have a fenced yard, they must commit to 4-5 daily outings.  She loves being outside.  During this time, leash training should be practice since she is at a very young and formative age.  Other training is important during this time so Victoria will learn manners and boundaries...this inludes things like house breaking, crate training, basic commands like sit, down, off, stay, wait, look, etc.  All of these are important queues for puppies to learn young so they are well behaved young adults. Victoria loves playing with all kinds of toys; chewie ones, soft ones, squeaky ones and shares her toys with her siblings.  Someone who is home most of the day since she is young is important.  We don't want puppies crated for 8-10 hours while their family is at work.  An apartment, condo or townhome would be ok if her new family is committed to getting her outside often and she gets the appropriate energy out through walking, running and playing with friends. After a romp and run, Victoria will nap nicely in her playpen or crate.  She will curl up with her siblings for a nice break and then will be ready to repeat all over again. Remember, puppies require a lot of patience and understanding.  They have a lot to learn in this 1st year of life and her new family will need to understand that Victoria will need them to help her grow up confidently and happy.  Puppies make mistakes and have accidents and her new family will need to kind and gently correct her as she grows into a little lady.  As part of Victoria's $275 adoption fee, she will be spayed, microchipped, up to date on age appropriate vaccines, and current on her monthly flea/tick and heartworm preventatives.  If you have questions about this sweet little girl, you can email Dogteam@pawsforlifenc.org.  If you wish to adopt Victoria, you can fill in an online application for her under the Adopt a Pet Tab on our website:  www.pawsforlifenc.org. show less

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Winnifred

Bulldog

Due to Winnifred's young age (DOB 04/03/2022), she has not yet been spayed.  For this reason, we are ONLY considering local placement (w... show more

Due to Winnifred's young age (DOB 04/03/2022), she has not yet been spayed.  For this reason, we are ONLY considering local placement (within 1 hour drive time of Wake Forest NC).  Winnie has a beautiful smile and beautiful markings!  She is looking for a fun and energtic family that has another playful pup in the home.  She will need another dog to help her burn energy and help with important socialization skills at this young age.  Her foster family has other dogs, cat, and 2 of her siblings so having an active home is paw-fect for her.  A family that has dog-savvy cats should be fine as well. Her new family will need to be puppy patient.  Winnifred has lots to learn in her 1st year, and her family will need to be ready for positive reinforcement training and gentle corrections so she can grow into a confident and happy young adult.  Puppies make lots of little mistakes and have accidents and a family who understands the needs of a puppy is what little Winnie is looking for! She loves playing outside with her furry friends so a family that has a solid 4-5ft tall fence would be fantastic.  She loves running around a playing with all kinds of toys...soft, sqeaky, chewy ones and a good game of tug-o-war is always fun!  Winnie has been introduced to her foster families pool, so she may grow into a dog that loves the water...we will have to wait and see.  Winnie could live in an apartment, condo or townhome if her new people are committed to lots of daily (4-5 times) walks, runs, and playtime.  Winnie is too young to be in a home where the family is gone 8-10 hours a day for work, school, etc.  No young children in the home since Winnie is still teething and putting most everthing in her mouth with her razor sharp baby teeth.  Older children (~10 yrs) with proper adult supervision will be ok with little Winnie.  As with all parts of puppyhood, her new family will need to gentle and routinely redirect inappropriate behavior so Winnifred learns how to be a well-mannered young adult pup.  Puppies need lots of different kinds of training; crate training, house breaking/potty training, leash training, and basic manners and commands.  Winnie is looking for a family that will dedicate time each and every day to her growth and learning.  All of these things are important and part of a positive routine for puppies and Winnifred is no exception.  She will need a family that wants to spend time helping her learn! As part of Winnifred's $275 adoption fee, she will be spayed, microchipped, up to date on age appropriate vaccines, and current on her monthly flea/tick and heartworm preventatives.  If you have questions about this sweet little girl, you can email Dogteam@pawsforlifenc.org.  If you wish to adopt Winnifred, you can fill in an online application for her under the Adopt a Pet Tab on our website:  www.pawsforlifenc.org. show less