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Adopt Rebel Can I be your new Bestie

Male Adult Labrador Retriever

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Amber Dog

American Staffordshire Terrier

This gorgeous girl is Amber. She has had just about the toughest life a dog could have before coming into rescue and through it all she... show more

This gorgeous girl is Amber. She has had just about the toughest life a dog could have before coming into rescue and through it all she is still the sweetest girl! Amber was picked up as a stray and sent to a high-kill shelter in Louisiana. She came in with a terrible wound in her jaw and riddled with heartworm. The shelter environment dimmed her loving spirit so the wonderful people at Bissell stepped in, had her face repaired, and agreed to pay for the heartworm treatment if a rescue would take her. How could we say no? Amber was a bit shy and reserved at first but with time and patience, she has come around. Her favorite thing is to follow her foster dad around while he goes about his chores. Amber is spayed, up to date on shots, microchipped, and has completed her heartworm treatment. It is likely to be a month or two yet before she has a negative reading, but she does not require anything out of the ordinary now – just normal monthly heartworm preventative. She is crate trained, good on the leash, and loves to ride in the car. She is also good with kids and most other big dogs (and loves puppies) but does not care for little dogs or cats. If you think you can help this girl find the life she deserves, please contact us for an application on Amber by emailing bakerbridgerescue@aol.com. (I also can text or email you some video of this dog!) We transport with rescue Riders llc, the most animal-friendly transport on the road. show less

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Arbie

Hound (Unknown Type)

Meet Arbie, a gangly, lovable hound who loves to play, loves to chase and be chased (by people and bumblebees), and run in her fenced ya... show more

Meet Arbie, a gangly, lovable hound who loves to play, loves to chase and be chased (by people and bumblebees), and run in her fenced yard. She’s an active girl and will gladly exercise with you in the mornings and evenings. She does well on a leash, but will sometimes shy from loud noises, so it’s best to have her secured with a loop leash or harness. She has enjoyed obedience training, and knows Place, Sit, Down, Wait, Come (not great at come when there are no treats). Her favorite reward is lots of scratching! Arbie also loves her puzzle toys (most smart dogs do!), and we try to make sure she has one or two of these a day, as she loves to chew and use her nose. Arbie is housetrained! Will bark to go out (sometimes bark a lot to go out!). And when she goes out, it’s great to have a place within her fence that she is allowed to dig. Also, she would appreciate a few bushes to provide what she thinks is a good hideout. Arbie loves running around in our yard on a long 30’ leash, but she does not get to roam free, as we worry that a loud noise would send her running in an unsafe direction. Arbie was a stray we adopted from a local shelter and we have enjoyed having her as part of our family. Arbie really prefers older kids and adults, as younger kids make her nervous, and bring out some resource-guarding behaviors. She loves my 12 year old grandson and all the adults, and will do great in a home without young children. We have a lot of young children in our family and extended family, and we think Arbie and the little kiddos just aren’t a good mix. This is a requirement for her new home. She also loves to play with most other dogs and has spent a lot of time in a doggie daycare, but she has had occasional spats, so dog introductions with a new family are important to see if they are a good match. I am located in East TN but don’t worry my rescue family uses Rescue Riders, the most per friendly transport on the road. My adoption fee also includes the transport fee and the interstate health certificate fee for transport. Hurry up and get that application in at petpath.org show less

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Boomer

Border Collie

BOOMER is so sweet he will make you forget chocolate exists! Age: 9 months young Breed: Border collie/Australian Shepherd mix Size:about... show more

BOOMER is so sweet he will make you forget chocolate exists! Age: 9 months young Breed: Border collie/Australian Shepherd mix Size:about 30-35lbs He’s very smart and highly trainable. He is shy at first but warms up quickly. He will sort of sniff you and be weary but then when his curiosity gets the best of him and he stand it anymore he makes friends with you very quickly. A fenced area would be good but if you take the time and walk him and bond with him on a leash and give him time to know you are his family a fence will not be needed but he cannot be off leash until he is comfortable and trust you. If you do have a fence and your fence is a chain link you cannot leave him outside unattended because he knows how to climb a chain fence or kennel. If you have a wooden privacy fence or other type he will likely do pretty good. He wants to be with his people and loves to cuddle on your lap. Boomer is socialized with other dogs and has a moderate to high energy level. He is crate trained and will pick himself up when it’s bedtime or time to eat. He’s a great pup and will make his future family so happy. He is also House trained, potty trained, heartworm negative, fully vaccinated and Microchipped. If you are interested in opening your heart and home to this sweeter than chocolate boy write to: petpathorg@yahoo.com with any questions or fill out an application on our site. Here is the direct link to our application https://www.petpath.org/our-adoption-application/ This sweet heart is located in East Tennessee and will be transported to your area by Rescue Riders llc, the most animal-friendly transport on the road. show less