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|Rescue Me ID: 18-02-26-00096Maribel (female)|
This dog is 1-2 years old, weighs 40-50 pounds and available for 2/21/2018 This dog has been wormed for roundworms and hookworms and vaccinated with a 5 way vaccination on 2/22/2018 This dog has been vaccinated for rabies on 2/22/2018 This dog has received a flea and tick treatment on 2/22/2018 Microchip found? NO
Pike Pet Pals
PO Box 1239
Pike County Waverly, OH 45690 MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 18-02-17-00298Sam (male)|
Sam is a one year old neutered male cattle dog. He has been fully vaccinated including DHLPP, Rabies, Bordetella, Lyme and Canine Influenza. He has been microchipped and heartworm/tick disease tested which were negative and he has been started on preventatives. He has the typical young heeler energy and would be a great running companion. He loves all people, children, dogs and even cats. We would prefer an adopter with a fenced yard and previous herding breed experience if possible. Please contact us for more information on Sam!
Buckeye Australian Cattle Dog Rescue
Stark County Massillon, OH 44646 MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 18-02-12-00111ROSIE (female)|
PLEASE ADOPT ME!!!!! LOOKING FOR LOVE. WE ARE LOOKING FOR A GOOD HOME. ROSIE IS A SWEET BABY GIRL ROSIE. DATE OF BIRTH 7-30-13. WE WERE TOLD SHE IS A WHITE AUSTRALIAN CATTLE DOG. WE THINK SHE IS A WHITE AUSTRALIAN CATTLE DOG/BORDER COLLIE MIX. ROSIE COULD NOT BE SWEETER. SHE LOVES EVERYONE. WHEN ROSIE WAS RESCUED SHE WAS LIVING IN A HORSE TRAILER. ROSIE WENT TO OUR VET'S TO GET UP TO DATE ON SHOTS, HEARTWORM TEST - NEG AND START HEARTWORM PREVENTION, MICRO CHIPPED WITH HOME AGAIN and SPAY. IF YOU HAVE ROOM IN YOUR HOME AND HEART PLEASE E-MAIL. IF YOU ARE INTERESTED PLEASE E-MAIL US WITH YOUR NAME AND TELEPHONE NUMBER.firstname.lastname@example.org THANK YOU. (Less)
Brown Animal Rescue
Brown County Cincinnati/Sardinia, OH MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 18-02-04-00342Ella (female)|
* * * * * * * Ella is an approximately 8 year old Cattle dog mix. She currently weighs around 30 pounds but needs to gain a little weight. When she first came in to the rescue, she couldn't walk. We believe she was hit by a car. After seeing the vet and having x-rays, it was determined her hip was out of joint. She had surgery to repair this and the surgery was successful. There are no long term issues or negative effects from the surgery nor does she require any additional care concerning her hip. Ella is very laid back, rarely barks and loves attention. She is good with the other dog in her foster home. She likes to lie around, especially while recovering from her surgery. But she also enjoys walking around the yard and checking things out. This sweet girl is searching for a special family to call her own. age: 8 years adoption fee: $150 (Less)
Multiple Breed Rescue
Lorain County Elyria, OH 44035 MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 18-01-30-00003Blue (male)|
Blue is a 5yr old neutered male Catahoula/ Blue Heeler mix. He weighs 49 lbs. Blue is a very intelligent guy. He is athletic and ready to do something. He would love to be your running or hiking buddy. He needs an active life style . He is willing to try anything you throw at him. He will take a strong leader but will respect and obey his family. He is great with children and other dogs. He is not good with cats. He is up to date on shots and wormed. He is already neutered. The adoption fee is $125. If interested in meeting this cutie, please email email@example.com or call the foster at 419-779-0862. He is being fostered in Ottawa Lake, Michigan. When emailing please include information about you and your family including other pets. (Less)
Heritage Farms Animal Rescue
Henry County Liberty Center, OH 43532 MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 17-12-05-00415Wally (male)|
Wally needs a family with a fenced in back yard, maybe another dog and humans that are often active with their furry kids. Wally is bored. He has been bounced around from home to home unable to find his place in this world. He is fine for a few weeks in a house but then after the newness wears off and the family stops paying him as much attention as they did when they first brought him home, Wally gets bored and ends up doing what cattle dogs do; finding something to keep himself feeling important. Wally is not a bad dog. He is a very misunderstood dog. He lived at our trainer's house for 2 weeks and the trainer said 'this is a great dog!' Wally needs someone who understands dogs. He is not for a first time dog owner or a dog owner who has never had a herding or Terrier breed before. Wally is house trained, good with kids and other dogs. However, in a group or pack of dogs, he has been known to try to herd them which sometimes does not go over too well. Due to his breed, we do not recommend cats. Although because he is so eager to learn and please, we do believe he can be trained to leave a cat(s) alone. But someone would need to be dedicated to properly training him. We are requiring a homeowner with a fenced yard for Wally and the commitment to do something with him other than take a few walks a day. He needs something to do like hiking, biking, running or agility. This is not because he is a high energy dog. This is because his brain needs something to do, and he needs to feel he serves a purpose. age: 3 years adoption fee: $200 (Less)
Multiple Breed Rescue
Lorain County Elyria, OH 44035 MAP IT!
|Animal ID: 11-19-2017Fusion - PENDING! (male)|
New to OCDRT on 11-19 from a central Ohio shelter Fusion is being fostered in Ravenna OH Fusion is around a year old and 30#. He was very stressed in the shelter and was pulled from the adoption floor to lower his stress and find rescue placement. He is started with his vetting & OCDRT will complete his vetting in the next 3 weeks. Fusion is wicked smart and full of puppy energy. He introduced well to the resident neutered male ACD and he is learning that rude play is not acceptable. Fuse met the resident cats and needs training to leave them alone, but he's willing to comply. He crated quiet overnight and kept his crate clean. He's still letting all the stress & energy go and settling in nicely. Fusion will learn crate training, house training, foundation skills, basic obedience, leash walking, riding in a vehicle, dog, cat, and people social skills. Please allow us 2 - 3 weeks to evaluate him and complete his vetting. Fusion will require an Adopter with prior ACD experience. UPDATE 11/24/2017: Fusion did great at the vet and tested negative for heartworm & tick diseases and his fecal was also negative. He's a happy pup full of energy and orneriness. Fusion LOVES to fetch and is learning many tricks to keep his brain busy. He's really settled well in the week he's been with his foster home and we are seeing great potential in him. UPDATE 1/8/2018: Fusion had his consult with our vet last evening for old injuries to both lower hind legs. He feels Fusion is not a candidate for surgery due to the fact that, these are old breaks that have healed nicely, Fusion is not in any pain, nor does the way he healed hamper his activity or quality of life. Fusion needs to stay at a light weight & kept fit (and that is just simple good care) but otherwise no restrictions, let him be a dog and let him decide what he can and can't do. As you can see from the posted videos, Fusion is happy and active! UPDATE 3/10/2018: Fusion had a meeting & has a deposit to hold him for his Home Support Visit on 3/17 For more photos and video please go to: https://www.facebook.com/pg/OCDRTeam/photos/?tab=album&album_id=881294502045949 (Less)
Ohio Cattle Dog Rescue Team
Wayne County Creston, OH 44217 MAP IT!
|Animal ID: 03-06-2016Laiken - PENDING! (female)|
Returning to OCDRT on 3/6/2018 Laiken is being fostered in Cuyahoga Falls Laiken is a deaf, 2.5 year old, who finds herself returning to OCDRT due to no fault of her own. Life changes and that is why OCDRT always stands behind their foster dogs. Laiken is current on her vetting, including her Lyme & Influenza vaccines, so she can go for those hikes in the woods and attend day care. Laiken is a social butterfly who loves all humans and other dogs, however she prefers children over 10 years and is not a fan of the littler ones. She has not lived with a cat since she was with OCDRT at 5m of age, as always it's a training issue to not chase or harm. She is still crate trained, house trained, and knows her basic sign commands. She is ready to be active with you all day & she loves to snuggle when it's time to relax. Laiken is deaf so ACD experience is required and deaf dog experience is a bonus. A fenced in yard is required for her safe off leash potty and play time. Deaf ACDs are no different than hearing ones, you just have use your body language instead of your voice. UPDATE 3/14/2018: Laiken has a deposit from an approved applicant to hold her for a meeting on 3/25. We will update after her meeting. If interested please email firstname.lastname@example.org for an application to start the process. Below is her prior bio: New to OCDRT on 3/6/2016 from Louisiana. Laiken (LAYkin) is being fostered in Creston Ohio. Laiken is around 5 months old and 31#. Around 10 weeks of age she was owner surrendered to a vet clinic when it was discovered she is deaf. A Rescue stepped up for her and gave her very good care until OCDRT was asked to help. We happily said yes if she could make it to us. After a 2 day transport Laiken arrived very calm and friendly. She did amazing in her transport and was quite the social traveler. Laiken wanted to meet her foster siblings after touring the yard so we complied. She did very well and started playing. We will schedule her spay and microchip (3/24) and finish her vaccines. Laiken will be crate trained, work on house training, foundation skills, and general obedience. She will require an ACD savvy home & deaf dog experience is a plus. Check back for updates as she settles in over the next two weeks. UPDATE 3/14/2016: Laiken has a deposit with an approved applicant to hold her until she is ready to go home around 4/2. For more photos and videos go to https://www.facebook.com/pg/OCDRTeam/photos/?tab=album&album_id=560875044087898 (Less)
Ohio Cattle Dog Rescue Team
Wayne County Creston, OH 44217 MAP IT!
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|PIease Read Before Adopting an Australian Cattle Dog in Ohio|
Australian Cattle Dogs can make good pets in Ohio if they match your IifestyIe. The Australian Cattle Dog is one of the most intelligent dog breeds, needing a lot of attention to stave off boredom. A neglected Australian Cattle Dog can become destructive. Australian Cattle Dogs have strong herding instincts and behave best when they have plenty of space and a job to do. Australian Cattle Dogs are well suited to farms and homes with large yards; they do not do well confined to an apartment or other small space. Australian Cattle Dogs are loyal and very obedient with attentive training. An Australian Cattle Dog tends not to do well with children unless it has known them since it was a puppy. Australian Cattle Dogs may be very close to their masters and reluctant to accept other people.
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