P.O. Box 11
Yoder, CO 80864

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Adoptable Dogs

All adoption inquires must go to Lisa Kavanaugh

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Ozzie

Everyone loves a donut right? Well, I'm kind of like a donut- harmless, I get along with everyone, and not too fancy like a cupcake. I'm Ozzie and I'm a donut. I'm also a Neapolitan Mastiff around 8 years young and I love everyone. Now don't overlook me because I'm not fancy like a cupcake. Now I'm not naming names but there are definitely some cupcakes here at Blue Lion. But like a beautiful woman, they can come with some issues. Not me! And not only do I love everyone but I also get along with all dogs. I'm just a happy guy all around and I would love to get a home of my own. So if you don't want a big challenge and want to give a basic kind of guy a home, contact Lisa and ask for Ozzie!

Willow

So whoever named me sure had a sense of humor. My name is Willow- seriously? Do I look like a "Willow" to you??? Nah, I didn't think so. "Willow" is a pretty girlie girl's name- so NOT me! But that's the way it is so I guess I'll live with it. I'm a 5 year old Neapolitan Mastiff who really needs a home. I'm just as sweet as can be with people but not so much with other dogs. I'm a little jealous. Oh, I don't go all psycho when I meet them- I just don't want to live with them. I want my mom and dad to spoil just me!!!!And, believe me, I know I'm not gonna win "Miss Neapolitan Mastiff USA" or anything- I've seen myself in the mirror- but sometimes you just gotta give an ugly girl a chance. We are FULL of personality! The only other thing is that I need some ointment put in my eyes a couple of times a day and I don't see too well. Other than that, I'm an easy keeper! I'm spayed and up to date on shots so all you need to do is e-mail Lisa and tell her you want Willow!

ADOPTED!

Attila

So it's time for me to blow this place and find a home of my own! My name is Attila and I am a Tibetan Mastiff mix. I was in a shelter- sick and very skinny. Lisa saw my pic and decided to rescue me. Let me tell you, she had a long road ahead of her in order to get me in good condition. While I was in boarding (waiting for my ride to CO) I was rushed to the vet- turns out I hadn't pooped in a LONG time and no one really noticed. Well, the vet took care of that problem- I won't go into details but you can just imagine….it was rather mortifying BUT I felt so much better! Then I wasn't all that interested in food so Lisa had to jump through hoops to get me to eat. Now I'm pretty good on that front and I've gained a bunch of weight. Lisa took this pic in July but now that it's December, I look like a Wooly Mammoth! So back to me getting a home of my own….I get along with other dogs but don't like someone trying to be dominant .Truly, my dream home is to be the only dog being fawned over by my mom and dad 24/7. However I do know that someone has to go out and work to pay for food so I guess I could deal with not being catered to all the time! I am a big lover and if you're sitting on the couch watching tv, you may find me climbing on your lap for some affection. I am neutered and up to date on shots- in other words, I'm ready to be adopted! Now which of you wants a wooly mammoth in your house????

ADOPTED!

Sadie

Am I not the prettiest Tibetan Mastiff you've ever seen? And I'm just as sweet as I am beautiful! I was in a shelter in AZ and Lisa was going to take me but then I got adopted! Sounds good, huh? Not so much….turns out I have some separation anxiety and my new owners weren't up for that challenge. Soooo, in the end I came to Blue Lion anyway! Well, we all know that having some friends around usually fixes separation anxiety and there are a lot of friends here! So I think the home I need should have at least one other big dog for me to play with. Either way, you may want to leave me in the backyard while you're gone. Now some people may not like this idea but, folks, I'm looking for a FOREVER home and if that's what it takes, it's fine with me. Now that might not work too well if it's really hot outside….the only other teeny weenie issue I have is that I'm a counter surfer. I love to snag food off the counter. It would be so much easier if you gave it to me! But, if you don't leave yummy stuff up there, this won't be an issue. But my dynamic personality and loving nature far overwhelm any negativities I may have. After all, no one is perfect! You can't have all this beauty and not have ANY "issues"…So, if you think you would like to give me a FOREVER home, e-mail Lisa and ask about Sadie!

ADOPTED!

Sasha
I haven’t been here a really long time but did you know this place is like the “United Nations” for dogs? Geez, there are a bunch of dogs who were born in other countries- including ME! My name is Sasha and what a life I’ve had. You see my owners bought me as a pup when they were living in Spain, then flew me to the US when they moved here and suddenly when I’m almost 8 years old, they decide to sell their house and move to a rental where they can’t have a big dog. Well, ain’t that a kick to the old self esteem! So let’s see if I can find a new home where I will actually be cherished and valued. Here’s the skinny on me…I was raised with other dogs and cats and kids over 4 years old. I’m housebroken, kennel trained, spayed and up to date on shots. I love attention like most Boxers and I love to play in the sprinkler! I also love to play Frisbee and I’m pretty good at it if I must say so myself. I really am a good girl and deserve a “forever” home- not just a home til you move. So let’s get the show on the road- we are now taking applications!!!

Sarge

I'm baaaaaack......
Yeah I was adopted last year by a really great couple who had another dog and we did great. Unfortunately my mom and dad split up and since he's a fireman working 24 hour shifts, he couldn't keep me. What a bummer- I was really loving having a home of my very own. But now I'm back at Blue Lion and looking again to get a FOREVER home. By the way, my dad said I had been a perfect dog during the year I was with him. Anyway, I thought I'd give you my previous bio since it worked to get me a home last year. Here it is:
So Lisa hasn’t really been into Boxers before but now that Vera is here and she loves our breed, Lisa’s open to having some of us around. Probably because we’re smushy faced and have Mastiff attitude. Anyway, my previous owner called and said that she had an aggressive boxer she needed to surrender. She had adopted me from a shelter years before and then told Vera that I had bitten her kid 4 years ago but they were only deciding to give me up now! She said I was getting progressively worse and she was afraid of me. LOL! I can’t believe she said all that nonsense about ME!! So Lisa and Vera told them to bring me down. My “dad” and his mom brought me down to Blue Lion. My own mother didn’t bother to come to see where I’d be living or say “goodbye.” When we got there Lisa walked right up to us and handed dad a clipboard with paperwork, told him to fill it out and give her the leash. She and Vera were going to take me for a walk. Whoa…they just took control right then and there. I was thinkin’ there’s a new sheriff in town! They brought me back to where my dad was standing and Lisa said “couldn’t you bring me a challenge? He’s a piece of cake!” She couldn’t believe that my mom was afraid of me. Anyway, I went into a kennel for a few days. The first time Lisa came in to feed me I barked at her. Well she just told me to knock it off. Can you believe it? This chick doesn’t kid around! And, believe me, I did quit barking. A few days later Lisa introduced me to Vera’s Boxer family and they were all great! I’ve been living inside with them in Vera’s house and we are just one big happy family. I even get to sleep in bed with everyone! And, unlike some others who shall remain nameless, I allow Vera to shift in bed and then settle down again around her. Those others wouldn’t move if a bomb hit the place! Vera says I am the best trained out of all her dogs. So here’s the basics about me: I’m 6 years old, neutered, I like most other dogs, including males unless they are really dominant although on this property that hasn’t worked out so well for me. We can forget the story of how I went after Mack, a big Tibetan Mastiff because I thought I was bigger and badder…that really wasn’t such a smart move on my part. A minor momentary lapse in judgment…. ? But, like I said, for the most part, I get along with most other dogs. I’m leash trained although sometimes I pull if you let me get away with it- hey, a guy has to try! I need a dominant owner- one who doesn’t let me get away with stuff. I’m an incredible guy and very loving- MUST love kisses! Vera said she will only adopt me out to a family with older kids or no kids and it has to be the perfect home for me. So all you people out there that want a perfect Boxer (and who doesn’t???), contact Lisa and we’ll get this party started.

Lyla

I know you want me, I know you want me, I know you want ME!!!! I’m Lyla and I’m a South African Boerboel. I’m 7 years old and would love a great home of my own. Like most Boerboels, I need a strong owner. Once I know we are a pack, I’ll be very affectionate and playful. I get along with other dogs too as long as we are introduced properly. Really, truth be told, I have no “issues” except for prey drive (no small animals please!) I’m just about perfect! My previous owner didn’t appreciate the perfection he had in his house because he got in a lot of trouble and went to jail for a long time. That’s how I ended up at Blue Lion. I live with a crazy Cane Corso so when people come over, I just let him act like the bad ass he thinks he is and stand by and watch people’s reactions! Makes me laugh every time! I have lots of energy and love to run so maybe I could find an active home without small kids? But do your research about Boerboels to see if I am the right fit for you. I am a guardian breed!

Thor

Yep, I’m all that and a jar of peanut butter as Vera likes to say. I’m Thor and I’m a Mastiff mix. Mixed with what you ask? Don’t know…my daddy was on the lam….Anyway, Vera was out in California picking up some dogs from shelters and she was asked to take me too. The shelter people said I was going to be put down that day if Vera couldn’t take me. Well, Vera wasn’t about to let that happen so she loaded me up and here we are. I’m a really sweet guy with a few “quirks.” First I don’t like other dogs. Probably no cats either. Second I dig which is great if you need a grave digger but not so much if you’re trying to keep me contained. I escaped once from the enclosure I was in and Lisa found me sitting right outside the fence. I wasn’t trying to run away- it’s just that fencing looks like jail to me which brings back memories of “we are going to put him down if you don’t take him.” So if you decide that you just can’t live without this handsome hunk of a boy, I’m going to suggest that for the times that you are gone and can’t take me with you, you put up a kennel with fencing on the ground (with dirt over it) so I can’t dig. That’s what Lisa did and I haven’t escaped since. Of course when you’re home I want to be inside with you. We could hang out and watch football and eat brats….I’d even watch girlie stuff if I have to but don’t mind me if I fall asleep watching something like figure skating. Lisa’s working with me on leash training but I’m a powerhouse so I really need a strong owner. The best thing about me aside from the fact that I’m so darn handsome is that I love people! Older kids would probably be really cool too! Give me a chance to be the dog you’ve always wanted. I won’t disappoint you!

Meathead

So I know Emma’s been talking about me so I may as well introduce myself. I’m the infamous Meathead and I’m an American Bulldog mix. Does the name make sense now? So blah, blah, blah about how we were abandoned and such and the fact that I was stealing Emma’s food. She’s such a whiney baby. Not me! I’m on to bigger and better things. I’m still pretty young and have my whole life ahead of me- I’m not gonna focus on the past and be all needy like Emma. I’m only around 2 years old, up to date on shots and neutered. I want a home with someone who is pretty active and will play ball with me. I’ll even go running with you if you want. Then we can pig out on the sofa and watch tv. Sound good? I would prefer to be the only dog but if you have another like sized dog and are willing to feed us separately I could probably deal with that. Since I fancy myself a ladies man, I would only want to be paired with a female. And I suspect cats would be a no-no. Now I’m not positive on that but I’m just sayin’….Since Lisa doesn’t know if I was raised with little kids, she’s putting the kibosh on that too. Better safe than sorry she always says…So all you people who want a handsome dude to go do stuff with? I’m your man- contact Lisa about me.

Mr. B
Mr. B
My name is Baron but you can call me MR B! As you can see, I am a gorgeous Dogue de Bordeaux -- fo those of you who don't speak French, loosely translated that is "beautiful, big a$$ dog with a French accent" ... oh hell yes, I can bark in several different languages. I am as talented as I am handsome.
Like all the dogs here at Blue Lion, I'm from somewhere else and I have a story to tell. My story isn't as awful as some, but it wasn't much of a fun life. I just sat tied in a dumpy back yard and they "sorta" fed me when the felt like it, and that wasn't often. So I lived in a dirty yard and wore this filty dirt encusted collar and was slowly starving to death. One day I thought ... "hmmmm... I wonder what this rope tastes like" ... so I commenced to munch on the rope and I have to tell you, it did NOT taste good but it also wasn't very sturdy. So I was bored and hungry and I munched away on my rope and -- as we say in France -- "WA LAH!" The rope was now just a little piece hanging from my dirty collar. It occurred to me that somewhere in this neighborhood somebody might have food and so of course, I fired up the turbos and left that yard far behind me.
It's probably no surprise that two things happened -- very shortly I was picked up as a stray and was taken to the dog jail. I have to say it was cleaner than my yard and I had food and water, so compared to where I came from, it was like staying at the Hilton. It never occurred to me that the people where I had been (I will NEVER call them "my family") did not come to get me. They never loved me and I don't know why they ever got me in the first place. So my "owner reclaim" period came and went and I got lucky because Lisa at Blue Lion said I could come here and wait while I find a real home.
The down side to that was that I was on a different side of the country, but there were good people at the shelter and they hooked me up with a foster home until I could catch a ride to Colorado. While I was in the foster home I became acquainted with the concept of a bath. OMG that is like heaven. Clean at last, thank God I am clean at last! What a wonderful feeling!
So here I am at Blue Lion, ready to come and be your best boy ever! I've got a great attitude and I am a handsome guy with a serious approach to taking care of my family and their stuff.
There are a couple of little details you need to know. First, when I come into your life, you absolutely ain't gonna need any other dogs, so my agreement with you is that I will be an only dog. Second -- a couple of people have inquired as to whether I like cats? Honey, if I don't want to live with another dog, hello, why would you think I would want to live with a CAT for heaven's sake? Exactly. CATS? OK, I've got a point for you to ponder regarding me and a cat ... it's pretty basic, but try to keep up. Here we go, ponder this: "Tastes Like Chicken" ... if you got me at your house, you don't need no cats or other dogs.
Questions?
Good. So get in touch with Lisa and let her know she needs to hook you up with Mr B. You won't regret it.
Sweetie Sweetie

Hi, I'm Sweetie and I think just MAYBE my life has (finally) found a "happily ever after." Talking to the other dogs here at Blue Lion (holy cow, these guys put the B in BIG!) I'm feeling more secure than I have ever felt before in my life.

My life. Well today is 4/24/10 and my milk is almost dried up but I have no clue where my babies are. They probably died and I just pray their few days or hours of life went quickly and that they didn't suffer.

I sit with a full belly in a warm bed and watch the rain outside and listen to the wind. I think about my life. Maybe after you read my story you can come visit me and help me understand.

I don't know why those people tied me to a tree and left me. I have always tried to be a good dog. I was a ratty, skinny dog but I was loyal to my people. I could have chewed though my tie, but I was trained to wait for my person to come for me. I believed they would come and help me. Surely they didn't intend to just leave me there. I was tied to that tree for three days. No food, no water. People saw me and they just passed on by. Some of them even had dogs. How could people see me tied there day after day, but just keep walking by like I was just so much trash in the park ... how could they do that and then say they love animals?

But that was only the beginning. After waiting in the heat of the Texas days and the nights all alone, I laid down. I knew I was going to die and I figured my babies were already dead. I was so weak, but the worst was yet to come. Some high school age kids came by and they came over. I raised my head because I thought they were going to help me. No help. Turns out they just wanted to watch me die and see maybe how much pain I could take before I died.

Then it began. They began to stone me. Yes they hit me with rocks, bottles, bricks, sticks, whatever they could find. And they kept hitting me. And laughing, and jeering at me as I tred to get away from the hail of pain. I wonder if any of these kids believe in God? I hope they don't live with pets. My God, I just wanted to die so that I couldn't feel the pain anymore. I had done nothing wrong, I had hurt no one. Why would they do this to me?

And the stoning continued with a hailstorm of pain. Some of the braver ones came and kicked me. Yes, it takes a real man to kick a dog that is tied without food or water and can no longer stand. They must be very proud of themselves. And it didn't stop, and I closed my eyes so I couldn't see what they were doing to me. But I could still hear the laughter and jeers. Some people passed on by on their way somewhere. They looked the other way like they didn't see what was happening. I lay there and waited for it to be over and hoped God would let me die soon. Houston Tx, I hope you are proud of your teens and their values. What kind of homes do these children come from? My God I wanted it to be over.

See the thing about stoning a living being is that it is a process more than an event. A bullet in the head is an event. I was in bad condition when my owner abandoned me but after being left tied without food or water for 3 days I was weakened. I could not have run away if they had let me loose. The stoning first caused me pain, and the accumulation continued to cause increasing agony, and would eventually culminate in death after destroying tissue and breaking bones. But there was an intervention and the children were unable to continue their horrific game. A woman saw and was unable to just ignore what was happening. She stormed up and challenged my attackers, and of course they ran. Cowards always run, even in Texas.

So the lady rescued me and took me back to her apartment and took care of me. I thought I was safe, but I was wrong. She rescued me. But she couldn't keep me. A plea went out for help or I would have to go to the animal shelter. Blue Lion stepped up and brought me here to Colorado. I have good food and good shelter with kind hands to care for me. I have good medical care and I am being treated for Heartworm as I am Heartworm positive. But the important thing is that I am safe and have friends to visit and life is better now than it ever has been. But I would really like to find a home where I will be loved and cared for and maybe even get a toy or two at Christmas. Is that a lot to ask? I don't know. What do you think?
Gretha
Greta
Well, I am Greta the Presa Canario and I'm probably about 5 years old now. I'm a sweetie with my people but I am definitely a Presa and I am a dominant girl. I will do best as an only dog and my person needs to have an assertive personality and some exeprience with breeds like mine. I have so much potential to be the dog you will remember as the best dog you ever had -- I just need to find that special person who will appreciate me for who I am but help me know they are my leader. I'm hoping you will come visit me and give us a chance. Please?

I came from a shelter in Kansas where a breeder dumped a whole litter of us and that little shelter had no clue what we were and adopted us out ... and so then when we started growing up people brought us back to the shelter and most of us ended up at Blue Lion.



Trudy

Yo people! I’m growing old here waiting for a new home! Tick tock, tick tock, time’s a wastin’! What are you waiting for? My name is Trudy and I am a mahogany Neapolitan Mastiff. I am nearly 5 years old and have never had a home of my own. I came to Blue Lion from a puppymill way back in 2009 and I'm still here! Waiting and waiting for someone to pick ME! All my brothers and sisters were adopted and even some of our parents but geesh...what's a girl gotta do to get a home? So let me tell you about me and we'll see if we can finally get this done. I'm kinda shy but a real lover when I get to know you. Except for not liking other dogs, I'm an easy keeper! Since I'm not exactly graceful , I would probably knock over small children and their running around might scare me a little so I'd do best with older patient kids or no kids at all. Now I'm not gonna lie, you're going to have to teach me to be the dog you want but I really want to please you so I can keep my forever home. I'd be happy just hanging out with you! How easy is that? Whaddya say????

BERTHA
Bertha
I'm Bertha ... and no, I'm not one of the infamous Butt Sisters ... I'm Bertha the Presa Canario and it should tell you something when I tell you that the best day of my life was the day I was removed from my home because of neglect. The officers came and got me and I thought "Well, things have got to get better because at least I'm maybe not going to be bred again, or at least maybe not right away soon."

I had these awful bite wounds on my legs and head and the Humane Society was really worried about how to treat me ... me being one of those big bad Presa Canarios they write stories about and all, doncha know. So I just went belly up and asked for a good rub -- I figured "what the hell, if you're afraid to dress my wounds, maybe you'll rub my tummy." Well, that worked and, in fact, the people at the Humane Society were totally won over and were lining up to figure out how to help old Bertha get the hell outta Dodge.

So, long story short, I'm about 7 years old. I'm now spayed and healthy. I ADORE PEOPLE, SIMPLY ADORE THEM. I get alone fine with other dogs but I am a little OCD about being the teacher's monitor -- so when the alpha person at the house feels a need to correct any of the other dogs, I'm really big on being right there to provide back up because there is absolutely no way anybody is going to do anything stupid with my new meal ticket. Ain't gonna happen.

So, if you don't have any other dogs, or if you're good with having a big pretty girl watch your back and help you maintain order at your house ... you come on down to Blue Lion and tell Lisa that you have an appointment to meet Bertha. I'm waiting for you and ain't nobody gonna ever treat you as good as Bertha. I guarantee it.
Beefy
Beefy
Well, here I am again. People are such putzy creatures, I swear to you. OK, here's the deal. I'm Beefy and I'm a Mastiff Wannabe. I came to Blue Lion about 3 years ago and we all thought I was a Mastiff ... but then I quit growing at about 55 pounds (so would that make me the world's only Mini Mastiff??). So then I was adopted.

I went to a family that I just adored and I thought they liked me too. I got along fine with their other dog and with the new baby, but then they didn't crate me and I was a typical puppy and I felt it was important to add a few of my own designer touches to their house. Boy that did create a real stir with them. You cannot imagine how upset thse folks were ... and honestly, if they would have put me in a crate when they went out, it would never have happened. What the heck do people expect? I'm a dog, not a preschooler for heaven's sake!

So, long story short, here I am back at Blue Lion chasing my tail and waiting for someone with some common sense to come visit me. So ... I'm neutered, very friendly, about 3 years old, nobody has taught me much of anything and I would love to get some obedience training cuz I'm a real little smarty pants. I'm hanging in a kennel with Clare Bear who is a dog woman who knows her own mind ... and her mind is that she is gonna run things. OK, I like an assertive woman, and I can deal with that. She eats first and my bowl is next to hers but I like to let the old girl think she's really in charge, so I wait until she's done and there's always plenty left for me. I'm not currently housebroken but I swear to you it's only because nobody was willing to take the time to teach me ... I'll learn PDQ if you give me a chance.

Come on out to Blue Lion and let's discuss how I can add that special something to your life and you can take me home and we can be a happy family. Come on and meet me .. don't forget .. ask for BEEFY.
cricket
Cricket
Well hello there ... I'm Ms Cricket and I'm a Pit/Boxer mix. I ended up in rescue because I don't like children (nobody has ever asked me WHY I don't like kids, so I guess it doesn't much matter WHY anymore). So people tell me that kids will grow on you. OK, so mange grows on you too, and nobody thinks it's odd when a dog doesn't like mange. Nope, I don't have mange and I don't want kids either. So I ended up here at Blue Lion. I'm real smart and I'm very sweet with adults and with other dogs. Cats ... mmmm..... probably not so much. I am very food motivated and you can get me to do about anything (except like kids) for food. I'm about 6 years old and I've been spayed. I'd love to come live with you forever! We could have such fun!
clare bear
Clare Bear:
OK, so I'm Clare Bear and I am not sure what the heck has happened to me but my buddy and I got out of the yard; we were picked up as strays and our mom and dad came and took my buddy home but they left me at the shelter! I was pretty broken hearted but ... I'm a Boxer/Pit Bull mix and so I bounced back pretty fast and now I'm looking for a family that will really appreciate me as their one and only dog. I am with some other dogs now but I really would rather be an only dog as sometimes I just have this overwhelming need to slap the snot out of the other guy I live with. That being said, you need to know that when I'm out walking (or running) with you, I'm a lady and don't bother anybody else. I am spayed, would love to hook up with someone who needs a running buddy. I find 6' fences to be not much of a challenge, so you'll want to be sure I don't spend time alone in the yard. Call me and let's go for a run! I need somebody to look after!
Tye
Tye:
Something missing in your life? Yep I thought so ... that missing something would be ME! I am the lovely Lady Tye and I am a spayed Great Dane mix with a great sense of fun. I love to be with my people, but I really strongly prefer that they not have little animals because they're not very substantial squeek toys and, if you've got me ... who in the world else do you need? I'm not as large as a Great Dane, but I'm a big girl, I'm very sweet, and I love attention. Typically I get along just fine with other big dogs, but you are going to want to feed us separately to avoid any food issues. Please give me just one little chance to show you what real puppy love is all about. You need me in your life!
baby
Baby:
"Ya musta been a beautiful BABY, 'cuz BABY look at me now!" Yep, I'm all that and a bag of chips! I'm a sweet girl, love people and boy am I a terrific mouser -- you'll never see another of those little snots running around ever, trust me on that! I'm a 8-9 year old American Staffordshire Terrier who lost my happy home in Denver because of the Pit Bull Ban. I'm such a neat girl! Although I'm not a team player with other dogs (= I need to be an only child), I'm great with people and I've got a ton of energy. I'm spayed and what in the world is not to love! You are going to have to remember that I need to really feel loved because I can get out of a 6' fence. Come visit me!!
nuchka
Nuchka:
Need a high styling princess with a sense of humor? Yeh? Then you need me!! I'm Nuchka, a sweet sweet Lab/Mastiff mix and my very favorite thing is to wear bandanas. I'm your classic "plug and play" dog ... I'm spayed, current on my shots, housetrained and very friendly with people. My owners didn't want to crate me and then were surprised as a puppy when I acted like a puppy in the house and pulled cushions off the couch and stuff like that. You know, if they wanted a rocket scientist, they should have gone to NASA instead of pulling me out of that shelter ... so anyhow, at the end of the day, they decided they liked their couch cushions more than me and I was sent packing. So I'm older now, and I'm crate trained, and I really really REALLY want m own family to love. I'm good with other dogs as long as they understand that Princess Nuchka runs the show ... and of course, you need to feed us separately. Call me and let's get together!
lacy
Lacy:
I'm Lacy and I'm such a cutie. I'm about 6-7 years old and a happy Pit Bull mix. My claim to fame is my eyes -- one is blue and one is hazel/amber. I love to play and I get along well with other dogs. I am crate trained. I think I was probably a landscape designer in a previous life. Left alone outside, I sometimes have this overwhelming desire to dig, so if you don't want me to get involved in a backyard makeover, you'll want to crate me in the house if you're going to be away for awhile. The upside to me is that if you do have a landscape project going on and you need some help digging holes for the shrubs, I've got real potential to be your best assistant ever! Come on over and visit me and you're going to wonder how you ever got along without me!
isabelle Isabelle:
Hi I'm Isabelle and my previous owner claims I am a Fila Brasiliero ... and I don't remember my parents, but if I'm a Fila, I missed the DNA strand about temperament because I absolutely love everybody I meet, and I'm good with other dogs. It may be that I'm a Fila mix -- look at my picture though ... have you ever met a prettier girl? No? I didn't think so! I'm a real busy girl -- if the world could harness my energy, we wouldn't need to worry about oil shortages. Now, let me tell you about fences ... if you put me in one and ignore me, I'm gonna bark and maybe I'll go looking for somebody to play with, but I'm in a 6' fence here and I haven't tried to get out because I know I am loved and I like it here ... get my drift? My last owner put me on a chain to keep me in the yard, and I really hated that. Eventually they gave me up because two brain cells finally rubbed together and they decided that chain thing wasn't "fair" ... duh .. well, hello folks, welcome to the party. So that's the deal -- love me and I'll love you; make me know I'm loved and part of the family and I'll respect your fence. I'd prefer not to live with cats.
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