Handsome Rye is a four or five year old Rottweiler with a full tail who weighs about 75 pounds.. He is calm and quiet and is a reserved dog with people he does not know, which is typical of his breed. He adores his people and needs a bit of time to get used to his surroundings and to know who his new friends are. He is not difficult just reserved. Rye likes to carry his stuffed toys around and show them off, he is soft natured and wants to please. He is a sensitive soul that needs a home that trains in a positive manner. While he is currently in a foster home with other smaller dogs he would do best as an only dog. He is not a dog park dog and will not be adopted to people who use dog parks. He has been around other dogs, but thrives when he is the main focus of the household. He is very interested in cats and we have not had him in a home with cats so that is unknown but prefer a cat free home. He will benefit from more education with obedience work but has the basics down like: Sit down come and no. This dog would do well in a "learning/ training" type home that lives that lifestyle so he can use his smarts and expand his horizons. He is smart and loyal. He has shown slight reactivity to other dogs on leash in some situations, so Rye will need an owner who will manage that and work on improving it. Rye loves being brushed and is great for his bath and force dryer as well as when he gets his nails dremeled. He rides well in the car and likes to go for outings. This is a dog that will make an amazing best friend. Rye needs an owner that has had similar breeds and has clear dog skills, he is an amazing boy, but is not a starter dog. We will be looking for a human to match his smarts and loyalty. Adoption donation is $275.00 to an approved match that fits his needs. If you are interested in Rye is application can be found at http://www.rescueeverydog.org/Adoption.php
Mandatory fenced yard. No apartments. Some Condos and homes with a private use fenced yard maybe considered. Donations cover some of the care costs for R.E.D. animals. Like housing, supportive care, medical needs and food. All R.E.D. animals are spayed or neutered and vaccinated. Most are micro chipped with adopter registration included. R.E.D. is a 501 C3 and all donations support our life saving missions. For more information and to complete the on line adoption application on R.E.D., please, see our website at www.rescueeverydog.org.
PLEASE READ ALL OF THE FOLLOWING TO APPLY TO ADOPT: Not all applicants will be approved for requested animals. R.E.D. reserves the right to refuse service and adoption without explanation. R.E.D. is the companion animal's advocate and will select the most suitably matched home/environment for the the companion animals emotional needs and management requirements based on each companion animal's breed(s) general needs and the unique needs of each individual animal in our care. R.E.D. requires all applicants and adopters to conduct themselves in a respectful and courteous manner. R.E.D. updates it animals adoption postings daily. If you wish to apply to adopt this companion animal go to the on line application at R.E.D.'s website www.rescueeverydog.org. and look under adoption. Before applying, please, read the following information.
(1) Application, Phone interview, Home visit are required. Adoption Donations are generally $100.00. to 450.00 or as posted. Donations support R.E.D.'s life saving missions and medical and other care given.(2) R.E.D. Dogs are spayed or neutered prior to adoption, vaccinated for Parvo Distemper and generally are micro chipped. (3) You must be at least 18 years of age to complete the application or to apply to adopt a companion animal. For the safety of children and dogs and limited information on dog the dogs interaction with children- R.E.D generally prefers/requires children in adoptive home to be approximately 5 or 6 years of age and up unless otherwise noted in the dog profile. All children must be behavior appropriate with animals. (4) R.E.D. does not a ship animals to out of state adopters. Out of state adopters must come to meet the animal in person in Washington if approved for a meet and greet with a R.E.D. companion animal. Thank you.
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