My name is Wyatt!

Labrador Retriever/Great Dane Mix Puppy for adoption in Lewistown, Pennsylvania - Wyatt
Photo 1 - Labrador Retriever/Great Dane Mix Puppy for adoption in Lewistown, Pennsylvania - Wyatt
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Photo 3 - Labrador Retriever/Great Dane Mix Puppy for adoption in Lewistown, Pennsylvania - Wyatt
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One Dog At A Time (ODAAT)

Facts about Wyatt

  • Breed: Labrador Retriever/Great Dane Mix
  • Color: Black
  • Age: Puppy
  • Size: X-Large 101 lbs (46 kg) or more
  • Sex: Male
  • ID#: 10957047
You can fill out an adoption application online on our official website.

Soooo... the time has come to say good bye and to let go. We have got to make room for the others who will surely need us. We are searching for the BEST family ever for our boy, Wyatt. He will need a very special family. Someone who is committed to making sure his physical, as well as emotional needs are met. Daily care of Wyatt is to express his bladder and bowels. Bladder every 4 hours, so he does not get a uti that could ultimately kill him. Bowels so there is less mess, a lthough he can express them on his own. His emotional health will require he be socialized with people and other dogs. He loves to go for walks at the park and meet new people. He has only ever met one dog he did not care for. That pup growled and lunged at him first. He is good with cats, kids and dogs. He does get frustrated when there is too much activity for a prolonged period of time, because he is only able to be the bystander. He should be in some sort of therapy and a rehab facility that allows dogs to swim, close to your home would be ideal. He does leak urine, but requires a carpeted surface to get around on. He cannot move through the home without it. A larger living area is a must. He is currently being fostered in a small 3 bedroom home and it is often times hard for him to navigate the doorways.
We LOVE this boy! Our lives and rescue stopped for him. We want him to live life to the fullest, and with as busy as our rescue is, it makes it hard on us to attend the many events that are needed to keep us afloat. This boy is heavy, at almost 76 lbs. He requires baths frequently to make sure he doesn't get urine scald. His caretaking is not an easy task. He is spoiled. He LOVES squeaky toys and the toys that have the crinkle sound. These are important to keep him mentally stimulated also.
If you are interested in making Wyatt a member of your family, please fill out an application on our website
Please be patient with us. We are an all volunteer rescue and it is summer, so we are spread very thin at the moment. 
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About One Dog At A Time (ODAAT)

About Our Rescue Group...

Our Mission at One Dog at a Time, or ODAAT, is to become a not for profit organization dedicated to legally assist animals in need by working in tandem and cooperatively with Dog Wardens, Humane Officers, Local Police, and the State Police; building relationships and solutions with all. ODAAT realizes the problems of neglected and abused animals in Pennsylvania do not have immediate solutions and until state cruelty laws are amended or changed, this group of volunteers will work within the constraints of the Pennsylvania legal system. ODAAT is working with individuals and agencies that are able to enforce Pennsylvania Humane Laws and will assist where and when possible – with resources and training so desperately needed.

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Our Adoption Process...

The goal of ODAAT is to place our companion animals in lifetime, loving homes. Every home and every companion animal has it 's own unique personality and requirements. We place our animals in the supportive and loving environment of home foster care. While there, we gain knowledge about their personality, training skills, likes and dislikes.

To assist us with matching the correct companion animal with the most appropriate and compatible home,please fill out our adoption application questions as completely and correctly as possible and any other information you think would be helpful. The application will be followed-up by an ODAAT Adoption Coordinator, with a phone interview and then a home check.

Adoption contract and post adoption follow-up checks are required as a condition of adoption. Some companion animals get multiple applicants or are not appropriate matches, so not all adoptions will be approved. Not all applicants will receive a yes or no response due to limited staff. We reserve the right to refuse any adoption without justification.
Our Adoption Costs vary but below is a guidline:
Dogs: $150-$350
Cats: $50
Kittens: $75

Why the high cost? Can't I adopt an animal for less? No.. and here's why: Our animals come to you fully vetted. It costs us less for medical care then you due to non-profit discount. So if you adopt an animal for less it will cost you more later. Spay & Neutering your animals, along with keeping up on shots prevents disease & illnesses.