Ruff Ruff! My name is Early
|Breed:||Anatolian Shepherd||Color:||Tan/Yellow/Fawn - With Black||Age:||Young|
|Size:||Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)||Sex:||Male|
I am already neutered, housetrained, purebred, up to date with shots, and good with dogs.
LITTLE ROCK ARKANSAS:
Meet Early. He is a very handsome neutered male Anatolian Shepherd Dog, appx DOB 5/15/11.
Early is good with other dogs and friendly with people. His former owner neglected Early and his sister and they were given away to someone that wanted them to live with their chickens. That did not work out well so they dumped both at the shelter. Unfortunately, no one has cared enough about Early to provide him with heartworm protection and consequently he tested positive. We will immediately start him on the slow kill method with ivermectin.
He is not exhibiting any signs or symptoms of the disease and since he is so young we expect him to make a full recovery.
More information about National Anatolian Shepherd Rescue Little Rock AR Chapter
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Rescue Group Info...
The National Anatolian Shepherd Rescue Network (NASRN) is a nationwide, 501(c)(3) recognized non-profit,organization.
NASRN is dedicated to placing unwanted, displaced and abandoned Anatolian Shepherd Dogs(ASDs) into safe, caring homes. Anatolian crosses will be included in our efforts as we believe crosses not only have many of the unique needs/characteristics of purebred Anatolians, but are often born due to the lack of responsibility on the part of the owners of purebred Anatolians.
Our organization is comprised of ASD owners, both working and pet homes. We have joined together in an effort to help homeless and displaced Anatolians find a new lease on life.
NASRN works with owners who are no longer able to, or no longer wish to, keep their Anatolians, in placing them in more suitable homes. We cannot, however, place a dog for an owner who is asking a fee or selling their ASD.
We also work directly with shelters in pulling dogs from facilities and placing them either in foster care or directly into new homes. Further, we are committed to helping Anatolians and their crosses, regardless of age or health condition.
We will offer and provide assistance to ASD and other Livestock Guardian (LGD) breed owners who are having problems with their dogs, in an effort to keep the dog in its present home.
We offer ongoing support to our adopting families to help them with any problems they may experience with their ASD.
When able to, we will work with other Livestock Guardian rescue groups to help place other Livestock Guardian breeds into new homes.
Some of our dogs can be seen on Saturdays from 1pm to 4 pm at Petco in Little Rock which is located at 12801
Chenal Parkway across from Target
and Home Depot
Learn more about our adoption requirements on our website