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My name is Rayna!
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Redwood Pals Rescue

Facts about me

Breed
Australian Cattle Dog
Color
White - with Tan, Yellow or Fawn
Age
Young
Size
(When grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Weight
Sex
Female
Pet ID
A104294

My info

Small blue checkmark Shots current
Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered
Small blue checkmark Housetrained

My story

Rayna is a two-year-old female dog. We think she could be a cattle dog/rat terrier mix. She is about 40
pounds but could stand to lose a few of those. Rayna is very smart and has been quick to learn new skills. She’s already shown some interest in agility and has some serious rodent-hunting instincts. While
walking in a field near the shelter Rayna sized up a culvert and immediately began widening the opening
so that she could crawl in and get whatever was in there! There is a rat-hunting competition called Barn
Hunt and we think Rayna would be a natural for that.

She is a little opinionated about other dogs,
despite originally coming in with one. We have been working with her to learn to notice other dogs but
not need to bark at them. She has been a quick learner and should be able to continue these lessons
with a new handler. For now, Rayna would probably do best in a single dog home while she works on
her responses. Rayna loves treats and praise and rewards her friends with happy wiggles and a good Sit. She does love a good belly rub too!
Rayna is a two-year-old female dog. We think she could be a cattle dog/rat terrier mix. She is about 40
pounds but could stand to lose a few of those. Rayna is very smart and has been quick to learn new skills. She’s already shown some interest in agility and has some serious rodent-hunting instincts. While
walking in a field near the shelter Rayna sized up a culvert and immediately began widening the opening
so that she could crawl in and get whatever was in there! There is a rat-hunting competition called Barn
Hunt and we think Rayna would be a natural for that.

She is a little opinionated about other dogs,
despite originally coming in with one. We have been working with her to learn to notice other dogs but
not need to bark at them. She has been a quick learner and should be able to continue these lessons
with a new handler. For now, Rayna would probably do best in a single dog home while she works on
her responses. Rayna loves treats and praise and rewards her friends with happy wiggles and a good Sit. She does love a good belly rub too!
Rescue

Redwood Pals Rescue

Contact info
Pet ID
A104294
Contact
Jim Marlatt
Address
McKinleyville, CA 95519

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

We have an adoption application and require an home visit and references. Our adoption fee for dogs is $175 which covers spay/neuter, vaccinations, and other medical treatment. This fee can be negotiated depending on circumstances.
We have an adoption application and require an home visit and references. Our adoption fee for dogs is $175 which covers spay/neuter, vaccinations, and other medical treatment. This fee can be negotiated depending on circumstances.

Go meet their pets

Call or email if you would like to meet any of our rescue animals and we can make arrangements.
Call or email if you would like to meet any of our rescue animals and we can make arrangements.

More about this rescue

Redwood Pals Rescue was formed to keep the euthanasia rate low at our local county shelter which is a kill facility. We are an all-volunteer, 501(c)(3) non-profit dedicated to support rescue and adoption efforts of animals that are at risk in the Humboldt County Animal Shelter. Some of the things we do: * rescue animals in danger of being euthanized at the Humboldt County Animal Shelter * place rescued animals into permanent adoptive homes; * facilitate transportation of rescue animals to out-of-area rescue organizations, fosterers, and adoptive homes; * train/rehabilitate rescue animals to facilitate their placement into permanent adoptive homes; * to provide temporary foster of shelter animals with medical needs to facilitate their placement into permanent adoptive homes; * provide educational outreach to promote the adoption of shelter and rescue animals as pets; * improve the quality of life for animals at the Humboldt County Animal Shelter; * encourage and facilitate proper veterinary care including vaccinations, spaying and neutering; We always need: Donations! which can be sent to our P.O. Box or through Razoo. Fosters! We do not have a shelter of our own but instead rely on kennel space for our rescue dogs at the shelter (when it isn't full) or with our network of foster homes. We sometimes have to emergency board dogs to save their lives. We would rather have them in a foster home. Volunteers! if you are interested in volunteering let us know. We are a small group and could always use more help.
Redwood Pals Rescue was formed to keep the euthanasia rate low at our local county shelter which is a kill facility. We are an all-volunteer, 501(c)(3) non-profit dedicated to support rescue and adoption efforts of animals that are at risk in the Humboldt County Animal Shelter. Some of the things we do: * rescue animals in danger of being euthanized at the Humboldt County Animal Shelter * place rescued animals into permanent adoptive homes; * facilitate transportation of rescue animals to out-of-area rescue organizations, fosterers, and adoptive homes; * train/rehabilitate rescue animals to facilitate their placement into permanent adoptive homes; * to provide temporary foster of shelter animals with medical needs to facilitate their placement into permanent adoptive homes; * provide educational outreach to promote the adoption of shelter and rescue animals as pets; * improve the quality of life for animals at the Humboldt County Animal Shelter; * encourage and facilitate proper veterinary care including vaccinations, spaying and neutering; We always need: Donations! which can be sent to our P.O. Box or through Razoo. Fosters! We do not have a shelter of our own but instead rely on kennel space for our rescue dogs at the shelter (when it isn't full) or with our network of foster homes. We sometimes have to emergency board dogs to save their lives. We would rather have them in a foster home. Volunteers! if you are interested in volunteering let us know. We are a small group and could always use more help.