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Bodie

Black Mouth Cur Mixed Breed (Large)

Male, Adult
Washington, DC
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
WHAT MY FOSTER SAYS ABOUT ME: While Bodie is a big, gentle boy, he still considers himself a lap dog. He loves his people and is very cuddly so if given the opportunity, he will jump into your lap for all the affection he can soak in. He enjoys playing with his foster dog sisters and did well meeting males while in the shelter. Bodie is also always up for a good game of fetch or a a leisurely sniffy walk. He loves playing with soft, stuffed, squeaky toys. Bodie is fully potty trained, indicating when he needs to go out, and crate trained though, he does initially whine. All in all, Bodie's what we like to call, a certified good boy! Bodie came us underweight and we are working on getting him back to a healthy weight. He has a strong appetite and needs to be fed separately from other dogs as he has shown some resource guarding tendencies. He currently seems to have an affinity for human food - whether an old habit from his former life or due to his current body condition - but breaking that habit is a work in progress. He may need slow introductions with some men (e.g., men with big bushy beards) as we've noticed at times he can exhibit some concern. However, Bodie is able to attend events without a problem and you may even see him fully relaxed, sprawled across the floor after he gets tired of standing around, eagerly awaiting his forever family! Bodie does have a strong prey drive and we suspect would do best in a home without cats. Given how treat motivated Bodie is, he looks forward to continuing to train to become the goodest boy he can be once he's settled into his new home. -------------- Laila's Legacy Animal Rescue does not guarantee that any dog is housebroken nor crate trained. We strive to provide accurate information on all of our animals however, we are unable to guarantee an animal's breed, size, health, behavior, temperament, or any other conditions. TO ADOPT OR FOSTER: Please apply on our website at www.lailaslegacyanimalrescue.org or email info@lailaslegacyanimalrescue.org if you have questions! TO DONATE: Please consider making a donation on our website at www.lailaslegacyanimalrescue.org so that Laila's Legacy can continue to provide lifesaving medical treatment and training.
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*LIBBY

Black Mouth Cur American Pit Bull Terrier

Female, 3 yrs
Derwood, MD
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
3 year old Libby can’t wait for the day she meets her forever human. She just knows they’re going to be the BEST of friends.Libby is everything you could want in a companion. She’s friendly, easy going, adventurous, curious, loyal, and so lovable. Libby likes relaxed walks around the yard, treats, and sitting quietly with her favorite staff and volunteers. Don’t make Libby wait too much longer! Come adopt her today!
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Oso

Black Mouth Cur Shepherd (Unknown Type)

Male, 5 yrs 6 mos
Brookeville, MD
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Good with kids, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
Oso is a 5-year-old male shepherd/black mouth cur mix, weighing around 90 pounds. We rescued him and his son, Lobo, from a high kill shelter in Texas. This well-behaved companion has shown no destructive tendencies inside or outside his foster's home. He is both crate and potty trained, rarely barking except when outside at other dogs. Oso sleeps peacefully in his crate at night and is a good traveler in the car. He is selective with other dogs, preferring to be the only one at home or possibly sharing space with a large breed female or his son Lobo. Cats and small dogs are not suitable companions, and children in the home should be teenagers familiar with large dogs.With a moderate activity level, Oso enjoys walks of various lengths, but it's uncertain whether he's suitable for hiking or running. A fenced yard is essential as he isn't trained to be off-leash and is also strong on leash. Oso responds to commands like “sit,” “stay,” “come,” “off,” (for not jumping on his humans), and “heel” (for leash walking), but hasn't grasped "down" for laying down yet.Despite overcoming heartworm disease with comprehensive treatment, including medication and injections, Oso is now healthy with no complications. His ideal forever home would be with a single person, a couple, or a family with older children, where he can be the sole recipient of attention and care. Oso is eagerly seeking his forever home with someone ready to love and care for him throughout his life. Could that be you?He is up to date on vaccinations, on monthly heartworm and flea/tick preventatives, microchipped, has been dewormed multiple times, heartworm negative, and is neutered.FYI: The adoption fee covers transport & health certificate costs to adopters in the DMV/PA/other north east states. The dog is currently in Texas in a temporary foster home, but our transporters do runs every 2 weeks.Ready to make Oso a permanent part of your family? Fill out the adoption application below:https://petstablished.com/adoption_form/57837/genericNot sure about a lifetime commitment? Consider fostering, and fill out the foster application at the link below:https://petstablished.com/foster_form/57838/generic ##1915827##
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RIPLEY (COURTESY POST)

Black Mouth Cur

Female,
Baltimore, MD
Size
(when grown) -
Details
Good with kids, Not good with dogs, Not good with cats, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
DISCLOSURE: The adoptable pets in our program are still in the care and custody of owners who wish to re-home their pet. Owners have enlisted Rescue Well to provide marketing and screening of applicants as a service, free of charge. All fees and adoption conditions are determined by the owner. We advise that adopters do not send payment or deposits for pets prior to adopting.  ***** Ripley is 8yo, weighs 45lbs, is spayed, is microchipped, but is not up to date on her vaccines (guardian will update her vaccines prior to adoption).  Since the move, poor Ripley is living in the in-laws' basement and although she has a tv, is visited by in-laws occasionally, and visited by human dad after work, she's essentially alone about 20 hours per day, which is distressing to her guardians.  Ripley is good in the car, can 'sit' and 'stay', dislikes/fears fireworks, loud bang noises such as bb guns/gun shots, rain, water, and being left alone.  Ripley had a litter in the past and was wonderful with her puppies, but because of the other dog attack, she's aggressive toward larger and older dogs. Ripley's guardian explains why she has made the difficult decision to rehome her:  Through no fault of her own, Ripley needs a new home because her guardians fell on hard times.  They had to downsize to an apartment, cannot afford the pet deposit/additional monthly pet fee and vet care.  Additionally, since there are 2 small babies in the household and Ripley often plays rough, she doesn't know her own strength and could knock over and hurt the babies.  Finally, there are many dogs in the new neighborhood and since Ripley's bite incident, she is aggressive to larger or older dogs. BITE INCIDENT:  Approximately 4 years ago, Ripley bit another dog who breached her territory and cornered her; the bite broke the skin, animal control was not involved, and the other dog was treated and is fine.  Ripley's guardian explains:   "About 4 years ago, a larger dog came into our yard and cornered Ripley.  Ripley acted in fear and self defense and bit the other dog on the mouth.  Since this occurred Ripley is very aggressive to larger or older dogs.  Other dog was treated and is perfectly fine, we paid the vet bills and there was no ill will."   Ripley's guardian offers a brief medical history:  Seasonal allergies on Ripley's paws from the grass. Ripley's guardian states the following regarding children:  Although Ripley has lived with small children, her guardian doesn't recommend her living with small children, stating: "Ripley is currently residing with my in-laws in there basement until we can find her a new home.  We have brought our two daughters, (one is 17 months and the other 2 months) to visit her and socialize but we can't have the girls on the floor with her because she doesn't understand her own strength with playing   But when we're holding the babies, she does smother them with kisses and cuddles.  She loves them, just plays too rough.  She has been around kids around 4 and older and is perfectly great and sweet with them.  But she has intense zoomies where she can barrel through them so we steer them clear of her when she's running like that.  She also loves tug a war and she gets too into it and nips playfully when biting the toy and sometimes accidentally bites your finger and it hurts wayy to bad for a small child.  Even for an adult it hurts pretty bad." Ripley's guardian states the following regarding dogs:  Although Ripley has lived with dogs, her guardian doesn't recommend her living with dogs, stating: "She is very aggressive to other dogs, except puppies.  She has had a litter in the past and loves babies so she is good with them if introduced correctly.  We got a puppy about 3 years ago and she raised him and loved him like a baby.  But other older dogs, or other dogs outside of our home, she acts very aggressive and barks and has incredibly intense anxiety.  You better have her on a leash or a very strong grip on her because it will be bad." Ripley's guardian states the following regarding cats:   Although Ripley has lived with cats, her guardian doesn't recommend her living with dogs, stating: "Ripley has always been good with cats and has lived with two in the past.  But I say no to living with them because she hasn't been socialized with them in a couple years and it really depends on if the cat is okay with dogs." Ripley's guardian describes her as: Very active Barks alot Playful Friendly Fence Jumper Likes to be touched Affectionate Protective Always at your side Indoor dog Outdoor dog House-Trained Crate-Trained Likes men Likes women Separation anxiety Ripley's guardian describes her ideal future home:  "Fenced-in yard, experienced owner, no pets or small children. Rehoming Fee:  None   Location:  Sharpsburg, MD  ***** ADOPTION PROCESS  1. If you are interested in ADOPTING me, please CLICK HERE:  ADOPT ME 2. When your application is received, a Placement Manager will do a basic screening. Applications will be forwarded to the owner for further screening and continuation in the adoption process.  3. Please give us 48-72 hours for a Placement Manager to respond after you submit your application. If it has been longer than that, please email:  rescuewellrehome@gmail.com PLEASE NOTE: We provide ALL of the information we have on this pet, here on this page, in its entirety from the pet's owner. For more on how our process works, please read our DISCLOSURE.   IMPORTANT: By completing an adoption application, you consent to Rescue Well screening your application, contacting your references, and forwarding your application to the pet owner for further consideration. All adoption decisions are determined by the owner.     April 10, 2024, 5:52 pm
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Chloe (fka Mari)

Black Mouth Cur Mixed Breed (Medium)

Female, Adult
Fairfax Station, VA
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
BREED: Black Mouth Cur SEX: Female WEIGHT: 43 lbs AGE: 1Y/M/W If you are interested in adopting this dog, please fill out our dog adoption questionnaire and e-mail any questions to: alana2373@yahoo.com PLEASE VISIT THIS WEBSITE TO FIND THE ADOPTION QUESTIONNAIRE: http://www.homewardtrails.org/adopt-a-pet/adoption-forms/ HOW TO MEET THIS ANIMAL: Come meet me during our events Saturday and Sunday from 10 AM - 4 PM at the Homeward Trails Manny Law Adoption Center, 11116 Fairfax Station Rd, Fairfax Station, VA. LOCATION: Adoption Center ADOPTION COORDINATOR: Alana Alana2373@yahoo.com ADOPTION FEE: $475. This fee INCLUDES spay/neuter and microchip. **Ask me about our many adoption benefits that include free exams, pet insurance, training and other discounts! ESTIMATE WEIGHT FULL GROWN: 50 lbs KNOWN WITH DOGS: Chloe will bark at first and then sniff dogs, she loves to play with them and gets along well with them. Chloe can also be an only dog. She is not one of those dogs that needs to have another dog in the home. KNOWN WITH CATS: Chloe has not been cat tested, so we do not know how she will do. KNOWN WITH KIDS: Chloe was previously in a foster home with kids ages 10 and up and she loves them. She cuddled with them and liked to hang around them. She also slept in bed with one of the kids every night. KNOWN COMMANDS: Chloe knows how to sit, lay and stay and is treat motivated. KNOWN HOUSEBREAKING &/OR CRATING: Chloe is completely house trained and crate trained KNOWN LIKES: Treats. Exercise. Mental and physical exercise. Dogs of all sizes. People of all ages once she gets to know them and feels safe and comfortable. Treats. Treats. Treats. KNOWN DISLIKES: Chloe does not like going into a car. She gets scared because she does not know where she is going. Once the car is moving, she settles down. ABOUT THIS ANIMAL: Meet Chloe!!! She is an 11-month-old Black Mouth Cur about 43 pounds. Chloe is a sweet and friendly girl who will bark at you at first and then be your best friend after she sniffs you all over. Once she approves of you, watch out because she will give you tons of kisses. She may even push you over on the couch once you are sitting down of course to ensure you do not get up until she has finished giving you all the love and kisses. Chloe enjoys the company of other dogs; however, she can be the only dog in the home too. She is playful with other dogs and loves catch, tug of war and running around back yard. She is able to entertain herself too. Chloe co-habitats with children over 13. That is best for her as she can knock kids down when she is playing or trying to give her kisses. Most of all, Chloe loves her people. She enjoys sitting on their laps, next to them on the couch or laying next to their feet as they work from home. She is a people pleaser and wants to be around her people as much as possible. At bedtime, Chloe will snuggle up to you and keep you warm. Chloe is crate trained but does not like the crate. She does not like to feel closed in. She will get anxious in a crate, and we do not want her to feel that way. We understand this and do not want to force her to do anything she is not comfortable with. There are other ways to keep her from going into other rooms if needed. An interesting fun fact about Chloe is she enjoys eating fruit. She enjoys a good melon, watermelon, strawberry, bananas and more. While her foster family is outside enjoying their barbeque, Chloe is right by their side on the ground eating fruit or a burger. This lovable pooch is a true sweetheart. She is looking for a home where she can be loved and spoiled. She will be your best snuggly companion. She loves to eat any treats you offer, especially bananas! She is very treat motivated to learn new things and is very curious about the outdoors. Chloe's ideal home is one filled with love, attention and plenty of opportunities to play and explore. If you're searching for a loyal companion to bring joy and happiness into your life, look no further than Chloe! HT ADOPTION INCLUSIONS: Spay/Neuter First 3 distemper series vaccines & de-wormings Microchip - lifetime with no registration fees Current on heartworm preventative Current on flea/tick preventative EXCLUSIVE ADOPTER BENEFITS: Free first exam with: Caring Hands Animal Hospital, Palisades Veterinary Clinic, Jermantown Animal Hospital and Clarendon Animal Care and all VCA Animal Hospitals (VCA offers $250 coverage - details provided) Free online workshop with a professional dog trainer at Fur-Get Me Not within the first 30 days of adopting (in DC/Arlington/Alexandria only) A portion of EVERY ADOOPTION fee supports spay/neuter for animals in under-resourced communities BE A FOSTER: Save a life: http://www.homewardtrails.org/foster-a-pet/dog-and-cat-foster-program.
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Sebastian

Black Mouth Cur

Male, 5 mos
Fairfax Station, VA
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
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Laila's Legacy Animal Rescue

Washington, DC 20020

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Montgomery County Animal Services and Adoption Center

7315 Muncaster Mill Rd, Derwood, MD 20855

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Brookeville, MD 20833

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All pets are still with owners., Baltimore, MD 21045

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Furever Haven

P.O. Box 7442, Fairfax Station, VA 22039

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Homeward Trails Animal Rescue

11116 Fairfax Station Road, Fairfax Station, VA 22039

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Rescue Riders Cooperative N.VA/DC

Leesburg, VA 20101

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Leesburg, VA 20101

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Leesburg, VA 20101

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Leesburg, VA 20101

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