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Cane Corso puppies and dogs in Oregon

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Cyrano

Cane Corso

Male, Puppy
McMinnville, OR
Size
(when grown) X-Large 101 lbs (46 kg) or more
Details
Good with dogs, Good with cats, Needs special attention,
Story
You can fill out an adoption application online on our official website.Cyrano  CYRANO-  Cyrano came in with Tony and Mary Lou but he is bigger and has older looking teeth(some adult teeth coming in). I’m guessing him to be 14 to 16 weeks based on my experience. He is a pretty puppy and athletic and fit and very healthy. Cyrano is happy to go in a crate, but he has clearly not been handled like the other two. I’m sure he is from another litter based on age and temperament but the same the breeder dumped all 3 together. This breeder handled one set of puppies, but clearly Cyrano did not get handled enough. He’s wags his tail and he’s so happy to see you and he runs laps around you but he’s afraid to get touched so he wears a harness and I just pull him into me and then he’s very happy to get petted and loved on. Cyrano needs a patient loving adopter who will provide him with consistent daily work with his socialization. Cyrano is shy but world rather not be it seems! He is a happy boy and he likes other dogs but he’s scared because he has not been handled enough. He likes everyone he has met but runs away right now. He improves a little every day!  Cyrano’s behavior can be remedied by just keeping him with you, having him have wonderful positive experiences and ignoring bad behavior, such as fearfulness about being handled and just keep loving on him and handling him. He’s extremely treat motivated and should come out of this with the right person, providing him with lots of socialization and attention. I am very happy to do behavior work with this Puppy and the Adopter free of charge.  Home visit required;  placement in the Pacific Northwest only, breed experience or dominant breed experience strongly preferred. Must have a fenced yard. Placement with opposite sex dog preferably. Obedience training required. Dog will remain on a foster contract and until neuter is complete. They’ve had two sets of shots, worming and vet care.  Contact Julie Nelson by phone or text 206.423.8909  email Juli.Nelson@gmail.com (no E on Julie in email). Located in North Bend WA If you are interested in Cyrano or any of our fosters, please go to our website and fill out an adoption application.  Meet and greets will not be done until we have an application on fileVisit this organization's web site to see any additional information available about this pet.April 13, 2024, 5:23 am
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Memphis

Cane Corso

Male, 1 yr 3 mos
Yamhill, OR
Size
(when grown) X-Large 101 lbs (46 kg) or more
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, House-trained,
Story
Memphis is a good boy that loves playing with other dogs, toys, chewing on bones and cuddling. He is a huge lover and wants as much of his human's attention as he can get.  He likes spending time outside, just hanging out, and will go into his kennel. While Memphis is crate trained, it's not his favorite place, so he needs a strong crate to hold his strong self in. While Memphis is potty trained he will need time to adjust to a new environment, and like most dogs that means an accident or two while getting used to new routines and surroundings. Keeping Memphis engaged, giving him regular mental and physical exercise will keep him more calm and focused. A tired dog is a good dog 🐶 Memphis is a big strong boy, and still a bit of a puppy, he needs structure, boundaries, and a strong leader like most young dogs do. Memphis is good with dogs, kids, and mostly cats, he hasn't tried to eat his foster's cats but he does have some prey drive so monitoring would be wise. Memphis's foster is a dog trainer so he's been getting lots of smarts while waiting for his forever home.
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Tractor

Cane Corso

Male, Adult
Eugene, OR
Size
(when grown) X-Large 101 lbs (46 kg) or more
Details
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Story
Hi, I'm Tractor! I'm about 4 years old and weigh 173 pounds. I have a medical waiver discussing my weight and neuter that the medical team can speak with you about when you come to meet me! Do you like...Dogs? I came in with another dog but I have not met any other dogs here at the shelter. Due to my mobility I may prefer a calmer companion. I will need to meet any dogs in the home. Cats? Unknown. A slow intro and supervision is recommended. Kids? I have been a friendly guy here at the shelter but may not enjoy very hyper young kiddos. Please bring all kids in the home to meet me and see if we get along. (9+)Anything else you'd like us to know, Tractor? I am currently on a weight loss journey and hoping to find a forever family dedicated to helping me reach my goals! I enjoy lounging around and can be a bit stubborn on walks, but I make up for it with unconditional love. I came into the shelter as a stray and the above information is all recommendations based on my behavior seen at the shelter. I have no known history. Expect to learn more about me after adoption.It is unknown how this animal will do in their new home as all animals can be different with each person. It is important to take this into consideration when thinking about adopting and making sure you are prepared to work with any potential medical or behavior issues that occur after adoption.My adoption fee includes my spay/neuter, current vaccinations, permanent microchip identification, certificate for a free veterinary exam, post-adoption support and more!Thank you for taking the time to learn a little about me! If you think we would be a good match come on down and ask to meet me! I'm looking for my forever home and it could be with you!ADOPTION INFORMATION: If you live in the city of Eugene or in Lane County you will be purchasing a dog license in addition to the adoption fee. You will get to choose between a one year, two year, or three year license. This pet is located at Greenhill Humane Society. 88530 Greenhill Road Eugene, OR 97402 (541) 689-1503. See all of the pets at this shelter by visiting www.green-hill.org.
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Halo

Cane Corso

Female, Adult
Hubbard, OR
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Not good with dogs, Not good with cats, Needs experienced adopter, House-trained,
Story
Halo is a very sweet dog. She loves our kids and us and when she gets excited her little tail starts wagging. She will bark when unkown people come to door. She likes to chase cats but hasn't hurt one. She gets along with our other dogs, but at times becomes territorial over her food and toys when my other dogs are nearby. I can no longer keep her and my English Mastiff together at any time. She cannot be allowed around chickens and or small indoor pets such as guinea pigs. She should be the only dog in a house due to uncertainty around other animals. If she was my only dog I would keep her as she is such a sweet dog to us, but unfortunately I can't keep her and my English Mastiff together. She is still in-tact because I cannot afford to get her spayed due to an economic hardship during the last year.
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Halo

Cane Corso

Female, Adult
Hubbard, OR
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Not good with dogs, Not good with cats, Needs experienced adopter, House-trained,
Story
Halo is a very sweet dog. She loves our kids and us and when she gets excited her little tail starts wagging. She will bark when unkown people come to door. She likes to chase cats but hasn't hurt one. She gets along with our other dogs, but at times becomes territorial over her food and toys when my other dogs are nearby. I can no longer keep her and my English Mastiff together at any time. She cannot be allowed around chickens and or small indoor pets such as guinea pigs. She should be the only dog in a house due to uncertainty around other animals. If she was my only dog I would keep her as she is such a sweet dog to us, but unfortunately I can't keep her and my English Mastiff together. She is still in-tact because I cannot afford to get her spayed due to an economic hardship during the last year.
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King George

Cane Corso

Male, 3 yrs 4 mos
Portland, OR
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Good with dogs, House-trained,
Story
Ladies and gentleman, the king has arrived and his name is King George! Let's go ahead and get the obvious out of the way and talk about how handsome this young fella is. I mean if you're a meat head lover, George is your guy. We hope you are fine with strangers coming up to compliment you about your dog because that is exactly what's going to happen when you go out on the town with King George. He'll love it too! He loves meeting new people and loves to show off his handsome good looks. Not only is this guy eye dropping, he has a great personality to match. He is loving and a gentle giant! He also loves to give kisses so be ready to slobbered on. Can he get any more perfect?! Watch his video here: https://youtu.be/h581ZoJSBYs?si=roBAs0v8lb8gjqCy King George is a Cane Corso mix approximately 3 years old and currently weighs a whopping 104 lbs. Although we do believe he is full grown, he may gain a few more pounds. He is a rescue dog and with any rescue it’s always a mystery but its pretty safe to say he has some cane corso in there some where. This goofy big fella is dog friendly and did great with all of the dogs we introduced him to, big and small. Although he did do good with small dogs he will most likely do best in a home with other large dogs. He will play for short periods of time and is quite gentle with his play and respectful. If other dogs don’t want to play, he will respect them. His size can be intimidating to some dogs so he will be best placed with other confident aloof dogs in the home. George is very tolerant too! So tolerant that he got bullied by a small little scruffy dog that only weighed about 20 lbs and he actually bit him on the nose and George simply walked away! George would do good with other dogs in the home but also would be great as an only dog. He does not need the company of other dogs to feel comfortable and will be completely fine being the king of the palace. George also did great during is cat test. One of our resident cats smacked a few times and he was completely unphased by it. We do not know if George has ever lived with cats before nor can we guarantee that things won;t change once in a home. We do believe that with slow and proper introductions he can coexist in home with cats. George does great meeting new people and he may sometimes bark out of excitement but his little tail is just wagging away. George is medium energy and due to his size he would be best placed in a home with a backyard where he can stretch his legs and run. He has a well balanced energy about him but will require mental stimulation and excersice then he’ll be good to snuggle with you on the couch if you let him. George already knows basic commands such as sit and walks well on a leash but will need a strong handler. He is treat motivated and to make sure he remains the best doggie citizen he can be, he will need a family that has experience with big dogs. To our knowledge, he is crate trained and potty trained but may need a reminder about where the appropriate potty places are once in his forever home. We are willing to test King George with anything you need us to in order to ensure it’s the perfect match for you! We can make anything happen! Just let us know! Application link: https://adopt.animalsfirst.com/animal/62cc8e128b02916730334440/65736e9c6c5e34e753075ccc Please email samanthar@threelittlepittiesrescue.org with any questions, or call/text Kelly @ 979-319-1423! Available for adoption to anywhere in the US. We transport near or into NV, MT, CO,UT, ID, OR, WA, Canada, and now the East Coast! Our PNW dogs are brought to you in style by a beautiful USDA licensed semi-truck, equipped with air conditioning for comfort, two drivers, and 2 onboard attendants providing 24 hour care. Our East Coast route will travel in a private, air conditioned 3LP-run van or bus transport. Pick up day is unforgettable! You will get to follow along on their journey through a private FB Event page, where you will see photos, have the opportunity to connect with other adopters, and receive updates and constant communication along the way. We can help to find the closest transport pick up location to you! The adoption fee is $1000.00 and includes all vetting per our veterinarian: DAPP (2 to 4 depending on age and time in the program), Bordetella, Rabies vaccine, multiple broad spectrum deworming treatments, spay/neuter surgery, flea prevention, 2-6 months of heartworm preventative according to age, heartworm testing and heartworm treatment if applicable, extended medical such as dentals, eye surgeries, and orthopedic surgeries prior to adoption when suggested by our partner vets, a microchip with free lifetime registration, a high quality nylon Martingale collar for dogs over 4 months old, a health certificate deeming the pup healthy for travel, cost of transport*, and many priceless years of love and loyal companionship! *WE ARE TOLD THAT WE GO ABOVE AND BEYOND MEDICALLY. This is the feedback we tend to get, although we cannot guarantee perfect health. *To fully vet a dog in the PNW at many vets it would be upwards of $1,800 just to fix, vaccinate, chip, etc. The adoption fees charged by our rescue do not cover our expenses medically for each animal, but we offset costs with donations. Your adoption fee is considered a donation towards actual costs. Why adopt from Three Little Pitties? The stray and animal overpopulation in the Greater Houston area is the highest in the nation. Statistics show that there are over 1 million homeless animals in this region alone. Three Little Pitties Rescue is a nonprofit dog and cat rescue that partners with the community to make a difference. Our mission is to reduce the homeless pet population through community outreach, free spay and neuter services, and saving all breeds of dogs and cats from the streets or animal shelters that oftentimes have no other option but to euthanize animals for space. This dog you’ve found online is lucky to be in our program, and even luckier to have you notice it! Three Little Pitties wants to set you and your new pet up for success! We know our dogs and we work hard to prepare them socially for adoption. We are a network of dedicated people who are heavily invested in seeing our animals thrive. From the moment they are accepted into our program, our Intake, Behavior & Medical teams prepare them for adoption by properly vetting, behaviorally assessing, and providing customized plans depending on the dog’s needs. We provide weekly socialization programs for our dogs through playgroups and group leash training classes available to all dogs in our adoption program, and Doggy Sleepover, Doggy Day Out, and Ambassador programs for our boarding dogs. There is a professional dog trainer on staff to provide support for our fosters and dogs, and an off-site dog trainer for dogs that need more extensive behavior modification. This helps us learn deeply about every dog, prepare them for adoption, and ultimately match them with loving families. We seek to adopt to families who understand that these are rescue dogs and will require continued training efforts, but will be well on their way to being the best dogs that they can be! It doesn’t stop there! Our adopters also receive these special perks: • 30 day trial of pet insurance with Trupanion (must register within 24 hours of first vet appt.) • A free private online dog training session with GoodPup plus low pricing for future sessions (approx $25 weekly for an 8 week course of one session per week) • One free bonus toy in every BarkBox when signing up for their Super Chewer subscription plan • 70% off of your first order of Fetch, a PNW based, organic fresh dog food loaf meal subscription plan • Coupons for a fun visit to Petco • Access to our exclusive FB Adopters page, where you can network for play dates, resources, and connect with other adopters that share their passion for their adopted pup! We celebrated our 5 year anniversary this year! Through the combined efforts of all of our hardworking staff and volunteers, we have placed over 12,000 very lucky dogs and cats into amazing homes! By adopting from us, you save TWO lives! The pet you adopt, and you create an opportunity for another animal to be saved in that spot. Together, we can be heroes. Follow our rescue journey through the links below! https://www.threelittlepittiesrescue.org/ https://www.facebook.com/threelittlepittiesrescue https://www.instagram.com/threelittlepittiesrescue *Due to the rising cost of fuel and transportation expenses, there will be an additional $62 surcharge for transport. DISCLAIMER- Breed type is determined based on general appearance and behavioral characteristics, and cannot be guaranteed unless DNA test results or AKC registration were provided at intake.

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Cane Corso shelters & rescues in Oregon

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Northwest Dog Project

Eugene , OR 97405

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Greenhill Humane Society

88530 Green Hill Rd., Eugene , OR 97402

Pet Types: cats, dogs, farm animals, rabbits, reptiles, small animals

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The Wallflowers Shine Project

Junction City , OR 97448

Pet Types: dogs

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