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Jupiter

Australian Shepherd

Female, 3 yrs 4 mos
Birmingham, AL
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Good with cats, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
Jupiter is looking for his forever home! He needs a special family with at least one other dog, so he can emulate another dog! A fenced in yard would be the best! Jupiters, precious life began as a bait dog. Although that life scared him, he is one sweet guy! He gets along with dogs, cats, kids, and all adults. He is very timid, and it will take a while for him to get used to you. We began fostering Jupiter in October 2021 (he was about seven months old) and in April 2022 an older couple adopted him. The wife fell and hurt her back and the man found out he had later stages of liver disease. They brought him back to us in October 2022. He seems a little better, but he's still struggling with potty training. We let him out about every hour or two and even though he goes outside he still feels the need to use the pee pads at times. We don't crate him because he has not been a fan since his life as a bait dog was spent in a crate. He does have free range in the house, but tends to stay put in his 'safe spot.' When he does come to join the family, he loves to cuddle and be talked to. If you think Jupiter would make a great addition to your family, please fill out the application with ASF and let's get him home! If you think that Jupiter is a graeat fit for your family, please fill out our application: https://www.australianshepherdsfurever.org/adoption-application All adoption fees are used for future rescue efforts.
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Reign

Australian Cattle Dog

Female, 1 yr 6 mos
Birmingham, AL
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Good with cats, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
Courtesy Post: Owner Surrender/Rehoming- Helena, AL Meet Reign! She is a 1 year old Australian Cattle Dog and weighs about 25 lbs. She is spayed and up to date on shots, but isn’t on heartworm prevention. Reign is great with kids, cats and dogs! She is housebroken and crate-trained. She is protective of food and babies. The owner is surrendering her because they are unable to provide the life that she needs. She needs to find a new furever home as soon as possible! If you think you can provide a great home for Reign, please contact the owner listed below. There is a $150 rehoming fee to assure good folks with good intentions. This fee will be donated to Australian Shepherds Furever for their assistance in placing Reign. Owner’s Contact Information: Jennifer Bylsma at (205) 520-3647 or jbylsma1122@gmail.com.
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Scout

Australian Cattle Dog

Male, 2 yrs 6 mos
Birmingham, AL
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Good with cats, House-trained,
Story
Courtesy Post: Owner Surrender/Rehoming- Helena, AL Meet Scout! He is a 2 year old Australian Cattle Dog and weighs around 40 lbs. He isn’t neutered, up to date on shots, or on heartworm prevention. Scout is good with kids, cats and dogs! He is reactive in his kennel and has bitten the owner a few times when she closed the kennel door. The owner is surrendering him because she is unable to provide the attention and exercise that he needs. He needs to go ASAP! If you think you can provide a great home for Scout, please contact the owner listed below. There is a $150 rehoming fee to assure good folks with good intentions. This fee will be donated to Australian Shepherds Furever for their assistance in placing Scout. Owner’s Contact Information: Jennifer Bylsma at (205) 520-3647 or jbylsma1122@gmail.com.
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Dorothy Mae

Australian Shepherd

Female, 4 yrs
Birmingham, AL
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Good with cats, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
Courtesy Post: Owner Surrender/Rehoming- Chelsea, AL Meet Dorothy Mae! She is an 4 year old Australian Shepherd and weighs 51 lbs. She is spayed, microchipped, and up to date on shots, but isn’t on heartworm prevention. Dorothy Mae is great with kids, cats, and dogs! She tested positive for heartworms and started the slow kill protocol. She is given heartgard for her heartworm. She was originally found running in a rural area and was never claimed. The current owner is surrendering her because they already have other dogs. She needs to find a new furever home as soon as possible! If you think you can provide a great home for Dorothy Mae, please contact the owner listed below. There is a $150 rehoming fee to assure good folks with good intentions. This fee will be donated to Australian Shepherds Furever for their assistance in placing Dorothy Mae. Owner’s Contact Information: Alissa at aahill1011@gmail.com.
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Jinx

Australian Shepherd

Male, 5 mos
Birmingham, AL
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with dogs, Good with cats, House-trained, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
This is Jinx! A 5 month old aussie puppy who came from a bad beginning and is ready for his fresh start. Jinx is a full australian shepherd…with a tail! And he definitely proves it. Jinx has a high toy and prey drive. He can be nippy and barky when playing chase with other dogs, but has gotten along well with all dogs. He does well with cats too, but will chase them if provoked. He has been introduced to children and gotten along with them, but because of his tendency to nip I would recommend a home with older children. He loves treats, but I would say he is medium food drive as he can get distracted and uninterested easily. He is crate and potty trained. Sleeps in his kennel at night with no problems. He is also used to riding in the car in a crate, but will sometimes wine/bark for the first few minutes in the car. He is very high energy and has a hard time settling outside the crate, but I think this could be worked on as he picks up on skills quickly. He loves to cuddle, but prefers his alone time in his kennel when he gets sleepy. He has shown a good disc drive and has been introduced to water, but was uninterested/did not want to swim. I think he would make a fun disc dog. He is a happy go lucky puppy who always has a smile on his face! If Jinx sounds perfect for you, please fill out the application: https://www.australianshepherdsfurever.org/adoption-application There is an additional REFUNDABLE $50 neuter deposit and a $20 microchip fee which includes registration and transfer to his new furever family. All adoption fees are used for future rescue efforts.
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Scout

Labrador Retriever Husky

Male, Adult
Homewood, AL
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Not good with kids, Good with dogs, Needs experienced adopter, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
With the heaviest of hearts, we are looking for the next family for our family. Please help us! Sweet 4yo lab-mix Scout has been a part of our family for 3 special years. He loves his people and will follow you around the house. He is house- and crate-trained. He loves to play and can be high energy, but has learned to keep the zoom-zooming in the backyard. Inside, he loves snuggling in his bed and relaxing in his crate. Because of his history living on the streets and possible negative interactions with humans, Scout is still working on his socialization and reactivity. These days, he is mostly relaxed and happy—as long as it’s just the family. However, our family has grown by two baby humans in recent times, and as much as we’ve tried, Scout has had a tough time welcoming little ones to the pack as we had hoped. That said, he is incredibly loyal, loving, and would make a great addition to any individual or couple. Fenced-yard, no kids, and prior experience with dogs required.

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New Rattitude - Alabama

Birmingham, AL 35220

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Schnauzer Love Rescue - AL

Birmingham, AL 35203

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Ratbone Rescues (AL Chapter)

Birmingham, AL 35201

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Bama Bully Rescue

PO Box 2123, None, Birmingham, AL 35201

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Ruth's Dog House

Birmingham, AL 35205

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Heart and Soul Rescues and Adoptions

Adamsville, AL 35005

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Shar Pei Nation Rescue - Birmingham, AL

Birmingham, AL 35005

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Greater Birmingham Humane Society

300 Snow Drive, Birmingham, AL 35209

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

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Friends of Rescue - Homewood

Homewood, AL 35209

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