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Puppies and dogs in Fredonia, New York

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Genny

Labradoodle

Female, Young
Dunkirk, NY
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Needs experienced adopter, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
*DISCLAIMER. ADOPTION FEE IS FOR HER AND HER BROTHER. THEY WILL NOT BE SEPARATED* (Genny has the shorter hair in the pictures and Sammy is longer) Genny is the absolute sweetest! She is a little rambunctious, especially around kids but she’s never been mean. Just really enjoys running and playing. We just don’t have the time and energy for her and her brother and want to give them the best life possible. She is about 1 and a half. Her birthday is January 8th 2023, she has all of her shots and is spayed. Genny has also gotten embark DNA testing done, so you can look over those results if you’re interested in her and her brother. There will be a home visit, as these guys are our absolute heart and we want to make sure we make the right decision on adopters. You should have a fenced in yard or area for these guys as they enjoy running. But at night they will snuggle up next to you on the couch happily. They’re fully crate trained and potty trained.
Special Needs
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Sammy

Labradoodle

Male, Young
Dunkirk, NY
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Good with cats, Needs special attention, Needs experienced adopter, House-trained, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
*DISCLAIMER. ADOPTION FEE IS FOR SAMMY AND HIS SISTER, GENNY THEY MUST GO TOGETHER* Sammy, my sweet boy. He is the silliest, kindest dog you will ever meet. He does have some stomach issues, which is why I say he is special needs. Unlike his sister who has a stomach of steel, he has to be on a certain food. He has intolerances to everything pretty much. So we have him on Purina Salmon diet. He will get sick if he eats certain things, but no worries, we did an entire allergy and intolerance panel on him and he will have that in his records. He also had a DNA test as well. The reason he isn’t neutered is because they had to do exploratory surgery on him about 8 months ago when he was throwing up blood. He had ulcers in his stomach, which is why he needs certain foods only. He is seriously so sweet. Can be extremely rambunctious so a fenced in yard or area is needed for him and his sister. He does come with doggy diapers as he does dribble sometimes on accident. But he’s house trained.
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Luke

Labrador Retriever Pit Bull Terrier

Male, Adult
Westfield, NY
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
Why does Luke look so sad? Luke's early puppy life was in a hoarding situation. Growing up, it was primarily just him and his owner. However, the dynamics shifted when another dog joined the household. Unfortunately, the two didn't get along, leading to the scars you now see on Luke. He's gradually acclimating to the shelter environment, and we're hopeful that soon we'll his happy, playful side. Luke is trained for both the house and crate, though he doesn’t require crating when left by himself.  Luke would thrive best in a loving home with adults where he is the sole pet. He's a shelter favorite, come and meet him! If you think you might be interested in adopting, your first step should be to complete an  Adoption Application which is found on the website at caninerescue.org.  *After you have completed your application, you will get a confirmation that we have received your application. It takes a lot of time to process the applications, so we ask for your patience while we do so. If you see that the dog you were interested in has been adopted it means there were many applications for that dog and we did not get as far as processing your application before a home was found. We welcome you to apply again if you see another dog that interests you.   If you have a question, please email your question to adoptions@caninerescue.org. It is much easier and quicker for us to respond by email as we receive many phone calls each day. We do adopt out of state, however we do not transport or ship dogs. Potential adopter must be able and willing to travel to the Rescue to meet the dog they are interested in. *PLEASE double check all of the phone numbers that you provide as if they are incorrect, we will be unable to process your application. Please also let your references know that someone from NCCR will be calling them. Most adoption team members call from their personal phone so advise your references that there may be an unknown number or a private number calling them.
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Macy

Husky

Female, 8 yrs 1 mo
Westfield, NY
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
Macy arrived at NCCR in mid-November after she was discarded by a breeder who had no further use for her. She is an approximately 10-year-old female Husky. Macy seems to be at least partially blind in her left eye. She is a friendly girl who seems to love attention and petting and enjoys being with people. She knows how to walk on-leash, but enjoys her down time as much as her walks. Macy is able to climb low fences, but seems to do well with the shelter’s 6’ fences. She may need work on house training, but seems to be doing very well with it as long as she is kept on a routine schedule. She does not seem to like other dogs much - probably a result of being a breeder mom, she had to always watch out for her pups! Typical of Huskies, she is a shedder, but she loves to be brushed, which makes grooming much easier! If you think you might be interested in adopting, your first step should be to complete an  Adoption Application.  *After you have completed your application, you will get a confirmation that we have received your application. It takes a lot of time to process the applications, so we ask for your patience while we do so. If you see that the dog you were interested in has been adopted it means there were many applications for that dog and we did not get as far as processing your application before a home was found. We welcome you to apply again if you see another dog that interests you.   If you have a question, please email your question to adoptions@caninerescue.org. It is much easier and quicker for us to respond by email as we receive many phone calls each day. We do adopt out of state, however we do not transport or ship dogs. Potential adopter must be able and willing to travel to the Rescue to meet the dog they are interested in. *PLEASE double check all of the phone numbers that you provide as if they are incorrect, we will be unable to process your application. Please also let your references know that someone from NCCR will be calling them. Most adoption team members call from their personal phone so advise your references that there may be an unknown number or a private number calling them. NYS Registration #RR028
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Kavic

Husky

Male, 8 yrs 1 mo
Westfield, NY
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
Kavic arrived at NCCR in mid-November after he was discarded by a breeder who had no further use for him. He is an 8-year-old neutered male Husky. He is quite friendly and loves attention from people. He also knows how to walk on-leash, and is enthusiastic about playing with his toys – he always has a ball in his mouth! He will need work on house training, but catches on quickly with supervision and consistency. Typical of his breed, Kavic can be quite vocal at times, and he enjoys digging a good hole to lie down in when it’s warm outside. He may be able to get along with other friendly dogs if introduced very gradually 1-on-1, but may do best as the only dog in the home. If you think you might be interested in adopting, your first step should be to complete an  Adoption Application found at caninerescue.org. *After you have completed your application, you will get a confirmation that we have received your application. It takes a lot of time to process the applications, so we ask for your patience while we do so. If you see that the dog you were interested in has been adopted it means there were many applications for that dog and we did not get as far as processing your application before a home was found. We welcome you to apply again if you see another dog that interests you.   If you have a question, please email your question to adoptions@caninerescue.org. It is much easier and quicker for us to respond by email as we receive many phone calls each day. We do adopt out of state, however we do not transport or ship dogs. Potential adopter must be able and willing to travel to the Rescue to meet the dog they are interested in. *PLEASE double check all of the phone numbers that you provide as if they are incorrect, we will be unable to process your application. Please also let your references know that someone from NCCR will be calling them. Most adoption team members call from their personal phone so advise your references that there may be an unknown number or a private number calling them. NYS Registration #RR028
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Roo

Australian Cattle Dog

Female, 6 yrs 7 mos
Westfield, NY
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
Roo arrived at NCCR on 3/27/24, rescued when her owners could no longer provide care for her. She is an approximately 6-7-year-old female Australian Cattle Dog. Roo is very friendly to people, and lived with several other dogs, but seems a little intolerant of dogs that pester her or get in her space too much. She knows how to throw her weight around (and she could stand to lose a few pounds!), so she may be too strong for very small children. She has received a full veterinary checkup and was spayed and brought up to date with vaccinations and needed care. Roo may need more work on her house-training skills, as she has some accidents if not kept on a schedule. If you think you might be interested in adopting, your first step should be to complete an Adoption Application found at caninerescue.org. *After you have completed your application, you will get a confirmation that we have received your application. It takes a lot of time to process the applications, so we ask for your patience while we do so. If you see that the dog you were interested in has been adopted it means there were many applications for that dog and we did not get as far as processing your application before a home was found. We welcome you to apply again if you see another dog that interests you. If you have a question, please email your question to adoptions@caninerescue.org. It is much easier and quicker for us to respond by email as we receive many phone calls each day. We do adopt out of state, however we do not transport or ship dogs. Potential adopter must be able and willing to travel to the Rescue to meet the dog they are interested in. *PLEASE double check all of the phone numbers that you provide as if they are incorrect, we will be unable to process your application. Please also let your references know that someone from NCCR will be calling them. Most adoption team members call from their personal phone so advise your references that there may be an unknown number or a private number calling them.

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Lakeshore Humane Society

431 East Chestnut St, Dunkirk, NY 14048

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New York State Weimaraner Rescue

Cassadaga, NY 14718

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Northern Chautauqua Canine Rescue

7540 N. Gale Street, Westfield, NY 14787

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Snip Tip and Return, Inc.

Sherman, NY 14781

Pet Types: cats, dogs

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Small Town Shelter

PO Box 274, Sherman, NY 14781

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Chautauqua County Humane Society - Pets Located Offsite

2825 Strunk Rd, Jamestown, NY 14701

Pet Types: cats, dogs, rabbits, small animals

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Chautauqua County Humane Society

2825 Strunk Road, Jamestown, NY 14701

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

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Empire Animal Rescue Society (EARS)

Salamanca, NY 14779

Pet Types: cats, dogs, rabbits, small animals

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Akita Rescue of Northwestern Pennsylvania

146 Random Rd, Corry, PA 16407

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The A.N.N.A. Shelter, Inc

1555 East 10th Street, Erie, PA 16511

Pet Types: cats, dogs, horses, rabbits, small animals

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