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Titus

Pug

Male, 1 yr 10 mos
St Jacobs, ON
Size
(when grown) Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
Details
Good with dogs, Not good with cats, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
Meet Titus-1.5 yr Pug Mix male PLEASE READ ENTIRE PROFILE BEFORE APPLYING Meet Titus! DOB 09-07-22, weighing 22lbs, he is a bundle of intelligence and energy who also gives the best snuggles! Titus was surrendered through no fault of his own and is now fully vetted and ready to find his ideal forever family. He would LOVE to be active in agility or scent training for mental stimulation and to channel his intelligence and very agile, active lifestyle At the same time, having quiet times to relax will give him the balance he needs. He loves to play but also likes his snuggle times. Titus is a bouncy boy who did not have any training prior to joining our rescue and will require a family dedicated to his ongoing training. He would be fine with older children who are dog savvy and understand how to interact appropriately with a high energy dog. * As a young dog with a life expectancy of 15-20yrs, he is not a suitable match for older seniors Titus is vocal at times and would not be a good fit for apartments or attached housing, he would love a fenced yard at his new home to run and play in with his family in between walks/adventures on hikes. Notes from his foster mom YOUR FOSTER DOG'S ENERGY LEVEL: Medium to High Titus is cautious of people he meets on the street and sometimes barks at them in excitement, he is working on his training to redirect with positive reinforcement. In the home, he gets very excited with visitors, jumping up and wanting their attention. Continuous training required in this area. He settles eventually when the attention is not on him. GOOD WITH CATS? Unknown but not recommended due to his likelihood of chasing them. No guarding behaviours observed in any area to this point. As with all dogs, respect during meals and with bones/chewies is ideal to ensure success. HOUSETRAINED? Yes CRATE TRAINED? For travel yes, but Titus is very stressed in a crate in the home and has been a good boy left loose in a dog proofed home Titus does not like to be alone and will whine/howl on and off throughout the time he is alone. He mostly sits or lays at the front door waiting for my return. He is only alone once a week for 4-5 hours and for occasional short periods if I have to run errands. PLEASE ELABORATE ON YOUR FOSTER DOG'S LEASH SKILLS. Titus pulls on leash and requires training in this area but is a bright boy who learns quickly with appropriate training. He is very food motivated and we use high value treats during his training. Titus is fine for grooming/handling with no negative reaction As is typical of young pups, he can be wiggly and occasionally mouth but never bites/no aggression whatsoever. Titus has met other dogs and would love a suitable canine friend who is young and tolerant of high energy dogs who love to play. He respects warnings from other dogs when he is being too much, but would not do well with a dog who is in his face/reactive. HOW WOULD YOU DESCRIBE THE DOG'S PERSONALITY/TEMPERAMENT Friendly, loving, and playful and loves attention. He is very patient and easy to redirect if you need his attention. He loves to run outside and play in the snow and has an abundance of energy. When playing, he will mouth my hand if he gets too excited but he has never bitten. THINGS NEEDING IMPROVEMENT SPECIFICS PLEASE Titus needs training to not jump on and/or bark at people he meets, both outside and in the home. He needs to learn how to walk on leash without pulling. He responds to basic commands but will benefit from ongoing training to respond to the commands consistently. POTTY HABITS: Titus goes out for potty breaks several times a day in back yard, in addition to his walks. If he needs to go out in between these times, he will stand near door and quietly wimper. So far, he has only pooped in the back yard not on walks and again would do best in a home with a fenced yard Skills/Commands SIT? Yes STAY? Yes WAIT? No LAY DOWN? No LEAVE IT? No OFF? Yes DOWN? Yes COME? Yes ANY OTHER SKILLS/COMMANDS? Titus knows the basic commands but does not always respond consistently to them. This is a work in progress. PLEASE DESCRIBE CURRENT ROUTINES AND PREFERENCES THAT WILL HELP THE DOG SETTLE INTO THEIR NEW HOME: Titus is a very easy going dog. He sleeps with me on the bed at night, and waits until I get up in the morning. He does not go in a crate as he appears to be fearful of it. MANDATORY to have a family comfortable with a dog sleeping in their bed/on their furniture during the day. Titus would be miserable in a home where he is not allowed to do this. We go for a walk when we get up and then have breakfast. He is very patient and sits quietly as his meal is prepared. I have not observed any food aggression. After breakfast he is very energetic and likes to play with his toys and roll around. We go for either a walk or in the backyard throughout the day for additional exercise. If I am working, he will settle and have a nap. At night he likes to play with his toys, chew his bone or snuggle if it's TV time. STRENGTHS/AREAS THEY HAVE IMPROVED ON: Titus is responding more consistently to basic commands than when he arrived, especially to the "off" and "come" commands. He is more relaxed and comfortable In the crate in the car, he readily enters it and only exhibits a bit of shaking at first. I feel with consistent training and time, Titus will learn all his lessons quickly. He is eager to please. TRANSPORTATION-ANY MOTION SICKNESS OR ANXIETY IN VEHICLES? Titus is crated. He has some anxiety and shakes at first. So far he just lies down until the trip is over. He has not barked at people or other vehicles from the car. PLEASE DESCRIBE THE PERFECT ADOPTIVE HOME FOR YOUR FOSTER DOG BASED ON WHAT YOU HAVE EXPERIENCED. He would do best in a household where he is not alone a lot. I think, however, once he realizes he is in his furever home and becomes more comfortable, he quite likely will adjust better to being alone with a consistent family routine. Once Titus feels safe and loved in his new home, and receives the training he needs, he will be an AMAZING pet and member of his new family. He has been an absolute joy to foster! ?? Adoption Fee $750 Notes: *Children must be over 10yrs, respectful and dog savvy with previous experience with dogs in the home. * Mandatory registration with an approved trainer is required to set Titus up for success with his new family *Must be located within Ontario Canada *Inground/ground level Pools and deeper ponds must be separately fenced from yard Hobo Haven is located in St Jacobs Ontario. For approved families, we require in person meetings in St Jacobs ON If you are not willing to drive to this location to meet our dogs after you are approved, please do not apply. We do not meet elsewhere nor deliver dogs. Adoptions within Ontario only If you are interested in applying to adopt a dog from Hobo Haven Rescue, please use this link to submit an application https://hobohavenrescue.ca/dog-adoption-application Adoption fees include spay/neuter, microchip, bloodwork, vaccinations, deworming, flea/tick/heartworm prevention, and all vet care, food and supplies during their time with us. For anyone possibly interested in adopting from Hobo Haven, here are a few, but not all, criteria to be aware of: We require all serious applicants to watched "Petfooled" which is a free documentary at this link https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5XC1rUWWnxI , or on Amazon prime or also a variety of other free video sites. Our motto is "know better/do better" and we ask all adoptive families to be as committed to providing our dogs with quality nutrition as they are to providing love. This documentary is not advertising, purely just educational. An adoption application must be completed and approved, including vet references as well as a home visit (Zoom during COVID), prior to meeting available dogs. All dogs are placed in loving foster homes during their time with us, we do not have a shelter to visit. We do not allow applicants to visit until pre-approved for adoptions. Our dogs are in private foster family homes, not in a shelter. Any questions may be emailed to hobohavenpetrescue@gmail.com Due to the high volume of applications received for our dogs, priority of replies will be given to applicants who meet the criteria mentioned in the pet's profile. Please do not ask us to make exceptions, we set these protocols and policies for the dog's best interests which are always our highest priority. Emails are best, our volunteers work full time and are often not able to answer or return phone calls in a timely manner.
We'll also keep you updated on Cosette's adoption status with email updates.
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Cosette

Bernese Mountain Dog Poodle (Standard)

Female, 5 yrs
St Jacobs, ON
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
PLEASE READ ENTIRE PROFILE BEFORE APPLYING DO NOT USE THE INTRODUCE YOURSELF SECTION, A FULLY COMPLETED APPLICATION MUST BE SUBMITTED IN ORDER TO BE CONSIDERED Cosi is a 55lb Bernese poodle mix female *spayed and up to date on all vetting now with no health concerns. She was surrendered by a commercial breeder when retired from their breeding program. She has a medium energy level, enjoying sniffy walks and exploring the back yard. She is fully housetrained with no accidents since her first week and no car sickness. Her temperament reminds me of a slightly nervous Eeyore. She is thrilled that you want to pet her and that it feels nice. Now that she is beginning to play, she high steps and tosses small objects around the yard and will no doubt quickly learn to play with people. Registration with an approved training class is mandatory for her adoption terms Cosette also requires another canine playmate/suitable canine companion in her forever home to best meet her needs. She is not crate trained- once she is comfortable in the environment, she resists crating at night, preferring to sleep on her bed. This is not uncommon in dogs who spent their entire lives in a breeding cage :( Cosi loves when it’s quiet and she and her canine foster friend Blue can run around the yard. She turns into a super happy, energetic "puppy" and jumps and bounces. Cosi would love another suitable canine companion in her forever home who enjoys playing. Cosette is a feminine name of French and Greek origins from the Greek name Nicolette, it translates to “people of victory,” Cosi, as we have nicknamed her, arrived badly matted and very scared. Huge thanks to Fur-Ever Loved Pet Salon for her urgent grooming to have her feeling much better and more comfortable! YOUR FOSTER DOG'S ENERGY LEVEL: Medium PLEASE ELABORATE ON YOUR FOSTER DOG'S DAILY ROUTINE FOR EXERCISE, TRAINING ETC Cosi goes for a morning walk, an afternoon walk and lots of play with the other foster dogs during the day. She participates in handling desensitization activities and generally getting accustomed to life in the house and in the suburbs. IS YOUR FOSTER DOG FOOD MOTIVATED? She likes treats but is still nervous to accept them from hands GOOD WITH DOGS BOTH IN THEIR HOME ENVIRONMENT AS WELL AS MEETING NEW DOGS? PLEASE DETAIL Cosi is nervous but curious when meeting new dogs. She gets along well with all dogs and plays with the big dog at the house. When she plays, she jumps around on her big paws, so the smaller dogs at the house avoid her when she feeling bouncy. HOW DOES YOUR FOSTER DOG RESPOND TO MEETING NEW PEOPLE IN THEIR HOME ENVIRONMENT AND OUTSIDE OF THE HOME? Cosi is very nervous to meet new people and will avoid unknown individuals. If they approach her, she will try to run away. After some time, she will get curious to meet and sniff the new person. Once she has sniffed the person, if they move slowly, she likes to be petted. GOOD WITH CATS? Cosi wants to play with the cat in her foster home, but the feeing is not mutual. She will chase a cat if it runs, but gets along very well with the foster cat at her current home, sniffing it but generally ignoring it. ANY GUARDING BEHAVIOURS NOTED INCL GUARDING FOOD/TREATS, PEOPLE OR FURNITURE/VALUED SPACES? IF SO, HOW IS IT MANAGED? No guarding behaviour HOUSETRAINED? Yes CRATE TRAINED? No Cosi is afraid that if she is forcefully crated, that she will be stuck forever. She does sometimes go into the crate and I can close the crate for up to 20 minutes, but if she is carried and placed into the crate, she will bark. DOES YOUR FOSTER DOG SHOW SIGNS OF SEPARATION ANXIETY? No PLEASE ELABORATE ON YOUR FOSTER DOG'S LEASH SKILLS. Cosi is just beginning to walk on leash. She pulls and is just learning to take treats and focus on her handler HOW DOES YOUR FOSTER DOG REACT WHEN YOU TOUCH THE EARS, TAIL, PAWS ETC. PLEASE ELABORATE. Cosi is nervous and avoidant of being touched, but is always sweet natured HOW WOULD YOU DESCRIBE THE DOG'S PERSONALITY/TEMPERAMENT She is mild mannered and easy-going THINGS NEEDING IMPROVEMENT SPECIFICS PLEASE Cosi will need slow exposure to a wide variety of people and situations at a patient pace, to help her learn that people are good. She will need to learn to walk on leash in a more relaxed way, with less pulling. She will need supervision or a (big) puppy proofed home since she sometimes takes objects to chew which are not for dogs (sunglasses, a remote, coasters etc). One more caution would be that things which smell really good on counters are tempting. While she has not yet counter surfed, there would be potential if tempting items were accessible POTTY HABITS: Cosi goes outside at regular intervals and always goes potty before wandering and sniffing. Skills/Commands SIT? No STAY? No WAIT? No LAY DOWN? No LEAVE IT? No OFF? Yes DOWN? No COME? No ANY OTHER SKILLS/COMMANDS? Cosi is just beginning to trust people, so we are working on saying her name and getting her to take a treat from our hands. We also say “ready?” And when she looks at us we toss a treat and say “get it”. This is helping her begin to look at the handler and focus PLEASE DESCRIBE CURRENT ROUTINES AND PREFERENCES THAT WILL HELP THE DOG SETTLE INTO THEIR NEW HOME: Cosi is closed into safe areas during the day when she is unattended and in the bedroom at night to keep her from pacing. STRENGTHS/AREAS THEY HAVE IMPROVED ON: She is gaining more confidence every day. PLEASE DESCRIBE THE PERFECT ADOPTIVE HOME FOR YOUR FOSTER DOG BASED ON WHAT YOU HAVE EXPERIENCED. A perfect adoptive home would be fairly quiet, without young kids or too many loud voices. Cosi will need a safe space to allow her to slowly build confidence and come out of her shell over time. She will need a friendly medium or large dog to play with and to help teach her how to handle new situations and help with her confidence and desire to play with larger dogs. Dental note: Cosette has moderate tartar with mild associated gingivitis; wearing and fractured tips of some canines and premolars due to the cage environment she lived in at the commercial breeders. It is necessary to have your vet monitor this at her regular check ups and she may require a dental in the next year or so if regular dental care is not kept up in her new home ANYTHING TO ADD? With time and patience, Cosette will be a wonderful companion. She has shown that she is very adaptable since she very quickly moved from only feeling safe in a crate, to exploring a room, to learning to feel safe in the house and now walking our neighborhood on leash. With time and love anything is possible for Cosi. Adoption Fee $775 Notes: * Cosette requires another canine companion in her home who is playful and welcomes a new dog into their home * Cosette is not suitable for apartments/elevators etc, she requires a quieter environment, ideally a detached home with a fenced yard. *Children must be over 10yrs, respectful and dog savvy with previous experience with dogs in the home. * Mandatory registration with an approved trainer is required to set this dog up for success with their new family *Must be located within Ontario Canada *Inground/ground level Pools and deeper ponds must be separately fenced from yard Hobo Haven is located in St Jacobs Ontario. For approved families, we require in person meetings in St Jacobs ON If you are not willing to drive to this location to meet our dogs after you are approved, please do not apply. We do not meet elsewhere nor deliver dogs. Adoptions within Ontario only If you are interested in applying to adopt a dog from Hobo Haven Rescue, please use this link to submit an application https://hobohavenrescue.ca/dog-adoption-application Adoption fees include spay/neuter, microchip, bloodwork, vaccinations, deworming, flea/tick/heartworm prevention, and all vet care, food and supplies during their time with us. For anyone possibly interested in adopting from Hobo Haven, here are a few, but not all, criteria to be aware of: We require all serious applicants to watched "Petfooled" which is a free documentary at this link https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5XC1rUWWnxI , or on Amazon prime or also a variety of other free video sites. Our motto is "know better/do better" and we ask all adoptive families to be as committed to providing our dogs with quality nutrition as they are to providing love. This documentary is not advertising, purely just educational. An adoption application must be completed and approved, including vet references as well as a home visit (Zoom during COVID), prior to meeting available dogs. All dogs are placed in loving foster homes during their time with us, we do not have a shelter to visit. We do not allow applicants to visit until pre-approved for adoptions. Our dogs are in private foster family homes, not in a shelter. Any questions may be emailed to hobohavenpetrescue@gmail.com Due to the high volume of applications received for our dogs, priority of replies will be given to applicants who meet the criteria mentioned in the pet's profile. Please do not ask us to make exceptions, we set these protocols and policies for the dog's best interests which are always our highest priority. Emails are best, our volunteers work full time and are often not able to answer or return phone calls in a timely manner.
We'll also keep you updated on Jasmine's adoption status with email updates.
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Jasmine

German Shepherd Dog

Female, Puppy
Orangeville, ON
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Hi there, I'm Jasmine. 💖🐾I'm a bit shy at first, but once I get to know you, my goofy and friendly side comes out. I'm full of energy and always ready for a game of fetch. I'm also quite smart, so I'm eager to learn new tricks and commands. I'm still a puppy, so I'll need some training to become the best dog I can be. I promise to be a fast learner and a loyal friend. Adopting me will not only give you a fun-loving companion, but also the rewarding experience of shaping a puppy into a well-behaved adult dog.💕If you are interested in me, please email orangeville@ontariospca.ca and include your phone number so we can better contact you.Adopt me and let's create endless memories together! 💖- Jasmine 💖✨ Primary Color: Tan Secondary Color: Black Weight: 12.4 Age: 0yrs 5mths 3wks
We'll also keep you updated on Diesel's adoption status with email updates.
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Diesel

Boxer Bullmastiff

Male, Adult
Orangeville, ON
Size
(when grown) -
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Hey there, I'm Diesel!💖✨I'm as friendly as they come, always ready to greet everyone with a wagging tail and a playful spirit. My energy is contagious, and I love nothing more than a good game of fetch or a long walk. I'm a bit of a goofball, which makes every day with me an adventure. I can't wait to make you laugh with my silly antics. I'm not just about fun and games though, I'm also a loyal companion who will always be by your side. If you are interested in me, please email orangeville@ontariospca.ca and include your phone number so we can better contact you.Adopt me and let's create endless memories together! 💖- Diesel 💖✨ Primary Color: Tan Weight: 25.5 Age: 2yrs 1mths 2wks
We'll also keep you updated on Marco's adoption status with email updates.
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Marco

Mastiff

Male, Adult
Orangeville, ON
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Hi there, I'm Marco!💖✨ I've got a heart full of sweetness and a spirit that's brave and playful. I'm quite the independent chap, but don't let that fool you. I'm as loyal as they come, always ready for a game of fetch or a belly rub. My goofy antics are sure to bring a smile to your face. I'm friendly to everyone I meet, but I need a little patience as I learn to trust new people. Adopting me means gaining a loyal companion who will shower you with love and laughter. I'm just waiting for the right person to share my life with. Could that be you?If you are interested in me, please email orangeville@ontariospca.ca and include your phone number so we can better contact you.Adopt me and let's create endless memories together! 💖- Marco 💖✨ Primary Color: Brindle Weight: 33.5 Age: 2yrs 0mths 3wks
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Pupperoni

Irish Terrier

Female, Puppy
Orangeville, ON
Size
(when grown) -
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Meet Pupperoni, 💖✨A puppy who's a real bundle of joy. Her sweet nature is contagious, and she has a knack for making everyone around her smile. She's not just friendly, she's your soon-to-be best friend. Pupperoni's goofy antics will have you laughing, and her mellow side will make those quiet moments extra special. She's funny in the most endearing way, and her playful spirit is simply irresistible. She's the perfect cuddle buddy, always ready to snuggle up after a long day. But don't be fooled, Pupperoni is also full of energy, ready to embark on any adventure. She's all love, a heart full of affection waiting to be shared. Adopting Pupperoni isn't just about giving a home to a shelter pet, it's about inviting a bundle of happiness into your life.If you are interested in me, please email orangeville@ontariospca.ca and include your phone number so we can better contact you.Adopt me and let's create endless memories together! 💖- Pupperoni 💖✨ Primary Color: Fawn Weight: 8 Age: 0yrs 3mths 0wks

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