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Puppies and dogs in Connellsville, Pennsylvania

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Joey

Australian Shepherd

Female, Puppy
Creighton, PA
Size
(when grown) Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
Details
Good with dogs, Good with cats,
Story
Female, 3 month old Miniature Australian Shepherd. She is such a sweetheart, loves to play but also loves to snuggle up on the couch. She is in the process of being house trained and is doing really good so far! Because she is only 3 months old she is not fixed yet. However, is up to date with vaccinations and is microchipped. I hope to find her a loving home that will be able to give her lots of love. She truly will be your best friend she's such an amazing girl.
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Abraham

Goldendoodle

Male, Adult
Elizabeth, PA
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Good with cats, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Abraham was born in March 2019 and I have had him since July 2019. I bought him for my daughter, and she had a very strong bond with him. She recently left him behind and moved out. I work 11+ hours a day, and although Abraham is housebroken, I was told by his trainer that it is best to rehome him because he is isolated in his current situation. Abraham knows the following commands: sit, stay, leave it, down. I want this dog, this good boy, to go to a good home. Abraham is good with other dogs as he was raised with Chihuahua and a husky. He is also been tested around cats and he is good with cats. Abraham does have anxiety and in his certain situation now he’s not getting exercised and he is alone which I think is making him anxious.
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Chop

American Pit Bull Terrier

Male, Adult
Leetsdale, PA
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Not good with cats, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Chop is a sweetheart with humans, but not a fan of cats. He once escaped a fenced in yard and was found with some injuries. He has long since recovered, however, only has one eye due to some sort of accident while he was missing. It does not bother him, and he functions just fine. Unfortunately, due to moving circumstances, we are unable to keep him, and wish to find a home for him, as opposed to the alternative.
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Atlas

Great Dane

Male, Young
McDonald, PA
Size
(when grown) X-Large 101 lbs (46 kg) or more
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Good with cats, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
You can fill out an adoption application online on our official website.Fill out an Adoption Application Brief description: The story is about a young voyager named Atlas.  Atlas is a well-educated boy, who learned several languages with his previous owners who were Veterans.  Unfortunately, his devoted family fell on some hard times and had to make the tough decision to allow their sidekick the opportunity to spread his paws and find a new family that could give him the life he deserves.  While being in foster care, Atlas has gone on many walks and visits to the local Pet store.  He is always on his best behavior and has meet new dogs & puppies without issue.  He is introduced to many smiling faces who just want to sit on the floor and give him lovins… which absolutely delights him.  A true social butterfly who just wants to make you smile.    Likes:   Sunrises… he's an early riser who wants to get out of his crate by 7AM.  He loves to play with his Kong Jolly ball, go on walks, give, and receive hugs & kisses, and check out the beautiful countryside on his car rides.  He also loves his naps! Dislikes:  Being left alone he'll sing a sad song until you return Personality:   he's a class clown, family dog, old soul, athlete, independent thinker, and a wannabe bodyguard.  He has the potential to be a Velcro dog so if you need a shadow, he is your boy. Temperament:  eager to please, respectful, mellow, goes with the flow, curious, counter sniffer (will not take food unless given) not a big snacker (cares too much about his stellar figure) and at times thinks he’s a lap dog and snores loudly. Good with cats, dogs, and kids (over 6)?: Cat curious, older kids would be fine, sometimes he doesn't know his strength or pay attention. Challenges:  Taking meds with food, guaranteed to find the pill stuck in any treat he is given.  Gets excited and ready to play when he sees cats or small animals but easy to correct on leash.  He does get some zoomies while on leash but do find that if he has the freedom to be off-leach in a fenced-in-area a couple of times a day this behavior goes away.   Housetrained:  yes Crate trained:  yes, just point and say bed. Requires a fenced yard (physical fence and/or invisible fence)?  No, but would be nice to have for playing with him and if you don’t have the time to be out there for bathroom breaks. (He takes forever, I mean forever!) Walks well on a leash: Yes, will stop and sit on lead. Any Medical issues?  Atlas was diagnosed with Lyme disease but received a full month of medications.  He will only need to receive monthly preventatives going forward.  Veterinarian may recommend a Lyme Quant C Test to verify the antibody levels to make sure the treatment was effective after 6 months. He also had some masses removed before coming into rescue, that the owner said was due to a male dog attacking him.  What would be the best kind of home?  Atlas just wants a family to call his own who will give him lots of kisses and snuggles.    Application Fees, Adoption Donations and Rescue Policy: Please know that 100% of our fees and donations pay for the costs of rescuing dogs. These include, but are not limited to: pull fees from shelters, veterinary examinations, vaccinations, medications and care, microchips, neuter/spay surgeries, heartworm treatments, behavior evaluations, and foster care, as needed. Our rescue policy requires the following: Adopters must have their primary residence in one of the following states: Pennsylvania, Ohio, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland, West Virginia, Virginia, and parts of North Carolina. We will not adopt a giant breed dog to homes where the dog will have access to highly varnished hardwood steps inside the home. Any inside steps to which the dog(s) have access, must have carpeting, securely fixed stair treads, or a non-skid surface. We encourage you to remediate potential safety issues while your application is under review, prior to the home visit. Methods or devices using pain or force on the dog to control the dog, or to deter undesirable behavior is prohibited. Applications for giant breed dogs must be submitted by the property owner. Homes with children under 6 years of age will not be approved for adoption. Homes with children should have a fenced yard. Pets currently in the applicant's home must have a history of appropriate veterinary care. Veterinary records will be checked. All references must be checked before any visitation of the dog is permitted at the foster home. All family members must be present during the home visit to the applicant's home. Any dog(s) in the applicant's home must have an introductory meeting with the rescue dog being considered, before any adoption can be completed. Homes with intact dogs will not be approved for adoption. Exceptions to this policy can be found on the Adoptable Dog Page. Mastiffs To Mutts Rescue reserves the right to approve or deny any adoption that occurs through this organization without disclosure.  We reserve the right to make exceptions for special circumstances. For additional information please review our FAQs or contact mastiffstomutts@gmail.com **PA Kennel License: 05845  Click here to watch a video of Atlas.Visit this organization's web site to see any additional information available about this pet.February 18, 2024, 11:56 am
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Beethoven

Newfoundland Poodle (Standard)

Male, Young
McDonald, PA
Size
(when grown) -
Details
Good with kids, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
You can fill out an adoption application online on our official website.Fill out an Adoption Application BEETHOVEN IS LOCATED IN HARRISBURG, PA. Meet Beethoven! Beethoven is a 14 month old “Newfiepoo” who has a TON of energy and personality. He has only been in his foster home about a week so far, but he also came equipped with some information from his prior owner, so here is what he has to share about himself so far…. Likes:  Beethoven is still young, so naturally one of his favorite things to do is to play endlessly. He loves attention and pets, and wants to be by your side 100% of the time. He enjoys training, and has been learning basic scent work, which he really seems to enjoy. It’s likely that he would also really enjoy agility.  He will let you know once he heals from his neuter and can give it a whirl! Dislikes: While he is crate trained, he definitely does not enjoy being there and he will be sure to tell you how upset he is about the situation with some serious howling until he settles down. Beethoven also can struggle with change, which is understandable because he’s been through a lot lately. Be prepared for him to potentially go on a hunger strike if he’s really overwhelmed. Don’t worry, it doesn’t last very long… Personality: Beethoven is a giant doofus, and is extremely playful and goofy! Unfortunately, he also doesn’t yet have the ability to turn it off when needed, but this is something his foster parents are working on in training. He doesn’t really understand boundaries or good manners yet, so his playfulness can escalate to inappropriate behavior like mouthiness and incessant jumping pretty quickly. He will do best with a family who will be able to accommodate his high energy, but also dedicate themselves to providing him with the ongoing training and structure he needs to be successful. Temperament: Beethoven is a sweet dude who has loved every person he has gotten to meet so far.  He’s a wild man, but he’s also extremely sweet and eager to please. Energy Level: It’s probably obvious by now, but this guy is HIGH ENERGY. His former owner commented that playing in a fenced yard is not going to be enough for Beethoven; he needs additional exercise outlets too, and his foster parents would tend to agree with that statement! Favorite Activities: Beethoven likes to ride in the car, and is an extremely good boy when doing so. He also loves walks and playing with some of his favorite toys (the Bento Ball is the current favorite one, but he is also a big fan of Yak Chews). His favorite is training though, because he gets to exercise his brain AND get attention! The treats, obviously, are a huge bonus too. He’ll do just about anything for a small hot dog slice. Good with cats, dogs, and kids over 6 years old?  Beethoven has reportedly lived with cats, as well as with other dogs of varying size in the past. However, some of that was when he was a puppy, and as an adolescent he did have issues with a more dominant male dog he shared a home with in the past. In light of the mixed reviews, once his decompression period is over, his foster parents will be working with him to get a better read on what type of personality his ideal furry family members would have. Beethoven will definitely need slow introductions to other dogs, as he can be reactive to new dogs, especially at first. Also, since he can be very pushy and overbearing with play with his human friends, it’s likely that will also translate into interactions with other animals and should be considered when matching him with furry friends. Challenges: Beethoven will test your patience at times, he can be a stinker. No paper product in the world is safe from him, and he will steal and shred your tissues and paper towels gleefully with zero remorse. He will try to knock over your baby gates, shove in front of you to get through doorways - his rudeness knows no bounds. He is likely also going to test the patience of any other pets in his future home. But what he lacks in manners and training he makes up for in intelligence and sweetness. Once he can have the consistent training he needs, he is going to be a rock star, because this boy is super smart and eager to please! House & Crate Trained? Beethoven is fully housetrained and will run to the door and tell you when he needs to take a trip out. He is not a fan of being crated, but his future family should definitely continue to enforce crate training and helping him to have positive associations with his crate, especially since he can be a little destructive when he’s frustrated or anxious. Requires a physically fenced in yard? Encouraged, but not required.  Beethoven would love to be able to play with his future family in a fenced yard with lots of space for him to run around with his toys, so a fenced yard would be ideal for him. However, it is not required provided his adoptive family has alternative ways to provide him with the energy outlets he needs, in a safe and controlled setting. Walks well on a leash?  Beethoven is sorry to report that right now, leash manners are not something he possesses. His foster family will be working with him on this first and foremost. He pulls like a rhinoceros, so a stronger person and an Easy Walk harness or similar no pull front fastening harness will be needed until he can learn walking manners. Any medical issues? Beethoven is currently taking medication for sedation to allow him to fully recover from his neuter surgery due to some healing complications and the need to keep his activity level low to promote healing. However, this is improving daily, and is expected to be resolved fully in the very near future. What would be the best kind of home?  Beethoven would do best in a home committed to providing him with the love, patience, structure, and training he needs to be all he can be! Children or younger people who are willing to play with him and help channel some of his energy would definitely be a bonus, but his lack of manners and pushiness should also be considered in this respect, as at present time, he doesn’t discriminate in who he jumps up on or gets mouthy with. Beethoven will also need a family who is able to provide proper grooming for him, and/or take him to a professional groomer, because his hair is wild and appears to be something that will get out of control fairly quickly if it does not get regular attention.    Application Fees, Adoption Donations and Rescue Policy: Please know that 100% of our fees and donations pay for the costs of rescuing dogs. These include, but are not limited to: pull fees from shelters, veterinary examinations, vaccinations, medications and care, microchips, neuter/spay surgeries, heartworm treatments, behavior evaluations, and foster care, as needed. Our rescue policy requires the following: Adopters must have their primary residence in one of the following states: Pennsylvania, Ohio, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland, West Virginia, Virginia, and parts of North Carolina. We will not adopt a giant breed dog to homes where the dog will have access to highly varnished hardwood steps inside the home. Any inside steps to which the dog(s) have access, must have carpeting, securely fixed stair treads, or a non-skid surface. We encourage you to remediate potential safety issues while your application is under review, prior to the home visit. Methods or devices using pain or force on the dog to control the dog, or to deter undesirable behavior is prohibited. Applications for giant breed dogs must be submitted by the property owner. Homes with children under 6 years of age will not be approved for adoption. Homes with children should have a fenced yard. Pets currently in the applicant's home must have a history of appropriate veterinary care. Veterinary records will be checked. All references must be checked before any visitation of the dog is permitted at the foster home. All family members must be present during the home visit to the applicant's home. Any dog(s) in the applicant's home must have an introductory meeting with the rescue dog being considered, before any adoption can be completed. Homes with intact dogs will not be approved for adoption. Exceptions to this policy can be found on the Adoptable Dog Page. Mastiffs To Mutts Rescue reserves the right to approve or deny any adoption that occurs through this organization without disclosure.  We reserve the right to make exceptions for special circumstances. For additional information please review our FAQs or contact mastiffstomutts@gmail.com **PA Kennel License: 05845Click here to watch a video of Beethoven.Visit this organization's web site to see any additional information available about this pet.February 18, 2024, 11:56 am
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Rayna

Mastiff Great Dane

Female, Young
McDonald, PA
Size
(when grown) X-Large 101 lbs (46 kg) or more
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
You can fill out an adoption application online on our official website.Fill out an Adoption Application RAYNA IS LOCATED IN OAKTON, VA.   Meet Rayna, a two-year-old Great Dane / Mastiff who was rescued from a PA shelter by MTM. Likes: Rayna loves her woobies/plush toys, dog pillow, running/playing in yard and watching street traffic. She loves to run and play outside in the fenced yard at her foster home, go for walks to visit with the dog walking parade, and snuggling with her toys on her dog pillow. Dislikes: Rayna's current dislikes are getting into cars. Right now, she’s still avoiding cars in the wide open and has to be lifted. Personality: Rayna is WHOLE lot of goofy dog and knows it! She’s playful but not over the top with her energy and she just wants to be lubbed &#226&#157&#164&#239&#184&#143. Her default is to sit on her brakes and avoid whatever she’s doesn’t want to do or when I’m unfamiliar surroundings.  Give this love bug time and positive encouragement and she’ll tackle just about anything.  Rayna is motivated by affection, and I am sure with time her trust will be earned to tackle her remaining fears.  She does want approval over basic needs as she’ll come when called inside, even if she hasn’t done her business.  Temperament: She’s a big puppy who wants to have fun and hear words of love… some fears/anxieties have shown but with time and positive reinforcement, she gets through them. She is startled relatively easily during walks by unexpected noises. If you pull on her leash, she pulls back - and will wiggle out of collars/harness.  The secret is patience and love. With both, Rayna wants to learn and be with her people.   Energy level:   Rayna loves to run around and play outside…for all of about 10-15 minutes. She loves her mile and a half walk - gets really excited when she sees her harness and leash come out!   Favorite activities: By far, Rayna's favorite pastimes involve her plushies, bones, playing outside with anyone (2 or 4 legged) and watching passersby dog walkers. Good with small and large dogs, and kids (over 6)?  When introduced to new dogs, she almost immediately barks and goes into the “puppy bow pose” to play (assuming the other dog doesn’t show aggression- if they do, she looks away). After decompression and gradual introductions, Rayna easily adjusted to living with her schnoodle brother and her other foster Corso mix brother Ollie but will likely do best with a more laid-back canine personality who is young enough to puppy play. She loves visiting with neighborhood dogs, even if she can’t rough house with them. She downscales her energy (see videos), but most are puppies and owners have no XXL experience/faith their babies won’t be hurt. Rayna has not been tested with cats, but she doesn’t show interest in chasing small critters in the yard or on walks. Rayna has been exposed to both younger and older kids and bumps hands for pets and loves chase with them. Not good with:  Getting into cars, she's working on NOT grabbing socks & shoes from the laundry room and taking them to her dog pillow (or outside) to commence shredding and begging during mealtimes.  Housetrained: Rayna barks and stares at you to go outside and will walk you to the backyard door to go outside. The only accidents were due to not picking up on her cues. Crate trained: Yes! She’s learned to enjoy her crate and while she doesn’t voluntarily go into it when the door is open, she settles down inside for meals and when foster mom is working.  She doesn’t like being the only one in the crate, but if covered she settles down. It would be best if she has a bone/toy with her and it has an outside view to pass the time.   Requires a fenced yard (physical fence and/or invisible fence)? Rayna enjoys playing in the fenced yard at her foster home. She has been able to jump the three-board fence to visit with her neighbors (will abort when told bad/no in a sharp tone). Ideally, her permanent home would have a 6’ fence. Walks well on a leash? When it comes to walking on leash, Rayna has come leaps and bounds with her leash manners.  We walk with a gentle lead harness since she tends to hit the brakes and pull if startled (encouraging words get her moving).  Challenges: Rayna is still a puppy and needs more basic training and manners to sink in. She’s very receptive and learns with repetition - she has learned to sit, go into crate, go upstairs (with encouragement). It cannot be stressed enough how important patience is with Rayna - and positive words of encouragement.  Give this girl some grace and love and she’ll turn any corner for you. Any Medical issues? Rayna eats quite a lot, and she will eat others food if allowed.  She needs to be fed in a crate with bowls taken up after. She seems to be in great health. What would be the best kind of home? So far, it seems Rayna will benefit most from being adopted by a family who has time and patience with her.  Given her timid nature, a consistent and stable environment would be best with a family who wants to show her affection (and use positive reinforcement for teaching her).  She needs her basic training reinforced (going in/out cars, up/downstairs, etc.), and an outlet to socialize and enjoy her puppy energy.  To reiterate, her adoptive family must be patient and respectful of her fears and not rush her to do too much too fast.  She’ll put on the brakes, and possibly shut down across the board. Rayna is so loving and incredibly great in so many ways… she only asks for grace to get her bearings on her timeline.  Give her a chance, time, and patience and she'll return the love three-fold.    Application Fees, Adoption Donations and Rescue Policy: Please know that 100% of our fees and donations pay for the costs of rescuing dogs. These include but are not limited to pull fees from shelters, veterinary examinations, vaccinations, medications and care, microchips, neuter/spay surgeries, heartworm treatments, behavior evaluations, and foster care, as needed. Our rescue policy requires the following: Adopters must have their primary residence in one of the following states: Pennsylvania, Ohio, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland, West Virginia, Virginia, and parts of North Carolina. We will not adopt a giant breed dog to homes where the dog will have access to highly varnished hardwood steps inside the home. Any inside steps to which the dog(s) have access, must have carpeting, securely fixed stair treads, or a non-skid surface. We encourage you to remediate potential safety issues while your application is under review, prior to the home visit. Methods or devices using pain or force on the dog to control the dog, or to deter undesirable behavior is prohibited. Applications for giant breed dogs must be submitted by the property owner. Homes with children under 6 years of age will not be approved for adoption. Homes with children should have a fenced yard. Pets currently in the applicant's home must have a history of appropriate veterinary care. Veterinary records will be checked. All references must be checked before any visitation of the dog is permitted at the foster home. All family members must be present during the home visit to the applicant's home. Any dog(s) in the applicant's home must have an introductory meeting with the rescue dog being considered, before any adoption can be completed. Homes with intact dogs will not be approved for adoption. Exceptions to this policy can be found on the Adoptable Dog Page. Mastiffs To Mutts Rescue reserves the right to approve or deny any adoption that occurs through this organization without disclosure.  We reserve the right to make exceptions for special circumstances. For additional information please review our FAQs or contact mastiffstomutts@gmail.com **PA Kennel License: 05845 Click here to watch a video of Rayna.Visit this organization's web site to see any additional information available about this pet.February 18, 2024, 11:56 am

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Animal Angels No-Kill Rescue

419 Three Mile Hill, Mount Pleasant, PA 15666

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LifeSavers Animal Rescue Inc - PA Chapter

Pittsburgh&Greensburg, PA 15679

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As They Come Animal Rescue

426 Greensburg Pike, West Newton, PA 15089

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Pet Adoption League

150 Spring st, Yukon, PA 15698

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By the Grace of Dog Community Outreach and Rescue

PO Box 377, Fayette City, PA 15438

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Fayette Friends of Animals

PO Box 1282, 223 Searight--Herbert Road, Uniontown, PA 15401

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One Planet Rescue - PA Chapter

Uniontown, PA 15401

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Fayette County SPCA

215 Rankin Airshaft Rd, Uniontown, PA 15401

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The Animal Friends of Westmoreland

216 Depot Street, Youngwood, PA 15697

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Helping Hearts & Healing Tails Animal Rescue

PO Box 42, Stahlstown, PA 15687

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