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Flat-Coated Retriever puppies and dogs in Portland, Oregon

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These Flat-Coated Retrievers are available in Portland, Oregon.
We'll also keep you updated on Bettie Good Girl's adoption status with email updates.
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Bettie Good Girl

Flat-Coated Retriever

Female, 2 yrs 2 mos
Portland, OR
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
Bettie is a dream! She is potty trained, crate trained, smart, mature, great with other dogs and great with kids and adults. You can check out her video to see her full personality and how innocent she is with people. She rolls on her back for belly rubs and seems very respectful around kids. She lives in a foster home with a lot of activity going on with kids coming in and out and a lot of other dogs. She does really well and she’s a pleasure to have around. She is like a big baby, loves to give kisses and show affection. She walks around greeting people with her tail wagging. Bettie knows how to sit on command and is working on “lay”. She loads up in the car and loves to go for rides. She is about 77 lbs and approx 2 years old. We cannot be sure of her age or breed since she is a rescue. She does like stuffie toys. She is a joyful girl all the time. She has an easy going personality, she’s easy on leash, and she doesn’t try to run away at her foster home. She plays with a lot of large dogs at the foster home and has no issues. She has a loving personality, loves to be pet and snuggle up next to you. She stays in a crate quietly overnight and goes out to potty in the morning. She is very well behaved at the vet too, she is trusting of people. We love her sweet, trusting personality. She is not defensive with people or other dogs. She loads up in the car on her own, walks next to you on leash, and makes it easy to have her around especially with her large size. She’s been amazing with the kids at the foster home! She loves everyone. During her cat test she did not display a desire to attack but did act interested so we think she may chase a cat. Her play style with other dogs is bouncy and she acts like the play group queen. You can see videos of it in her adoption movie. She chases and romps in the yard, she’s easy to get along with. You can see her play style and her full personality in her adoption video! Video here: https://youtu.be/QrhmiBKvkt8?si=EDSLviCusbqemEJt Application link: https://adopt.animalsfirst.com/animal/62cc8e128b02916730334440/66181ce04c251c35ba0d7ad6 Please email kristin@threelittlepittiesrescue.org with any questions. 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 $825 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, we inject or give 2-6 months of heartworm preventative, 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: • 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 • 25% 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 $74 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.

Or, how about these Flat-Coated Retrievers in cities near Portland, Oregon

These Flat-Coated Retrievers are available for adoption close to Portland, Oregon.
We'll also keep you updated on Zelda JuM's adoption status with email updates.
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Zelda JuM

Flat-Coated Retriever Mixed Breed (Medium)

Female, 4 mos
Salem, OR
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Whoop Whoop!! Here we ARE!!! ALIVE AND LOVED AND READY FOR ADOPTION!!! :) We are a group of puppies that were born to a hoarding situation. There were 18 PUPPIES and 12 ADULTS in this group.... we ALL got saved!! So, we are a mix of probably 10 different breeds, all seen by the adults... pitbull, spaniel, shar pei, scruffy terrier, and maybe dachshund in there too :D So if you are looking for a SUPER CUTE, SMART, fluffy/not fluffy/short/not short puppy... WE HAVE THOSE CHARACTERISTICS!! We have been raised by our rescuers (and several wonderful fosters) for the last 6 weeks and we will make ANYONE great family members! ADOPT DON'T SHOP!!! SPAY AND NEUTER!!! Local adoption fee is $250 (in TX) Out of state adoption fee is $500 (includes transport to your area, $50 temporary fuel fee will be included)

These pups are in Portland, Oregon too!

Below are our newest added Flat-Coated Retrievers available for adoption in Portland, Oregon. To see more adoptable Flat-Coated Retrievers in Portland, Oregon, use the search tool below to enter specific criteria!
We'll also keep you updated on Cooper's adoption status with email updates.
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Cooper

Labrador Retriever

Male, 2 yrs
Portland, OR
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
My name is Cooper and I am the quintessential gentle giant. The shelter I left said I am pretty much perfect and my foster parents agree. I’m a 1 year old Lab mix, around 53 lbs. I am very sweet, good with kids, good with other dogs, like to play fetch and I walk well on a leash. I am potty trained and love car rides. I will shower you with love and loyalty and make you proud with my intelligence and social grace. *All of The Right to Live dogs are fostered locally in San Antonio Texas and will be transported to other states to their new families upon adoption. We believe fostering dogs and not having them decompress in a kennelled environment is more beneficial for the dogs and builds their trust and companionship in a family situation. Adoption fee includes transportation costs, previous/current medical treatment (spay/neuter, etc.) and a health certificate for cross-state travel*
We'll also keep you updated on Macie's adoption status with email updates.
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Macie

Labrador Retriever

Female, 2 yrs
Portland, OR
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
Hi, I'm Macie, and in case you didn't already guess, Gracie is my sister. I am a 1 year old lab mix, around 35lbs. We are both super sweet girls who do not have to be homed together but it sure would be nice too. I love the peoples and also all the other doggos. I am still very young so be ready for lots of energy and keep me busy and tired, a tired dog is a happy dog! I hope you love my sleek black glossy coat and my big brown eyes, I am hard not to fall in love with! *All of The Right to Live dogs are fostered locally in San Antonio Texas and will be transported to other states to their new families upon adoption. We believe fostering dogs and not having them decompress in a kennelled environment is more beneficial for the dogs and builds their trust and companionship in a family situation. Adoption fee includes transportation costs, previous/current medical treatment (spay/neuter, etc.) and a health certificate for cross-state travel*
We'll also keep you updated on Miracle aka 'Hot Wheels''s adoption status with email updates.
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Miracle aka 'Hot Wheels'

Labrador Retriever

Male, 2 yrs 5 mos
Portland, OR
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Needs special attention, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
Hot Wheels SEEKS HIS FOREVER FAMILY who is committed to giving him nothing but happy days for the rest of his life. For a low adoption fee, you can bring home this $15,000 family member. A video of “Wheels” was shared showing him dragging his back end. The Right to Live Rescue took him into rescue. He was covered in fleas and had severe dragging wounds. He had back surgery with a 50/50 chance of success. Then, he had one of his broken back legs reset and plated. He started hydrotherapy and seemed to be doing well. Sadly, he developed a flesh-eating bacteria on his back legs causing one to be removed. He stayed at the Vet’s office for about 5-6 weeks while they worked to clear him of the infection and open another gaping wound in his remaining and plated rear leg. He has no idea he is different than the other dogs. He loves to go on walks in his wheelchair. He does zoomies around the yard and chases the others and even plays tug-of-war with a 112 pound lab/pittie/mutt foster brother. He loves to have his ears rubbed since he cannot scratch them himself. He loves to scoot through his splash pad on hot days and wade in his inflatable pool. He turns in circles like a top when he gets excited which is when he is getting fed or sees you come home. He can pee and poop on his own but he sometimes does that in his sleep or when he’s excited. He dribbles a bit. He has diapers and belly bands but they sometimes slide off because he does not have both legs. He is willing to travel with his wheelchair, his diapers, his belly bands, his toys, his elevated feeding stand and slow feed bowl (that does not really slow him down). Despite everything he’s been through, he is the happiest boy in the world. He would love to sit on a dog bed and chew a nylabone and watch to make sure you are looking at him. He has passed cats on the porch or street and not reacted to them. He may need a short introduction to any new fur siblings. He seems to know who he can pick on and who he needs to defer to. He will come with this cute gingerbread costume just in time for Christmas. https://www.facebook.com/reel/280549138140602 *All of The Right to Live dogs are fostered locally in San Antonio Texas and will be transported to other states to their new families upon adoption. We believe fostering dogs and not having them decompress in a kennelled environment is more beneficial for the dogs and builds their trust and companionship in a family situation. Adoption fee includes transportation costs, previous/current medical treatment (spay/neuter, etc.) and a health certificate for cross-state travel*

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Three Little Pitties Rescue - Portland OR transport

Portland, OR 97201

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God's Dogs Rescue of TX in OR Transport Stop

Salem, OR 97306

Pet Types: dogs

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