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Miniature Pinscher puppies and dogs in Tigard, Oregon

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Butters

Miniature Pinscher Mixed Breed (Medium)

Male, 7 yrs 1 mo
Newberg, OR
Size
(when grown) Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Hi my name is Butters!I have only been at the shelter for a little bit now and am still adjusting.I am a very sweet guy who loves to be held and go on walks!If you are interested in meeting me, the shelter is open Tuesday through Saturday 11am – 5pm (Winter hours).If you'd like to schedule an appointment, check out the pets profile on our website at newberganimals.com to fill out an application and email to frontdesk@newberganimals.com.Due to COVID-19, we are currently only open by appointment. Please follow the instructions on each pet profile.
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Dory

Miniature Pinscher Jack Russell Terrier

Female, Adult
Portland, OR
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
If interested in adopting kindly fill out the application found here www.ozzieandfriendsrescue.org/adoptionsFebruary 21, 2024, 2:41 pm
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Ronnie - Bonded w/James

Miniature Pinscher Chihuahua

Male, Senior
Portland, OR
Size
(when grown) Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
Details
Good with kids, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Operation Find J & R a Home Together. James and Ronnie have spent their lives up until now as the devoted companions of a disabled Veteran. These boys have been well loved and given as much love and more back . Sadly, the one they loved so well is no longer able to be with them. If you read through the letter that came with them (included in the photos below), you will understand why we are saying Ronnie and James must be kept together. An amazing Underdog foster home stepped in to give these boys a holding spot while we search for a special family looking to double up on four legged love and cuteness. They are an easy pair who have proven to be resilient, adjusting quickly in their move to foster. They are fully house trained, and love to go outside rain or shine. Their foster home has a fenced yard that they delight in sniffing and exploring. They listen well and know several commands: Sleep Time/Sit/Stay/Slow/Quiet/Stop/Time to eat. They even have a good sleep schedule. Around 8pm you let them know its bedtime and they curl up on the end of the bed for a good 8 to 10 hours of peaceful sleep. James, 7 years old, is a sweet and loyal fellow who has learned his role as an emotional support dog well. He is best described as a short legged compact 38Lb huggable teddy bear. He will sit beside you, and literally try to melt into you. He loves to play with toys, mealtime, and has yet to meet a treat that he does not enjoy. Good on leash for walks and always up for a car ride. Super happy boy that would love someone that has lots of time for cuddles, and belly rubs. Ronnie is a very loving little 15lb short dark gentleman with a tail that never stops wagging. He is happy to lay on a soft blanket on the couch and tends to be a little more independent. Ronnie watches James for direction. If James heads to the door, Ronnie will immediately join him for an outdoor adventure. James also lets Ronnie know if there is a possible snack coming, which next to belly rubs is one of Ronnie’s favorite things. These boys are available through Underdog’s senior-for-senior adoption program, $180 adoption fee. Should there be a Veteran that has a place in their heart and home for this pair, their adoption fee would be fully sponsored. Otherwise their bonded pair adoption fee is $350. Ronnie and James are being foster on the Oregon coast, Bay City, OR. You can see about a meet with them by completing an Underdogs Rock Rescue adoption application online at https://underdogsrock.org/adoption-application Meets and home checks are part of the adoption process. Everyone in an applicant’s household must be able to meet at the foster’s location. Home checks can be done virtually or in person.February 16, 2024, 10:09 pm
Photo of Ronnie - Bonded w/James

Ronnie - Bonded w/James

Miniature Pinscher Chihuahua

Male, Senior
Portland, OR
Size
(when grown) Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
Details
Good with kids, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Operation Find J & R a Home Together. James and Ronnie have spent their lives up until now as the devoted companions of a disabled Veteran. These boys have been well loved and given as much love and more back . Sadly, the one they loved so well is no longer able to be with them. If you read through the letter that came with them (included in the photos below), you will understand why we are saying Ronnie and James must be kept together. An amazing Underdog foster home stepped in to give these boys a holding spot while we search for a special family looking to double up on four legged love and cuteness. They are an easy pair who have proven to be resilient, adjusting quickly in their move to foster. They are fully house trained, and love to go outside rain or shine. Their foster home has a fenced yard that they delight in sniffing and exploring. They listen well and know several commands: Sleep Time/Sit/Stay/Slow/Quiet/Stop/Time to eat. They even have a good sleep schedule. Around 8pm you let them know its bedtime and they curl up on the end of the bed for a good 8 to 10 hours of peaceful sleep. James, 7 years old, is a sweet and loyal fellow who has learned his role as an emotional support dog well. He is best described as a short legged compact 38Lb huggable teddy bear. He will sit beside you, and literally try to melt into you. He loves to play with toys, mealtime, and has yet to meet a treat that he does not enjoy. Good on leash for walks and always up for a car ride. Super happy boy that would love someone that has lots of time for cuddles, and belly rubs. Ronnie is a very loving little 15lb short dark gentleman with a tail that never stops wagging. He is happy to lay on a soft blanket on the couch and tends to be a little more independent. Ronnie watches James for direction. If James heads to the door, Ronnie will immediately join him for an outdoor adventure. James also lets Ronnie know if there is a possible snack coming, which next to belly rubs is one of Ronnie’s favorite things. These boys are available through Underdog’s senior-for-senior adoption program, $180 adoption fee. Should there be a Veteran that has a place in their heart and home for this pair, their adoption fee would be fully sponsored. Otherwise their bonded pair adoption fee is $350. Ronnie and James are being foster on the Oregon coast, Bay City, OR. You can see about a meet with them by completing an Underdogs Rock Rescue adoption application online at https://underdogsrock.org/adoption-application Meets and home checks are part of the adoption process. Everyone in an applicant’s household must be able to meet at the foster’s location. Home checks can be done virtually or in person.February 16, 2024, 10:09 pm
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Jack

Miniature Pinscher

Male, 8 yrs 7 mos
Portland, OR
Size
(when grown) Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
Details
Not good with kids, Needs special attention, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Hi there! Im the sweet, smart, and sometimes sassy Jack! I am waiting to find a patient, loving family to call my very own. Phew! Ive been waiting for my chance at adoption since the beginning of 2021, when Animal Aid first brought me into their foster program from Multnomah County Animal Services. Shortly after I was brought into foster care, I started displaying some interesting behavioral challenges. We soon discovered that I had low-grade mast cell cancer. Once we had some growths removed and began treating my other symptoms, I started to become a much happier pup! With the help of my very kind and patient fosters, I have been able to learn so much to set me up for success in a furever home. While I can have some challenging moments, I am a very smart pup that will do just about anything for a yummy treat. I am hoping to find a family that is just as patient with me as my fosters have been, so that I can continue growing my trust in humans and live a comfortable, confident, and happy life! Due to my occasional behavioral challenges, I am not the best fit for a lot of younger children; however, I have learned to adore snuggling up with my fosters young niece who is very sweet, a great listener, and especially respectful to me. Likes: I absolutely love treats! Even if I get in one of my grumpy moods, I am pretty easy to win over with a yummy snack. I am an incredibly food-motivated pup, which helps tremendously when it comes to learning new tricks or behaviors. I could learn just about anything! I also love to play fetch and tug with my favorite toys, cuddling up with my favorite people, and running around with doggy friends. I really love to be warm: Since its started to get cold, my favorite thing is sleeping in front of a radiant heat lamp. I love it so much my fosters sometimes have trouble keeping me away from the cozy heat. I cant wait until its summertime again so I can enjoy some more sunbathing. I also LOVE the beach! I discovered sand just this year, and I can run very fast on it! I prefer calmer dogs that are respectful of my space and dont steal my favorite toys. Dislikes: I have handling sensitivities! I can get pretty spicy if I am being touched in certain areas of my body, but it can also really just depend on the day or situation. I am not a fan of being left alone and would prefer to be with you at all times. I really dont like being cold or wet. Id rather not go out in the rain. Although my fosters have introduced me to coats, I dont seem to enjoy them. I also have gotten into some feisty situations getting tangled in a few harnesses, so my fosters have done a great job working with me on a harness that requires minimal handling. Its possible this coat and harness sensitivity may be a result of some discomfort they bring because of my medical condition, which you can read more about below. My least favorite thing in the whole world is being touched or bothered when I am curled up under the covers! Its best to call me to come out of my cozy blanket burrow, rather than attempt pulling me out yourself. Medical: I have a history of mast cell cancer growths, which can reoccur. According to our vets, there is a low risk of these growths complicating my quality of life, as they can be removed if they come back. The growths can cause me to be quite itchy at times, so I take some medicine to help with that (the itchies might also be why I dont like harnesses or coats very much). We were told that there is a low risk of these growths spreading to my liver or spleen. I am currently taking a few different medications to help manage my behavioral and medical needs and I am pretty good at taking my pills, especially if accompanied with a delicious treat!Helping Hands Grants: Due to Jacks medical and behavioral needs, Animal Aid is offering a $500 annual grant to assist in the costs of his ongoing medical care. Additionally, we are offering a one-time $500 grant to work with the Certified Veterinary Behaviorist and Certified Trainers at Synergy Behavior Solutions to set him and his furever family up for lasting success. Approx. Date of Birth: 7/1/2015 Weight: 18 lbs
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Pico AA

Miniature Pinscher

Male, Adult
Salem, OR
Size
(when grown) Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
In a house on a hill, with a yard quite vast, Lived a hyperactive pup, a whirlwind so fast. Pico was his name, a furry little sprite, With boundless energy, from morning 'til night. He'd chase his own tail in a never-ending race, Zooming through rooms, leaving toys in his trace. With a wagging tail and a goofy grin so wide, Pico was the joy of every bumpy ride. He'd dig up the garden, bury bones in the ground, Then proudly present them when guests came around. His antics were endless, a daily surprise, From leaping through hoops to chasing butterflies. But when bedtime rolled in, his energy would wane, He'd curl up in his bed, like a tired hurricane. Dreaming of squirrels and a world so grand, Pico the hyper dog, the best in the land. So here's to Pico, the canine dynamo, Whose zest for life would endlessly flow. In laughter and chaos, he'd always partake, Pico, the hyper dog, for goodness' sake! Local adoption fee is $200 (in TX) Out of state adoption fee is $400 (includes transport to your area, $50 temporary fuel fee will be included)

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Animal Aid Inc.

5335 SW 42nd Ave, Portland, OR 97221

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10.6 miles

Ozzie and Friends Rescue - Oregon

Portland, OR 97203

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11.8 miles

Underdogs Rock! Rescue

Portland, OR 97216

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11.8 miles

Underdogs Rock! Rescue

Portland, OR 97216

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13.2 miles

Newberg Animal Shelter

1591 S Sandoz Road, Newberg, OR 97132

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39.5 miles

Woods Creek Rescue

Silverton, OR 97381

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42.2 miles

God's Dogs Rescue of TX in OR Transport Stop

Salem, OR 97306

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