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St. Bernard puppies and dogs in Greenville, South Carolina

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Beethoven

St. Bernard

Male, Young
Travelers Rest, SC
Size
(when grown) X-Large 101 lbs (46 kg) or more
Details
Good with kids, Not good with cats, Needs experienced adopter, House-trained,
Story
Beethoven was abandoned with me by a previous owner over 2 months ago. He is so incredibly sweet but has no idea what size he is. He is only a little over a year old so still very much a puppy. Can NOT be with cats. Can be reactive with dogs but I think it was because he has been attacked by another dog within the past 6 months and this could be retrained. Is potty trained, NEEDS a fenced yard to run. Most of his issues is jumping but if he can get that energy out it is much much less. He just wants to be able to be with his people, but doesn’t understand his size and where his body is in space. Sweet sweet boy I am just not able physically or financially to keep him for myself.

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Kent

Anatolian Shepherd Mixed Breed (Medium)

Male, 2 yrs
Greenville, SC
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Found: Seay rd, boiling springs 29316
Special Needs
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Theo - PLEASE READ ALL INFORMATION

Anatolian Shepherd

Male, Adult
Greenville, SC
Size
(when grown) X-Large 101 lbs (46 kg) or more
Details
Needs special attention, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
AGE: Approx 2.5yrsWEIGHT: 110lbsWORKING LGD:  NO - family pet only DOGS:  GoodDOG RESTRICTIONS:  NO Large or XL males CATS:  UnknownCHILDREN: UnknownOTHER ANIMALS (birds, farm animals, etc): Unknown FENCED YARD REQUIRED:  Yes - 6ft GOOD OFF LEASH:  No - ROAMER/RUNNER GROOMING/SHEDDING NEEDS:  HighMEDICAL ISSUES: light heartworm positive - rescue will provide continued treatment to adoptive family MEDICATIONS: Calming drops SPECIAL NEEDS: Severely abused. Will require patience and committment. Zero aggression - A very kind dog ANXIETY:  Very afraid of people and will run and/or hide. Afraid of storms but just wants to be with you.BARKING:  High - Extremely LOUD EXPERIENCED OWNER NEEDED:  Yes CRATE TRAINED:  Yes but will break out HOUSE TRAINED:  Yes GOOD IN CAR:  Yes.  FUN FACTS: Theo was severely abused. Upon entry into rescue he hid in a corner, back to us, and shook hard. He's come a long way, however, and does well on his calming drops. He loves his foster family, but he is still a timid guy and afraid of new people. He will require commitment, devotion, and patience. He will not be a dog that is snuggly and kissy or wrapped up in his new family, due to his need to learn to trust. He will take a significant amount of time to learn and to establish acceptance of his new life but he is SO worth it. Theo is a VERY KIND and GENTLE dog with a soft, loving heart. He has absolutely ZERO aggression. He's also highly intelligent. He requires a 6ft fence for playtime and to be on a leash at ALL times when not in the fenced area due to his fears and his breed - NO EXCEPTIONS. He will also need someone who can handle his strength for times when he might be afraid on a leash. *Note that he is probably not full grown at 103lbs. Theo loves his canine companions and would be unhappy in a home without other dogs, but he will need gentle introductions just b/c he'll be afraid. He loves to play and highly depends on his canine friends. Theo LOVES treats and food, and he is very mild mannered when taking them from you. He loves his morning and evening treat and runs to the kitchen and sits handsomely when he knows it's time. He's a fun boy with a tremendous smile, and he also talks similar to a Husky at times. Theo is devoted to those he loves and appreciates their kindness. He is a lovely boy with an innocent and very sweet disposition. ##1311506##

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Anderson County PAWS

1320 Hwy 29 South, Anderson, SC 29626

Pet Types: cats, dogs, rabbits, small animals

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39.6 miles

Anderson County PAWS

1320 Hwy 29 South, Anderson, SC 29626

Pet Types: cats, dogs, rabbits, small animals

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