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Rico Suave

Pit Bull Terrier

Male, Senior
Fargo, ND
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Not good with kids, Not good with dogs, Not good with cats, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
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var switchTo5x=false;stLight.options({publisher:'56e40c2a-2928-4a92-9903-c88366473aa8'}); If you would like to provide this dog a loving home, please fill out a pre-adoption application.  Have a question? Please read our Frequently Asked Questions and Adoption Processed Explained documentation. _________ B I O ______________   Name:&#226&#128&#175 Rico Suave Size: ~Large range: 61-100 lbs   Adoption Donation:&#226&#128&#175$75 (applicable sales tax included).&#226&#128&#175Adoption fees may be paid by cash or check.&#226&#128&#175   Other:&#226&#128&#175&#226&#128&#175Neutered Male, Vaccinations current, Microchip, No other pets, No children, Fenced-in yard required **  Rico Suave qualifies for our&#226&#128&#175 Seniors for Seniors Program.&#226&#128&#175 This program places senior dogs (age 8 or older) with senior citizens (age 65 or older) at a reduced adoption fee of $65.00. If you qualify and are interested in participating in this program, please fill out an application online and type "SENIOR" after your name.   * Rico Suave requires daily medication for the management of his allergies. The cost of this medication is $180 for 3 months.    Rico Suave would luv to meet you!   Foster Home Feedback   * &#226&#128&#175NO Other Pets, NO Children, and&#226&#128&#175 Fenced-in yard required.  * Rico has had several masses removed, they were sent to a lab for histopathology. They came back as suspect histiocytomas, but because that type of mass typically occurs in young dogs, the histopathologist is suspicious of cutaneous Langerhan’s cell histiocytosis. Though these masses are typically benign, they may continue to grow, and some may grow faster than others. We have seen some growth and then shrink. The masses may need to be removed per vet recommendation if they show signs of infection. 2/28/24 Foster Feedback: This distinguished, handsome and spry senior is still patiently waiting (over 900 days now!) for a kind hearted person to share their heart and home with him.  He needs so little…a soft dog bed or a fuzzy blanket on an end of your couch is just fine for Mr. Suave. This guy is easy peasy,  rarely barks, eats and travels well, never has a potty accident, kennels beautifully or can be left loose in the house and is friendly with adult strangers. He isn’t the most photogenic as his expression never changes…it literally always looks the same whether he’s happy, sad, excited or mad. He may look grumpy but he’s definitely not.  Rico does have some skin issues requiring weekly medicated baths, but he jumps right into either the tub or shower with no problem at all. His skin medication is only $60 a month and he is not on prescription food either.   During this mild winter, he has been willing to take a long walk just about every day. He walks loose leash perfectly. He also will run after a tennis ball a few times and throw his stuffed fox in the air. He is looking forward to some sun bathing on the patio soon!   I hope Rico gets a chance to meet one of you looking for a perfect companion.  10/21/2023 Foster Feedback: This is Rico Suave and I can’t believe not even one person has asked to meet me over the last two years. I've been anchoring the list of available dogs for waaay too long considering what an agreeable, affectionate and well-behaved guy I am! The only time I ever bark is if the doorbell wakes me up from a snooze. I’m not interested in looking out windows so I never even see the mailman, I have never put my front paws on a counter ever, and I never bother or chew on anything. My foster mom tells me every day what a good boy I am and I really really am!   I love to ride in the car and am quiet and calm, I don’t need to go outside to do my duty more than a few times a day. I sometimes like to go for a 6-8 block walk (I never pull), but mostly I’m content to just lay on whatever dog bed is closest to where my foster mom is. I even love to just be in my kennel with the door open. Since I’m such a good boy, I have run of the house when my family is gone. If you read under my picture about some growths I had in the past, I am happy to tell you I haven’t had any more! Yay for me! Although I am almost 10.5 years old, I am very spry and have absolutely no old age aches or pains, my muzzle isn’t grizzled and my eyes see very well. What I do have are a lot of skin tags and warts and I need to have a medicated shampoo every 5-6 days to keep my sensitive skin doing good. I do have more dander than an average dog, but my mom says it’s not a big deal to swiffer or vacuum more often. She keeps a blanket or sheet over the bed and the couch that I have permission to sleep on. I take cyclosporine every day to help my skin and occasionally have a cytopoint shot if my skin gets itchy.  While I want to be your only pet, I don’t act bad when I see another dog on a walk, and I don’t give a hoot about geese, squirrels or turkeys wandering around.  The best thing about me is all the love I show to my foster mom and dad. I am happiest when they sit down so I can invade their personal space and lay my big noggin on their lap! I am such a loveable guy and I know there has to be a forever person out there somewhere for me. I am waiting for you…please come and pick me as your companion and friend!   06/12/2023 Foster Feedback: Grandpa Rico is still patiently waiting for his forever home while living at the lake this summer and experiencing new activities. He took his first pontoon ride and was very comfortable just hanging out looking at other boats and the scenery passing by. I also brought him into the water and confirmed he can swim…but he really didn’t enjoy it much.  What he does really enjoy is basking in the sun on the concrete…and we do short sessions a few times a day. Mostly he just naps the day away staying close to where I am. He is such an affectionate, calm and loving dog! Go with the flow Rico is so well behaved…he never gets into anything, keeps all 4 paws on the floor and jumps right into the tub for his weekly medicated bath. He rarely woofs at strangers walking on the beach road anymore and is content to just walk around the yard with me for exercise a few times a day. Rico is such an easy dog…he just needs a home without kids, has a fence and no other pets. He will give you all the love you need!     5/18/2023 Foster Feedback: Grandpa Rico has gone from holding down the couch to lawn ornament status basking in the warmth of the sun! Rico may have a grumpy countenance, but he is one of the most agreeable and go-with-the-flow dogs we have had the pleasure of fostering. His allergies still require medicated baths every five days and yep, he does have more than usual amounts of dander…but it’s an easy fix with a vacuum and swiffer!   Rico is a good eater, keeps all four feet on the floor (except when snuggling on the couch or sleeping just as close as he can possibly can to you in bed at night.) He doesn’t snore, kennels beautifully or can be left to free roam, only wants a short walk on nice days, has never chewed on anything human related, rides quietly and calmly in any vehicle and rarely barks. Look at that adorable little tip of his tongue that escapes his mostly toothless gums.  Although Rico wants to be your only pet, he is not reactive when seeing other dogs on walks or while riding in the car. He really is such a very, very good boy!     1/18/2023 Foster Feedback: Rico Suave has been with us since Christmas and we LOVE him!  We are retired and mostly home and he is happy not being kenneled all day. Rico is just the easiest and sweetest old man and has excellent house manners and a quiet, loving, and gentle nature. Literally, all he needs is a comfy dog bed or the end of a couch to nap on…and someone willing to give him frequent medicated baths to help his skin.  Rico doesn’t play with toys or chew on bones but will be happy to take a walk on warmer days, go for rides in the car or cuddle up next to you. He is a champion napper…happiest when he is right next to you with his huge noggin resting on your lap 9/6/2022 Foster Feedback: Rico has been doing well this summer. He enjoys napping on the cement, going for short walks, listening to turkeys (they don't bother him), and playing 5 minutes of tug of war every week. It's a big regiment for a big fella in his retirement phase of life. Rico has been doing very very well on walks; not reacting to other dogs or other critters out on walks. He is still a very treat-motivated old man. Rico sure would like to lounge in his forever home very soon! 7/21/2022 Volunteer Feedback: Rico Suave is a precious old man who would love to be someone's best buddy. His talents include snacking, pondering the meaning of life, and making sure the couch isn't going anywhere. He likes to be close to or directly on his people while just hanging out, or patrolling the great outdoors and taking in all the local sniffs. He's one of those gentle giants who may look like a grump but is secretly a total softie who isn't afraid to show his love with kisses and snuggles. 2/9/2022: Rico is the perfect winter dog in my mind as he has no interest in long walks in the cold or the snow; he just wants to go out for business purposes only. He loves his walks in the warmer weather of course. Rather than a long cold, snowy walk, he would rather just have a tasty treat out of his kong and then snuggle up for a nap. Handsome man Rico hasn't had any new bumps since the last bumps in the fall disappeared, so that is great news! Rico recently attended a "VIP" dog event the rescue collaborated with Down Dog Studio and Rico got to spend half an hour getting about a million pets from strangers; he was an absolute ham. He is pouting and sad he didn't find his forever home but, he looks forward to you giving him the next million pets. Rico grows weary of his foster father coming home from volunteering at the shelter almost daily and smelling like other dogs while he sits in his kennel; it's just not right for an old pup in his retirement years! 8/27/21:  Rico has been with me for a couple of months now. Rico was returned to the rescue after about 7 years, so he is really thankful 4 Luv of Dog has been there twice to take him in. Rico has been a very easy dog to have in the home. He is a fantastic house guest, I am more than happy to let him spend a little time here while he searches for that perfect retirement home. Rico will spend most of the day sleeping. He might follow you around the house a little but generally, he is going to find a cozy spot if there isn't a lap to settle into. Rico is kennel trained and spends his time while I am away in his kennel. He does well and seems comfortable. I always give him a reward for kenneling, and he usually gets breakfast in his kennel before I leave for work. He is potty trained and hasn't had any accidents.  Rico generally gets a little exercise after I return from work and then it's nap time again for Mr. Suave. Rico does love walking and exploring, occasionally even running. As a distinguished older gentleman, however, he doesn't really need extreme amounts of exercise daily as some dogs require. Rico is an oinker that absolutely loves his food and treats, which is great for training and having him follow your directions. That being said, his weight is doing pretty well and he has lost a few pounds since his initial vet visit, as the vet recommended. Rico's transition from his old home of about 7 years to a stay at the shelter, then to my home was not very easy for him. He was also coming off a prescription of steroids per the veterinarian's advice. While he was completely content inside my apartment almost immediately, he did take some adjustments to the neighborhood on walks. Other people and dogs would stress him out if we got too close. He really needed decompression time to get used to his new surroundings. 4 Luv of Dog sent Rico and me through a six-week training course  "Over Reactive Rover"  through Down Dog Studio to help him overcome this hurdle, and it has helped immensely. Rico has been much easier and calmer to walk and has picked up very well on everything we have been taught. I would, of course, go over some of the things we worked on so he can continue to be successful in his retirement home. I would also encourage adopters to continue training as training classes are just as much for the owner as for the dog. I feel like Rico's transition from his foster home to an adoptive home will be much easier than the transition from the shelter to a foster home. This coupled with the training Rico has received has him really looking forward to lounging around with you, so please consider adopting Rico to help him finish his journey out of the rescue for good!!To view additional dogs available for adoption, please see our website: www.4luvofdog.org May 28, 2024, 10:45 am
We'll also keep you updated on Lotus's adoption status with email updates.
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Lotus

Pit Bull Terrier Husky

Female, Young
Fargo, ND
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with dogs, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
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var switchTo5x=false;stLight.options({publisher:'56e40c2a-2928-4a92-9903-c88366473aa8'}); If you would like to provide this dog a loving home, please fill out a pre-adoption application.  Have a question? Please read our Frequently Asked Questions and Adoption Processed Explained documentation. _________ B I O ______________  Name: Lotus Size: (Once fully grown) ~Medium range: 26-60 lbs  Adoption Donation:&#226&#128&#175$250 (applicable sales tax included)  Adoption fees may be paid by cash or check.&#226&#128&#175  Other:&#226&#128&#175&#226&#128&#175Spayed Female, Vaccinations current, Microchip  Lotus is a blossoming flower ready for her new life   Foster Home Feedback  5/8/2024 Foster Feedback: This sweet girl exudes boundless energy and enthusiasm, making her a joy to be around. Her high energy levels are both endearing and adorable, showing her zest for life. She thrives in the company of other medium to large-sized dogs with a neutral to submissive temperament. These friends provide her with the perfect balance of playfulness and stability, allowing her to channel her energy positively. Lotus has a very sociable nature and loves her large dog friends. With the right canine companionship, her vibrant spirit will continue to shine, making her an excellent addition to any loving home. She is mostly housebroken, but will have an occasional accident when left in her kennel for a long period or time or overstimulated at home. 3/7/2024 Foster Feedback: Lotus has had an amazing recovery from her jaw injury and has been living it up!  She loves to play with her dog friends and has even learned how to play with the cat appropriately! She would LOVE a high energy, playful, large dog friend to frolic and romp with.  She loves every person and animal that she meets.  She is a smart girl and picks up on routines and commands well.  She is treat motivated and wants to do everything she can to earn that delicious reward!  She would love to find a family to take her to obedience classes or even maybe an agility class.  She is doing really great with potty training, but sometimes still has an accident when kenneled for a full day.  But is getting better every time!  She currently has graduated to sleeping on a dog bed on the floor in her foster family's bedroom and loves that.  She is a wonderful, happy girl that just wants to cuddle and play! 01/24/2024 Foster Feedback: Lotus has had a long recovery, when she came into the rescue she was suffering from multiple jaw fractures caused by being attacked by another dog. She had to spend 2 months in a cone and muzzle. She is finally recovered and is ready to find her forever family! Lotus is now your typical young puppy. She is active and playful and smart. She loves to run and the husky in her loved to play in the snow. She is working on potty training, but sometimes forgets to tell you she has to go, so taking her out frequently helps prevent accidents, but she is getting better about going to the door. Lotus sleeps in a crate well, and she is still working on holding her bladder all night. Lotus is very playful and loves to play with dogs that have her energy level. Having a friend to play with helps burn off all her extra energy! Like any puppy Lotus would benefit from attending some obedience classes, as she still has a lot to learn!To view additional dogs available for adoption, please see our website: www.4luvofdog.org May 28, 2024, 10:45 am
We'll also keep you updated on Tarzan Superfly's adoption status with email updates.
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Tarzan Superfly

Pit Bull Terrier

Male, Adult
Fargo, ND
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with dogs, Good with cats, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
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var switchTo5x=false;stLight.options({publisher:'56e40c2a-2928-4a92-9903-c88366473aa8'}); If you would like to provide this dog a loving home, please fill out a pre-adoption application.  Have a question? Please read our Frequently Asked Questions and Adoption Processed Explained documentation. _________ B I O ______________  Name: Tarzan Superfly Size:  ~Medium range: 26-60 lbs  Adoption Donation:&#226&#128&#175$250 (applicable sales tax included).&#226&#128&#175Adoption fees may be paid by cash or check.&#226&#128&#175  Other:&#226&#128&#175&#226&#128&#175Neutered Male, Vaccinations current, Microchip, Dog-Savvy Cats Only    Tarzan Superfly is as unique as his name   Foster Home Feedback  ** Dog-Savvy Cats Only 03/19/2024 Foster Feedback: Tarzan Superfly is a big love bug who is always excited to see his people. He may possibly have the cutest nose I have ever seen!! We have been lucky to have been his foster home for about a month now. Upon returning to him when we need to be away, his excitement and energy is notable but settles down after you assure him with love. He plays great with our resident dog and does not have any resource guarding. Tarzan has been a loveable gentleman with our 3yr old niece and seems to always need to know where she is when she is visiting. He is very food motivated which helps him pick up new commands quickly. However, without the food reward he is a bit stubborn. We have been working on commands like sit and lay down, as well as his walking manners and his tendency to be a bit jumpy when he first sees you. He goes into his kennel without issues and remains calm with the occasional whining at the beginning. He is fully potty trained and only barks at the "intruding" delivery man.  Tarzan is a great pup who just needs a little more attention and work to hone in his excitement and zest for life. 2/15/2024 Building Volunteer Feedback: Tarzan was a dream to work with on a leash! He walked very well and enjoys to people-watch. He is dealing with some jumping and overexcitement towards people, but once he settles down he can be a good cuddle buddy on the couch. He is very food motivated. We did some short training sessions to work on his jumping, and he is catching on fast! He has a lot of learning to do, but he is definitely one of a kind. And his name is very fitting for his personality! To view additional dogs available for adoption, please see our website: www.4luvofdog.org May 28, 2024, 10:45 am
We'll also keep you updated on Lark's adoption status with email updates.
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Lark

Pit Bull Terrier

Female, Adult
Fargo, ND
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with dogs, Not good with cats, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
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var switchTo5x=false;stLight.options({publisher:'56e40c2a-2928-4a92-9903-c88366473aa8'}); If you would like to provide this dog a loving home, please fill out a pre-adoption application.  Have a question? Please read our Frequently Asked Questions and Adoption Processed Explained documentation. _________ B I O ______________  Name: Lark Size: Medium range: 26-60 lbs  Adoption Donation: &#226&#128&#175$250 (applicable sales tax included) Adoption fees may be paid by cash or check.&#226&#128&#175  Other:&#226&#128&#175&#226&#128&#175 Spayed Female, Vaccinations current, Microchip, NO cats!   Lark is a sweet, sweet girl looking for lots of treats and love in her new home.   Foster Home Feedback  ** NO cats! 4/11/2024 Foster Feedback: Lark is a sweetie who loves cuddles and sleeping next to a human! She gets along well with our dog - she just needs some time to adjust. She will go into a kennel, but doesn't overly like it. Lark loves toys, but don't expect them to last for long because she loves to chew.  However, she has not chewed on human items (shoes, cords, etc).  Lark does bark at other dogs and people (she just wants to say hello). She is house trained and has not had any accidents, though we do have a doggie door for her to use at her convenience. 2/25/2024 Temporary Care Feedback: We kennel-napped Lark for a long weekend to give her a break from the shelter and man did we fall in love with this special girl! She rides great in the car, walks great on a leash after some initial excitement, and is great with humans both male and female. She loves toys, plays hard and naps hard, loves her mealtime and is very polite around human food, and so desperately just wants a couch to lay on and a lap to cuddle. She never once tried to get into anything that she shouldn’t. She’s seriously so easy and chill after she settles in. We did proper slower introductions with her to our male dog and after a good walk through the neighborhood she wanted to be besties with him. The weekend was spent with her trying to play with him and him just wanting to cuddle with her. She also got a much needed bath while at our house and although she was pretty scared to get in the tub she was an absolute angel while getting cleaned up. Lark slept beautifully through the night in her kennel but we don’t know how she does in her kennel when the humans leave the house. We wanted to spend as much time as possible with her so we never left her side. Lark is one of those special dogs that just pulls on your heartstrings. She is so beautiful and sweet, is such a fun pocket size (only 38 pounds!), and just deserves to be the apple of someone’s eye for the rest of her life. Please consider adding this precious girl to your family, you won’t regret it! 9/19/2022 Volunteer Feedback: This sweet, small girl will come at you tail-wagging and asking for some love! Lark’s adorable ears accentuate her beautiful face. Her loving personality makes her a gentle soul. She enjoys scratches on her belly and behind her ears. She walks very nicely on leash with no pulling and she enjoys the scenic route (especially if it has lots of sniff spots)! She walks at a slow time pace and takes in the views and scents around her. This smart girl knows her commands and performs them eagerly. Just watch out—she is just as excited to get a treat and may tug on a finger! Lark, despite her small size, would be enough to fill anyone’s heart!   9/11/2022 Volunteer Feedback: Miss Lark is a wonderful dog! She's small but fierce...in a great way! Lark came into the rescue with some tummy issues but they've since cleared up. Her spark comes thru more and more as she's getting comfortable and feeling better. There have been a few volunteers that have taken her out kennel breaks and she's done great on her adventures. Lark is dog friendly but would do best in a home with a laid-back dog buddy. Cats are a no-go for Miss Lark, unfortunately. Walks with her are a breeze. She likes to check in with you now and again, just to make sure you're keeping up with her. If she does get too excited, she's easily redirected. My favorite feature of Lark is her ears. I mean, just look at them! She's got em and knows how to flaunt them. Give this girl a chance and there's no doubt that you'll fall for her. 9/6/2022 Temporary Care Feedback: Lark does well in her kennel. She had one accident right away each time I had her, but then settles in with no accidents. She didn't really have a cue that she needed to go outside, but she had no accidents when I let her out every couple of hours. She walks well. She knows "sit" and "come". She mainly napped on my couch both times I had her. Short walks and fetch were enough to wear her out, so pretty low activity. She stuck pretty close to me and had to be near me most of the time. She likes snacks and doesn't seem food possessive. She wanted to play with my old dog, so I had to redirect her because my blind little dog is not one that plays. She would really love to be in a house. She was really happy while she was here. To view additional dogs available for adoption, please see our website: www.4luvofdog.org May 28, 2024, 10:45 am
We'll also keep you updated on Kitchen's adoption status with email updates.
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Kitchen

Pit Bull Terrier

Female, Adult
Fargo, ND
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Not good with kids, Not good with dogs, Not good with cats, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
var switchTo5x=false;stLight.options({publisher:'56e40c2a-2928-4a92-9903-c88366473aa8'}); If you would like to provide this dog a loving home, please fill out a pre-adoption application.  Have a question? Please read our Frequently Asked Questions and Adoption Processed Explained documentation. _________ B I O ______________  Name: Kitchen Size: Medium range: 26-60 lbs  Adoption Donation:&#226&#128&#175$75 (applicable sales tax included).&#226&#128&#175Adoption fees may be paid by cash or check.&#226&#128&#175  Other:&#226&#128&#175Spayed Female, Vaccinations current, Microchip, No other pets, No children, Fenced-in yard required   Kitchen has it all AND the kitchen sink!   Foster Home Feedback  ** No other pets, No children, Fenced-in yard required 2/28/24 Foster Feedback: Kitchen is an absolutely lovely dog. I would snatch her up myself if my situation allowed it. She is sooooo affectionate and just loves to cuddle up with her person on the couch, really any person. When she is not trying to lay on you or asking for pets, she prefers to show off her goofy personality by parading around the house with a squeaky toy or throwing balls down the stairs so she can chase them. She is still young so she likes to be active, and loves to run laps in the backyard and take walks around the neighborhood. She does really well on a long leash and harness, but does still pull to try and say hi to other dogs or investigate a rabbit or squirrel. She also still pulls whenever you use a collar instead of a harness.  Kitchen is also muzzle trained, and I would recommend using one if there is any chance she might be approached by another dog without sufficient warning. She is so pretty and friendly that people want to bring their dog up to say hi without asking, but she really does not like other dogs inside her bubble. This has not been necessary on walks because we can simply walk across the street to avoid another dog.  She is clever girl who has learned a number of commands - sit, lay down, hand targeting, and even to roll on her back so you can wipe mud off her feet. We are still working on stay, and also on recalls when she is outside. Inside the house, she is very easy to manage, a gentle "ope" or "uh-oh" is usually all it takes. She can be a little timid and submissive at times, so it definitely helps her if her home is calm and doesn't have a lot of commotion. She has been fantastic with every visitor I've had, and this includes people who were new to her when I was not there. She is als friendly towards my neighbors and their children. Kitchen is crate trained, and while she may pout a bit about it, she will do just fine in one while you are away. She is so well behaved in my house, that I haven't had to have her in a crate while I am gone.   If you're willing to give this sweetheart a loving home, she is absolutely willing to shower you in all the kisses, affection, and dog hair on your shirt that you can handle. She already has with me!To view additional dogs available for adoption, please see our website: www.4luvofdog.org May 28, 2024, 10:45 am
We'll also keep you updated on Suriel's adoption status with email updates.
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Suriel

Pit Bull Terrier

Female, Young
Fargo, ND
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Good with dogs, Good with cats, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
var switchTo5x=false;stLight.options({publisher:'56e40c2a-2928-4a92-9903-c88366473aa8'}); If you would like to provide this dog a loving home, please fill out a pre-adoption application.  Have a question? Please read our Frequently Asked Questions and Adoption Processed Explained documentation. _________ B I O ______________  Name: Suriel Size: (Once fully grown) Large range: 61-100 lbs  Adoption Donation:&#226&#128&#175$250 (applicable sales tax included)  Adoption fees may be paid by cash or check.&#226&#128&#175  Other:&#226&#128&#175&#226&#128&#175Spayed Female, Vaccinations current, Microchip    Suriel is a sweet girl dreaming of a family she can call her own   **  Suriel has been diagnosed with Psychogenic Polydipsia. Psychogenic polydipsia involves drinking excessively with no apparent cause or reason. It means there is nothing actually systemically wrong with her, her blood work is normal and UTI has been ruled out. It is thought this condition can be behavioral in origin, and can be exacerbated by stress. We manage this by monitoring and limiting her water access. She should not have free access to water and should be limited to 30oz per day based on her weight (1 oz per pound per day), she is also on a cranberry supplement called Crananidin. She takes 1 a day. This can be purchased over the counter places like chewy, and is about $50 for 75 capsules. **  Due to chronic cherry in both her eyes, Suriel had her third eyelids removed. This should be monitored annually at her vet visits. Occasionally dogs without a third eyelid can develop dry eye, and may require a daily rewetting drop. Foster Home Feedback  04/15/2024 Foster Feedback: Suriel was able to spend a long weekend with us. She is such a sweet girl. She took direction from our dog-selective resident and easily co-mingled over the weekend. We enjoyed walks - Suriel proved to be a great walker however she did get easily distracted by new noises. She loved her walks to the park and enjoyed all of the attention from kids. Her favorite indoor activity is cuddling on the couch. Suriel was very treat motivated did great with her potty training. Monitoring her water was helpful in keeping her on a great path. She realized quickly which door we used to go out and even gave some queues when she was ready for a potty break. Suriel slept through the night and was quiet anytime she was kenneled. She did need reminders on which stuffies were hers and which belonged to the kids, but honestly don’t they all look the same? Suriel mostly left our cat alone, especially after the cat informed her that he’s not into playing. Suriel was such a fun and easy-going dog. If you’re looking for someone with a mix of cuddling and to enjoy the outdoors, put your app in. She’s right here. 03/21/2024 Foster Feedback: Suriel has still been doing amazing! Now that her eyes are fully healed, she’s been able to zip around with her foster siblings without worrying about her eye medications. With the nicer weather, she has really enjoyed zooming around the yard with the other dogs. She has been growing like a weed these past couple months! She has continued to do amazing in her kennel at night and has been improving on her potty training. She did have a bit of a regression when the cold snap hit, but she’s on the right track again! She benefits well from a consistent potty schedule. Suriel has been doing well on leash walks and loves to smell all the new scents she encounters. She also loves tagging along for car rides, and enjoys curling up on a heated seat when it's chilly out. Though she still has some learning to do, she has come very far with her manners! She still gets very excited and forgets them sometimes, but who wouldn’t get excited about cookies?? Most of all, Suriel loves her chew toys, lick mat, and snuggling up next to her people! Suriel can't wait to find her forever home!   01/21/2024 Foster Feedback: Suriel has been such a sweet, snuggly girl since we've had her and is nothing but wonderful. She has been doing absolutely fantastic in her kennel at night, and hasn't had a single accident in it since she came to us. Potty training goes well at home when she's out of her kennel - we take her out every 45-60 minutes or so, and she has been asking to go out more often. Suriel is recovering well from her bilateral cherry eye removal & spay, and hasn't lost a single drop of her spunk! Suriel loves to curl up on the couch with her people and foster siblings - two dogs and a cat. She takes the best naps and makes a great personal heater. Suriel & our resident animals play so well together! Our cat is very dog savvy, and likes to wrestle with Suriel, so older or less dog-savvy cats may not appreciate Suriel's style of kitty play. Suriel loves toys, and is so far very fond of the stuffed Bobo and parrot. Leash walking is a work in progress, as she does get a little stubborn at times, but for the most part, she walks on a leash well. She knows how to sit (but sometimes forgets if she's too excited) and is in the process of learning to lie down. Suriel would love to go to a family with another dog to play with, and someone to give her lots of snuggles and pets! To view additional dogs available for adoption, please see our website: www.4luvofdog.org May 28, 2024, 10:45 am

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Jarek

Pit Bull Terrier

Male, 1 yr 10 mos
Detroit Lakes, MN
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(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
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House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
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Jersey

Pit Bull Terrier

Male, 2 yrs 10 mos
Detroit Lakes, MN
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
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House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
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