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Wilfred

Australian Cattle Dog

Male, Adult
Garden City, NY
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with dogs, Not good with cats, House-trained,
Story
Location is Westminster, MD. Wilfred is looking for his next adventure! Wilfred is approximately 7 years old and is an Australian Shepherd/Australian Cattle Dog mix. He is wicked smart and has medium energy and would do best with daily exercise. He would make an excellent hiking partner, agility prospect and would excel at learning tricks. He loves catching frisbees and balls and enjoys squeak toys. He walks well on a leash, but also has great recall off-leash. He is very obedient and has a kind heart. He loves riding in the car and will patiently wait for you to return. His ideal home would be with an individual, couple, or the right family. He previously lived with small children and was very gentle. Just like most ACD’s, he likes to get to know his people and approach on his own terms. Now, to what he does not like…NO CATS!! He had a terrible experience with a cat in his previous life and he is still trying to get revenge. He will chase small animals, squirrels, chipmunks, birds, but can be verbally redirected easily. He previously lived with another female dog and is sharing my house with two male dogs. I think with the proper introduction, he would get along with either sex. I would recommend that they be about the same size. I do not think he would tolerate small, vocal, or anxious dogs. I would also recommend that his fur friends be confident…he previously lived with an insecure dog, and he fed off her anxious energy. I have calm, confident dogs and he has been fine. He is crate trained and house broken. He can be left out of the crate and has not had any accidents or damaged any furniture. If he gets anxious or unsure of a situation, gunfire, or fireworks, he likes to grab a squeak toy which redirects his attention and calms him down. I live near a gun range, and he has gotten less reactive to the noise since he first arrived. The dog has a lot of heart. He tries extremely hard to please. If you think Wilfred would make your home complete, please reach out to me with any questions. He is currently being fostered in Westminster, MD. Foster, J. Whelan – celticfrost214@gmail.com ?Complete an Application: https://www.acdra.org/adoption-application July 13, 2024, 9:45 am
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Jimmie

Australian Cattle Dog

Male, Young
Garden City, NY
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Not good with dogs, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Location is Somerville, MA.   Meet Jimmy ! Or, as we also call him, The Bean, Jimmer, and Him Jim. Jimmy came to ACDRA in 2021 with a broken back leg, but after surgery and rehabilitation, you’d barely know he had an issue! Jimmy is 2 ½ years old and a big guy at 60-65 pounds. He is up-to-date on vaccinations, neutered, and microchipped. He is crate-trained (though it still works best with a treat involved), house-broken, and knows basic commands. His recall is pretty good in the house, but I wouldn’t trust him off leash. For this reason, he’ll need a yard with a fence at least 6 feet high. Jimmy is an absolute love bug and would like nothing more than to be petted forever and ever. In fact, if you stop petting him before he’s ready for that, you may find him indulging in some annoying behaviors, like chewing on dining room chairs. He’s a big chewer – he has about 6 different kongs and loves each and every one. He can’t have stuffed toys, though, as he immediately rips them apart. Jimmy should be an only pet–he does not do well with cats or any other small animals. He’s been known to terrorize the birds in the yard. Additionally, he is dog aggressive, especially on leash, and is a resource guarder. Jimmy should not be in a home with children, either, because he’s both mouthy and jumpy. Since his leg healed, he’s regained the ability to jump and will leap suddenly if you have something in your hand that he’s curious about. Jimmy is crazy-smart and needs to be engaged. He’s very attached to his people, but not so interested in others. We’ve worked with a trainer and he seemed fine with her, but he doesn’t always react well to people on the street during walks. Jimmy ’s ideal adopter would be a single person or couple who are looking for a dog they can do things with like scent work. He will likely benefit from more work with a professional trainer, as well. If you’re interested in knowing more about Jimmy , please reach out to me at slaxterfosters@gmail.com , and please go to ACDRA.org to get to know our organization policies. Complete an Application: https://www.acdra.org/adoption-applicationJuly 13, 2024, 9:45 am
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Red

Australian Cattle Dog

Male
Garden City, NY
Size
(when grown) -
Details
Not good with kids, Not good with cats, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Location: Manchester, MD Red came to us as a Foster in March 2023.   He had a lot of trust issues which even made a few of his fosters uncomfortable.   I have worked with him to learn how he should act around humans and other dogs.    His first owner gave him up because he liked to chase the neighbor cat.  The owner could not afford to put a fence up.   He was adopted out of the shelter again.   This time, near as I can figure he was kept in a crate that was too small.   In the year he has been with me, I feed him in his crate and he willing goes in on his own.    We have a pet door and fenced yard, he has had no accidents in the house and I leave him out when no one is home, with my other two ACD’s  Red loves short car rides.   However, for longer trips he does best in his crate.   He likes to counter surf and trash can loot. He is getting better, if I catch him he puts himself in his crate without closing the door.  This 6-year-old has a lot of energy. I mean A LOT. He has some incredible speed and stamina. I have clocked him running at 15 mph Therefore, he would do great in a household that are big hikers or somebody wanting to try agility. He can jump from the ground into the back of a pick-up truck with no hesitation. He loves to jump up on the hay bales in the barn and in the back of some of our trailers. It is like he is looking for treasures. He can entertain himself with balls outside.  He loves toys but we have too many dogs to play together. The more confidence Red has the more bickering goes on between the two of them with too much Red Dog attitude.   Has not chased any livestock, just wild life.  He had huge anxiety issues like spinning in circles and biting at his tail. This behavior has disappeared, if he gets stressed he will do it.  Simply calling him to you is enough to reset his mind.  His person needs to be strong minded and very regimented in how you handle him.  At the end of the day, he likes to crawl up next to you on a chair or bed and snuggle. He will chase small dogs and cats, and vehicles given the chance. He shares a home with a senior ACD and Female ACD, however he would be best to be an only dog.    He is up to date on Vax & etc. You will have to be able to meet him before adopting him to make sure it is a good match. We are in north central MD (Manchester MD)roxy@sweetrockstables.com Complete an Application: https://www.acdra.org/adoption-application    July 13, 2024, 9:45 am
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Kaia

Australian Cattle Dog

Female, Young
Garden City, NY
Size
(when grown) -
Details
Good with dogs, Not good with cats, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Kaia Middletown, DE Kaia is an approximately 1.5 year old, 25 pound Australian cattle dog mix who is looking for her fur-ever family. She currently lives with several other dogs but can be unpredictable and does not do well with all, several meet & greets will be required with any resident dogs due to Kai’s dominant behavior. There should be no small animals in Kaia’s forever home as she has an extreme prey drive and is relentless in her pursuit. Kaia is very good about entertaining herself and playing independently so would be fine as the only dog & the center of attention in her new home! She loves exploring the yard, however, is a 1-woman machine when it comes to digging holes. If you enjoy a well manicured yard, you can stop reading now, you’ll never have it with Kaia around. Kai is crate trained and mostly potty trained with only a few accidents but will need continued positive reinforcement in her new home. She is up to date on age appropriate vaccines, spayed, microchipped and on flea & heart-worm preventatives. She knows several basic commands, but has selective hearing if you don’t have a visible treat to offer her for performing them. Potential adopters must live within 1-2 hour of Kaia’s foster home, zip code 19709, due to the need for multiple meet and greets. Because of Kaia’s unique personality, a home that has Belgian malinois, german shepherd or bully breed experience would likely understand her the most. She will not be adopted to a home with children. Please contact Kaia’s foster Mom at gina443@hotmail.com with any questions. If you’d like adopt Kaia, please fill out an application here: https://www.acdra.org/adoption-application July 13, 2024, 9:45 am
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Mack

Australian Cattle Dog Labrador Retriever

Male
Garden City, NY
Size
(when grown) -
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Mack Fostered In: Washburn, TN Hi All! My name is Mack, a nice masculine name for a handsome dude like me! I am an approximately 1.5 year old cattle dog mix, stop chuckling, I really am. My mama was cattle dog and my dad was probably a very handsome lab (clearly I take after dad). Foster mom says I am a very good boy, she tells me all the time, Mack you are a very good boy. I am a low to medium energy boy who doesn't mind spending all day on the couch watching a good netflix movie; but I am also up to a nice walk in the woods so I can take in all the smells and sounds. I do still like to chew on inappropriate things (mom decides what is inappropriate) so when mom isn't home I do spend time in my crate and I am good with that. I don't mind taking a nice lazy nap in my crate. I can be redirected easily to things I am supposed to chew on! I have been hanging out with my sister Scarlett, but I do well with other dogs as long as you give me just a few minutes to give them a good look over and a few sniffs. Once I determine they smell okay, I am willing to play! Did I mention I like the human things called kids. Especially if they are willing to take me for a walk or play. Mama says I am good on a leash, house trained and very kind and respectful. I would love to share your couch with you and do some exploring! Mack is currently being fostered in Washburn TN, but don't let distance deter you from inquiring about this handsome boy! Hi all, foster mom here, Mack is a really good boy, up to date on vaccines and is neutered. He would make a great family dog! If you have any questions about Mack email me at syn_rodger@yahoo.com You can find an application to adopt here: https://www.acdra.org/adoption-applicationJuly 13, 2024, 9:45 am
We'll also keep you updated on Ivy's adoption status with email updates.
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Ivy

Australian Cattle Dog

Female, Young
Garden City, NY
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with dogs, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Location is Deerfield, NH. Ivy is a wildly sweet and busy 6yo ACD. Her motto is "can't stop, won't stop" and she lives to do all the things, all at once. She's food motivated to learn and loves to play Ball on her terms (the squeakier and bouncier the better, and more than 1 at a time). Ivy's overall excitement for life makes her impulse control skills a bit foggy and sometimes turns off her listening ears. For her safety she needs a home dedicated to keeping her on leash or in a securely fenced in yard.  Ivy is dog friendly, but is dog wary. She doesn't believe other animals (human or dog) want personal space and gives off an energy vibe most dogs don't want to be around. She once lived with another dog that didn't tolerate her zest for life and told her frequently she needed to control herself. After a few disagreements about their differing opinions Ivy's developed resentment towards being told what to do by other dogs (even when she is the one being inapprorpiate). Therefore any future housemates of Ivy's need to be fully accepting of her commitment to her lifestyle. Ivy thinks all other animals that move are for chasing and biting (naturally).  She will not live peacefully in a home with cats or other small pets. While she currently lives the farm life, she's not a farm-friendly dog. She thinks chickens would make a great snack if she had the chance to taste them as well as the other farm animals. Ivy is crate trained and retreats to her safe space when she's ready for a good chewy bone, a carrot, a stuffed kong, or to curl up and rest from a busy day of being Ivy. Ivy is house trained but should never be left unattended because she is bound to get herself into trouble conducting quality control tests on all the inner springs of the couch or performing a thread count on the bed sheets. She needs humans to make good choices for her in situations where she cannot.  Ivy lives with kids but is not trusting or appropriate for all humans great and small. She needs to be managed in situations and situations also need to be managed for her to be safe and successful with new people and in new places.  Ivy will benefit from a home savvy about the typical mannerisms of herding dogs and more specifically ACDs, but she'll need even a bit more than most. Since her life experiences with other dogs, people, and the vet have left a lasting impression that can evoke fear and sometimes reactivity, she needs a calm, gentle leader she can trust, that sets realistics expectations and boundaries and fairly upholds those.  Ivy can be a chatterbox, she yips when she's happy, she whines when she's worried, and she barks when all other things exist in the world. Therefore she needs to live in a home that doesn't have neighbors that can't appreciate her communication skills. If you're looking to put in a dogs-life-time of work for the reward of slobbery-licks, head-butts, snoot-boops, finger-nibbles and to work out at least 1 good throwing arm a day, then Ivy would like to hear from you!  Ivy is being fostered in Deerfield, NH. For questions please contact kblack.acds@gmail.com. Complete an Application: https://www.acdra.org/adoption-application July 13, 2024, 9:45 am

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Australian Cattle Dog Rescue Association

PO Box 7204, Garden City, NY 11530

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Lend-a-Paw Inc

3523 Weidner Ave, Oceanside, NY 11572

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NYC Second Chance Rescue

PO Box 570701, Whitestone, NY 11357

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Remember Me Rescue NY

Huntington, NY 11743

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Proud Rescuers of PR, INC.

Huntington, NY 11743

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16.4 miles

Rescue Dogs Rock NYC, Inc.

P.O. Box 101, New York, NY 10028

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Finn's Rescue Ranch and Sanctuary - New York transport

New York, NY 10028

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Ollie's Angels Animal Rescue

GREENLAWN, NY 11740

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New York, NY 10027

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New York, NY 10025

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