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Australian Cattle Dog puppies and dogs in Denison, Texas

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Odessa

Australian Cattle Dog Mixed Breed (Medium)

Female, 1 yr 11 mos
Denison, TX
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
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Odessa - unclaimed stray from city pound now available for adoption. She is friendly, energetic and intelligent. She knows several basic commands such as "sit" and is doing well with her leash manners. To make an appointment to meet her complete the online adoption application at www.denisonanimalwelfaregroup.org/adopt $75 adoption fee includes spay surgery, age-appropriate vaccinations and microchip. She's been treated for parasites and started on flea/tick/heartworm meds. She initially tested POS for heartworms and has completed her treatment through the DAWG program. She has had two consecutive NEG tests and is now considered to be HW NEG.
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Clover

Australian Cattle Dog

Male, Young
Denison, TX
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Not good with cats, House-trained, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
Clover is a beautiful dog. He is protective, loving and needs lots of exercises. He loves to run, jump and will be a great addition for someone with a big yard. I have severe back problems and am no longer able to keep up with him.
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Bo

Australian Cattle Dog Mixed Breed (Large)

Male, 5 yrs
Denison, TX
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Bo - unclaimed stray now available for adoption. To make an appointment to meet him complete the online adoption application at www.denisonanimalwelfaregroup.org/adopt $75 adoption fee

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Panda

Australian Cattle Dog Terrier (Unknown Type, Medium)

Male, Adult
Pottsboro, TX
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
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I found Panda through ad. Lady was going to take him to the pound if she couldn’t find a home for him. He turned 5 in November, normally I would not be trying to find a good home for him because he is family but as Ive gotten older, he’s seems to be stronger then me. Panda needs a home where he can run and play. Right now I have a 50ft run for him and that’s been fine. However, as much as I’d like to, I have never been able to train him to a leash. He’s very loving, he’s a very good dog, he is protective of me, he sleeps in my room, gets along with my other dog but he needs someone who is loving and very active. He understands lots words, he’s kennel trained, and I’m sure he’s smarter than me. He loves playing with dogs and ball. My son has two dogs. He plays well with them. He’s always been very affectionate he loves hugs kisses. I don’t think I’m doing him justice but I’m willing to talk to anyone interested in him.
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Betsie

Australian Cattle Dog

Female, Young
Whitewright, TX
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Good with dogs, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
You can fill out an adoption application online on our official website.Betsie Ten Boom is such a beautiful pup! And she's just as sweet as she is pretty. We pulled Betsie and her sisters Corrie and Nollie from one of our local shelters when they were in CODE RED status with crates stacked in the halls, trying to avoid having to euthanize any dogs for no reason other than lack of space. Corrie has been adopted, but her sisters Betsie and Nollie are still looking for their forever homes. The family who adopted Betsie's sister Corrie did a Wisdom Panel DNA test which shows Corrie to be 46% Australian Cattle Dog (Heeler), 39% Great Pyrenees, and then 3% or less of a few other breeds. We're thinking that perhaps mom is a Heeler/Pyrenees mix, since all three sisters have some Heeler characteristics, including Betsie's merle coat. The sisters look different enough from each other that it's possible they each had a different dad. Betsie plays well with other dogs and doesn't discriminate based on sex or size. She happily sleeps in a crate every night, but she is also reliable to have free roam of the house overnight. She hasn't had any potty accidents in the house, but because she's young, we do make a point of giving her plenty of breaks to play and potty in the yard. We are working with her on leash-training, but we never have enough time to do as much training as we would like, so she will definitely need more practice. Still, she walks reasonably well for a dog who doesn't get much practice on a leash. Betsie is a very sweet girl who seems eager to please. She has learned the OFF command and has learned to sit for her meals and for treats. She is motivated both by treats and affection, and that usually helps with training, so if you enroll her in obedience training, Betsie should be a star pupil. Betsie goes into our chicken yard almost daily and behaves very well. She actually seems very protective of our chickens, and will put herself between another dog and the chickens if she doesn't trust the other dog to behave nicely. Betsie is waiting to become part of a family! If you would like her to be a part of YOUR family, please fill out our application today at https://www.bluebonnetrescue.org/forms/form?verify=abc123&formid=3796.Visit this organization's web site to see any additional information available about this pet.May 22, 2024, 6:24 pm
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Nollie

Australian Cattle Dog Great Pyrenees

Female, Young
Whitewright, TX
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Good with dogs, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
You can fill out an adoption application online on our official website.Miss Nollie had her photo shoot and is ready to show the world what a beauty she is! She landed in the shelter with her two sisters, Betsie and Corrie, and all three girls look very different. Corrie was adopted, and her family did a DNA test that shows 46% Australian Cattle Dog and 39% Great Pyrenees, with several other breeds each coming in at amounts from 1 - 3%. Of course, we know that canine DNA is not an exact science, plus it's possible that Nollie and Corrie have different dads. But based on her behavior, we think Heeler/Pyr is a reasonable guess. Nollie gets along well with all the dogs she has met, and she plays outside a LOT. In her visits to our vet, she has been curious about the clinic cats, but she hasn't shown any aggression or inclination to chase. So we think with the right introductions and careful supervision in the beginning of a new relationship, Nollie could probably live in peace with a cat. When we go into the chicken yard each day, Nollie is usually one of the dogs who goes with us. As with cats, she was mildly curious about the chickens at first, but even when the rooster flapped his wings and crowed loudly as he stood within her reach, Nollie didn't react at all. With almost daily visits, she has shown us that she's more interested in scavenging for chicken food/treats than in paying attention to the chickens themselves. Nollie is getting better at walking on the leash but needs more practice, as she wants to wander left to right to investigate everything she sees and smells, so she can easily get her human tangled up in the leash. She doesn't have potty accidents in the house, but it's important to note that she spends a lot of time outdoors. She sleeps in a crate at night, as that was part of her potty/house-training, and when she comes inside at the end of the day, it's just habit for her to go straight to the crate. We think that once she moves to a home where perhaps she will spend more time inside, she will just need frequent opportunities to go outside to reinforce good habits. Nollie is really a sweetheart but has TONS of energy that needs to get burned off. With the number of dogs and puppies we take care of daily, we don't have the time to take her on long walks or hikes in the woods. But we think Nollie would be a great buddy for someone who lives a very active life. Hiking. Camping. Going to the lake. Nollie LOVES playing in the kiddie pool in her play yard. She has never had the chance to visit a lake -- wouldn't you like to give her that chance? Submit an application for Nollie today!Visit this organization's web site to see any additional information available about this pet.May 22, 2024, 6:24 pm

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Denison Animal Welfare Group

P. O. Box 1330, Denison, TX 75021

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Denison Animal Welfare Group

P. O. Box 1330, Denison, TX 75021

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Bluebonnet Animal Rescue Network

P. O. Box 964, Whitewright, TX 75491

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Bluebonnet Animal Rescue Network

P. O. Box 964, Whitewright, TX 75491

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Kingston Animal Facility

22 n main st, Kingston, OK 73439

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Kingston Animal Facility

22 n main st, Kingston, OK 73439

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Kingston Animal Facility

22 n main st, Kingston, OK 73439

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18.7 miles

Kingston Animal Facility

22 n main st, Kingston, OK 73439

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Kingston Animal Facility

22 n main st, Kingston, OK 73439

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Kingston Animal Facility

22 n main st, Kingston, OK 73439

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