MAGSR Females Available for Adoption
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Abby and MAGSR thank these Sponsors for their generous support:
Abby is a test dog
Angel and MAGSR thank these Sponsors for their generous support:
Angel was surrendered as a family member had allergies. She is a friendly, well mannered girl. She lived with children and does well with large dogs, she does not do well with small dogs. Of course training with her new family is needed, as it will help you both learn more about each other and create a bond. She is housebroken and crate trained.
Bella and MAGSR thank these Sponsors for their generous support:
Beautiful Bella found herself at a shelter, she is now with us looking for a cat free home. Bella enjoys chasing and pawing at cats so she will not be suited for a home with cats. She did well with dogs she was introduced to for dog on dog evaluation. Of course, one of the most important things any dog requires is training and Bella is no exception. With her smarts and eagerness to learn she should be the star of the class.
Hamara and MAGSR thank these Sponsors for their generous support:
Hamara cannot be any cuter and is absolutely a great little girl, happy go lucky and loves to give puppy kisses. Hamara has a lot to learn about going a good canine citizen and will require training. Please remember that puppies are a lot of work and require a lot of attention from their family - puppies are a ten to twelve year commitment. Puppies are full of energy and can be mischievous – they will whine, have accidents, get into things, and chew on inappropriate things. With time, patience, guidance and training, Hamara will become even more of an amazing girl than she already is. If interested and she sounds like a good match for your family, please submit an adoption application!
Harmony and MAGSR thank these Sponsors for their generous support:
Harmony was found as a stray and ended up in a shelter. She is missing a rear paw which appears to be from an old injury. This does not slow her down, she can run and play as well as any 4 pawed dog. She is friendly and very much enjoys a good belly rub. Harmony will need training to help her overcome her dislike of vacuums, hairdryers, etc. This can be easily dealt with by putting her away when these items are in use and of course ongoing training. Harmony will make a loving companion for a very lucky family.Update: <p>Sweet Miss Harmony is a friendly little cuddle bug. </p> <p>Though she is small, she is mighty… Cute. If you're looking for a dog to guard your home, keep looking. Harmony greets everyone she sees with her belly exposed ready for rubs and snuggles.<br /> <br /> She is doing well in her foster home. She enjoys attention from children and is getting along with the resident dog. She established boundaries with him letting him know that she doesn't like to roughhouse. Harmony would happily live with another dog but she would be just as happy to be an only dog. She is looking for somewhere that she can be spoiled rotten.<br /> <br /> Harmony would not do well in a home with cats. She has a strong prey drive and cats are just way too much fun. She also likes chasing animals when she is outside. Even though she small she can create a significant impact at the end of her leash when she sees a squirrel. So it's important to always be on the lookout and have a good grasp on her leash.</p>
Update: <p>Harmony is learning to respond to her name. She does not come when she's called yet. However once you have her attention she has learned how to sit. She also understands to come and drop it but she does not consistently follow it, yet. Harmony is doing very well with housebreaking her last accident was at the door where we leave to go for walks. So she has figured it out.<br /> <br /> Harmony does not mind being crated during the day while the family is at work/school. She even goes in her crate from time to time when people are home to relax. She would prefer to go to a home where somebody lets her sleep on a dog bed on the floor in their room.<br /> <br /> Harmony is missing a hind paw for reasons that are unknown to us. However, she has no trouble walking, running, climbing steps, navigating tree branches etc. on a walk. In fact, we're pretty sure Harmony doesn't know her paw is missing. So please don't tell her when you meet her.</p>
Juliet and MAGSR thank these Sponsors for their generous support:
Juliet ended up in a shelter with Romeo, we are not sure if they are related but it does seem as though they have lived their lives together as they are bonded. Juliet is a smaller framed girl and she is underweight. Romeo and Juliet play nicely together and seem to enjoy each others company.Update: <p>Both Romeo & Juliet are putting on weight nicely and they love doggie snacks. Both are learning manners at meal time, to sit while the food is being placed and to not to eat out of each others bowls when they are done. Romeo & Juliet are housebroken and crate trained and have great manners in the home. They enjoy quiet times and taking naps and they do not bother each other when they go into their open crates to rest. Romeo and Juliet want to please their human so much and respond quickly to voice commands and praise. They know basic commands; sit, stay, no, come, good boy/girl. Playing together is especially fun for them and for their foster humans to watch - they love to romp and roll each other, both are extremely playful with a good energy level. They both are extremely loving and need their snuggle/tummy rub time. When they are tired they just want to lay at your feet and nap. If this sounds like the right bonded pair for you, please ask to meet them today.</p>
Karmela and MAGSR thank these Sponsors for their generous support:
Karmela did have a home and family of her own until one day they dumped her a shelter. We know that in her previous home she lived with children and other dogs. She is a calm, well mannered girl who would enjoy spending time with her family. Karmela had an ear infection that was left untreated which caused her ear to crumple, she is currently under the care of our vet. If you are looking for a dog that is more grounded and past the juvenile antics Karmela is your girl.Update: <p>Karmela is settling in to her foster home just great! She made herself right at home with her foster family and the resident dog. Karmela went to the vet for a check up and to have her ears checked. Both ears had infections so they cleaned them out really good and sent her home with medications to help get them all better. Karmela is extremely sweet and a great listener. She knows some basic commands like “sit” and “come” and we are working very hard on other commands as well. She walks very nicely on a leash and loves to play fetch. She is crate trained, house broken and loves kids. Ask to meet Karmela today!</p>
Update: <p>I’m doing great at my fosters house. They’re teaching me how to be a good dog for my new family. I have learned sit, come, down and I’m working on stay. I love going on walks with them and their dog. I absolutely love kids! I love them more the adults and would love a family with kids. I love playing with tennis balls and I’m really good at playing fetch. I also love to just chill with you on the couch and cuddle. Ask to meet me today!</p>
Kenya and MAGSR thank these Sponsors for their generous support:
Kenya was adopted from our rescue when she was just a puppy in 2006. Sadly her adopter, due to personal reasons, is no longer able to care for her. As you can imagine Kenya's world as she knew it has been turned upside down. She is currently in a loving foster home with her foster family helping her with the adjustment. She is anxious , eating very little and obviously does not understand what is going on or where her family is.
Don't try to tell this senior to slow down; Kenya is quite athletic and runs and plays just fine, thank you very much! Kenya loves to go for car rides and long walks with her foster family, as well as snuggling up for head rubs. She has settled into her foster home nicely, also enjoying naps on her dog bed, hanging out with her foster siblings, and taking her chew bones wherever she goes. This affectionate lady walks well on leash and knows her basic commands. If you would like to meet Kenya, please contact our Adoptions Coordinator for more information.
Riana and MAGSR thank these Sponsors for their generous support:
Riana ran out in the road in the dark of night almost being hit. Luckily the person driving saw her then decided to follow her to try to catch her. Riana ran to a driveway which was her home. The owner came out and said he did not want her and surrendered on the spot. She is a typical young dog, full of energy, has no manners and has a lot to learn. She is in a foster home learning some manners. Training of course is needed, which her new family will have to commit to. Please be sure you are up to the challenges that come with raising a young dog, they are a commitment for their lifetime and require time and patience.
Sadie and MAGSR thank these Sponsors for their generous support:
Sadly Sadie recently lost her human dad as he unexpectedly passed away and her human mom is disabled and hospitalized. As you can imagine Sadie is quite confused as to why she is not with her family, in a strange place with people she does know. We are giving her time to settle in and adjust to her new surroundings. She has been skittish with us but once she is comfortable with our volunteers she comes out of her shell and enjoys romping around. Sadie would do best in a home that is not very busy as she is somewhat of a flight risk as she continues to look for her family. With time and patience she will overcome this and become bonded to her new family.
Sapphire and MAGSR thank these Sponsors for their generous support:
Sapphire made her way to us from a shelter where she had been surrendered by her former owners. They had told the shelter that she was good with children, dogs and cats. She is in a foster living with young children and another GSD and getting along well. We have not had her around cats. She is a young, energetic girl that has had no training or guidance. She's very trainable, she pays attention to her handler and is responsive to both food and praise. A good training program, guidance from her family and exercise to burn off some that puppy energy are in order for beautiful Sapphire.