MAGSR Males Available for Adoption
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Benny and MAGSR thank these Sponsors for their generous support:
Benny is a test dog
Bently and MAGSR thank these Sponsors for their generous support:
Bentley is a handsome Shepherd mix. He is a fun dog that enjoys running around and playing. He does have some training, but will require more training with his new family. Training helps both the dog and humans learn more about each other, work better together and creates a bond.
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Berlioz (Berl) came to us from a shelter where he was taken after his family moved. In his previous home he lived with children and another dog. Berl has a lot of energy, nothing that a good run, playtime or a long walk won't help. He does need training as it is obvious his previous family did not spend any time teaching good manners. He is very friendly with everyone he meets, quite the love bug.Update: <p>Berl is only a couple days in with his fosters and is acclimating well. They are working on housebreaking with him and he's getting along very nicely with the resident female dog - they play a lot. Berl has endless energy and love to bury his head into his human when he's getting some affection. One thing about Berl, that we won't tell him, is that he snores some .. it'll be our secret. If Berl, the energetic, playful and affectionate boy, sounds like a good fit for you, please ask to meet him today.</p>
Update: <p>Berl has made much success in the housebreaking area after his first 24 hours in the house - he's a smart boy and quick learner. Berl met the resident grandchildren this week and he loved them as much as they loved him. Berl is crate trained and enjoys taking breaks in his crate. Berl knows his place with the resident female GSD and has accepted it - has also adapted very well to her level of play - where you find one of them, the other isn't too far away. The latest information from the foster is that Berl is very respectful but just had to crawl up to his foster parents and cuddle with them in bed - which he's also pretty awesome at. Berl is one awesome character and special boy. Ask to meet him today.</p>
Bo and MAGSR thank these Sponsors for their generous support:
Bo came to us from a shelter, so we have no history on him. He can be picky about his dog friends and may do best as an only dog or with female dogs. Training of course will go a long way helping Bo settle in, learn some manners and how to properly interact with other dogs. With people he is very friendly, although we do not know how he is with children at this time.
Grayson and MAGSR thank these Sponsors for their generous support:
Grayson was picked up as a stray and taken a shelter. The owners were contacted but they never picked him up. Grayson is now in our care looking for his forever family. Grayson is a big, strong boy who has had no training and no leash manners. He was introduced to other dogs at the shelter and did fine, he was also introduced to cats and showed no interest. Grayson will benefit greatly from obedience training and structure. He has a lot to learn but, once taught, he will be a well mannered boy.
Haus and MAGSR thank these Sponsors for their generous support:
Haus came to us from us a shelter where he ended up as a stray. He is a big handsome boy weighing in at 89 lbs and could use to put on another 10 lbs or so. He is a loving foster home settling in nicely and enjoying his time with the resident dog. He is a big friendly boy who is looking for a family to take him to training, provide daily exercise and proper care for his lifetime.Update: <p>I’m doing great at my fosters house. I’m house broken, I know sit, down, shake, bed and working on stay. I walk nicely on a leash and like jogging with my foster mom. I like kids but sometimes I can play a little rough so a home with older kids would be nice. I like to play fetch and I play nicely with my foster brother. I’m good at being loose in the house and with being crated. I don’t bark much (literally 5 time in 2 weeks) and when I doing it’s because a cat walks by the house. I’m very sweet and if you think I’m cute I’d love to meet you!</p>
Kovu and MAGSR thank these Sponsors for their generous support:
Kovu has not had much stability in his life, he has had 3 families before coming into our care. His last person realized that he needed more than she could provide in the way of training and knew that he needed an experienced family to help him adjust to a new life. Kovu has not been well socialized or provided with proper training. He can be protective of his person if he feels you are not in control. He will bark at people he doesn't know, but takes correction and redirection well. He needs slower introductions to new people, dogs and situations in order for him to feel comfortable. Training is an absolute must for Kovu and his new family as this will help everyone learn more about Kovu and get him on the right track. Kovu will only meet those with a lot of experience with the breed and are strong, knowledgeable handlers. Kovu needs someone who is going to commit to him, provide him with direction and consistency in his life. Our volunteers are working with him, he learns quickly.
Riptide and MAGSR thank these Sponsors for their generous support:
Riptide was originally adopted from a shelter, where he then went on to live his life on a chain with not enough food and no shelter. This is why it is so important that anyone wanting to adopt a dog is checked out by shelters and rescues. Riptide was promised a better a life when the shelter adopted him but that is not what he received. That is all changed now that he is with MAGSR, we will make sure he finds a loving and caring family, that can provide him a home, a comfy bed, good nutrition and care. Riptide's name is very fitting, he is a high energy boy that is not sure what to do with new found freedom from the chain. He will need training and structure, along with lots of exercise.
Romeo and MAGSR thank these Sponsors for their generous support:
Romeo ended up in a shelter with Juliet, we are not sure if they are related but it does seem as though they have lived their lives together as they are bonded. 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>
Sarge and MAGSR thank these Sponsors for their generous support:
Hi friends, my name is Sarge and I am interviewing prosepctive forever families. Let me explain my situation and get you up to speed. I managed to get myself in quite a pickle as I landed myself in local shelter as a stray. I am not really sure what a stray is but I will figure that out later. The accommodations were not bad. They were really nice to me and I did get a warm bed and two squares a day! It was kind of rough though because I was use to em... certain luxeries. I was at this place for about a month when they told me my foster family was coming to pick me up and bring me home! They are amazing and I am really living it up here wth them but foster mean temporary until my perfect home presents itself. They told me I can stay as long as I need to which makes me so happy. I even heard them say they were taking me to acupuncture this weekend so I am hoping that is some sort of massage and they provide treats! I will update later on how that goes.. So dont worry, I am in a good place as I interview
So back to my requirements.. you know a senior gentleman has certain needs and things we become accustomed to. I like a soft orthopedic bed with a blanky, I demand regular head and belly scratches, and daily treats. And let's be clear, I DONT enjoy steps and can only get up or down one or two steps because I sustained a bad pelvic injury in my younger days that never healed correctly so I only get around on three legs. My back leg is pretty useless although it does help to steady me when begging at the table... I have learned to compensate for my injury and do still enjoy playing and romping in the yard. My new family will need to provide some pain meds and supplements to help keep me as pain free as possible. Here is a positive.. I am totally house broken but do require to be let out every few hours as in my old age I just can't hold it as long as when I was a young buck.. My favorite past time aside from eating is sleeping because don't forget I am a senior boy and require several naps.. I am the most laid back guy that you will ever meet! I like my doggie friends big and small! I am just an all around great companion and just want a person to call my own. I will follow you around and lay at your feet! If you feel you could be my forever family and provide for my senior needs please apply above! Love Sarge
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