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Claude's previous owners decided that they no longer wanted a dog in the house so they put him outside. Unfortunately, some of the neighbors were not happy about having a dog living outside in the neighborhood, as a result, they threatened to shoot Claude. Luckily, a good samaritan heard about Claude and raced to get him out of this situation before it was too late.
When asked if we could help Claude find a forever home that would provide the love and safety he deserved, MAGSR stepped up. Everyone that meets Claude seems to fall in love with his friendly mannerisms. He is housebroken and is working on crate training. Living with both a cat and an energetic dog, Claude has been introduced to the resident cat and showed interest but nothing concerning. He loves playing with his foster brother. The two of them have quickly become buddies. Claude will thrive in a home where he is able to benefit from attention, good exercise, and of course a lot of cuddles.
If Claude sounds like the right match for your home, please ask to meet him today.
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Cody was surrendered to a shelter for reasons unknown to us. According to his records it states that he lived with children, we have yet to evaluate him with children. It also states that he lived with cats and did well with them. He also lived with a female GSD. Cody has some skin issues that we are taking care of, we are unsure if it's caused by allergies or not. In his previous home they described him as being a sweet boy, but was protective of his family. Cody will be off for a full exam with our vets, we will post an update once he has been seen.
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Miles is a shepherd lab mix who was brought to MAGSR from a local shelter. While living in his foster home, it has been discovered that this 13 month old is full of puppy energy. Miles loves to go on walks and is learning leash manners in conjunction with basic obedience. Miles loves the water and plays in it any chance he gets. Crate trained, Miles is learning to understand many of the household rules. However,as is true of many 13 month olds, it is best that Miles be crated when his family is away. We feel that Miles can be stubborn and will need a strong handler to help teach him right from wrong and will benefit from a home that is active to help Miles relieve his high energy. Miles has not been socialized with other dogs and has not yet learned the correct way to meet a dog. However, he gets very excited to see people and can’t wait to say hi. Aside from water and walks, Miles enjoys playing with toys and throwing them around to entertain himself. While participating in activities around his foster home, Miles has shown a high degree of prey drive. As a result, we feel that he would be best suited for a home without small animals. If Miles sounds like a good match for your family, please ask to meet him today.
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Remington found himself dumped in a shelter along with another family dog when the two, at the time unneutered dogs, got into a skirmish. Although surprised and a little unsure about this sudden change in circumstances, Remington won over the shelter staff with his friendly and social personality. A big fan of the lean-in, Remington loves attention and gives kisses in return. As a new member of the MAGSR family, we are still getting to know Remington. However, from what we have seen so far, this affectionate guy is simply looking for a forever home that will provide him with the love and leadership that all dogs require. If this social guy sounds like a good match for your household, please ask to meet him.Update:
Remington has had an amazing 1st week in his foster's home. He is house broken, very friendly with people, easy to walk and overall a laid back dog. He loves to be around his humans, staying close and laying nearby giving you a sad look when he wants attention. This past week he was in a home with another dog, and they were best of friends. He is very sweet, dedicated and loves to give kisses, his tongue going a mile a minute.
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Tango was surrendered as his family could no longer provide him with the life he deserves. He is a very handsome, good natured, friendly boy. He loves other dogs both big and small, he just wants to be everyone's friend. He adores children - very gentle and just snuggles in. He has had no issues meeting new people both women and men, big or small. He does great riding in the vehicle. He has not been around cats, so we have no idea how he is with them. He enjoys playing in water, be it from a hose, pool or body of water.Update:
Tango is doing very well in his foster home. His foster reported that he was painful in his hind end, and so Tango is currently on a medical hold until he can be evaluated by an orthopedic surgeon. Check back on Tango's profile for more information on his status as information comes available.
Tango had his orthopedic consult and while he does have hip dysplasia, surgery is not recommended at this time. He has loss of muscle in his hind end, and the surgeon feels his muscles can be built back up with various exercises, and this will greatly help his mobility and quality of life in the future. He also needs to lose another 15 lbs, to come in around ~80 lbs, so on the leaner side, as all GSDs should be. If you are interested in Tango, please ask to meet him!
Since Tango’s appointment with the surgeon, where he was diagnosed with muscle loss in his back end (along with hip dysplasia – not requiring surgery), he has been on a diet along with increased levels of exercise. Tango is continuing to build his muscles, especially in his back end (you can see muscle patterns developing) and he is getting stronger every day. As he gets stronger his obedience training is a necessity and it is something we work on daily and he is doing great. He wants to please and do the right thing and he gets a sad face if he needs to learn the lesson again. Tango has been a great companion. He loves to take walks, lay at my feet when resting, and he loves to talk to me even gets a little sassy at times, he is very social, in fact he is one of the most vocal dogs I have ever been associated with. The foster home had another shepherd in the home for several weeks and the two dogs romped, ran and played hard daily – Tango experienced no muscle issues during this time. Tango went to the dog park and to the dog beach and loved playing with all the other dogs at both places – see pictures. He hopes to do that again, soon. He loves water, if you have a hose he wants to play in it and at the beach he splashed and ran in the waves and of course he thoroughly loved his shower time at the end. Tango is very food motivated. He will do just about anything if there is a snack/meal attached to it. Tango is very handsome and is told so often. He is just an all-around great dog! If you have any interest, ask to meet him and stop by to play and check him out.