Free German Shepherd/Hound Mix and Free Chihuahua/Pomeranian Mix
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#1 Nov 3, 2010
We have two great dogs that we regretfully have to give away.
To a good home only:
The German Shepherd/Hound mix is 6 months old, has had his shots and has been neutered. He is very friendly and extremely smart, he knows many commands and is eager to please. When we took him to be neutered two weeks ago he weighed in at 47#s. He is housebroken.
The Chihuahua/Pomeranian mix is five years old, she weighs about 15#s and she is a cream color. She is spayed. She is extremely sweet, loves being right next to you, she makes a nice lap dog especially during the cold Winter. She is also housebroken.
#2 Nov 3, 2010
Please think about this before you give your pets to someone.
Dog fighters steal pets or get their pets from unwitting dog owners who post their pets in classified ad sections. Sadly, these dogs are used as bait for fighting dogs. Bait dogs and losing fighters are often just dumped in rivers or unpopulated areas and new ones picked up.
Class B Dealers are licensed by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) to buy animals from random sources(meaning animals not bred or raised on the dealers property) and sell them to animal research facilities for biomedical research, testing, and educational purposes. Such random sources for dogs and cats include auctions, flea markets, or animal shelters. Get a Fact Sheet about Class B Dealers.*
Bunchers are unlicensed but also collect animals from random sources such as Free to a Good Home ads, shelters, strays, and dog or cat owners own yards. Bunchers often sell these pets to Class B Dealers or directly to research facilities.
To limit the risk of having your dog or cat fall into the wrong hands:
* Never place a Free to a Good Home Ad on a web site or in a newspaper.
* Exhaust every avenue to keep your pet with you. If you are giving your pet to someone you dont know, visit the home (be sure to put your own safety first) or investigate to make sure the new owner is who you think they are.
* Dont let your pet roam free in the neighborhood. Keep your pet on a leash when walking him.
* Dont let your pet be visible from the street. Put a padlock on your gate to your backyard to further ensure their safety.
* Never leave pets unattended at any time.
* Never leave pets outside a store or in the car to wait for you.
* Keep identification on your pet at all times tags, microchips, and/or tattoos.
#3 Nov 6, 2010
Do you still have the dogs. I mentioned it to a guy at work. He just called me and said that his son is interested. He said if the two dogs were attached to each other, he may take both. He is an Iraq veteran and is home alot so he would be able to spend a good bit of time with them. Let me know if you are still looking for a home for them.
#4 Nov 7, 2010
WOULD LOVE TO HAVE THE SMALL ONE,, HAVE BEEN LOOKING,, HOW DO I GET IN TOUCH WITH YOU
#5 Nov 7, 2010
Thank you for the interest, we have found a home for both of the dogs.
#6 Apr 5, 2013
can i have one can I have one can I have one, please?
#7 Apr 5, 2013
Yea I want a nice big dog to take with me shopping to walmart. apparently anybody with a dog can no go shopping with it at walmart. You think im nuts, every time i go to walmart i see a dog in a buggy, and electric cart, or their just carrying it. think about it next time you go shopping there. BTW they are not seeing eye dogs.
#8 Apr 7, 2013
Those dogs are for the mentally challenged, That is why you see so many in this county & state..
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