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Peanut

Female Adult Australian Cattle Dog Mixed Breed (mixed)

Hi! I'm Peanut, a high-energy girl who lives life to the fullest. I'm three or four years old and weigh 45 pounds. Like many Coloradans,... show more

Hi! I'm Peanut, a high-energy girl who lives life to the fullest. I'm three or four years old and weigh 45 pounds. Like many Coloradans, I'm a transplant. I was living as a stray in New Mexico until some wonderful people found me and put me on a transport to Colorado. I can't tell you enough how I love my new life in Boulder! I enjoy going on long walks and exploring my neighborhood. All the sounds and sights really excite me, and I have fun investigating just about everything. I'm in heaven in my backyard because I get to chase squirrels and roll around on the grass. I just love being outside. In the house I'm trusted to roam free. It doesn't faze me to hang out in my crate for a few hours when necessary, especially if I get a yummy peanut butter stuffed Kong to keep me occupied. I'm happy to have so-o-o many toys to play with, especially if they're crunchy, or squeaky, or fluffy ;) I love to shower my foster mom with affection by snuggling with her and giving her lots of kisses. I've been learning a bunch of commands, if you watch my video you can see that I always sit before mealtime! I've lived with a couple of different dogs, though I don't hang out with them much. I've also had other canine companions when my foster mom has dogsat for friends of hers. Depending on the dog, I can be a little protective when I'm asked to share my home with a new dog and sometimes need a little help adjusting to the situation. I've spent the occasional weekend with a cat, and I didn't mind his company at all. I haven't met any children yet, so I can't tell you what I think of them. Since I can be rowdy and rambunctious when I play, a family with young children might not be the best fit for me. I love meeting new people, and would love meeting you! Please consider filling out an adoption application so your home could be my forever home. Our adoption fees cover transport from a reservation or high-intake shelter, vaccinations, deworming, food, alteration, any needed treatments and microchipping for identification. We foster our animals in homes around Colorado instead of one central facility, so your adoption payment goes further toward helping more animals find safe homes filled with love. show less

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Tracy

Female Adult Pit Bull Terrier Boxer Pibble (mixed)

This fantastically devoted and sweet girl is Tracy. She is two years old and 62 pounds—a full-grown young adult (she will get any any bi... show more

This fantastically devoted and sweet girl is Tracy. She is two years old and 62 pounds—a full-grown young adult (she will get any any bigger). In addition to being housetrained, she knows how to use a doggy door to take herself outside, and she walks nicely on leash (with gentle leader head collar or martingale neck collar) ... on either a 6-ft lead or Flexi, Tracy typically stays close to her person and doesn't pull ahead (she does get pretty excited if she sees a squirrel or rabbit though). Tracy is also crate trained and great in the car (likes to stick her nose out the window but isn't obsessive about it). She has super soft short fur (minimal shedding!), white socks and tip of her tail, a spotted belly, and one small white spot on her lower back. Tracy lives with four other dogs at her foster home and gets along great with them (all are smaller than her; one is only 21 lbs). Tracy really wants to play and run; *her ideal home would be one with another medium to large size dog to play and rough house with*. Watch this video to see how nicely she plays with another foster dog who is half her size/weight!: https://youtu.be/y9q0E2KVW3A  Tracy has been attending off-leash dog socialization / play group hours at Longmont Humane Society, which are carefully overseen by LHS trainers, and she has done great interacting with dogs of all sizes, male and female. Her foster home does not have children, but due to her low-key personality, more than likely Tracy would be great with older kids (over 8 years old) once she gets to know them as "her people." She is very affectionate, likes to be petted and talked to, and loves to give people kisses! Tracy is a big fan of stretching out to receive belly scratches too. She also likes to sploosh around in streams or lakes (video here: https://youtu.be/MiAz_XDR72U), but her foster people haven't seen her swimming yet. Tracy can be a couch potato who likes relaxing and snoozing away the day (video: https://youtu.be/QprIujOIq_Q); however, she also enjoys her daily walks with her crew, and sometimes she gets "the zoomies" and will run fast and try to play with her dog buddies. She also has learned to really love dog toys (especially squeaky ones)... Tracy may never have had the opportunity to play with one in the past (this video is the very first time she showed interest in a toy): https://youtu.be/1LvHX0fPzNg Being a pibble, Tracy does the "frog leg" stretch-out posture sometimes... a really adorable behavior, in her foster people's opinion! They've seen her having a good dream and wagging her tail while asleep as well. Tracy is spayed, microchipped, up-to-date on shots, and ready to go home to her forever home. If you'd like to come meet Tracy to see if this mushy-faced meatball is the right fit for your home (she is being fostered in Longmont, CO), please submit an adoption application today! Here's a video of Tracy on leash: https://youtu.be/wIrHaB5DHHQ Another video of her with her foster dog buddies: https://youtu.be/959wOMFvuKc And Tracy being calm, patiently waiting to go home after going to the vet: https://youtu.be/Lj0R9OXYqqo Be sure to follow RezDawg Rescue on Facebook and Instagram! Our adoption fees cover transport from a reservation or high-intake shelter, vaccinations, deworming, food, alteration, any needed treatments and microchipping for identification. We foster our animals in homes around Colorado instead of one central facility, so your adoption payment goes further toward helping more animals find safe homes filled with love. show less