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Adah

Female Adult American Staffordshire Terrier Chow Chow (mixed)

BEING FOSTERED IN BROOMFIELD Adah is a funny, happy, sweet little sprite of a dog, super snuggly with her foster family! She came to the... show more

BEING FOSTERED IN BROOMFIELD Adah is a funny, happy, sweet little sprite of a dog, super snuggly with her foster family! She came to the rescue under weight, possibly abused and very pregnant. Three weeks later she gave birth to 5 gorgeous, chunky pups! She did an amazing job raising those pups, and now, Adah is ready to find her permanent home in your heart! She will need a patient, loving, but firm leader. If you are the right person to earn her trust, she will give you unending love, loyalty and cuddles!  THINGS ADAH NEEDS TO BE HAPPY:   ~A dog experienced, loving owner. ~Regular access to a large secure yard (Fence 5 feet or higher) ~An active family ~Not to be left alone for extended periods of time ~No children under 12 ~A dog already present in her home (non-aggressive) ~No Apartments ~No kitties unless they are super chill, non- runners   HOW ADAH IS EXCELLENT:   ~Possesses adorable dragon ears ~Compact size at 42lbs. ~Self-entertained with pinecones and various kinds of fruit ~Very quick learner ~Housebroken ~Food motivated ~Connected, cuddly ~Loves other dogs ~Loves to hike   THINGS THAT SHE'S WORKING ON:   ~Stranger danger/Sometimes barks at new people ~Separation anxiety/Getting better all the time ~Doesn't love the crate show less

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Lada

Female Adult Shepherds (All Types) Husky (mixed)

Lada is a beautiful 1.5 year old husky mix, and she's spayed, microchipped, and up to date on all of her vaccinations. She loves being o... show more

Lada is a beautiful 1.5 year old husky mix, and she's spayed, microchipped, and up to date on all of her vaccinations. She loves being outside, playing with toys, and getting petted if it's her idea to come to you! This sweet and joyful girl struggled in foster care because she has a sensitive personality and needs a very consistent and stable environment, but she's now in a wonderful training program where she can blossom into the incredible pet we know that she can be. Important note: Lada is not an apartment dog; she needs an adopter with a good-sized, securely-fenced yard or the equivalent. Sadly, Lada had to be surrendered when her guardian was injured and had to move out of state without her dogs. Lada is very sweet but is having separation anxiety from having her life turned upside down and losing the only home and dog friends she had ever known.  She is currently at Prana Dogs in Durango, a boarding and training facility where she will work on increasing her trust in us humans.  She'll be available for adoption when she's done with her training program there. Lada came to Colorado with a buddy dog, but unfortunately she had a fear-related bite incident with a potential adopter (bite did not require stitches but broke the skin), so her buddy dog was adopted separately, and Lada went to Prana Dogs where she can work with professional trainers to increase her confidence and independence. Once Lada's training program wraps up, she would probably do best in a home with an experienced dog owner who can give her lots of activity as well as reinforce the training she's receiving at Prana Dogs. Lada is a sweet, loyal girl who just went through too many changes in too short of a time. We know that with proper training and a consistent, supportive environment and plenty of patience, she'll blossom into an incredible activity buddy and lifelong companion! show less

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Teddi

Female Adult Blue Heeler Border Collie (mixed)

Teddi came to us in April of 2019 as approx. 18mo old, former street dog who had made it with a dog thought to be her brother. She is se... show more

Teddi came to us in April of 2019 as approx. 18mo old, former street dog who had made it with a dog thought to be her brother. She is seriously the most adorable, sweetest dog and has come so far! She has been working hard with PranaDogs Training and now ready for her forever home. With not being exposed to many people as a street dog, Teddi takes some time to trust humans. However, once you earn her trust, there will be a bond between her humans that is very rare and treasured. She needs someone who is understanding and patient with her ability to trust. She is a sweetheart who enjoys having her belly rubbed and won't say no to a butt rub either ;-)  HOUSE REQUIREMNETS FOR TEDDY: -Large fenced property or large fenced yard  -Another confident dog to show Teddy the ropes and for her to bond  -A patient individual who is willing to work with her gradual trust We know her perfect forever home is out there. Will it be you?  TRAINING TIPS: - Have her drag around a 4’ leash until she’s comfortably coming to you when called. A leash-drag has a number of benefits; primarily you’ll be able to step on it to catch her, without reaching toward her face, neck or head (doing this will cause her to flinch back (mentally and physically)). It also provides the added benefit of keeping a dog in check; they’ll step on it from time to time and have to be aware of it thus making them purposely think about something specific. - Keep her in a smaller space rather than a larger one – inside and out; until she’s more comfortable with you. We all think dogs need lots of space but actually anxious dogs do better with less than more. Consider keeping her in a room of the house rather than giving her the entire house. Also this is not the time to let her loose to explore – instead she’s either connected to you or in a small, dog-proof enclosure – otherwise she’ll bolt (at least until she’s bonded).  - She needs a bed or space of her own. Someplace that’s hers; best way to set this up is to bring her home and put her in the spot that’s hers, ideally a crate in a room (not too busy of a room, she’ll be overwhelmed) and have her live in there for at least 24-48 hours. This gives her a chance to watch and learn the routines without having to interact or fall into old patterns. You’ll find that after that time she’ll anchor right back to those spaces when she gets nervous or stressed. - She’s not a dog that’s comfortable in new situations and also one who takes a bit to see/follow routine and settle in. Give her time but don’t push her to explore new places and things. She doesn’t want to. People are enough stress for her. She just wants a house/land to live out her life and find a way to contribute and bond.  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