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Dave

Male Puppy Pit Bull Terrier (mixed)

Dave – The Chipmunk Litter Neutered Male Pit Mix, Est Birth: 11/4/18 UTD Vaccinations including Rabies, DAPPV, and Bordetella, Microchip... show more

Dave – The Chipmunk Litter Neutered Male Pit Mix, Est Birth: 11/4/18 UTD Vaccinations including Rabies, DAPPV, and Bordetella, Microchipped, and Dewormed Good with Kids, Cats, Dogs Adoption Fee $275   Dave came to the farm, along with his brothers, back in December. These young pups experienced a pretty horrific start to life, but that quickly changed.  Lucky for the boys, the rescue community jumped quickly and Annie was able to get these four chipmunks to safety. She reached out to the farm asking if we could take them in, and with some quick actions we did just that.  The first stop was a vet check, and then getting settled in for some weeks of growing, getting on solid foods, socializing and learning. You see, they were only 4 weeks when they lost their Mom.  With that critical time needed with her and his siblings we went to work with providing these deserving boys the best possible early stages of developing.   Dave is the leader of the litter, ready to go explore.  He hasn’t met a person, animal, or toy that he doesn’t love.  He's doing well at bath time, and doesn't mind the vaccuum, and potty training is complete.  This boy can be a cuddle monster, and is very in tune with his people. He has a mission to kiss everyone he meets. This lovely guy has great basic obedience and is going to be the best addition to your family.  If you are interested in adopting, please complete the FFR Puppy Application: https://petstablished.com/adoption_form/12556/generic show less

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Ethel

Female Adult Goat

Howdy Farm Family, I’m Fred and this is Ethel.  We’d like to tell you a bit about ourselves if you have a moment?   See, our foster mom... show more

Howdy Farm Family, I’m Fred and this is Ethel.  We’d like to tell you a bit about ourselves if you have a moment?   See, our foster mom thinks we were raised in a loving home and were likely what’s called bottle babies.  To those of you who don’t know what that is, it means a human gave us our milk and not our Mom.  That makes us super friendly toward people.  But that’s where things take a turn for the worse.   In January we were sent to live in a new home.  There wasn’t much to eat, and a lot of times we would get out of the pen and walk along the highway trying to at least find a branch we could nibble on.  We were cold and hungry a lot and we didn’t get much in the way of vitamins.  That made big chunks of our hair fall out, so for us it was a pretty tough winter.  We were there for about three months like this, and our new owner knew the situation wasn’t good, but she had fallen on hard times and was doing the best she could.   She put up an ad on Facebook and that’s when our luck changed for the better.  Foster Mom Chris saw the ad and knew she had to do something to help us.  Now mind you, the Farm hadn’t taken in any farm animals before and had nothing to take care of us, like feeders, water troughs or even adequate fencing, not to mention one of the other goats was pregnant, like REALLY pregnant!  Foster Mom put us in the barn in a 10x10 kennel.  It was so nice.  We were out of the cold with fresh hay and a warm place to sleep.  We had lots of choice minerals and this blue bucket with vitamins that was so yummy!   A few days later we were off to the vet.  We all had lice and worms, but a little medicine took care of that.  We were microchipped and vaccinated, and had some blood work done.  We are CL, CAE, and Johnnes negative!!!   Currently we are munching on fresh grass and frolicking at the Farm while we wait for our forever home.  We have been here a while now, but that’s cause the people at the rescue tell us they don’t adopt out any animals that aren’t ready.  We needed our medical stuff cleared up before we could go.    And let’s spend a minute talking about the Furry Farm.  They want to help their community.  They don’t judge or shame, they support and help.  We were in a pretty bad spot this winter, but our owner was really trying to give us a better life.  Rather than tear her down, they helped her.  That’s what they do here at the Farm, supporting the community and lending a helping hand where it’s needed.   So if you want some 1yr super lovable lawn mowers to join your family, fill out an application at https://petstablished.com/adoption_form/17584/generic.  Our adoption fee of $150 covers us both, with all our vetting done and a microchip. show less

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Fontaine

Male Adult American Pit Bull Terrier Vizsla (mixed)

5yr Neutered Male Pit/Vizsla Mix UTD Vaccinations, including Rabies and Bordetella I prefer dogs my size, but no cats or small animals p... show more

5yr Neutered Male Pit/Vizsla Mix UTD Vaccinations, including Rabies and Bordetella I prefer dogs my size, but no cats or small animals please Respectful older children ok Hi everyone! My name is Fontaine and I am new here at the Furry Farm. My family got tired of taking care of me and were on the way to have me euthanized when a kind woman brought me to a safe place. I stayed there for a while until one of the farm hands here found me. I’m so happy they did, since I know my new family will find me now, and I will have a place to call home and somebody to play tug with me. Being a solid sized boy in the prime of my life, my biggest dream is to find someone who wants to take me with them as they adventure and see the sites.  We could hike up the mountain, or go to the lake, I don't really care, let's just live life to the fullest.  My foster family has spent time training with me, so I got those basic obedience commands down, and certainly am respectful of rules and only go potty outside.  I'm pretty keen on the belly rubs too!  If you have another doggo my size, I'm down with sharing. Just no cats or other small animals, please.  I'm not going to lie, they drive me crazy and are just not meant to be in my inner circle. The farm hands want only the best for me, so with the help a very generous benefactor I attended a full 6 week board and train with Method K9. The best part is, once I get adopted, we get to continue with training brush-ups for life for free! Toodles, Fontaine show less

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Foxy

Female Young Labrador Retriever (mixed)

Foxy 3yr old 70lb Lab/Pit Mix Spayed Female DAPPV, Rabies, Wormed, Bordetella Microchipped Adoption fee: $200 Going back in time a bit,... show more

Foxy 3yr old 70lb Lab/Pit Mix Spayed Female DAPPV, Rabies, Wormed, Bordetella Microchipped Adoption fee: $200 Going back in time a bit, I’d like to explain a bit about Foxy’s past before we get to the really cool and exciting news about her future.  This young lass went through the ringer early on, with abandonment as a young puppy. A very kind lady felt so bad for her situation at the shelter, so bad, that she was compelled to bring her home. Somewhere in there Foxy missed out on a few vital areas and the timing of socialization.  At the age of 1-1/2yrs Foxy was being re-homed, and the farm reached out.  The similar background, behaviors, and even looks to my own pup drew me to Foxy. So home to the farm she came.  It took her a little bit to trust our family, but in a few months she had settled in nicely becoming quite bonded to us and enjoying play, tug, walks and more.  She had come far with obedience training in the 6 months, but Foxy’s stranger-danger ways were strong.  Almost a year into our program, a very kind couple applied to adopt Foxy and we missed out on a great home for her because we hadn’t addressed this stranger-danger.  What do I mean by stranger-danger?  She will show lip, growl, snarl, or snap.  Not the most welcoming for someone wanting to cuddle a new dog.  Foxy has never bitten anyone, nor has she bitten another animal.  Our commitment to our animals includes their physical needs, medical care, but a big piece of the puzzle with rescue animals is training.  Shelter life does a number, and owners aren’t surrendering dogs because they are amazing dogs that sit there and get pets all day, let’s just lay it out there. So now that we’ve peeled back the layers and exposed the sensitive subject, let’s talk about Foxy’s training.  She is currently in a Board and Train with Method K9 of Post Falls. Our team has been working with Method K9 since our very first foster dog, Turbo back in October 2017.  Our values and beliefs align well with Method K9, and they are our first choice for basic obedience and the only trainer we work with for behavior issues.  When Foxy graduates from Board and Train she will be able to let the world pass her by, coexist with other dogs, and learn strangers really are no danger. There is free training support for Foxy for the rest of her life with Method K9, so her adopters can get some brush ups anytime along the way. This training is not cheap, but it’s not her fault human’s failed her early on, so now we invest in Foxy’s future because she has many years to give her new family and with this training her life will be so amazing! With her desire to be your sole source of attention and snuggles, Foxy would be best around a more mature balanced dog to share her humans with. No small dogs, cats, or children please. Her energy level is moderate, loving a good walk and play through the woods only to come in and nap while you watch the discovery channel.  This girl wants nothing more than to be with you and please. Simply the most adorable goofy girl who is always ready for where your adventure awaits. Looking for a lifelong love bug? Look no further, as Foxy is your lady! Fill out the farm’s adoption application here: https://www.petstablished.com/adoption_form/12564/generic show less

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Fred

Male Adult Goat

Howdy Farm Family, I’m Fred and this is Ethel.  We’d like to tell you a bit about ourselves if you have a moment?   See, our foster mom... show more

Howdy Farm Family, I’m Fred and this is Ethel.  We’d like to tell you a bit about ourselves if you have a moment?   See, our foster mom thinks we were raised in a loving home and were likely what’s called bottle babies.  To those of you who don’t know what that is, it means a human gave us our milk and not our Mom.  That makes us super friendly toward people.  But that’s where things take a turn for the worse.   In January we were sent to live in a new home.  There wasn’t much to eat, and a lot of times we would get out of the pen and walk along the highway trying to at least find a branch we could nibble on.  We were cold and hungry a lot and we didn’t get much in the way of vitamins.  That made big chunks of our hair fall out, so for us it was a pretty tough winter.  We were there for about three months like this, and our new owner knew the situation wasn’t good, but she had fallen on hard times and was doing the best she could.   She put up an ad on Facebook and that’s when our luck changed for the better.  Foster Mom Chris saw the ad and knew she had to do something to help us.  Now mind you, the Farm hadn’t taken in any farm animals before and had nothing to take care of us, like feeders, water troughs or even adequate fencing, not to mention one of the other goats was pregnant, like REALLY pregnant!  Foster Mom put us in the barn in a 10x10 kennel.  It was so nice.  We were out of the cold with fresh hay and a warm place to sleep.  We had lots of choice minerals and this blue bucket with vitamins that was so yummy!   A few days later we were off to the vet.  We all had lice and worms, but a little medicine took care of that.  We were microchipped and vaccinated, and had some blood work done.  We are CL, CAE, and Johnnes negative!!!   Currently we are munching on fresh grass and frolicking at the Farm while we wait for our forever home.  We have been here a while now, but that’s cause the people at the rescue tell us they don’t adopt out any animals that aren’t ready.  We needed our medical stuff cleared up before we could go.    And let’s spend a minute talking about the Furry Farm.  They want to help their community.  They don’t judge or shame, they support and help.  We were in a pretty bad spot this winter, but our owner was really trying to give us a better life.  Rather than tear her down, they helped her.  That’s what they do here at the Farm, supporting the community and lending a helping hand where it’s needed.   So if you want some 1yr super lovable lawn mowers to join your family, fill out an application at https://petstablished.com/adoption_form/17584/generic.  Our adoption fee of $150 covers us both, with all our vetting done and a microchip. show less

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Norbie

Male Adult Lhasa Apso (mixed)

4 yr Neutered Male Lhaso Mix Crate Trained Great with Dogs, Older Children Only, No Cats UTD on Vaccinations including Rabies, DAPPV, an... show more

4 yr Neutered Male Lhaso Mix Crate Trained Great with Dogs, Older Children Only, No Cats UTD on Vaccinations including Rabies, DAPPV, and Bordetella. Microchipped and Dewormed Adoption Fee: $175 Hello Farm Family! I’m Norbie and new around here, but I’m so glad I found my way to the farm. About a month or more ago I landed myself in the shelter after an unfortunate turn of events. My previous home was very noisy, busy, and scary. There weren’t a lot of boundaries there and that made me feel very nervous and insecure. My previous family decided I wasn’t the best fit for the home, so I was surrendered to the shelter to find a new home. While at the shelter, many folks passed me by and my time there was running out. But, through the power of social media, I was able to hitch a ride on a transport and found myself on the barn doorsteps hat-in-paw ready for a new, fresh start. All the changes and my previous circumstances made me fairly nervous at first, but my wonderful foster family has helped me become more secure and confident. After I learned there is safety in boundaries and that there are homes that are quiet and calm, I knew it was safe to show my true personality. Deep down I’m just a goofy guy that enjoys the company of other dogs and playing with them as well as toys. The more comfortable I become, the more affectionate and cuddlier I become. I just need a little time to adjust with clear boundaries and a safe place to chill out. My kennel is one of my favorite places to chill and I enjoy hanging out there when things get too overwhelming. One thing that has helped me overcome my insecurities is the time I have spent in obedience training with Method K9. My foster family takes me there once a week and practices the techniques we learn together throughout the week. I have learned sit, down, place, and my leash manners improve every day. My foster mom says: “He is making great strides in training. He's smart and a quick learner that wants to please.” My one big vice is that I like to chase small critters like cats and small dogs. They are too interesting to chase after if they run away! Therefore, a home with cats or very small dogs would likely not be the best fit for me. So, if you have a home with older children, boundaries, and you’re willing to continue my strong training foundation, then you just might be the family I’m looking for! If you wish to be considered for adopting me, please complete the FFR Adoption Application by clicking here: https://www.petstablished.com/adoptions/personal-information?application_type=Adopt&pet_id=209103 show less

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Theodore

Male Puppy Pit Bull Terrier (mixed)

Theodore – The Chipmunk Litter Neutered Male Pit Mix, Est Birth: 11/4/18 UTD Vaccinations including Rabies, DAPPV, and Bordetella, Micro... show more

Theodore – The Chipmunk Litter Neutered Male Pit Mix, Est Birth: 11/4/18 UTD Vaccinations including Rabies, DAPPV, and Bordetella, Microchipped, and Dewormed Good with Kids, Good with Dogs. Good with Cats Adoption Fee $275   Theodore came to the farm, along with his brothers, back in December. These young pups experienced a pretty horrific start to life, but that quickly changed.  Lucky for the boys, the rescue community jumped quickly and Annie was able to get these four chipmunks to safety. She reached out to the farm asking if we could take them in, and with some quick actions we did just that.  The first stop was a vet check, and then getting settled in for some weeks of growing, getting on solid foods, socializing and learning. You see, they were only 4 weeks when they lost their Mom.  With that critical time needed with her and his siblings we went to work with providing these deserving boys the best possible early stages of developing.   Theodore loves his toys and playing with his brothers. He’s likely to go until he drops, tells you just how he’s felling, and will do great in an active household.  Theo has become a social butterfly and loves to adventure around North Idaho. With Theo's adoption there is a requirement of basic obendience with an approved trainer. If you are interested in adopting, please complete the FFR Puppy Application: https://petstablished.com/adoption_form/12556/generic show less