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Cherish

Female Young Pit Bull Terrier Shar Pei (mixed)

If you have any questions about Cherish, please contact Charlie's Crusaders Pet Rescue, LLC at charliescrusaders@gmail.com

Charlie's Crusaders Pet Rescue, LLC

About Cherish

Meet Cherish! Cherish is an adorable dog with similarities to Pit and Shar Pei mix. Cherish is around a year and a half (as of June 2019) and around 40 pounds. Cherish was found in the south laying in a ditch where someone had thrown her there to die. She had mange so bad she could barely open her eyes. She was very skinny and scared and laid in that ditch for a few days before a good Samaritan found her and Charlie’s stepped up and immediately took her to the vet. Even as she was getting rescued, she wagged her tail and tried to give kisses. Cherish is up to date on her shots and is a sweet girl that is good with kids, dogs, and cats. Cherish is house trained, crate trained, and doing great with learning commands. Cherish loves walks and does great on a leash. She loves to snuggle and lay in the sun. Cherish is looking for her perfect forever home, it that yours? If you would like to foster or adopt Cherish, please go to www.CharliesCrusaders.org to fill out an application for this amazing girl!

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Details

Name
Cherish
Age
Young
Gender
Female
Size
Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Shots up to date
YES
Ok with kids
YES
Housetrained
YES
Hypoallergenic
NO
Spayed/Neutered
YES
Ok with dogs
YES
Ok with cats
YES

Charlie's Crusaders Pet Rescue, LLC

5534 Holly Ridge Dr Horn Lake MS 38637

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Diesel

Pit Bull Terrier

Meet Diesel! Diesel is a 2.5-year-old sweet dog with similarities to a Pit Bull. Diesel was originally an owner surrender due to a life... show more

Meet Diesel! Diesel is a 2.5-year-old sweet dog with similarities to a Pit Bull. Diesel was originally an owner surrender due to a life change requiring a move. The person was going to have his sister, Princess, and her euthanized until his dog sitter stepped in and convinced her to surrender them.  Both have been in a foster home since December 8th. Per Diesel’s foster “He absolutely loves to cuddle, and tries be up in my lap with his face in mine, which is reminiscent of excited jumping behavior, which I try to correct by having him sit next to me, and he will then try to burrow under my legs, so I think he would be happy in any spot of the cuddle puddle, as long as he’s in it. His favorite toys are balls, he loves to chase them and I’ve been trying to teach fetch using the word “back” when I throw something. He brings the ball right over, and accepts praise for being such a smart boy, but he would much rather wander off and chew on it for a while. He is just barely getting the idea of the “release” command and will sort of turn his head up to present the ball but doesn’t let go until I start taking it from him. He also loves chasing and chewing on sticks, Kongs, and beef bones. I have only given him the beef bones when he is alone and won’t be disturbed, as a precaution. I also have his food and water bowls on a raised stand and haven’t witnessed any aggression. I have trained him to sit and wait in the doorway to my laundry room while I fill the food and water bowls, switch a load of laundry and do what I need to do to get everything ready for him before I tell him that it is “okay” to go ahead and eat. He does wait like an angel, but I will admit he is like a bull in a china shop running to the bowl, and he does eat fast.  I have been working on him with diverting his attention while he’s eating, just by calling him to come over to me for skritches, then going back to the food, and he is doing much better. He will also sit and wait in his crate with the door open while I open the door to go outside, walk outside myself first and then wait for an “okay” to be released.  He does fine in the car, but he wants to be in your lap, so I put a barrier up between my front and back seats. In addition to working on fetch/release, he knows sit (holding your right index finger pointed up), lay down (swoop your hand from the upright finger in a downward motion until your whole hand is flat, palm facing the ground), and wait (hand in front of you, palm facing him). He’s getting better at walking on a leash but does still pull a little. I usually use a short leash, with a harness that clips in the front and hold it behind my back so that his shoulder is just behind my thigh, so he is learning to heel and keeps improving.” Diesel has not been around children or cats. Diesel is up to date on his shots, neutered, house broken, and crate trained. If you are interested in adopting or fostering Diesel, please go to our website at www.charliescrusaders.org and fill out our adoption application! show less