MILLIE

​​Age: +/- 4 Years Old?

Sex: Female

Breed:  Bully  mix
Spayed: Yes

Vaccinated: Yes

Micro Chipped: SOON

Adoption Status:  AVAILABLE


Millie was found as a stray and had clearly had a litter recently. She is nervous of new people (barks and is standoffish, but warms up pretty quickly). Millie is good with other dogs, and prefers to ignore them and do her own thing. She was curious of cats when tested, and no prey drive was noted. She doesn't resource guard toys, food or space, has no bite history, is house trained, crate trained and is not destructive. She pulls on leash but listens well to gentle corrections and guidance. Millie barks at new people and appears to have separation anxiety (cries when she's left alone). She also appears to have allergies of some sort, as she has hair loss and dry, scabbed skin. 


Buddy was surrendered because he air snapped at two strangers when they tried to pat his head upon greeting. Buddy is fearful and insecure of strangers, but once he knows you he is super affectionate, calm and sweet. He is good with physical manipulations if he knows you, but is sensitive to his flank and rear end. Buddy is OK with cats and dogs (big and small), takes treats gently and knows basic commands. He has a moderate energy level and pulls a bit on leash. He resource guards his bone, but when tested with other toys and food he was afraid of people. No kids due to his insecurities. Buddy shows no interest in playing, and would rather get affection instead. MEDICAL - Buddy is epileptic and has a barely detectable heart murmur. 

No cats, kids, dogs, or apartments for Odie. Odie is not reactive on leash and ignores most dogs he walks past. Odie is good on leash, but is strong and can pull if not managed. He is non-destructive, and has no separation anxiety.  Odie is affectionate, smart, playful, and treat-oriented! Odie used to  resource guard the couch, bed, and some toys but has greatly improved with this! We think it was because Odie had been cornered and pushed around in a previous home, so became claustrophobic and can be reactive if cornered in the home. Odie is a fantastic car travelling buddy, and loves to swim! He likes to shred his toys, and licky mats and kongs are great stress relievers.

Available Dogs

​​Shown below are the dogs currently assigned to the professionals here at Good Bones Dog Rescue and are available to be adopted, or soon will be. Please review each case carefully and apply for a dog that sounds like a good fit for you and your family. Remember, you and the dog need to FIT YOUR LIFESTYLE AND ENERGY LEVEL.  Anyone looking to adopt/rescue must be aware of the reality of why these dogs have been surrendered so that everyone involved has realistic expectations. The journey these dogs have taken to get to us (or any rescue organization) can have many upheavals and often many changes have already occurred for them. Any new situation can translate into fear, depression, anxiety, and other behaviors that will require time, patience, love and above all, giving the dog a sense of security and stability. Not many rescue dogs can immediately fit into every lifestyle, but their nature makes them want to please their new family and their transformations can be truly amazing.


The Adoption Fee is $400.00

BUDDY

​​Age: 3 Years Old

Sex: Male

Breed:  Golden Lab Mix
Neutered: Yes

Vaccinated: Yes

Micro Chipped: SOON

Adoption Status:  AVAILABLE

ODIE

​​Age: 3 Years Old

Sex: Male

Breed:  Bully  mix
Neutered: Yes

Vaccinated: Yes

Micro Chipped: Yes

Adoption Status:  AVAILABLE