LUCY – 6 year female. Lucy is one of our three rotties that came in from a breeder release in Missouri. She is a strong alpha girl (no other females, but she loves the boys) but very low key. Lucy is ready to put her litter days behind her and just have a home to call her own Poor girl she doesn’t really know what a home is. Her ideal family will be one that is willing to help her adjust to life inside a house, help her with housebreaking and take her through some basic obedience. If there are children in the family they should be over the age of 10.
If you are interested in including Lucy in your family, please go to our Placement Page for our placement policies and online application

 

MAX – 4 year male. Max is the shy guy of our Missouri Three. Give him some attention and his stubby will start wagging. He gets along with other dogs but would do better with males vs females. Like Lucy and Jake, Max has no idea what it is like to live in a house. His ideal family will be one that is willing to help him adjust and work with him on housebreaking and definitely go through some basic obedience. If there are children in the family they should be over the age of 10.

If you are interested in including Max in your family, please go to our Placement Page for our placement policies and online application

 

PLACED — JAKE – 3 year male. Another one of our Missouri Three, Jake is a pure love. Give him a few minutes to warm up to you and he will smother you with kisses. He is good with other dogs, but can play rough with the little ones. Like Lucy and Max, Jake has no idea what it is like to live in a house. His ideal family will be one that is willing to help him adjust and work with him on housebreaking and definitely go through some basic obedience. If there are children in the family they should be over the age of 10.

 

 

WUBBA – 18 month male Cane Corso. Why the name Wubba? Because he loves to carry around his Kong Wubba in his mouth. Our next question is why give a dog such a cute name and then abandon him in the back yard leaving him to survive by drinking rain water and eating his own feces? Despite everything Wubba is a big goof. He will need obedience classes to help build his confidence. Wubba is currently in a foster home and enjoys the company of other dogs. He will need an active family and yard where he can work off his excess energy. We are recommending that he is placed in a home with no small dogs or cats, and adult children would be best.

If you are interested in including WUBBA in your family, please go to our PLACEMENT PAGE for our placement policies and our online application.

 

CHINA  – 4 year Mastiff. China is such a good girl with a wonderful personality. She is good with dogs her own size, but has not yet been tested with small dogs or cats. China is also housebroken and crate trained, knows some basic commands and would do best in a home with children over the age of 5. She is confused as to why her last family didn’t have time for her, she certainly made time for them but she is moving on and enjoys all the attention and love she is receiving from her foster family. China is a great girl for someone looking for a big dog, someone that will appreciate all that China has to offer.

If you are interested in including CHINA in your family, please go to our PLACEMENT PAGE for our placement policies and online application

 

DANNY – 2 years. Danny is new to the rescue. He was relinquished by his owner to a local shelter citing the usual, no longer could take care of him. Danny is housebroken and crate trained and has only been with dogs his own size (no small dogs or cats for Danny). Danny should preferably be placed in a home with an experienced Rottweiler family and no small children. Obedience is a must.

If you are interested in including Danny in your family, please go to our PLACEMENT PAGE for our placement policies and online application.