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|Animal ID: 15-0366Noah (male)|
Noah has had a rough year feeling like he is unwanted. He is friendly with children. A meet and greet with other dogs is required. Not a huge fan of cats. Noah is a Rottweiler/Mastiff mix and he is always ready to go go go! Take this guy jogging with you and he will keep you motivated! Estimated DOB is 04/23/2014. Approx. weight is 52 lbs. He has been trained to walk on a treadmill. Great way to help dogs release their energy and get exercise. All PPAS puppies and dogs are up to date on all of their vaccines (including rabies if age prohibiting), and will be micro chipped and registered in the adopter's name at the time of adoption. Adopters get a free consultation at Cottonwood Animal Hospital within 14 days of adoption. Any dog that is six months of age or older will be tested for Heartworms and if found negative, will be kept on Heartworm prevention during their shelter stay, after the adoption it is up to the adopter to continue the highly recommended Heartworm preventative treatment. Also all PPAS shelter dogs are treated with a monthly topical flea/tick preventative and we ask that adopters continue that treatment as well. The shelter is open to the public: Mon, Wed, Thurs 11-6 and Sat 11-4. If you are interested in this dog or puppy, please either email Prairie Paws Animal Shelter at email@example.com, for an application visit our website @ prairiepaws.org or call 785.242.2967 for more information. Prairie Paws Animal Shelter 3173 HWY K68 Ottawa, KS 66067 785-242-2967 prairiepaws.org Hours: Mon / Wed / Thurs - 11am-6pm Saturday 11am -4pm Closed: Tuesday, Friday, and Sunday Here's the scoop on the adoption process: A hold may be placed on an animal for $20.00 a day up to 3 business days ($60.00 max). The hold fee is non refundable. We encourage folks that are interested in a certain animal to put down a hold fee (a credit card number may be given over the phone) to ensure the animal they are interested is available for their meet and greet. You may put down a 1 day hold for $20.00 without an approved application but anything longer than that we will need an approved application on file. Putting the animal on hold makes it so others can not have a meet and greet with the said animal until the hold expires. Holds are on a first call/come first serve basis. You must call or come in, holds can not be put down via email. You must also submit an adoption application for the dog for any hold over 1 day. In person meet and greet - potential adopters must come and meet the animal before an adoption can take place. We can not do over the phone sight unseen adoptions. Because of financial constraints our days and hours vary. Business hours should be listed on website (www.prairiepaws.org) or at end this post. If you have other animals we encourage you to bring to the meet and greet. We have animal runs outside the facility where meet and greet can take place. The adoption application must be filled out and approved. Adoption applications are available on our website or at the meet and greet. http://prairiepaws.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/05/Dog-Adoption-Form.pdf Common sticky points for folks are: if they rent, we have to call the landlord to make sure it is okay for you have a pet. If you have other pets, we call your vet to make sure their vaccinations are up to date. We can not approve the application until they are. It's great if you want to include current documentation on up to date vaccinations with your application. Speeds the process along. Once approval has been given an adoption fee must be paid in full - no partial payments. Adoption fees vary. Please note if you live in the city of Ottawa a dog license fee must also be paid. Taking your animal home - most of our animals will need to be spayed or neutered before we can allow them to be taken home (state requirement) so taking your new companion home on the day of the meet and greet is not usually an option. Cottonwood Animal Hospital does the sterilizations for us on Thursdays and Mondays. Date the procedure can be done depends on case load. Your animal must be picked up on the day of their surgery between 4:30pm and 6pm. (Less)
Prairie Paws Animal Shelter
Franklin County Ottawa, KS MAP IT!
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|Rescue Me ID: 15-10-09-00432Poncho (male)|
Heinz 57 farm dog available for adoption. Around 1-2 years old, very friendly, appears to be good around other dogs and livestock. Will be heartworm tested, vaccinated, and neutered prior to adoption. Fee is $ 25.
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Labette County oswego, KS 67356 MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 15-10-06-00180Mia (female)|
Mia is a great dog. She is up to date on vaccinations, spayed, she has a good temperament, and she is good with other dogs and adult cats. She is heartworm positive and we have chosen to not treat her. This is not because of the cost but because of the risk factor for when she was spayed she almost didn't recover. We want her to enjoy what years she has left in somewhat of a calm household where lots of love is offered. She can't be your jogging partner but she can cuddle all day long. Mia came from a breeder situation and has spent most if not all her life outdoors. When she came to us she hoarded food bowls and toys but she has gotten much better. However, she will still need to be worked on with this especially in a new environment. (Less)
Crawford County Pittsburg, KS MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 15-08-15-00120Bruiser (male)|
Bruiser is located in southeast Kansas at the SEK Humane Society in Pittsburg Ks. You can call the shelter at 620-232-1840 and inquire on this beautiful dog!
SEK Humane Society
485 east 560th Pittsburg ks
Crawford County Pittsburg, KS MAP IT!
|Animal ID: 15-05-01-00191Billy (male)|
Male Rottweiler approximately 4 years of age ready for adoption. Neutered, up to date on shots, and Heart-worm free. He is micro-chipped. This boy was rescued from a horrible abusive environment . Billy had to fight for his survival due to the 'extreme' physical abuse he encountered in the situation he was in prior to my rescuing him. He endured severe abuse to the point he had to fight back to survive. He has undergone physical rehab for physical injuries from a severe facial trauma to having his nails cut so that you were unable to see the nail 'at all', to accomplish this brutal act Billy would have had to have been hogtied. Due to his past abuse Billy has some anger/aggressive behavioral issues.His aggression and anger is understandable without any doubt. I have been working with him daily on emotional rehab. He has made awesome progress both physically and emotionally. His aggression is being managed with great success showing him how he should have been treated from day one and with a daily prescription of Fluoxetine ,I have cut his daily dose in half he is doing awesome. ( he also has symptoms of simple airborn allergies, a single does of benadryl daily is working). Billy's present behavior challenges are his aggression toward moving vehicles . This issues is getting better and I expect with more time it will no longer be issues. He is geat with children and actually loves to be with children, yet should not be left unsupervised with children, I would not trust a young person in the case of the youngster doing something unintentional which may trigger a past memory and he react in a survival mode. He is great around other dogs and has shown absolutely no territorial behavior in the presence of either a female or male dog. He has not met a dog he does not like. I am very comfortable around him, he obeys me without question. He knows commands such as sit, lay down, stay, be nice, down, and my 'ten more minutes' which means to give me a few minutes. Billy has taught me what he truly needs to be a seriously awesome dog, he respects me highly. Most times he is a big teddy bear, he is loving, kind and compassionate with typical Rottie personality and behavior. He has the large German Rottweiler head, with a patch of white on his chest.. He is seriously a great dog, he simply started his life in a very bad place filled with major abuse. He needs to be adopted into a loving, compassionate, understanding home so that he can continue to live the life he was meant to live, surrounded by love. He is a great dog. A big teddy bear, with memories of abuse which one day will be just be a blur. re-homing fee and adoption application. Children?. Other Dogs OK. Update, Billy spent sometime with my young niece yesterday, he was awesome with her, I was present to monitor the encounter, he was loving and extremely compassionate to her, he could not get close enough to her, I have posted pics of the time they were together. Even with this update I would not leave him unsupervised with young people. Not yet. Adoption Fee: Animal Location: Sedgwick County Wichita, KS (Less)
Sedgwick County Wichita, KS MAP IT!
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|PIease Read Before Adopting a Rottweiler in Kansas|
Rottweiler Dogs can make good pets in Kansas if they match your IifestyIe. The Rottweiler is a large breed herding and guard dog. Rottweilers are very stable and brave. This breed needs a firm, experienced handler from the very beginning. Rottweilers can be good family pets that are trustworthy with children and other pets if they are trained and socialized from an early age. If a Rottweiler is not treated properly it can become aggressive. Rottweilers need plenty of exercise and can run in open country without a leash. Rottweilers can live in an apartment or a home with a small yard if they get enough exercise.
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