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|Rescue Me ID: 16-08-06-00125Jack (male)|
We have a beautiful 4-1/2 year old Belgian Shepherd (Malinois) mix and want to find him a forever home. We have had him for nearly 1-1/2 years. He is about 40 lbs, neutered, almost never barks, loves going on runs/hikes, knows basic commands, is kennel trained and gets along well with other dogs. However, he loves to chase our cat and can be a little aggressive with her. We are Jack's third owners. We got him from a nice young couple that didn't share with us that he is a fearful dog and that he is especially fearful of children - boys in particular. We have two young boys. They told us that they wanted him to go to a nice family with children. We suspect they knew of his fears but were hoping that he would overcome them and get used to our boys. We suspect that Jack spent most of his first three years sitting for long hours each day in a kennel, and we are guessing that he was not properly socialized as a puppy. He has come a long way from when we first got him, but the reality is that he is still a fearful dog, especially fearful of boys, and that he still spends most of his time throughout the day alone. In recent months he has begun to show aggression towards our sons and toward visiting children in our home. He has barked at, jumped on, and bitten 4 or 5 times. It breaks our hearts to think about his quality of life. We want him to be happy, but we don't really feel like he is happy with our family. We truly believe that he would have a much better quality of life in a home with an active older single or couple that has no children. (Less)
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|Rescue Me ID: 16-06-13-00387Zorro (male)|
How gorgeous is Zorro? He and his sister were bought from a breeder in Kansas and raised together until they were 6 months old. It is rare that we recommend adopting siblings together. There is a thing called sibling syndrome and it is incredibly hard to train two puppies at the same time. Needless to say, after just 6 months, their owner was done and was ready to bring them to a high kill shelter. Lucky for Zorro, a rescuer sent us their photo and we agreed to bring them into our rescue. Zorro's sister was adopted right away but Zorro is still looking. He is waiting for someone who will believe in him! Deep down there is a goofy, outgoing pup! We are going to pay to put Zorro through training and would love to do this in a foster to adopt situation. He is pretty timid and needs to gain confidence. As Zorro has started coming out of his shell he likes to jump into bed with his fosters every morning and run around the yard! Zorro gets along with most dogs and really likes to play with his foster sister, Belle. We think Zorro would benefit from a house with another WELL TRAINED dog. He takes cues and learns from his foster siblings. Zorro has come a long way and we know that with training, love and a consistent schedule he will make an excellent pet. Zorro is an active guy who would do well with an avid hiker or someone with a large fenced yard! He isn't very interested in toys but does play with them every once in a while. Zorro is not cat friendly. Zorro is initially more timid with men than women. Zorro is housetrained, neutered, up to date on vaccinations & in good health! If you're interested in adopting Zorro we would love to talk with you. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks! (Less)
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Boulder County Boulder, CO MAP IT!
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|PIease Read Before Adopting a Belgian Malinois in Colorado|
Belgian Malinois Dogs can make good pets in Colorado if they match your IifestyIe. The Belgian Malinois is a large, dominant, intelligent, protective breed. The Belgian Malinois is usually used as a working guard dog. Malinois make good pets. They need to be with people and get enough attention or they can become destructive. Malinois should be socialized with children and other animals from an early age, and need to be watched around small non-canines. Malinois do best in cooler climates. Belgian Malinois are used to outdoor work, but can live in an apartment if they get plenty of daily exercise.
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