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Old 03/21/08, 03:51 PM
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Animal Adoptions Post here!!

Please use this thread to list any adoptions or placements you need to offer I'll delete them as they get dated over 2 months but let us know how it worked out too! Thanks.
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Old 12/06/12, 07:25 AM
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Anyone interested in a 2yo female St Bernard, fully papered and free to a good home? A friend of mine has her and can not keep her for several reasons.
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I have some plott hound mixed pups they are 3/4 plott. Got three females an one male
around 3 months old. Free to good homes . Be good for hunting or pets if anyone interested . I'm near houlka Mississippi
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LGD!!Great Pyreneese/Anatolian Mix Washington DC Area

I have just seen this post today.
http://fredericksburg.craigslist.org...921658384.html

He looks very much like an Anatolian (Kangal) in the third picture where he is overseeing his herd.

I used to have a Kangal, and know how the breed wants to wonder around.
If you have a large land and are looking for a LGD. Here is one.

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Free 8 mo blue heeler/border collie

free cattle dog in ND
I need to get rid of my female 8 month old heeler/border collie because I am unable to train her to stop killing chickens She would make a great cattle dog, healthy, energetic, good dog besides eating chickens
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Animal Adoptions Post here!!

PUPPY NEEDS A HOME!

This sweet girl was abandoned in the woods near our home. She is approximately 10-12 weeks old and 13 lbs. Breed unknown. Vet checked no worms, started on flea prevention, but in need of some proper nutrition (which we have begun providing). She is very sweet and friendly. We already have four dogs, so we cannot keep her! Located in North Georgia.

Contact sportweasel@gmail.com or https://www.facebook.com/CurtisCountyFarm

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Old 07/03/15, 11:27 PM
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Lucky pup and looks like an energy packed smarty!!
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puppy needs a home!

This sweet girl was abandoned in the woods near our home. She is approximately 10-12 weeks old and 13 lbs. Breed unknown. Vet checked no worms, started on flea prevention, but in need of some proper nutrition (which we have begun providing). She is very sweet and friendly. We already have four dogs, so we cannot keep her! Located in north georgia.

Contact sportweasel@gmail.com or https://www.facebook.com/curtiscountyfarm

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Puppy needs new home! We have a GSP, (German Short Hair) that we are unable to keep. He is very friendly and very energetic. He is almost 10 months old and around sixty pounds. We love him and want him in a good home. We live in North East Kansas. Please send a PM for more info and pics.
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Old 06/04/16, 10:02 PM
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Puppy needs new home! We have a GSP, (German Short Hair) that we are unable to keep. He is very friendly and very energetic. He is almost 10 months old and around sixty pounds. We love him and want him in a good home. We live in North East Kansas. Please send a PM for more info and pics.

I know this post is from January but wanted to see if you still had your GSP? We have one and are looking to possibly adopt another.
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No. We contacted the German shorthair rescue and they have him now. I would contact them if you are looking for another dog. They were very nice and could help you find the perfect pup.
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Australian Cattle Dog/Red Heeler

This Dog was a stray,I tried finding his owner locally and checked for a microchip and nobody ever claimed him.
I had him neutered and he has not had any problems with trying to get out since. He is quiet and house broken and would be very easy to train.
He is about 4,very handsome and very sweet with kids,people and other dogs. He does not like cats or ANY other animals (would respect a horse as a trail companion) which is common in this breed. In other words his prey drive is very high,which makes for a great working cattle dog.
I live in NE TN.
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