Love 4 Canines
Love 4 Canines...
Specializing in Cattle Dogs!

DARBY: ADOPTIVE HOME NEEDED!!!

Australian Cattle Dog

Little 30-pound Darby is a lot of Cattle Dog, packed into a compact body!!! Darby is the ever-loving companion. While Darby is an active dog, she also knows how to relax and watch life go by. She loves instigating play with her foster brother. Darby wants to meet every dog she passes...she barks and nips at their heels though, so she is not real popular at dog park. Not all dogs understand how to interpret her typical Cattle Dog behavior. She would not be good with cats, which is typical of many herding dogs. Darby is all joy, love, and kisses. She has been spayed, microchipped, and fully vaccinated. We would love to find someone who can use this girl up to her full potential...maybe herding, obedience, or agility :-) Her adoption fee is $250.


 

EMILY: ADOPTIVE HOME NEEDED!!!

Australian Cattle Dog

Sweet Emily is an 8-year old beauty! She is small, weighing in at about 30-lbs. Emily is good with dogs and kids. Not sure about cats. She is housebroken and knows how to use the dog door. Emily knows sit, go lay down, and quiet. She has no food aggression, is good on leash and in the car. This girl is extremely velcro, she wants to be with her person and will do her best to make sure no harm comes to you on her watch :-)  She has excellent house manners and does not climb on furniture. Emily is on the shy side and low energy. If you are looking for a devoted companion that will think the sun rises and sets on you, you won't go wrong in adopting this gal. She is part of our Senior-4-Senior program, but is available to be adopted to any aged adopter. If you have never adopted an older dog, you'll probably never adopt another younger one once you do!!! They are in "move in ready" as many would say!!! She has been spayed, up to date with vaccinations, and microchipped. Her adoption fee is $150, or $100 for seniors :-) If interested in this pet, please fill out an adoption questionnaire on our main website at www.love4canines.org