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These dogs are currrently part of the DVSHR program. To adopt one of these dogs you must complete an adoption application on line.
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Dakota White Cloud  
About Me :  Dakota White Cloud is a sweet, gentle, loving, laid back 9yr old boy. He just had a birthday on November 7th. Dakota gets along very well with other dogs and children. In his previous home he did well with his owner’s grandchildren ages 2yrs to 13yrs. Dakota is house trained and good loose in the house when no one is home. He is excellent in the car and good at the vet’s office. Dakota walks very nicely on leash. He has allergies but they can be managed with inexpensive medication. Dakota White Cloud came into rescue due to one of his owner’s passing away. This dreamy white boy is very easy going and a joy to share time with making long lasting, wonderful memories.  
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Jack  
About Me :  Jack is a very sweet affectionate boy. He is house trained and good in a crate. Jack enjoys car rides and is excellent in the car.
Jack gets along with other dogs but is not good with cats. He pulls very hard on leash and will need a lot of exercise. Jack is very smart and learns quickly. Jack can jump a 4 ft fence from a stand still. So he will need a 6ft fenced yard.
 
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Shadow  
About Me :  SHADOW HAS AN ADOPTION PENDING. Shadow is a 6yr old male who spent the last 3yrs at a no kill shelter. He recently came into foster care to learn house manners. We are finding that he has separation anxiety, and are working with him. His ideal adopter would be a family in which someone is home most of the time. He gets along with other dogs, but would be fine as an only dog. For some reason, Shadow will not go to the bathroom while on a leash. Therefore, a fenced yard is a must so that he can comfortably do his ’business’. A four foot fence (as long as it is not wire/chain link and the rails are vertical) would be suitable. If rails are horizontal or there is climbable wire, he would need a five foot fence or greater. We prefer children over 12 for Shadow. He lived in a home with small dogs,and he is very gentle with them. However,NO CATS as he shows too much interest in them. Shadow has come a long way in foster care. Once a routine is established, Shadow learns to trust that his humans will return home and is anxiety has decreased. However, any change in that routine could disrupt him, and he will act out in response to his anxiety. A family familiar with this issue is a must. A patient family who will adhere to routine is also a must.  
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Lakota Red Cloud 10mth old  
About Me :  Sweet Lakota was rescued from a shelter where he was left when his family had to move. A little shy and hesitant with his Foster family at first, we wonder if he was an only dog, but he soon began to play with his 3 Foster sisters! He is not too thrilled with crating and has been good loose in the house.
He probably would require a 5 or 6 ft secure fence. We suspect he may have lived in an apartment but, of course, running free in a fenced area is such fun!
Lakota has a beautiful red/white coat and weighs 46lbs. He is a friendly boy who responds well to affection from his humans.
 
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