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Dino

Cats: Unknown Dogs: Good with large dogs Children: Good with children 8+ Dino came to MAGDRL in February 2022 (2) Dino is an 11-month-old black male with natural ears.  If you are ready for a diamond in the rough this guy is for you.  He is 100 % puppy with all the energy that entails.  He needs a home that will provide structure, direction, and training. Dino came into rescue from a local shelter as a stray.  He can be nervous, Bark and back away when he first meets you.  However, he quickly warms up to his humans.  He is extremely treat Read More

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Marge

Cats: Unknown Dogs: Good with dogs Children: Good with children 12+ Maggie came to MAGDRL in January 2022 (2) Maggie May is a 7.5YO harlequin female whose world was recently turned upside down when her Mom passed away, her Dad couldn’t care for her due to health reasons, one of her canine siblings was re-homed, and she moved from the only home she’s ever known to a foster home where she is currently an only dog. Maggie is somewhat aloof and slow to warm up to people, but once she knows and trusts you, you become the center of her Read More

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Wolfgang

Cats: Not good with cats Dogs: No small dogs Children: Good with children 8+ Wolfgang is showing great improvement in his foster home.  He is very active and playful.  He loves to play with his big red ball.  He plays hard with the female Dane in and the home and really loves the “Chase Game”.  He no longer barks and howls when left along.  He loves his humans and especially likes back scratches. Wolfgang is not your typical couch potato; he likes to be on his dog bed near your feet.  He has lived with cats in his previous home; Read More

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Rogue

Cats: Not good with cats Dogs: Good with large dogs Children: 12+ years old Rogue 3 1/2 year old black female with natural ears. She has been spayed and gastropexied. Rogue has come back to rescue through no fault of her own, as her family is splitting up and she had nowhere to go. She has lived with other dogs, so she could be placed with another dog, but it would need to be a large dog as she has a strong prey drive. If she is placed with a home with children, they would need to be older children. Due to her Read More