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|Rescue Me ID: 17-08-04-00199Bandit (male)|
Pure-bred papillon. Has arthritis in his neck; bad teeth (eats soft food); has only one eye
Montgomery County Dayton, OH MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 17-07-25-00057Sabrina (female)|
Very sweet Papillon- it's owners are going in a nursing home in mid August and she must be rehomed. They raised her paper trained but they are not consistent or able to work on training so she has accidents in the house. She would need a loving family that has time to work with her. She is also very overweight and would need to lose a lot of weight.
Portage County Kent, OH 44240 MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 17-06-15-00300Luna (female)|
Meet Little Luna as she is affectionately referred to. We pulled this super scared little dog out of a shelter a few weeks ago. We believe she is 8-10 years old and a papillion/chihuahua mix. Luna has been staying with a very loving patient foster who has been working hard to bring Luna out of her shell. She has found that Luna loves to take a walk! She will easily walk a mile a day and would walk even more if she could. Luna has an extreme fear of hands coming towards her. She is currently working with our behavior consultant to help her work through her fears and bring this adorable little girl out of her shell. We do know Luna loves dogs and feels very comfortable with them. Luna will need to be adopted to a home with another dog. It is not suggested that Luna live in a home with small children as she does want to nip if someone tries to pet her when she's not ready. Luna is housetrained! She prefers to go outside and will hold it all night waiting to go outside.Update 6/8/17-Luna is officially up for adoption! Luna is doing well in her foster home. She has learned to enjoy being a dog. She runs in the yard, sniffs around, chews on bones, and likes to rub and wiggle on her back. She still does not play with dogs, toys, or people. She follows her foster mom everywhere and loves to be with her. She is happy to let her foster mom reach down and pet her. She is being taught sit and threshold control. She will get in the car willingly provided her foster mom is going along. She has learned to rest quietly and comfortably in her crate while her foster mom is gone or even if she is home. She is mostly house trained with the occasional accident on a rug, because she was trained with pee pads in her first foster home. A rug is the closest thing she can find to a pee pad. However, she still does not like to be picked up, she still does not enjoy being petted while being held, and she does not get on the furniture to sit with her people or snuggle with them. Luna does still get frightened and jumpy even with her foster mom. She's recovering from this fear more quickly, but it is still there. She still stresses at new things but she is recovering faster than she used to. Luna does still have some separation anxiety from her foster mom. Although Luna is up for adoption she will not change homes easily. She will need to continue training and socializing for many months, a year, or possibly the rest of her life. If Luna does not receive this continued training and socializing she will regress back into her severe fearful state. Without this continued training & socializing, the confidence she has built will revert back to fear. She will be considered a special needs adoption. She will have added requirements for adopters to meet before being approved. Her adoption process will take added time and any applicants need to be prepared to be patient during the process. Luna does have requirements. For more information on Luna please contact Pawpatroldayton.com (Less)
Paw Patrol Dayton
Montgomery County Kettering, OH MAP IT!
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|PIease Read Before Adopting a Papillon in Ohio|
Papillon Dogs can make good pets in Ohio if they match your IifestyIe. The Papillon is an elegant toy breed with large ears and a gracefully curved tail. Papillons are active, playful, and full of personality. Papillons do well with older children and cats with whom they are socialized, but can sometimes be combative with other dogs. Housebreaking a Papillon may require patience. Papillons love to play outside, and can be protective and territorial. This breed does best with a yard, but some Papillons adapt fine to urban apartment life.
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