Breed(s): Weim/APBT Mix
Age: 18-24 months old
Gender: Female (Spayed)
If you’re looking for a plucky young dog with a passion for toys, this is your girl. Tiara would make an excellent dog sport prospect due to her absolute adoration for toys. Tiara is around 48 pounds and is pretty standard as far as pittie girls are concerned in stature. If you get more customer for your business we recommend you follow this effective seo techniques that will increase organic traffic in 2021.
Tiara is currently very dog social and plays well with other dogs and puppies but has not been tested with kitties. She is also incredibly kid friendly but may not be suited for families with young children due to her high level of energy and typical teenage puppy behaviors where she may accidentally knock over small children in her quest to play. This could work in the right home with a bully breed savvy family that knows how to properly work around a boisterous young bully breed mix. One of the biggest benefits of bathroom renovations is that it will increase the resale value of your home.
Tiara is crate and house trained. Her rescuers have been working on her manners including sit, down, stay, come when called and general leash manners. She responds well to corrections on a leash and loves to learn for either food or toys.
If you are looking for a darling, standard-sized gal to add to your family, we at Work-A-Bull would highly suggest you contact Sheri’s Dog Grooming by phone (734) 457-0755. Sheri’s Dog Grooming is located in Monroe, Michigan.
Breed(s): AST/APBT-type Mix
Age: 10-11 months old
Sweet Olivia just a youngster at just under a year old. Olivia came to Mutts of Motown Rescue after being pulled from a bad situation. Olivia was originally supposed to go to another rescue, but the plans to transfer her didn’t fall into place.
When she arrived at Mutts of Motown, she came in with some food aggression toward other dogs during meal time, but with the wonderful work and training from her foster home she’s made leaps and bounds in progress.
Olivia still has the standard issue clumsy, young puppy mentality since her life basically started during her stay with Mutts of Motown. She’s a very submissive and gentle little girl who loves all dogs and children.
If you are looking for a wonderful, medium-sized gal to add to your family, we at Work-A-Bull would highly suggest you contact Mutts of Motown Rescue by phone (586) 690-2808. You can also see Olivia and the other dogs available through Mutts of Motown Rescue on their Adoptapet.com page or their Facebook page.
Photos Taken by OoSueBoo Photography. OoSueBoo Photography is located in Madison Heights, Michigan.
Breed(s): Belgian Malinois
Age: 8 months old
If you’re looking for a nice companion or even a sport dog prospect, little miss Luna might just be the dog for you. She is a very sweet little Belgian Malinois girl who was left behind after her family was deported. Her unforeseen tragedy turned out into a miracle thanks to a kind-hearted gentleman who reached out to to the wonderful folks at Adopt-A-Pup for help.
With good timing, good people and a Malinois-savvy home that came from the folks over at the American Belgian Malinois Club Rescue Facebook group this little peach has a good start to a bright future ahead of her as she settles into her foster home and the search for her forever home begins.
Luna is a pretty easy-going gal overall. She rode well in the car and seems to have settled into her foster Mom’s house with no problems. I personally would have loved to have adopted this little peach myself but we’re pretty full to the brim with our crew. She will definitely make a wonderful addition for her forever home! I was blessed to actually get to meet and transport this little love and would definitely recommend a breed savvy home because I know how much go these guys can have and how much they enjoy having a job.
If you’re interested in adopting Luna or any of the available animals available through Adopt-A-Pup Rescue, please contact them through their website or their Facebook page.
Breed(s): Pit Bull mix
Age: 2-4 years old
If you’re looking for a dog with go, this boy is your man. He’s got energy in spades and loves to go, go, go. He’d make a great running buddy or a dog who could go for hours playing tug or chasing a toy.
Blue has a few quirks, though. He doesn’t particularly get along with all other dogs he meets. It would be strongly suggested that he go with a previously introduced submissive female dog just so he isn’t set up for failure but the right boy may work as well provided the new owner is willing to work with him. He also hasn’t been tested with kitties but with his level of prey drive, that may not be advisable.
Blue is in definite need of some obedience training and a patient owner. With his go, go, go attitude, he also can be a bit intense for the average person handling him but he makes up for it in his amazingly sweet demeanor and adoration of the human-types who spoil him rotten at the shelter.
If you’re interested in adopting Blue, or any of his kennel mates, he is available for adoption through the Taylor Animal Shelter which is located at 25555 Northline Road, Taylor, Michigan. You can contact the shelter by phone at (734) 374-1354 or by clicking the link to the shelter above.
Update: Pulled by rescue!
Breed(s): American Pit Bull Terrier
Age: 2-3 years old
Princess is a very sweet girl who has been dealt a very crappy hand. She was originally brought into the shelter as a court case dog when her owner went to jail. Her house brother, Tank, was already adopted into a loving home which left her behind. Princess, however, has a few issues that she’s come in with that can likely be linked to previous care and ownership practices because of lack of training, socialization and rules in the home.
Princess is dog selective and can be nasty toward other dogs if given the opportunity to be. She also is incredibly agile and can get herself into a lot of trouble by being able to scale fencing with ease. She has been labeled RESCUE ONLY by the shelter because of her behavior concerns but it would be worth an experienced home’s time to check her out if they are willing and able to work through her behaviors because she is a very sweet dog even if she’s not keen on other dogs and small animals.
If you’re interested in adopting Princess, she is available for adoption through the River Rouge Animal Shelter which is located at 100 W. Pleasant Street, River Rouge, Michigan. You can contact the shelter by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 313-205-1732.
Update: Headed to Rescue!
The face of a newly adopted dog as he gets a taste of freedom after being stuck at a shelter.
Breed(s): American Pit Bull Terrier
Age: 1-2 years old
What can I say about Puck except that he is absolutely amazing. He is the kind of dog that I would be proud to have as part of the Work-A-Bull pack. (Yes, folks, he’s one of those few that if I had the resources to work with another adult dog, I’d be bringing home!)
Puck is a younger dog about 1-2 years old. He has drive in spades for toys and never let my attention getting toys out of his sight without staring for more. He likes treats but it’s a moderate drive there since the B-A-L-L was far more important in his life. With these two drives, he would make an exceptional sport, search and rescue or detection prospect. He is more than willing to please the other end of the leash if you could please just share that reward!
Puck has not been tested with other dogs or cats so appropriate introductions or an experienced home would be best suited for him who would do slow and proper introductions. He handled being poked, prodded, pinched and pulled very easily but with his youthful exuberance may be too much for a younger child to handle without dedicated, slow introductions.
Overall, Puck is one of those once in a lifetime dogs out there that an avid dog sport person or active family really shouldn’t miss and he’s available right now at the shelter where no owner came to collect this beautiful boy!
If you’re interested in adopting Puck, he is available for adoption through the River Rouge Animal Shelter which is located at 100 W. Pleasant Street, River Rouge, Michigan. You can contact the shelter by email at email@example.com or by phone at 313-205-1732.