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1,366 Anatolian Shepherd Dogs have been adopted on Rescue Me!
|Oregon Anatolian Shepherd Dogs for Adoption|
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|Rescue Me ID: 16-01-28-00034Rocky (male)|
Four year old male Anatolian Shepherd. Described to be as very dear and loves indoors as well as outdoors too. No known issues and very people friendly too. Also gets along with other dogs, but has not been tested with cats. Fenced yard required. He also loves kids, but could accidently knock over young ones due to his size, so older kids only. Housebroken. Has to be adopted as a pet/family member, not a livestock guardian dog.
Nat'l Anatolian Shepherd Rescue Network
Benton County Oregon
|Rescue Me ID: 16-01-08-00401Ali Adell Archibald (female)|
Ali Adell is a presumed Anatolian/Pyrenees/Golden mix weighing in at 130 pounds of lovely! Not been a working dog- and would probably be content herding your small children or chihuahuas! She loves people-. Because of her breed she will have wanderlust so a secure fenced yard is the order order of the day. Potty trained, non destructive. She wil enjoy the sky, the grass, playing ball, going on rides in car- eager loader- but as well, will be happy at your feet relaxing for a movie. Currently in foster and ready for a new castle! Your first question should not be how much. If that is your question- DO NOT PRESS THE SEND BUTTON. Tell me about you! Your family, pets, home, yard, activities and expectations of your new big Dutchess. Ali Adell is currently keeping company with a lovely Rott and they are all full of playing together. (Less)
Josephine County Grants Pass, OR MAP IT!
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|PIease Read Before Adopting an Anatolian Shepherd in Oregon|
Anatolian Shepherd Dogs can make good pets in Oregon if they match your IifestyIe. The Anatolian Shepherd is a large breed with strong herding instincts. Anatolian Shepherds need strong leadership from their masters and are matched best with owners who have experience training dogs. An Anatolian Shepherd is a very loyal dog with strong protective instincts towards its loved ones. Anatolian Shepherds are wary of strangers and need to be introduced to new people. An Anatolian Shepherd is very friendly towards people he knows well. Anatolian Shepherds are caring towards children, but may not know their own strength and therefore need to be supervised around younger kids. A large fenced yard or farm environment is best for Anatolian Shepherds. Its ability to herd animals and protect the perimeter of a property makes the Anatolian Shepherd an excellent working dog.
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