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 Post subject: EAPL Is Looking for (3) Large Dog Foster Homes - Just 1 left
Post Posted: May 19, 2019 12:17 pm 
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EAPL is searching for a few big dog foster homes. A couple of our bigger dogs lost their foster homes due to no fault of their own just due to circumstances!

Can you foster a fur kiddo or do you know someone looking for a great BIG dog to foster or adopt? Please contact us at and let us know which one of our large kiddos stole your heart!

She is still in need! Please spread the word... Maggie - OMG she is just a precious 70 package of luv muffin. She is a mastiff maybe with lab or black mouth cur mix (best guesstimate of breed mix). She is about 15-18 months old and still very puppyish. This girl can clear a 5' fence, so a secure yard or someone able to work with her on a fence + electric collar EAPL is willing to invest in a recall collar to make her more adoptable and SAFE so she does not get out and hurt! In her old foster home she considered it almost a game to clear the fence and get to the front door before her foster mom OMG! Her foster family is moving so they cannot foster her any more so we had to move her into boarding. She does good in play groups with dogs her own size. She can have a prey drive so no kitties and due to her LARGE size smaller dogs might be too little for her. She does value her food so until everyone knows everyone feed her separately she does not like to share. She has graduated with HIGH praise and marks from the prison training program so she knows her commands! She would make a great active hiking, running, playing partner! She loves her training mind activity games too! She loves bully sticks and peanut butter lol

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He has found his forever home! Maverick - This boy is a show stopper! He is also around 70+ pounds of all boy lap loving snuggle teddy bear! He is about 3 yrs old a Great Pyrenees / Saint Bernard mix. He is housebroken, kennel trained. He is a sweet and very handsome boy. Loves running in the yard. Plays fine with the puppy. He slept in his kennel all night no problems. He can't be trusted around cats or chickens although there have been no "incidents." He does have a prey drive. He is very allergic to bees so no hole/yards with a lot of flowering plants please for his safely! He is very well trained and he loves car rides. However he is a fence jumper as we found out when a flock of turkeys walked by his foster's home and he cleared the fence 5' so they activated the electric fence and trained him to it and he stopped doing it so he can be on a fence/electric fence (double and be safe). He does have a bit of food aggression so feeding separately is a must for him too! A female large dog would be a great companion for him or as your companion he would be fine! He lost his foster home as the resident foster male pug had a stroke and they need to care for him. Maverick seems to sense the little one is not right.

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He has found his forever home! Marshall is PHENOMENAL. He is very social and friendly and good natured. He has already learned quite a few commands and his personality is winning. He hasn't bothered our cats (in his foster home), crate-trained, and housebroken. He does value his food so until everyone knows everyone feed him separately he does not like to share. Older children will be best for Marshall as he can be food grabby. He is about 9 mo and about 50 lbs. The vet believes that he is some type of terrier mix. The transferring shelter said he was an Irish Wolfhound mix BUT our local vet does not believe so. Marshall was picked up as a stray and brought into the shelter by the public and no one claimed him. Due to his injury he was released to rescue as he needed medical care in a timely manner. His front left leg was broken at some point months ago. Unfortunately due to the age of the injury (the shelter believes someone kicked him or dropped him as a puppy and broke his leg and never got it taken care of), two orthopedic surgeons have said it cannot be repaired at this point. It has been checked to see how the bone does as he grows and he is healing good. It does not give him any pain. Marshall may never be a 14er climber, backcountry snowshoe or skier but he will be a wonderful shorter hiking, walking, exploring, loving companion, friend, snuggle dog for the rest of his life. He was placed but it is not working out in his adoptive home - unfortunately his foster home is not open to take him back so we need to find a new foster for him...

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In memory to all my pound dogs, I loved you dearly. To Timmy and Tawnee my current pound dogs, I get richer everyday with you in my life.

“No matter how little money and how few possessions you own, having a dog makes you rich” by Louis Sabin

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