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09/13/2019 - all of our organized projects are completed at this point.  We do still have work we are doing to finish out the builds and welcome any and all assistance, just email me to set up volunteer time.  Christy@DisplacedPetsRescue.com

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Your donations are what allows us to continue rescuing these little guys and we are working hard to extend the scope of our efforts all the time.  In today's economical environment that can be very difficult, but it is even more important.  We are totally donation funded so these continuing efforts needs your assistance.  No donation is to small and every penny will be put to the best use possible.


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We are a 501(c)(3) Non-profit Corporation so your donation is tax deductible. 

We do our best to keep our placement fees low.  The pricing you will find very depending on the age, health and Vet care involved with the rescue.  We attempt to recover our Vet funds so as to pass them on to the next needy fur-baby.  Our minimum placement fee is $150, the maximum we will charge will be $400, even when the vet bill is in the thousands, we will not ask more than $400.  We are a small organization with a limited donor base and no government or outside funding, we rely on adoption fees to support our mission.  All pets are Spay/Neutered, vet checked, current on vaccines, and micro chipped before leaving our care.  Additional donations are greatly appreciated.
We are a 501(c)(3) Non-profit Corporation so your donation is tax deductible.
Ages are generally an estimate.  Breed identified is very often "looks like" identification. 

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Adoption Application
The adoption application is required prior to setting up an appointment to meet the dogs.
Meetings are done by appointment only after a complete application is received and approved.  The application is a key part to the interview process so please give me thoughtful answers as yes/no responses may be eliminated for lack of detail.
christy@displacedpetsrescue.com

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We currently have quite a few dogs available so it may take a bit of time.




-Chicky-
Arrived 02//15/2019
Breed:  Terrier mix
Gender: Female
Age:  5 years
Weight:  9 lbs

 

Chicky is a special case.  She has received some pretty intense abuse in her past.   We are seeing a lot of improvement, but she still had a long way to go.  She is looking for a home without children or other pets.  She needs someone who has some knowledge and experience in working with abused and defensive aggressive dogs.  Every time we pass her we engage her with a treat and command.  She is, generally, allowing us to pick her up, but startles very easily.  We see so much potential there.  She really wants to be a loved and loving pet, and is working hard to get past her fears.  Chicky's placement will require multiple visits to ensure she knows the people she is going home with.  A new home must also be willing to continue training with an in -home behavioral trainer or have experience with defensive aggression abused dog training.



 




-Juno-
Arrived 06/15/2019
Breed:  Pomeranian
Gender: Male
Age:  approximately 6 years
Weight:  9 lbs

 

Juno would like to have a home without other dog competition.  He loves his people and can be a people guarder.  For this reason we are also looking for a home without young children.  He has not been bitie, just pushy, but that is behavior that needs someone who understands it and can control it porpoery.  He is a sweet fun little guy with a wonderful prance for a walk.  Juno is a silly guy who would thrive working with obedience training.


 




-Dorothy and Rose-
The Golden Girls
Arrived 07/30/2019
Breed:  Poodle
Gender: Female
Age:  approximately - Rose 16 years, Dorothy 18 years
Weight:  7lbd Dorothy; 8.5 lbs Rosie

 

Dorothy and Rose are senior girls that were surrendered in one of our Oregon shelters together with the loss of the mom and decline in health of their dad.  They were in pretty rough shape when they got to us and are doing great under the care of Adria.  The following notes are from Adira "Dorothy is very sweet, likes to be cuddled.  She is partially blind, but gets around very well.  She has a healthy appetite and knows exactly where her potty pads are.  She know how to go outside and potty on command.  She does not seem to have any health concerns other than the partial blindness and some old age mobility aches and pains.  Rosie who is a bit bigger and younger.  She is a lot more adventurous and enjoys wandering around the yard finding every water feature,  She has a great appetite and follows around the house.  she is going up and down the stairs and knows how to potty outside and does a pretty good job finding her potty pads."

09/15 update from Adria - "The golden girls are both adjusting to life as fosters and are doing great.  Dorothy, Goosie to me, is the slightly older girl, blind in one eye and toothless, gets around very well.  She eats well and continues to be in good health, other than a slight eye infection which we have her on meds for.  The doc guesses her to be around 14 rather than the initial shelter guess of 18.  she is super sweet and affectionate.  She doesn't mind going for car rides and walks on a leash pretty well.

Rose, sweetie as I call her, continues to be the adventurous one.  She enjoys wandering around the back yard and knows our routine very well.  She runs up and down the stair and trots around the house very well.   I would guess her to be 12 or 13, rather than the 16 year shelter guess.

Both are starting to look like real poodles now that their hair is coming in.  they are super fluffy and very cute.  The are both really sweet dogs and a joy to be around.  They get along with the other dogs very well and love to cuddle!"


 




-Midnight-
Arrived 08/10/2019
Breed:  Terrier mix
Gender: Male
Age:  Approximately 8 years
Weight:  8 lbs

 

Midnight is another slightly shy boy with a great under bite.  He is adjusting to us very well, gaining more confidence every day. He is a pretty affectionate dog, but doesn't settle long on a lap.  He seems to prefer four feet on the floor.  He does great on the leash.


 




-Moogie-
Arrived (returned) 09/20/2019
Placement Pending
Breed: Pomeranian
Gender: Male
Age:  approximately 8 years
Weight:  9 lbs

 

Sadly Moogie is back with us again. This little guy has so much great potential.  He has been badly abused and has some instinctive reactions that need someone who understands the behavior and/or is engaged with a behavior trainer to teach them.  He is such an adorable squishy looking little man that people just don't understand he has issues that need help.  Pets are OK he does well with the other dogs.  This last adopter was doing great with training and most of the domination issues, he even had him working in the water with a surfboard.  He was with them only a 6 weeks, which isn't even long enough to get through to an abused dog.  After refusing to engage with a behavior trainer they have returned him to us. 

Moogie has so much wonderful to him super sweet and playful.  I see him as 80% sweet 20% naughty.  Of course in a new environment, as he figures out what the requirement and structure is, that may seem to be backwards for just a bit.  The home we are seeking will have no children and they will be committed to being Moogie's forever home no matter what.  They need to have training skills (or close guidance by a qualified trainer) specific with dominate abused personalities.  He wants so much to be a sweet dog, but his dominate personality needs structure to overcome what has happened in the past.  We have not seen the issues here as we are very firm and structured with him.  He seems to have his issues in a environment that reminds him of the situation where he was abused.   He definitely tests the boundaries and response needs to happen right off the bat.  They were pretty successful with the "tethering" method where the dog is on the leash fastened to your belt so that he stays with you all the time.  this is a great method for getting that initial Alpha roles started out.  He needs a quite environment with lots of exercise.  He does not do well as a bed dog as this gives him a level of dominance.  He needs his safe crate den at night. 

OH - and of course he came back with one of those horrible clipper cuts.  Trust me - after 20 years in Poms this is one of the worst things you can do do a double coat.  Brush and trim only will allow the coat and skin to breathe.  Cutting like this will in no way keep a dog cooler.  It is actually letting more heat into their body because his insulation has been removed.



The below pictures were from Moogie when he first came to us.  These show his coat when it was just beginning to come back into health. 

Here is Moogie with his surfboard adventures.

 




-Trisha-
and her Wee Ones
Arrived 07/12/2019
Breed:  Terrier Mix
Gender: Female
Age:  approximately 4 years
Weight:  7.5 lbs

 

Trisha is an amazing momma.  Super sweet and affectionate.
Where we are taking applications on Trisha, she will not be going to her new home until the puppies are 12 weeks and she has been spay.

The Wee Ones
We have two boys.
Sadly we lost little girl Lilly to complications resulting from her cleft pallet.
DOB 07/10/2019 - the night before transport.
We will be accepting applications for these babies, but they will not go to their new homes until they are 6 months old, after they have been neutered. 


Champ
**Placement Pending**
Champ is the more quiet of the two.  He is showing definitely poodle traits with his curly coat.



 

Scout
Scout is more outgoing and seems to have a more terrier personality.  I suspect his coat will look much like his mommas.


 

We can be contacted at
Christy@DisplacedPetsRescue.com

Because of the huge number of calls we receive, we ask that you contact by phone in an urgent situation only.
 Email is the best way to reach me.
503-703-2923 PST (Oregon) between the hours of 10 AM to 6 PM
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   Humane Societies in the Portland area.  
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  PORTLAND / VANCOUVER

Clackamas County Animal Control (503) 655-8628
Columbia County Animal Control (503) 397-3935
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Marion County Dog Control (503) 588-5366
Multnomah County Animal Control (503)248-3066
Oregon Humane Society  (503) 285-7722
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Humane Society of Southwest Washington Vancouver (360) 693-4746
Washington County Animal Services at Bonnie Hayes (503) 846-7041

THE COLUMBIA GORGE

WASHUGAL, WA
West Columbia Gorge Humane Society
Cat Shelter Phone (360) 835-3464
Dog Shelter Phone (360) 335-0941
BINGEN

Bingen/White Salmon Police (509) 493-2660 or 493-1177
GOLDENDALE
Goldendale Animal Control (509) 773-3780
Klickitat County Sheriff  (509) 773-4545
HOOD RIVER
Hood River County Animal Shelter (541) 386-2711
Hukari Animal Shelter / H.R. County Shelter (541) 354-1083
Columbia Gorge Cat Rescue  (541) 386-2743
THE DALLES
Dead Dog Walking Pit Bull Rescue  (541) 993-3647
Home At Last Humane Society / Wasco County Animal Shelter (541) 296-5189
Wasco County Animal Control  (541) 296-5454
Rowena Wildlife Clinic  (541) 386-1162
STEVENSON
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