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SPECIAL NEEDS The following pets are available for adoption as of March 10, 2019 (unless otherwise noted) Each dog listed below has been in rescue for an extended period of time and do have special needs, which will be listed. They will only be adopted into homes that understand their special needs and are willing to physcially, mentally and financially be able to continue to care and love them forever.

Bouillon

1 year old • Male Hearing impaired Super sassy and always looking for his next big adventure. Bouillon is one of the happiest puppies you will ever meet. Tallest of the group and very handsome and friendly.

Cracklin

1 year old • Male Full vision and hearing impairment. Eyes need daily drops.  Cracklin is always up for snuggles and kisses. His impairments do not slow him down in the slightest. Eager to please and will follow you everywhere. Cracklin just has the sweetest and most loving personality and loves to snuggle up in your neck.

Crawfish

1 year old • Male Partial hearing impairment, partial vision impairment. Eyes need daily drops. Crawfish is our independent guy with a slight shy side. Loves his siblings, kitties and loads of playtime and snuggles. Crawfish has no idea he cannot hear great and that does not stop him from enjoying life to the fullest.

Rusty

1 year old • Male Rusty is our special needs pup that has overcome quite a bit. Never expected to walk after abuse, Rusty has proved all the doctors wrong and runs, plays, and even jumps on the couch. He just does it a little different and with a twist. Rusty is good with other dogs, no cats, and older children. Rusty loves loads of attention.

Ernie

Australian Shepherd • 5 year old Male I am what is referred to as a “double merle” Aussie, which basically means I am EXTRA special! I can only see with one of my eyes and have OK hearing, but I don’t let this slow me down! Before coming to AAMAR I was living on a farm so I am still learning inside manners and need a home with no cats. I do well with other dogs and my foster mom thinks that I would do fine with kids.
Restrictions: NO

Sandy

Anatolian Shepherd/Great Pyrenees 7 year old • Female • Deaf Location: In need of foster home Sandy is a great girl who prefers to have her person to herself. She prefers a quiet calmer home without children where she can be the queen she believes she is. She loves to be loved on and can be playful. Sandy just wants her forever home and lots of love.

Sandy

Anatolian Shepherd/Great Pyrenees 8 year old • Female • Deaf Location: In need of foster home Sandy is a great girl who prefers to have her person to herself. She prefers a quiet calmer home without children where she can be the queen she believes she is. She loves to be loved on and can be playful. Sandy just wants her forever home and lots of love.

Sissy

Labrador/Shepherd Mix 3 year • Female Sissy is a shy and will benefit from a home that is not hectic and a family that will be patient and let her settle in. She is sweet would make a nice family dog. A fenced yard is mandatory. Sissy and Forrest are a bonded pair and need to be adopted together.

Forrest

Labrador/Shepherd Mix 3 year old Male Forrest is our shy guy. He will take time to warm up and feel comfortable in a new home. Due to his level of timidness, Forrest would do better in a quiet household and a securely fenced yard will be mandatory. Sissy and Forrest are a bonded pair and need to be adopted together.

Leo

Border Collie/Heeler Mix 4 year old • Male Leo returns back to Aussie And Me after his adopters had a life changing event. Leo is shy to meet new people but loves to have his person. Great with other dogs, older children and cats. Leo would like a quieter home where he is not expected to have an active life outside the home. 

Gracie 

Australian Shepherd 6 year old • Female Gracie is one of the nicest dogs you will meet. She is somewhat shy and needs time to get to know you as well as other dogs. She would love all your attention, loves to play and run. Gracie will make a wonderful companion dog to a quieter home with low foot traffic.
Restrictions: NO
ReeCee Blue Heeler 4  year old • Female ReeCee is true to her breed; loyal to her owner, high drive and needs plenty of exercise on a daily basis - both physically and mentally. ReeCee is for an experienced owner who will continue with training, love and consistency. Single dog home.

Royce

Australian Shepherd Male • 5 years old Royce has lost his vision to genetic cataracts and it has made him more nervous in new situations and people. He must be properly introduced slowly so he can feel safe but would be best as a home body. He is good with adults and do not recommend children.
Special Needs: Blind
Restrictions: NO

Skipper

Australian Shepherd 6 year Male Location: Huntsville, AL Skipper has been used to being a one-man dog and living outside. His owner passed away and Skipper found himself in the shelter. He is fearful when meeting new people and will act out. He will need a home that is one person and patient. Skipper will require ongoing training.

Teddy

Australian Shepherd 5 year old • Male Teddy has come back to rescue due to some new behavioral issues from fear that we are now working on to correct. Teddy will be best in a quieter home with strong leadership skills. No children and a fenced yard is a must. Teddy will do best as an only dog or in a home with a submissive female dog.
Restrictions: NO
Restrictions: NO

Potsie

Black Labrador Retriever Male • 3 year old Potsie is a sweet and goofy dog, is head strong but is so much of a love. He is dog selective and would be best in a single dog home. Potsie does have hip dysplasia and requires monthly medications and needs continued exercise.. Potsie will make a fantastic companion dog for a single person or couple without children.