Low Riding Crew Dogs

Ring Dog Rescue (RDR) is primarily a pit bull type dog rescue, but we are made up of dog lovers and that love includes all breeds.  Many of us share our hearts and homes with smaller dogs that are often more bossy and demanding than our pit bulls!  Because of this love of dogs RDR often rescues beagles, hounds, dachshunds, boston terriers, pugs, chihuahuas, pomeranians, chinese crested, schnauzers, etc. and we’ve finally decided to dedicate an area of RDR specifically to these dogs.  This division of RDR is called The Low Riding Crew and is in honor of our beloved Charley and Jaxx.  This page is where we will showcase these dogs for adoption, as they share their lives with us and our pit bulls!



Adoptables

Finlay

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Breed
Boxer / Sheep Dog / Mixed (medium coat)
Gender
Male
Age
Young
Size
Medium

Hi! My name is Finlay, and I love ALL the humans and dogs i've meet, and am fabulous with well behaved kids! I've never met any cats, but I'd probably love them too. I walk kinda funny because my front legs grew a bit wonky, but I can get around really well by myself! I struggle when going down more than about 5 steps at a time, but I have no problem chasing my foster siblings around the yard. I have excellent manners, and am REALLY good at waiting patiently in my crate while my foster mama's fixing my dinner.

I went to see a surgeon, but he said I don't need surgery. When I stop growing, I'll get a custom made front cart, so that I can go on long walks, hikes and adventures! The doc said it's possible that I may also need therapeutic medical treatment when I get older. My other requirement is that I'll need to live in a ranch-style or tri-level house with few steps to navigate.

Although I'm still young, I'm completely house trained! All that stuff above makes me sound really high maintenance, but I'm fully crate trained and am REALLY well behaved and very gentle.

Check out more photos of Finlay on Instagram by searching #finlaythefabulous, or view his YouTube playlist at  https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLBsARbl93WGqZI_wf80Cp5tQyGz3lUWfv .



If you are interested in adopting Finlay, please fill out an application today!

Adopt Finlay

Claire

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Breed
Beagle (short coat)
Gender
Female
Age
Adult
Size
Medium

Claire is as sweet as they come!  She is a little 30 pound beagle that is as happy as they come.  Any time you say her name her tail wags 90 miles an hour and she will roll over for a belly rub!  Claire is housebroken, crate trained, and walks well on a leash.  She enjoys the company of other dogs, but does like her food (a lot) so she needs to be fed separately.  Claire loves a soft bed and snuggling.  Are you the one for her?

If you are interested in adopting Claire, please fill out an application today!

Adopt Claire

Marge

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Breed
Hound (short coat)
Gender
Female
Age
Adult
Size
Medium

Marge is a beautifully shy hound dog that was rescued after her "owner" (that didn't even give her a name) dumped her at the shelter when he was done breeding her.  She has been with her foster family for several months as she was heartworm positive and had to undergo treatment.  Marge LOVES eating and hanging out in her crate, other dogs, and taking her morning walks.  She is still very shy and unsure with people, but she wants to trust and she will eventually get there.  Marge needs someone that will be gentle, patient, and not have any expectations of her.  In turn she is low maintenance and a companion to other dogs.  Marge simply needs a chance to know and experience love.

If you are interested in adopting Marge, please fill out an application today!

Adopt Marge

Rosie

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Breed
Hound (short coat)
Gender
Female
Age
Adult
Size
Medium

Rosie had a rough time before she found her way to Ring Dog Rescue.  She was adopted from a rural shelter where she got away from her adopter on the first day she was adopted and spent the next 9 months on the lam!  She was finally caught and brought back to the shelter where an RDR volunteer could not bear to leave her there.  Rosie has adjusted fabulously to living life on the inside!  She loves the couch (can you tell?), her crate, and her foster family (human and canine).  She is housebroken and a very quiet girl.  She would do best in a calm quiet home that will allow her to bloom into her full potential without a specific timeline and a lot of expectations.  In return she promises to love you unconditionally...a win win!

If you are interested in Rosie, complete an application today!

Adopt Rosie