Available Dogs

Dogs Waiting For Adoption

 . Barli .
 . Barli .
  • Rottweiler
  • Spayed/Neutered
  • Up-to-date with routine shots
  • Prefers home without catsPrefers home without small kids
Barli 4 years old, approx 105 lbs with full tail, very sweet and friendly, loves to go on car rides, hiking, playing in water. He gets along with most dogs with proper introduction. I wouldn't recommend small dogs or kids since Barli likes to play rough at times. He would benefit from additional training, he does know a few commands, he's crate trained and housebroken. He listens well and is easy to train. Barli is neutered, up to date on his shots and microchipped. He is located in southern California. Please contact us if you are interested in adopting, or even fostering, one of our dogs. We are a federal non-profit rescue. We do require a completed application and a home visit prior to adopting. Please go to our website at www.theheartofrescue.org to complete an application or call 541-782-THOR (8467).
Young, Male, Large
 . Nena .
 . Nena .  . Nena .  . Nena .  . Nena .
  • Rottweiler
  • Spayed/Neutered
  • Up-to-date with routine shots
Nena is a super sweet loving young lady. She is approximately 3 years old. Happiest sitting next to you on the couch soaking up pets and giving kisses. Nena is spayed, up to date on vaccines and microchipped. If interested in meeting Nena please submit an application at the website to follow. Please contact us if you are interested in adopting, or even fostering, one of our dogs. We are a federal non-profit rescue. We do require a completed application and a home visit prior to adopting. Please go to our website at www.theheartofrescue.org to submit an application or call 541-782-THOR (8467) for more information.
Young, Female, Large
 . Myrna .
 . Myrna .  . Myrna .  . Myrna .
  • Rottweiler
  • Spayed/Neutered
  • Up-to-date with routine shots
Myrna is a 3.5 to 4 yo purebred German style Rottie, 95-100 pounds. She was from the Ventura County Animal Shelter 2 years ago. She was found alongside a highway with a large male Pitt Bull. She is spayed, up to date on shots, microchipped and no history of health problems. Myrna walks nicely on a leash, knows her basic commands and also shakes. She's a big love bug, rolls over for tummy rubs whenever she can. She is sweet, affectionate, smart, obedient and submissive to people and other dogs. She plays fetch and releases a toy easily. She doesn't guard food or toys, prior owner could remove her bowl in the middle of a meal, no growling. Until recently, the household mini poodle stole her first couple of kibbles at every meal, she didn't mind. She is easy at the vet, no need for a muzzle, no growling. She does have a physical style of play. At the dog park because she likes to chase other dogs and tackle them just for fun. She wasn't being aggressive at all, even the trainer at the park recognized she just meant to play. She really doesn't play more rough than some other dogs, but she's so much bigger that, well, she just ends up being more rough. She doesn't understand she's too big to play like that. Also, don't try to correct her with a spray bottle. She thinks water spray is the best toy ever. She jumps at the stream of water and chomps at it. Doesn't try to chomp the bottle or the person, but ... it's a lot of big shiny excited playful airborne teeth heading your way. At home with her pack (a smaller Rottie, mini poodle and schnorkie, all neutered boys) she is not as excited as at the dog park. She and the Rottie boy play well together, chasing each other, mouthing gently. No tackling. Usually the male mouths her face, and she lays down, rolls over and paws him in response. In the past month, she has become increasingly aggressive toward the small dogs. Unsure of reason and now have had to keep her separated from them at all times, she has become so dangerous. Given a chance, she will lunge for them. Two months ago she was fabulous. She participated in a fundraiser walk for a local rescue, she won the costume contest. There were lots of small dogs present, no problem. She can not live with small animals anymore. She would be fine as an only dog, or with a big boy. I don't have kids, can't say how she' d be living with them. She is excitable, so maybe noisy young kids wouldn't be good for her. Please contact us if you are interested in adopting, or even fostering, one of our dogs. We are a federal non-profit rescue. We do require a completed application and a home visit prior to adopting. Please go to our website at www.theheartofrescue.org to complete an application or call 541-782-THOR (8467).
Adult, Female, Large
 . Erica .
 . Erica .  . Erica .
  • Chihuahua
  • Spayed/Neutered
  • Up-to-date with routine shots
Erica aka Bailey is a typical energetic 25 pound puppy.  She gets along well with other dogs her size and kids (has not been around cats or young children).  Knows to sit and will come for treats.  Ready for more one on one training.  LOVES belly rubs.  Doing well with potty training and crating. Her favorite past times are eating lots (cause she is growing), playing hard, sleeping often and you know the rest.... Erica will be neutered, vaccinated up to date, and microchipped prior to going to her forever home. We are currently accepting applications and deposits for her. Please contact us if you are interested in adopting, or even fostering, one of our dogs. We are a federal non-profit rescue. We do require a completed application and a home visit prior to adopting. Please go to our website at www.theheartofrescue.org to complete an application or call 541-782-THOR (8467).
Baby, Female, Small
 . Elliott .
 . Elliott .  . Elliott .
  • Chihuahua
  • Spayed/Neutered
  • Up-to-date with routine shots
Elliott is a typical little puppy. He favorite past times are eating lots (cause he is growing), playing hard, sleeping often and you know the rest.... Elliot neutered, up to date on vaccines and microchipped. Please contact us if you are interested in adopting, or even fostering, one of our dogs. We are a federal non-profit rescue. We do require a completed application and a home visit prior to adopting. Please go to our website at www.theheartofrescue.org to complete an application or call 541-782-THOR (8467).
Baby, Male, Small
 . Monty .
 . Monty .  . Monty .  . Monty .
  • Rottweiler
  • Spayed/Neutered
  • Up-to-date with routine shots
Monty is a 6 yr 105 lb very healthy Rottweiler. He is shy at first but very loving once he gets to know you. He is very loyal and loves to fetch his toy pig. most of the time he will bring it back but doesn't care to give it up. But ask him to sit and he will give it up for more fetching. He is very food driven. He loves to go for walks and walks on a leash very well. He sits, comes, stays, go lay down, shakes, high fives, down very well. he listens very well. He has been an inside dog for the past 3 years and never chews on or gets into anything. He never makes mistakes in the house, he can hold everything for a very long time. He not a fan of the vacuum and will want to go to a room that it isn't been used in. He's also not a fan of the hose outside. He doesn't' have a problem with it until its turned on, then he will run away. He's good with other dogs if introduced properly. Not sure about cats. Monty is the kind of dog that kids can lay on and he doesn't mind. He loves to get pets and rubs and his hair brushed. He has been neutered, vaccinated, dewormed, and microchipped. Monty is located in the Portland-area. Please contact us if you are interested in adopting, or even fostering, one of our dogs. To expedite adopting, please complete our online application under the “Adoption Process” tab at www.theheartofrescue.com before calling. 541-782-THOR (8467)
Adult, Male, Large