Available Dogs

Available Dogs

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Last Update 2.02.2023

*******A FEW MORE DOGS HAVE BEEN BROUGHT INTO RESCUE AND WILL BE POSTED SOON*******

Located in Fremont, WI.  My name is Honey, and I am a 7-month-old Lab/Schnauzer mix and weigh 40 pounds. I have been in my foster home for a couple of months now and have learned so much!

I am house and crate trained; I also know will come and sit when you call my name. I get along great with all of my foster brothers; 2 of them are big dogs, and 2 of them are little dogs. At night I love to sleep in bed with my foster Mom and Dad, and if I have to go potty at night, I will let you know. One of my favorite things to do is play outside with my foster Brother, I am super-fast and have a lot of energy! When I am in the house, I like to lie down and chew on bones. There is a cat at my foster home, and I am not too sure yet if I really like him and I chase him sometimes, but I listen when my Foster Mom and Dad tell me, “No” I have all of my vaccines and have been spayed so now all that I need is to find a family to call my own. If you want a cute scruffy dog like me to be part of your family, please call Mary at 262-800-3323.

Update from Foster 12.23.2022

The first time I saw her, I was swiping pictures of the dogs at Milwaukee Animal Control, and her scruffy face had me; it was an automatic “right swipe”. I usually go for little dogs that tend to be neurotic and bite ankles; Honey might be a little neurotic at times, but she is defiantly not little.

I somehow manipulated Mary from Northcentral Maltese Rescue to agree to save a 40-pound, 6-month-old Standard Schnauzer/Lab mix; yes, you read that right, Maltese Rescue. The people at animal control must have thought the “crazy dog lady” has finally lost her mind completely!

Our neighbors think my husband and I are crazy because they can hear us yelling, “Honey, No,” “Honey get in the house now,” “Honey get off the counter,” and “Honey, it’s time for bed now, lay down.”

Honey enjoys playing in the yard with her foster brother, and one is a 7-pound Doxie who thinks he’s a big dog, going on boat rides, swimming, playing in the snow, eating, chasing the cat for no reason whatsoever, and going through the drive-thru for ice cream, and did I say eating,? After a long day of playing and chasing, Honey loves jumping on the couch to snuggle while watching TV or a chick flick.

Honey is an excellent guard dog in that she is happy to alert me every time Amazon orders deliver… which also alerts my husband.

Honey is currently being fostered in Fremont, Wisconsin has been thoroughly vetted, including up-to-date on her vaccines, and has been spayed. Honey is house-trained, crate trained, sits on command, and is working very hard to walk nicely on a leash and not pull. If you think you would like a little Honey in your life, please call Mary at 262-800-3323.

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Bailey is 11-pound and 4 years old.   He was rescued from a hoarding situation with 8 other dogs. He would be great in a home without other dogs and where someone is often home.  He is still a little shy around new people, but he is very sweet.

He is crate trained; he loves his crate; it is his safe place when he is tired or nervous. He does go outside to potty, but if you don’t catch him while he’s at the door, he may have an accident. He loves to go for walks and play ball.  Bailey also enjoys a nice scratching but doesn’t care for his back legs to be touched.

Mr. Bailey comes thoroughly vetted, updated on all his shots, had a dental in November of this year, and is microchipped.

He is a wonderful dog. Would be great in a house where it is very relaxed. He is a very mellow dog and likes to nap. He loves to   Bailey tends to get nervous around a lot of noise and commotion.

I can’t say this enough about how sweet Baily is.  He would be a great companion for a couple or a single person.  Please call Mary at 262-800-9820

Northcentral Maltese Rescue is operating with volunteers and does not return phone calls.   Please call Mary back if you do not reach her immediately.    

By the time our dogs are ready for adoption, our foster parents have had time to evaluate them and determine their needs for a new home. We have created an Adoption Process that will ensure a smooth and safe transition from our rescue to your family. Our number one priority is to make sure our Maltese go to the best possible forever home.