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Auzzi
Auzzi is a big, fun boy who is too active for his senior owners! He’s only 16 months old, neutered, and 66 pounds. He’s house trained, plays well with other dogs and people, lives with 6 feral cats and 2 dogs, and is in great health. Aussie is in Sacramento. Application required
Contact: Kim at kim@norcalaussierescue.com

***ADOPTED 12/18***

Maggie NCAR #912
Maggie will turn 10 years old on October 17, 2016. She's a 26 pound Mini Red Merle who we rehomed last year, but her adopter fell ill and so she's back with us.

She crates easily, loves belly rubs from anyone and would love to be an only dog, but could live with another passive dog. All she needs is a nicely fenced yard and a person to give her belly rubs. SHE CAN NOT BE OFF LEASH IN OPEN SPACE.

We found her wandering in Sacramento and she jumped into our car. After doing research on her microchip, I learned she had been bounced from home to home before landing at the Sanctuary. She really likes the security of a car, a crate or a sofa! She would do well in a small home or duplex with access to a fenced back yard. Very low activity level. Fostered in Grass Valley.

Contact: Kim at kim@norcalaussierescue.com

***ADOPTED 12/23***

Layne NCAR # 1020
Layne's family fell on hard times and couldn't afford to take him to the vet; so they asked us to take him so he could live a better life. We hope to make that happen.

Layne is 8 years old and had his front leg and shoulder amputated as a puppy when he came into a shelter in Texas. We took him to our vet who diagnosed him with severe arthritis and lick granulomas all over his body either from nerves or pain. He was also flea infested and had chewed most of his fur off his hind end. He received full treatment from our vet, including X Rays, blood work, all his shots and medication for his arthritis and his lick granulomas.

We are happy to invest $$$$ in this sweet, fun boy! Layne would do best having a large yard, one story home with just a few steps, and is not a candidate for leash walks as he has to hop. Layne is healthy and playful and ready for a home of his own. He can live with cats. Fostered in Grass Valley.
Contact: Kim at kim@norcalaussierescue.com

***ADOPTED 12/24***

Dingo NCAR #1018
Dingo is a 9 year old, 60 pound, bouncy blue merle boy who we just neutered. He has calmed down a bit and runs for the ball and engages with the other dogs here. He likes all people.

He had no fenced yard in his previous home, so was tied out. He slept in a crate at night in the garage. He was walked twice a day with a prong collar and retractable leash. He had no formal obedience training. Dingo is a very nice boy who I've taken hiking off leash - and I kept him close so he didn't get focused on things in the distance! Dingo is happy and reliable around all people/children. Dingo lived with a cat.
Fostered in Grass Valley.
Contact: Kim at kim@norcalaussierescue.com

***ADOPTED 12/23***
`Quincy Quincy NCAR #1043
Quincy lives in Grass Valley and goes on hikes and care rides daily. He'll start agility classes with us in January.

Quincy is a 10 month old, black tri Miniature Aussie. Quincy was turned into the Sutter County shelter by his owners who were having trouble managing him. They bought him and his sister from a breeder and have two older, large dogs at home. He is food aggressive around other dogs and they were in over their heads!

Quincy is housebroken, slept on his owners bed next to his mini sister, and sometimes squabbled with his sister over toys and food. He also is a bit hard headed, so owners used to pick him up to keep him out of trouble—which he didn't like. I spoke with owners a long time and understand how he was raised and I think an experienced herding dog person can help Quincy become a more tolerant, fun-loving boy who isn't trying to rule the roost. Fostered in Grass Valley.

Contact: Kim at kim@norcalaussierescue.com

***ADOPTED***

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