Beckham & Persia are bonded B&W Dals. They will need to be adopted together. They are brother (approx. age 4) and sister (approx. age 3). They were rescued the same day as Dasha.
Both Beck & Persia have been spayed/neutered post-rescue.
Persia has beautiful blue eyes (and NOT deaf) and weighs 67 pounds Beckham weighs 75 pounds (big boy)!
Both have been placed in foster care until adopted.
Both are shy at first but warm up after a short time (again due to their prior circumstances). Persia is the "alpha" and when you give attention to Beck she quickly intercedes with a gentle nudge! Beck is a big teddy bear of love and gentleness.
They will need to be adopted together, in a home with someone who is patient as they will need to learn basic training.
Gaudi is a beautiful boy, originally rescued by Save the Dals in 2011 (at age 2). Sadly one of his owners passed away (which was a stressful situation for Gaudi), and his other owner is physically incapable of taking care of him now. The family has reached out and asked us to re-home him. Gaudi is now 10 years old, but still very active so don't let his age deter you from considering this loving boy.
He is affectionate toward those he knows and trust, however, needs work on socialization when dealing with strangers coming into the home. His forever home would ideally be with an experienced dog owner. We are informed he has some food aggression, so we will not place him in a family with anyone under the age of 18.
We believe he prefers to be an only dog (but might possibly do well with a submissive female, although we cannot guarantee this).
Save the Dals will pay for getting Gaudi and his foster and/or adoptive family the assistance they need with additional training to address any concerns regarding his food aggression and becoming better socialized with strangers.
Louie is a sweet, neutered 4-5 y/o. His original owners failed to take care of him which resulted in chronic ear infections they failed to attend to, resulting in deafness. Louie is smart and will need training with at a minimum basic sign language for understanding (sit, stay, eat, etc.) and he will need to be properly equipped with a deaf dog collar as he, like any deafie, startles due to his hearing loss.
Louie's current owners rescued him from his horrible life, however, due to circumstances beyond their control, must now find him a new permanent home. Louie is currently in Sacramento but we have transport to Southern California.
Louie has food allergies and must be maintained on on Hills Prescription Diet Z/D. Also he must be an only dog.
His owners indicate that he is loving and affectionate. So if you are willing to work with a deafie with special needs (prescription diet and learning of sign language) Louie would be your BFF.
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