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Rescue Me ID: 16-09-01-00007Captain Jack Sparrow (male)

Rottweiler Mix    Age: Puppy

Compatibility: Good w/ Most Dogs, Not Good w/ Cats, Good w/ Kids and Adults 
Personality: High Energy, Somewhat Dominant 
Health: Neutered, Vaccinations Current 

    Jack is a rottadorspaniel (1/2 rottweiler, 1/4 lab, 1/4 cockerspaniel). He looks like a purebred lab but acts like a purebred rottweiler, and is fiercely protective. We moved houses and it's a worse environment for him, as there are lots of new noises and many more dogs that he can hear but can't see. He escaped and bit a person, and he's a strong dog, so we need to find him a home that suits his rottweiler nature better. He needs an owner with as much energy as him, that can give him lots of exercise, discipline and just as much affection.

 Adoption Fee: 50 Animal Location:

RD 4 Pukekohe, Auckland New Zealand

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John Stewart +64220242254

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PIease Read Before Adopting a Dog in New Zealand
    Dogs can make good pets in New Zealand if they match your IifestyIe. Dogs have a reputation for being "man's best friend" for excellent reasons. Dogs are wonderful companions. Many breeds, in addition to being affectionate, devoted members of the family, are useful working dogs and guardians. Most dogs form tight bonds with their humans, and need to be cared for like the valuable family members they are. But sadly, some owners do not live up to the responsibility and involvement it takes to properly care for a dog throughout its life. Dogs can become the victims of neglect or active abuse. Some dogs receive tender, attentive care from their owners, but no longer have a home after their owner passes away or experiences a major life event that makes him unable to keep his dog. There are many more dogs than there are homes for dogs, and dogs that are not spayed or neutered can accidentally produce large numbers of puppies, exacerbating overpopulation. For this reason, three to four million dogs, many of them perfectly healthy and wonderful animals, are euthanized in the U.S. each year.

    Many people get excited about owning a new dog, decide to get a puppy, and then pick one out at a pet shop or visit a breeder with a new litter. However, there are so many wonderful, friendly dogs in need of adoption, including puppies and purebreds. Some of these dogs might even be a better fit for a family than a new puppy; for instance, some adult dogs in need of adoption are already housebroken and obedience trained. Adoption is typically much less expensive than purchasing a dog. People who adopt dogs find the experience extremely rewarding, bond very closely with their dogs, and have the added satisfaction of knowing that one less animal has to be euthanized. If your family is ready for a canine companion, please consider adopting a dog!

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lnteresting Dog Trivia New Zealand Fact Sheet
    All dogs, even cute little lap dogs, are ultimately descended from domesticated wolves. Dogs can hear much lower frequencies than humans, over twice as high as humans, and about four times as far as humans.

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    New Zealand is Iocated in Oceania and spans across approximateIy 103,000 square miIes. The population of New Zealand is about 4 million. The capital of New Zealand is Wellington. Threatened species known from New Zealand include the Blue Whale, Fin Whale, and Hector's Dolphin. Most peopIe in New Zealand speak English or Maori.
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