Margot is a fawn female, about 4 years old. She was picked up as a stray about a year ago, and was so malnourished that we initially couldn't tell whether she was brindle or fawn. Margot was nursed back to health over the last year by her foster family. She is a very sweet girl, but cannot be allowed to be in a home with (or allowed near) cats.
Margot is in the right in the last picture. As you can see she gets along well with our other dogs, even our 2 small terriers. She is a bully when it comes to food, but not aggressive. She does not seem to like cats. She is also fine with our toddler. She is very loving and tries to get on anyone's lap who is sitting nearby. She is a leaner!
We have had for almost a year, as we nursed her back to health and put weight back on this beautiful girl. She seems to have a difficult time getting up and down, but we have had her hips and legs checked out and our vet said there are no issues.
She needs a home with lots of love and attention. She did react very strangely when one of my children came home in camouflage. Her hair stood up then she backed away with her tail between her legs. This is the only time we have seen this behavior and we suspect she may have been abused by someone wearing camouflage before she can to live with us. Poor girl!
Hello! My name is Thor. I'm a 2 year old English Mastiff and I am currently pushing 130 pounds. I'm a bit underweight but I'm doing much better then I was at the end of January. This is when my foster family saved me! They've put some weight on me and they give me lots of treats. The vet said I'm as healthy as they come, so that's great news!
I'm a lapdog, I know you think "No way!" But I promise you I will find a way to sleep on you! I love to be pet and if all you do is sit there and pet me all day, we will be fast friends!
I'm nervous around new dogs especially if they are big like me but I've warmed up to my foster brother who is a German Shepard! We're the best of buds and I don't mind him taking my bone right out of my mouth. We eat right next to each other and if he sneaks a bite out of my bowl, I let him. The closest I've been to a cat is at the vet and I really just wanted to sniff him but my foster mom wouldn't let me for very long so I just laid there and watched him from afar. I don't know how I would be if there was a cat in my home though!
I like sleeping on the couch and I'll take over your bed if you let me. They're trying to break my habit of jumping on the couch and it's been working for about 2 weeks now but I still try and test it from time to time.
I came to my foster home and the only thing I knew is shake.. I've spent a good amount of time learning my basic commands; sit, down, stay and walking on a leash. I'm doing pretty good! They've also taught me to sit and wait for my food because I get very excited to eat! I wait patiently for the okay to eat out of my slow feed bowl!
There's 3 little humans in this house and while I love them to pieces and I'm usually pretty good to them, I don't mind running them over from time to time to get where I want to go. They hug on me and play all over me and I'm pretty patient with them. I'd prefer a house where I didn't have to worry about running over children though!
I'm a great dog especially considering where I've come from and I'd make the perfect Mastiff for your home! If you have any question, my foster mom will be happy to answer them for you!