Encore Enrichment Center for Dogs is SO happy when a dog gets adopted after our training.
Ellie came in shy but warmed up quickly She sometimes guarded toys, and was a bit snappy a few times at first. She was adopted in January of 2018 from the League for Animal Welfare.
Colonel came in jumping. He needed leash work, but loved people & toys. He was adopted on January 6, 2018 from Petsmart through Cheaha Regional Humane Society.
Romeo came in gentle. He loved toys and was good with having his wounds cared for. He was adopted on January 6, 2018 from Petsmart through Cheaha Regional Humane Society.
Lauren came in loving to jump. She was very mouthy. She took to nose work well and loved balls. She was also good with wellness checks. She was rescued in March of 2018 through Cheaha Regional Humane Society.
Feisty came in energetic. She liked to jump and was mouthy. She needed training on leash walking and learning sit. She was great with nose work. She also loved toys & dogs. She learned to sit, but got distracted easily. She was adopted on August 2, 2018 from the League for Animal Welfare.
Emma came and was only here for two days before being adopted. In her time here she was friendly and full of energy. She was adopted on March 9, 2018 from Cheaha Regional Humane Society.
Brady came in calm, easy going, and good on a leash. He did know how to sit but arthritis kept him from doing so easily. he also was familiar with being in a kennel. He was adopted April 8, 2018 by Susie’s Sr dog rescue through Calhoun County Humane Society.
Ace came in shy. He liked petting, but not toys. He jumped some and tended to pull on leashes, but was easy going and eager to learn. He was rescued on March 10, 2018 by Northern Rescue through Calhoun County Humane Society.
Perry Carter came a little hesitant at being handled. He liked toys and LOVED balls. He pulled with the leash, but steadily improved and learned how to sit. He was rescued on March 28, 2018 by Animal Haven NY through Calhoun County Humane Society.
Siri came in as a playful puppy and was adopted in January of 2018 through the League for Animal Welfare.
Zeb came in as a playful puppy and was adopted in January of 2018 through the League for Animal Welfare.
Beans came in friendly. He liked to jump some and loved being petted. He tended to pull on a leash, but learned well and became a champ at sit. He still had a tendency to snatch treats, but was improving. He was rescued on March 28, 2018 by Animal Haven NY through Calhoun County Humane Society.
Amos came knowing how to sit. He did pull on his leash and tended to be mouthy and jump. he was very friendly after he got to know who you were. He made good progress and by the second week would only jump when getting a treat. He was rescued on June 9, 2018 through Calhoun County Humane Society.
Betty came in jumping a lot. She needed work on leash walking. She was very friendly, but didn’t like all dogs. She was easily excited and over active. She was a great learner with nose work and quickly learned how to sit. She was rescued on June 9, 2018 through Calhoun County Humane Society.
Zeus came needing work on jumping, leash walking, and sitting. He seemed friendly, goofy, and eager to learn. He learned to wait at doors, “here”, sit, and leash walking. He liked all toys and was interested in nose work. He was rescued June 9, 2018 through Calhoun County Humane Society.
Asuka came in here for photos and evaluation. She knew how to sit and retrieves balls. She didn’t jump. We worked on leash walking. She was adopted May 4, 2018 from the League for Animal Welfare.
Peanut came in unfriendly at first, but did warm up. He guarded his crate and toys. He also tended to pull on his leash and jumped a lot. He growled at first and had an aggressive bark with new people. As he improved he started to like one particular toy. He was rescued on June 9, 2018 through Calhoun County Humane Society.
Phillip came in a bit jumpy and loved toys and balls He was adopted on January 27, 2018 through Cheaha Regional Humane Society.
Darla was easily excitable. She would jump then would sit for attention. She loved toys and to retrieve them. She also loved being around other dogs. She needed minor leash corrections, but certainly improved. She was adopted March 24, 2018 from Calhoun County Humane Society.
Willow – 6 month old puppy who with long floppy ears, and a floppy body – she didn’t know how to leash walk so she would flop down and roll over instead of walking! Friendly, calm and easy going. Willow was the sweetest. She was very shy, but interested in toys and balls. She was good being leashed walked and being in a crate. By the second week she was far more outgoing. She was rescued in January of 2018 by an organization in Florida through Calhoun County Humane Society.
Mystique was a high energy female pit bull mix, very outgoing and loved people! She was brave – she even went down the slide on the play yard. Initially pulled hard on the leash but was a quick learner and got very good at loose leash walking. Wanted to please. She was rescued June 9, 2018 by a rescue through the Calhoun County Humane Society.
Tinker was a four month old terrier mix, cute female who loved to pal around with her friend, Sugar. Tink was very smart; she didn’t know sit when she first came in but learned quickly. Also got leash walking quickly. Was adopted but returned, but then found her forever home on September 7, 2018.
Mischief came in with several brothers and sisters, an abandoned litter. She was the last of the litter to be adopted. She was a sweet lab/hound/shepherd/husky mix. Easy going and loved people. She was about 8 months old when adopted on October 23, 2018 from the League for Animal Welfare.
Sweet Sugar came in about four or five months old. She was a collie/lab/hound mix with green eyes. She was pals with Tinker even though she was much larger. Got adopted by a family visiting here from California, so she is a CA dog now.
Sudz came in a great 2 year old male Chihuahua/Jack Russell Terrier mix. Weighed about 12 lbs. He was a stray found coated in oil on Noble Street in Anniston. His name came from all the suds needed to clean him off! He was a friendly dog and very quick learner. Did fantastic during his introduction to nose work. He loved affection and was curious. He needed to get used to a collar and leash. Sudz was adopted August 11, 2018 from the League for Animal Welfare.
Chestnut came in a quiet female Chihuahua/Italian greyhound/miniature pinscher mix, about four years old, black and tan. Came in with her two puppies (no names, Pup 1 and Pup 2). Chestnut was pleasant and enjoyed affection. Was only with EEC for a few days, along with her puppies, to get evaluated and phtotographed. She was adopted from the League for Animal Welfare July 20, 2018.
Pup 1 was a super cute brindle colored eight or nine week old puppy, with beautiful markings and typical puppy curiosity. She was adopted July 17, 2018 from the League for Animal Welfare.
Pup 2 was an equally cute black with some brindle markings puppy, sister to Pup 1. She was adopted July 16, 2018 from the League for Animal Welfare.
Gunter – Lemon and white beagle Gunter was a chunky boy at 40 lbs. He was around 3 years old and had that distinctive beagle bay kind of bark. He was easy going and not high energy. He loves people and treats. He and kennel mate Fancy became fast friends and loved to run around together in the play yard. He was picked up by a beagle rescue 9/7/18.
Lucy came in a 60+ lbs beagle/yellow lab mix, female, about 2-3 years old. Lucy needed a special home where she could be with people and not left alone in the back yard, as she proved she could escape by climbing over a fence. She was an amazing dog with a wonderful personality who love, love loved everybody she met. She was the only dog we worked with at EEC who did so much nose work that we put her on birch odor and took her to an Odor Recognition Test in Heflin, AL on September 9, which she passed with flying colors! She needed work walking nicely on leash and not jumping, and got much better over time with that. Lucy was adopted September 19, 2018.
Jack came in a male Jack Russell terrier mix, one and a half years old, whirlwind of energy. Just under 20 lbs. A little dog in a big world, Jack tended to jump up on people and things just so he could see what was going on. He was so very smart – learned to walk great on a leash, and sit, and roll over (at least half way). He needed an experienced owner to help guide him back to good behavior if he started to slip away from it, and he was so worth it – friendly, great with other dogs, and over the top handsome. He was adopted by a professional dog trainer in TN October 31, 2018.
Wiggles came in a cute five month old male puppy, a mix of lab, terrier and possibly Carolina Dog. He was friendly and very treat motivated. He didn’t know much about leash walking so we helped him with that. He was adopted from the League for Animal Welfare July 27, 2018.
More dogs to come.
More dogs to come.