Cher Car Kennels is not a "rescue" organization, but feel strongly that it is our responsibility to find good homes for any dog that we breed or sell. If one of our buyers experiences life-altering circumstances, we always take our dogs back and keep them until a suitable place is found for them.Occasionally our older dogs, both male and females, may be available to a good retirement home. Sometimes too, a good dog finds itself in a bad situation, so we are often contacted to help rescue, rehab and rehome dogs that simply need a little training or tender loving care.Adoption fees are usually restricted to just the costs needed for neutering or similar.
"TITAN" is looking for a comfy retirement home. He is a Dutch Shepherd born on 11/11/11 who has just now been neutered. He is up to date on Rabies and heartworm. He is very gentle on leash, and doesn't pull or drag. I would keep him, but it's hard on him to be around intact females. He is not aggressive with other dogs in the traditional sense, but he does consider any other dog as a breeding prospect. He would be great as an only dog for a farm owning senior, or a rural walking companion. Ideally, he would have a box or pen outdoors. I'm not sure he can be housebroken at this age. He does NOT constantly mark or scrape. He will alarm bark. Placed by private treaty. Please call or text Cheryl Carlson at 517-719-0208 for more information.