Available ARPH Dogs in the North West Region

ARPH's North West region includes: Alaska, Idaho, Montana, North Dakota, Oregon, South Dakota, Washington, Wyoming and  Western Canada (Alberta, British Columbia, Saskatchewan).  We may not have a Representative in each location. Please check our Contact Page to see our list of Representatives.

Please complete our adoption application before contacting the Rep about an available dog.

 

 

 

 

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Paisley ARPH #14130



Paisley is a spayed 4 year old blue merle. She will wiggle her butt into your heart. Paisley is EXTREMELY people oriented, and would be fine in any home except those with young children. She love her walks and would be a good dog for more active people, but she knows how to chill (see pic) and snuggle.

Paisley was returned to ARPH after she participated in spats with fellow canine house-mates; because of that we are now requiring a home where she is the only dog. She is your typical Aussie diva that prefers to be the queen bee and center of attention!

Paisley is highly food motivated and learns quickly (she came back to us a little overweight and we have gotten most of the weight off of her). Paisley is both house and crate trained.

If you are interested in Paisley, please fill out our adoption application. We require vet, reference and home checks for all our potential adopters.

            
 







 

  Cooper ARPH #14206



Cooper is an adorable, very energetic 15 month old neutered red merle pup who needs an active home dedicated to training. No back yard dog, this guy! He loves his person and is good with other dogs, but he still hasn't learned when to back off on the play, so it's best he be an only dog.

Cooper loves toys, playing tug and is an expert tennis ball fetcher. Cooper has separation anxiety and wants to be with his person, although it has gotten a lot better. He crates well at night after some initial panting and he also crates well in the car; he does not like to be separated from his person when at home but settles well. He will require training to keep his mind and body busy, ideally in a home where his owner is around a lot.

Cooper greets most people enthusiastically, but is cautious with some people (with hats, beards).

If you are interested in Cooper, please fill out our adoption application. We require vet, reference and home checks for all our potential adopters.

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