Our vet has recommended that all dogs under 6 months not to spay or neuter the pups because they are too young and their bodies are not fully developed. Adoption donation includes transport and all vaccinations, except for the Lyme—therefore, the dogs will not need to get any vaccinations for the first
MASSACHUSETTS & RHODE ISLAND APPLICANTS
Rescue Dog Village Guardian Inc. does not adopt to Massachusetts or Rhode Island Residents
We cannot accept applications from Massachusetts or Rhode Island Residents due to laws in the state which prohibits the adoption of rescue dogs. Please see phone numbers and links to the regulator agencies regarding adopting dogs in your state, click HERE
ADOPTED ON 06-01-23 Meet beautiful Marsha. She came to us from a family desperate to see her in a better place. How heartbreaking it must be to give up a member of the family because you can no longer care for them. But imagine how scared, lonely, and confused this dog is, wondering why her family left her and when would they ever be back? Sadly, this type of situation happens every so often, but we are grateful they brought Marsha to us, rather than leaving her to fend for herself, or worse. We are confident this sweet girl will win over someone’s heart and find a new, loving home!
Marsha is a 3 year old, 50 pound Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever, with the most gorgeous golden eyes. Foster mom says she is very sweet and thoroughly enjoys attention and affection. She loves all people, all dogs, and is a great “mama” to the puppies in the foster home. She has been seen playing with them, teaching them manners, and gently correcting them when they are naughty. She will be ready to come up North at the end of May or the beginning of June.
Marsha Loving Foster Mom
Marsha is also very playful and would probably enjoy going on hikes and other adventures. The best part is that she is fantastic with children because she is so gentle and patient. We always stress, however, that children and dogs should never be left unsupervised, but so far, Marsha has been wonderful! Marsha definitely needs a NO cat/small animal home, though, as she is a hunting breed and is prey driven.
All dogs, like humans, have certain traits, however, it is important to know that dogs and humans, regardless of the breed or ethnic group, are all social family oriented and their characteristics are only one of their many awesome qualities.
Marsha Thinking Of Her New Home
When deciding on a new addition to the family, it’s always wise to research breeds so that your new member is a perfect fit. The smallest of the retrievers, the Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever is intelligent, affectionate, and eager to please. Play fetch with a tireless Toller until your right arm falls off, and he will ask you to throw left-handed. The little gundog with the big name is the smallest retriever, standing ideally 18 or 19 inches at the shoulder.
The Toller’s trademark is a coat of stunning crimson, ranging from golden red to a dark coppery color, with white markings. Strong and agile, Toller’s are medium dogs: medium in size, bone, and coat length. The almond-shaped eyes project an alert expression. Toller’s are upbeat athletes who require outlets for their boundless vigor: hunting, hiking, camping, and, of course, swimming (for which they are ideally suited, down to their webbed feet). Toller’s are smart, handsome, and affectionate companions.
Pretty Eyes, Saying Hi
Take a deep, if you have never owned a Duck Toller, dive into the breed world with Marsha and discover the behavior and personality that makes her such a beloved family member—this breed has got it all and 89th most popular dog breed in the world. The Toller also make a fun and loving companion and home pet. They are affectionate, eager to please, busy, and get along well with children—they are good family dogs.
Consider opening your home and heart up to this wonderful girl. We would love to let her previous family know that she is safe and loved, and we’d especially love to see this deserving girl being doted on in a new home so she will no longer be sad and confused. Marsha is such a sweetheart, she will make a wonderful companion to any family!
WE HAVE FOUR DOGS THAT NEED HEARTWORM TREATMENT DARBY**SHELLY**MARSHA**MONA
Many rescues pass over rescuing dogs that are Heartworm positive because of the expense. RDVG find it very difficult to choose which dogs to rescue when they are HW Positive. We are committed to help as many as we can and for every HW positive dog that is adopted, we vow to rescue one in its place.
We are asking for help for any donation, no matter how small, will be greatly appreciated. Darby, Shelly, Marsha & Mona need to find a home and get the love that they give to their southern foster, Patricia and her family.
PLEASE CONSIDER DONATING TOWARDS THEIR HEARTWORM TREATMENT.
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