Macy, 7-y-o, East TN ADOPTED 08/2017

Macy is a very sweet and protective seven-year old Airedale who wants to spend almost all her time with you. This 80 pound girl (a picky eater, just a large Airedale!) will climb the fence to come to the front door to be let in after a potty break. Occasionally, she decides to take herself for a neighborhood walk. She has become very afraid of loud noises such as gunshots or thunder. Macy loves men and women but has lived without much experience with children or other dogs. She’s a couch potato who wants you as the center of her life. Macy needs training to learn she is safe when you are out of sight and that she doesn’t need to protect you from everyone. She would benefit from structure, positive training, and an Airedale savvy family who will be dedicated leash walkers.

ARG will provide free phone consultations with our veterinary animal behaviorist.

6 Replies to “Macy, 7-y-o, East TN ADOPTED 08/2017”

  1. I have been looking for an adult female Airedale for some time now. I own my home and I’m in the process of fencing my property. I have a cat, so I am looking for an Airedale that is not interested in chasing cats. I live in Kannapolis, NC and would be interested in meeting Macy if she is still available.

    1. Good Morning, Vicky. Thank you for your comment on Macy. In order to be considered to adopt from us, please fill out an application her on our web site and submit it. One of our volunteers will then call you to discuss your application. After the interview, we will have a volunteer visit you for a home visit. Then, if you are approved, you would be considered for adoption. Thank you very much for your interest. We look forward to receiving your application. Jackie Cash

  2. Does ARG have a list of transport drivers(in the states that you serve)that volunteer to transport rescued Airedales?

    1. No, Doug, not specifically. We search our database for people in the areas where we transport. We cover only NC, SC, TN, GA, and AL. Are you interested in helping transport for us?

  3. I would be interested in helping to transport Airedales. I live in Johnson City, TN and will drive 3 hrs at the most.

    1. Good morning, Susan. Thank you so much for volunteering to help us transport rescued Airedales. I recognized your name and found your application to us in 2016 but your file ended up in our inactive applications. You did not have any animals at that time, but had previously had an Airedale plus others. We often need transport volunteers in your area of Tennessee, so we’ll keep your information in our “transport volunteers” section. Would you also be able to do home visits for us if needed? Once we’ve interviewed and checked references for applicants, we ask a volunteer to conduct a home visit to see where the Airedale would live and be our feet-on-the-ground representative. Is your phone number still: 423-341-2201? Can you receive text messages on it? I look forward to hearing more from you, Susan, and really appreciate your offer of assistance. Jackie Cash

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