DUNN & BARRON COUNTIES, Wis. (WEAU) -- If you're looking for a large breed dog to love - Berkley is your gal!
Berkley is a one-year-old Great Pyrenees/Australian Shepherd mix.
She was surrendered to the Humane Society of Barron County because of her owner's anxiety.
Unfortunately, Berkley picked up on this and also became anxious.
With help from HSBC staff, volunteers, and visitors - Berkley's confidence is growing by the day!
Berkley would do great with a confident owner to show her she is safe.
Because of her size, Berkley would do best in a home with older children.
Berkley loves to play outside, give hugs, and get belly rubs.
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We're hoping the fourth time's the charm for this sweet guy.
After being adopted out three times, Roosevelt is still searching for his forever home.
Roosevelt was initially found as a stray in May 2018.
The Dunn County Humane Society says this eight-year-old is having a harder time finding the right home because he deals with anxiety.
Roosevelt needs a home where he won't be in a kennel all day, and preferably with someone who can be home with him most of the day.
Roosevelt is a mixed breed dog, and he weighs around 40 pounds.
Staff at the DCHS say he is a sweet, sweet, sweet dog who loves going for walks.
He just needs the right person who's willing to be patient with him.
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