Meet the newest SWAT boy-Dale. We want to give a big shout-out to Alicia Kumke and her fellow volunteers at Forever Homes Animal Rescue, who alerted us to this boy at the shelter and helped us to get him once his stray hold was up. Our wonderful volunteers Ted and Mara Miles have transported him to one of our great vets to be checked out. Once we know that he is healthy, and have fostered him for a bit to get to know his personality (so far, he appears to be very friendly and very energetic, and have zero training) we think that he will be perfect for one of our approved applicants. The shelter estimates he's about 3 years old and our volunteer thinks that is probably about right. If the potential placement doesn't work out, we will put him up on the website. ... See MoreSee Less
If in the future you have a rescue and I'm approved do you transfer?? I'm in Montana and I've not found a rescue by me
He is so handsome.
What a doll! P.S. the eggs where the best we ever had.Thanks again...
What if your in N .. Ca ?.. who do I get in touch with?
what a doll!
So sweet! ❤️
Thank god you got him from the shelter
What a sweet face!
What a gorgeous boy! Life is only going to get better for him.
Scruffy boy. Want to see how you transform this guy
Can I please adopt him. My last Airedale I had for 17 years and adopted him from a rescue in Nevada. I am fairly young and healthy and looking for a companion that I can take hiking. I’m quite good at training dogs especially Airedales as they are their own kind of animal. Can you please help me know what to do to apply? Thank you and thank you for rescuing these beautiful animals.
SWAT Adoptee Jane Phillips saved her little Welsh Terrier brother! Jane's Mom says:
Our 3 year old rescue Airedale, Jane, amazed me today. She and Hootie were out on our deck which covers 3 sides of our cabin. Jane came to the door and scratched it to come inside. When I opened the door she stood in the doorway, speaking in short, sharp barks and running back outside. I followed her and around the corner there lay Hootie on the deck, in the sun, as he likes to do. Only thing was, he was is an odd position with his head close to the deck. Jane meanwhile was dancing around close to Hootie barking that staccato bark. So as I approached Hootie I could see that his rabies dog license was wedged in between two boards, rendering him unable to move. I quickly unclipped his license and Hootie was freed and Jane stopped barking. She was Hootie's hero and mine too. She (& Hootie) got some tasty cod crunchies as a reward. She is SO smart!! I just love this girl. <3 — ... See MoreSee Less
What's that, Lassie? Timmy has fallen down the well? We have had more than one Airedale who will do this. 🙂
They are just that smart.....much better then Lassie. Bailey saved Lexie and dug her out from under the deck when she was stuck.
Amazing ,a grand Dale you have there !!!😘💞😊🙏
Good girl Jane! Hope Hootie was not traumatized.
I know of a man who regularly jogged with his two ‘dales. Electrical workers noticed them, but gave them no thought. Cut to jogger having a seizure, one dog knowing where to fetch the workers while the other licked the runner’s face. Quick action.
What a good girlie! And glad Hootie did not panic and hurt himself!!! ❤️💕❤️
We had a big dog fall in our koi pond and our Airedale immediately started pulling it out. It wouldn’t have been able to get out on its own.
Way to go Jane. You are a superstar! ❤️
What a great girl. Glad Hootie is ok
Awe🐾❤️... so smart
This breed never ceases to amaze. Madeleine e saved Mavis twice when she was a wee pup using her barks and moves to alert me.
Wow, how wonderful!
Animals are amazing and so loving!!
Animals are so very smart. It makes me sick when people call them stupid.