This is Cowboy’s last round-up and he needs your help! The
ninety pound Rhodesian Ridgeback mix named
Cowboy faces euthanasia if money can’t be raised for an extensive eight week
boarding and training package. This is his story and the last chance for
Most all of us admire beautiful dogs whether big, round,
small or tall. Most dogs tolerate our children, erratic hours, missed
attention, but, some breeds cannot do without training that conditions the
animal to go against centuries of breeding. This is why Cowboy needs your
For centuries, Rhodesian Ridgeback’s were bred for hunting
lions; some individuals of the breed can show dominance with other dogs
and small animals, and yet loving with people.
Cowboy’s life has stirred up dust from a thousand country
roads; leaving Southern California in 2011 for a life on a ranch in
Northern California where he lost an eye after being kicked by a horse.
A microchip led Cowboy back to Orange County after he entered the Santa
Clara Animal Shelter when his owners lost their home and horse property.
“Cowboy doesn’t know how to behave around other dogs
and hasn’t learned to read dogs’ body language that says, “I
don’t want any trouble”.", says Diana Foster of Assertive K-9 Training who will train
him if enough funds can be raised.
How much can you round up to help?
Training and conditioning is an important part of any dogs
integrating well into society.
Community Animal Network
P.O. Box 8662
Memo Your Cheques "Cowboy's