Buddy is a good boy that is a German Shorthair mix. He is neutered, HWT-neg, UTD on shots, as well as microchipped. He can get along with dog with slow introduction, cats he is good with but will bark at cats that are not "dog friendly" but not harm them. He has been with kids as young as 18 months but he tends to be clumsy with them and knock them over with his wiggling butt. Buddy is housebroken and crate trained, he does ok off-leash once he gets acclimated into his new settings and has developed a bond with his new family. If you would like to learn more or meet Buddy, feel free to contact us.
Mya is a young German Shepherd, long coat. She had a bit of a rough start and wasn't socialized with people just kept tied up to her tie-out and dog house. Surprisingly she is interactive with people but overly energetic. She is a busy-body and has her nose into everything. She is slowly learning her basic commands of "sit", "down", "wait", and "off". She is also being housebroken. She is schedule for later March, after she is out of heat, to be fixed. Check back to see when she becomes available for adoption. She is not a "Beginner's Dog", she will require someone with experience.
They are a litter of 8, all of them are the same color and look the same...black. There are 5 girls and 3 boys. They are a German Shepherd Mix (with possible Retriever breed). These puppies are going to be large dogs 80 pounds or heavier. They will need room to play and grow. They will be available for their forever homes March 3rd, after they have been fixed. They are currently in foster working on social skills, learning to live with other dogs besides their littermates, interact appropriately with cats and kids. While all that is going on they are also learning crate training and getting housebroken. They will be UTD on vaccines, fixed, dewormed, and microchipped. Contact us if you would like to arrange to meet these guys for potential adoption. They are almost 4 months old (born on 11/1/2018).
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