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Male Young German Shepherd Dog

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Dalton

German Shepherd Dog

Dalton was adopted from us in 2013, but due to a change in his family situation, he was very sadly returned to us by his heartbroken own... show more

Dalton was adopted from us in 2013, but due to a change in his family situation, he was very sadly returned to us by his heartbroken owner. He is a very large dog, but he is the most laid back and easy going guy ever. He loves to play outside, and thinks rain puddles are lots of fun. He also likes to entertain himself in the yard by tossing a toy up in the air. Dalton's favorite thing of all is to be with his foster family, enjoying their company and doing whatever they are doing. He likes to go for an easy half-mile walk, but also enjoys a good nap. Dalton has a strong prey drive, and will chase any critter that invades his yard. Because he is so big, he can easily bump you over without knowing it, so small children would need to be stable on their feet. It's not that he intentionally knocks a child down, but when he is looking for a head rub or an ear scratch, he will come and rub against you and could easily knock a little one over. He is never rough with his foster family, and is just as gentle as can be. He knows most obedience commands, and is happy to cooperate. He does love a reward and enjoys treats. Dalton loves his foster family dearly, and would be a great companion for anyone wanting an older, super easy going guy. Just to clarify, his foster family doesn't want adopters to think that "easy going" means slow or disengaged. They feel that Dalton is a strong deterrent and a great protector. He just doesn't get worked up until there is something to get worked up about. He is a big, strong boy, with a wonderful heart. Beautiful Dalton is looking for a home where he can be loved and happy for the rest of his life. show less

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Keyser

German Shepherd Dog

A Gentle Giant who is looking for affection and a human to lean on. Will give lots and lots of love in return! I’m house and crate trai... show more

A Gentle Giant who is looking for affection and a human to lean on. Will give lots and lots of love in return! I’m house and crate trained and have a very calm personality. I’m happy to lounge around, but will also let you know when someone or something is lurking. So I’ll love you and protect you. I enjoy long walks and my foster mom praises me for how well behaved I am on a lead. I don’t pull and I like to stay close. Occasionally I will see or smell something to investigate, but happy just to trot along by your side. I’m surrounded by female dogs, compliments of the neighbors here, and a shepherd mix that also lives here. I get on well with the resident dog and the neighbors' dogs. We all sniff each other at the fence. They seem fun and playful, but I’d rather just sit back and relax. My foster mom doesn’t think I’ve had toys to play with as I don’t really know what to do with them, but she isn’t giving up on me. She throws a ball and I give her a goofy look. Stuffed toys just smell weird. I’m a quick learner. I’ve already learned the word sit. Treats are great! Now we are working on stay, lay down, and give ‘paw’. I have BIG paws! Wood floors and stairs are challenging as I slip on them, but I’m getting the hang of those, too. I’d love to meet you so you too can see why my foster family adores me so much! show less

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Monte Not yet availablee

German Shepherd Dog

Monte is a big boy with an even bigger personality. He adores people, and loves to cuddle on the couch with his foster family. Monte’s r... show more

Monte is a big boy with an even bigger personality. He adores people, and loves to cuddle on the couch with his foster family. Monte’s regal appearance commands attention when he enters a room, and his ability to “talk” with you and his lovely “singing” voice make him the most entertaining companion. Monte is house trained and crate trained. He knows basic commands and is eager to please his people. Monte demonstrates his loyalty to his humans by “guarding” the front door. This is fine if there is a menacing stranger, but his foster family is training him to go to his crate when the doorbell rings, so he doesn’t scare away their friends and neighbors! The training is going well, and Monte is learning to relax. Monte is looking for a home where there is a laid back atmosphere, and a nightly stroll as opposed to a nightly jog. He is a big handsome goofball with lots of love to shower on the right humans. Is that you? Due to injuries he sustained that were sadly left untreated, Monte has an old fracture, and the way it has healed has left him with some pain. He is also showing signs of hip dysplasia in his opposite leg. Pain medication alone will not be enough. Monte has been undergoing water treatments to strengthen his rear legs and give him better mobility in the rear quadrant. His front legs have compensated for his rear legs, and he is still a strong, vibrant dog at heart. Unfortunately, Monte is not a candidate for surgery, so his discomfort has been successfully managed with adequan shots weekly, platinum performance (a supplement) and fish oil twice a day. show less

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Newton

German Shepherd Dog

ecial Considerations for Adoption: Newt IMG 187 IMG 3179 Hello! I'm Newton. I've been with my fosters for about 2 weeks. I am v... show more

ecial Considerations for Adoption: Newt IMG 187 IMG 3179 Hello! I'm Newton. I've been with my fosters for about 2 weeks. I am very calm and sweet. I like to do my own thing, but I love my human, and I don't like to be left alone. I can sit outside or at the window for hours watching the squirrels or neighborhood cats, but if you aren't around I will come look for you! I like to go for walks, especially the Saturday morning walk to the farmers market. I do good on a leash and respond well to any correction. Occasionally, I may nudge you with my nose for some attention and pets. I'm not fond of being kenneled, and I prefer to be left out in the house, but don't worry - I promise to behave! I will bark for a few minutes after you leave but then I'll wander the house or go back to looking outside. I have been left in the house for up to 6 hours, and I didn't destroy anything! (I am a good boy!) I'd love a home where someone is home with me most days or I have some other dog company. I've met some other dogs and family members. I did really good around kids and medium size dogs, but I didn't know what to make of the small dog, so I'd prefer no small dogs. When my fosters eat dinner, I'm interested in what they have, but I usually just lay nearby and watch - I never beg. I'm happy to sleep next to your bed all night, once all members of the family have made it to bed. I have big paws, a big heart, and a big bark! Although I really don't bark very much. Ok... back to squirrel watching! show less

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Opal

German Shepherd Dog

Hi my name is Opal, but my foster mom calls me Luna. My foster canine brothers and sisters are all GSDs, too – so even though I don’t kn... show more

Hi my name is Opal, but my foster mom calls me Luna. My foster canine brothers and sisters are all GSDs, too – so even though I don’t know who my dad is, I feel like a pure GSD by default. I love humans, big and small, but I am looking for my own human who I can be with as much as possible. I would love to cuddle next to you on the couch; in fact, one of my best qualities is snoozing on the couch with my foster mom while she works. And if you’d like the company, I’m content to sleep next to you in the human bed. I have never met a cat before, but I can imagine that they would not play the same way with me as the big dogs do. My mom tells me that I am a smart girl and that I am catching on quick to which food is allowed for me and which is not. I love learning new commands, and bonding through treat training with my human is such fun. I also love running and jumping and playing with balls and chew toys as much as possible! I miss my foster mom when she is gone, but I like to relax in my crate and will go right in if you offer me a treat. While I play well with my foster canines, I would also do well being an only dog where I can be the sole diva of your affections and attention. I am so wanting a family of my very own. I am waiting for you – come fill out an application and ask to meet me. show less

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Ross

German Shepherd Dog

Hey there - I'm Ross! My mom says I have the face of a teddy bear - so she calls me Bear. Whatever .... she and the boy human are pretty... show more

Hey there - I'm Ross! My mom says I have the face of a teddy bear - so she calls me Bear. Whatever .... she and the boy human are pretty cool so I don't care what they call me. I just love to be near them. They pet me, and let me cuddle with them, and sit in their laps. Well....like they could move me... I spent my first three years outside in the yard. Being allowed in the house is AMAZING! There are ALL kinds of things in here to play with. There are things that squeak, and bounce, and wiggle. I LOVE these wonderful things they call toys. I have three canine foster brothers who have taught me to play chase, keep away, and tug of war with all these toys. Being inside is so nice because I am always warm and dry. I still kinda like the puddles in the yard, though. Sorry Mom, those are my footprints on the floor, too. I am still learning the routines of "structured living" as Mom calls it. She feeds me twice a day on a VERY regular schedule, and I'm so happy that she always does. I am learning to sit on command for a treat. Who knew that was all it takes to make a human happy? House manners are something brand new for me. Apparently it is NOT good manners to put your feet on the counter to help mom make peanut butter sandwiches. Even after that, Mom let me stay inside, and continued to pet me and love me. People can be amazing. I am so happy to be in a real home that I smile all the time. I can't wait to find my very own furever home - and soon. I'm still learning how things go, but Mom says I am super smart, (and goofy!) like most of the other young male dogs - and some family will be really lucky to get me! I hope she is right! I can't wait to meet my future family..... show less