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Apollo

Male Young German Shepherd Dog Husky (mixed)
Hello, my name is Apollo.  I am a 15 month old Husky mix.  I am a light brown color with some white markings on my face, but they are ha... show more
Hello, my name is Apollo.  I am a 15 month old Husky mix.  I am a light brown color with some white markings on my face, but they are hard to see.  I am fully crate trained which is where I sleep at night and when my foster mom goes to work.  I am neutered, microchipped and have all my vaccinations. I love to run, A LOT by the way, and play with my toys and really love when mom takes me to visit and play with other dogs.  I get to play at the park sometimes and meet new dogs, large and small.  I love them all.  I love it when they chase me, and I bounce around annoying them until they do.  If they refuse, I eventually give up.   There are 2 dogs that I get to visit sometimes or they come visit me.  One is a large pitbull we run, play in the mud puddles and find things in the grass.  The other is a tiny little ball of hair, they say she is a Yorkiepoo….she is so cute, I love her so much!!! There is a barn cat here that I want to meet, but she hides from me because I have so much energy she does not want to get hurt.  I have met horses, but they were so big I barked because I was so scared.  My foster mom says one is coming to live here, so maybe I will get used to her. I do not jump on the furniture and if my toy gets underneath something, I try to find a gentle way to get it out or I go get my foster mom to get it out for me.  I get so excited with my bones, I accidently push them under the couch a lot.  So mom has to get them for me. I know some commands like:  sit, down, stay, come and shake.  But I don't always sit, down or stay…I am getting better.  But I listen to Come, because I need to stick close to my mom to make sure she does not get into trouble.  I am working on:  leave it and out, which I am not sure I really understand what those mean because my mom does not use those so much. I love to play in the water and get full of mud fast.  So I get a lot of baths, but I don't mind.  I will even wait to shake until mom says I can.  I will crawl in and out of the tub on my own, if there is a treat in it for me. I do still have puppy tendencies and I like to smile with my mouth open.  I do not bite, but some people do not understand how to handle my puppiness.  I LOVE to cuddle and get hugs.  When mom is watching TV at night I lay on the floor next to her, but I am so insecure, I make her hold my paw so I can fall asleep.  I love when she scratches my tummy and I like to lick her all the time.  I am a very energetic happy boy but I get scared / anxious and look to my human for comfort.  My foster mom knows to just stand confident and I will calm down.  If she talks to me or pets me when I am scared, I might piddle on the floor.  Otherwise, I tell my mom when I need to go outside and potty.  When my foster mom knows I will be in a new situation, she puts a belly band or disposable diaper on me.  But I am getting to be a big boy and do not soil them so much anymore. I hope you find me soon, as I really want to find a family to call Mine!! Apollo has typical husky tendencies, but thrives with proper, exercise guidance and rules. Looking for an active home who can meet his exercise needs and consistent expectations and rules so he can continue to be a happy, confident fun loving boy show less
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Mika

Female Young German Shepherd Dog
***Mika requires multiple visits before she is comfortable with new people.  She is currently in the Green Bay, WI area and you must be... show more
***Mika requires multiple visits before she is comfortable with new people.  She is currently in the Green Bay, WI area and you must be willing to travel to see her multiple times.*** Mika is a 4 year old female German Shepherd looking for a home who can manage her over-protective nature. Mika has been through professional training and is working on approriate behaviors when meeting new people, especially men. Her mistrust and behavior is manageable with a strong leader and consistency. She is not a good candidate for a home with children. Mika gets along well with other dogs and is very playful. She would do well in a home with another younger playful confident dog as she tends to be more friendly around visitors when the other dogs are getting attention. As time goes on she is less anxious around unknown people when there are other dogs being friendly. They have been helping her be a better dog. She is a wonderful hiking partner and stays close and has very good recall. She knows all her basic commands and is house trained. She is an extremely intelligent dog who would benefit from being mentally challenged like nose work or something. It will most likely take several meetings with Mika before she is comfortable with her new adoptive home. We will require a patient adopter that is committed to continuing her training and helping her succeed in uncertain situations. ---- For more information email mitliebegsdr@gmail.com or fill out an application on our website www.mlgsdr.com *Disclaimer, we're providing what information we know and what has been passed along by previous owners, shelters, etc. If the information you're looking for is not listed, please reach out and request more detail. All dogs/puppies have been fully vetted including spay/neuter, micro-chipping, worming, heartworm testing, and preventative treatment, and all required age appropriate vaccinations. As required by Wisconsin Act 90, all dogs will have received a veterinarian exam (CVI) within the past 30 days, prior to finalizing the adoption. We reserve the right to not adopt to homes with children under the age of 7 years old. We also offer free beginner obedience classes (in Green Bay, WI) for any dog adopted from us. We always recommend crate training, exercise, playtime and a regular schedule for potty breaks when bringing a new dog into your home. Adjustment takes time for both you and your new family member, so remember to be patient. Mit Liebe German Shepherd Dog Rescue License #272376-DS show less
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Phoebe

Female German Shepherd Dog Boxer (mixed)
Phoebe continues to learn that petting is really fun--especially butt scratches, and lying on the furniture and getting people attention... show more
Phoebe continues to learn that petting is really fun--especially butt scratches, and lying on the furniture and getting people attention definitely has its perks.  She also LOVES playing with her favorite toy, a Mit Liebe tennis ball!  When we first met Phoebe at Liberty, she played with whatever toy she grabbed, tossing and retrieving, then taking something else and doing the same thing.  We have lots of different toys of various types at home, but she doesn't play much with anything else except the ball. Fetch is a great time especially if it involves keep away with Phoebe's foster brother who's pretty good at fetching himself.  Another fun game is to tuck the ball away, in the couch cushions, under someone sitting on the couch or lying in bed and pouncing on the ball to get it as far into or under her target location.  Then she looks at you for appreciation of a job well done. In her foster home, Phoebe has a 75 pound foster brother and 10 pound foster sister to play with.  The little girl is a touch older than Phoebe, but also loves to play wrestlemania.  Periodically though, she's ready for a break.  She's discovered crawling under the couch serves as just the right place for a private nap.  The foster sister is not above sharing Phoebe's bed at night though. show less