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Marley

Male Adult German Shepherd Dog
Marley's ideal home will not only provide love, but also structure as he is a very busy boy despite only having three legs. He is happie... show more
Marley's ideal home will not only provide love, but also structure as he is a very busy boy despite only having three legs. He is happiest when he has a job/something to do. Marley is four years old, extremely people friendly, has been around kids as young as 4 and did great, and dog friendly with proper/appropriate intros. He is reactive with dogs he doesn't know, but absolutely can exist with them if you give him the time he needs. He is currently being fostered with a GSD mix and a pug/beagle mix and does really with both of his foster siblings. It took him a bit to warm up to the little guy which is fair, because those little guys can be a little harder to get along with. But given time and structure their relationship has grown. Marley loves to greet his foster siblings with very gentle licks. He has never shown any kind of resource guarding around either of them with anything - toys/treats/food, etc. Marley is listed as not cat friendly as he has an extremely high prey drive and lives to chase the resident cat and will actively seek him out to chase him. We are and have been working on this while he's with us. He does seem to be a people pleaser and is a very intelligent boy, so when he's in work mode he's all business. He is still learning that he can also be a good boy and an active listener when he's not in work mode and this is still something we are working on while he's here. Example - he gets extremely excited when he knows we are leaving to go for a ride or a walk and it takes him longer than it should to get in to a good sit so we can put his collar on. This is where his need for structure comes in. After all, he is a young GSD. He is completely housebroken, he has never had a single accident in our home. We are still working on kennel training as he does get crated on days I have to work in the office. Overall he is a very good boy and would definitely benefit from a family that is willing to continue to provide him the structure he needs. show less
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Peyton

Female Senior German Shepherd Dog
Peyton is a sweet and sassy female German Shepherd Dog (mix) who needs a forever home.   You would never guess this girl is nearly 10 ye... show more
Peyton is a sweet and sassy female German Shepherd Dog (mix) who needs a forever home.   You would never guess this girl is nearly 10 years old when you look at her pictures and videos! She is currently being fostered in the Madison, WI area.  See an extended bio and dozens of pictures and videos at https://bit.ly/3PMVX8O. Peyton loves romping around outdoors.  Chasing balls, watching and chasing squirrels in the backyard, and just being with her people outside.  She always seems to be on the go!  She is very loyal and affectionate with her people, and warms up to strangers quickly with proper introductions. Peyton’s current foster family brought her home with the full intention of adopting her, but they determined she isn’t good with cats like the prior foster mom thought.  Suffice it to say, Peyton is absolutely, positively NOT cat friendly!  She is a happy girl with no aggressiveness around people, but her "prey drive" is very high and something inside her brain snaps around rabbits, squirrels, chipmunks, and cats.  Peyton will be most successful in a family having dog experience, as she is not a starter dog. She is active, and will need a family who can give her the love, leadership and attention she deserves. An all-adult household, or one with older children, where she is the only dog would be the best fit for Peyton.  She has some arthritis in one of her shoulders, which presents as a limp when it flares up.  It doesn’t seem to cause her any discomfort nor does it keep her from enjoying walks with her people.  This has been successfully treated with a combination of two medications that run around $40 per month total.   Let’s find this girl her forever home! show less