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Izzy II

Female Adult German Shepherd Dog
Hi my name is Izzy!!! I am a 5yr old shepherd/husky puppy. I am well trained and will use a kennel upon request (but I do prefer to be o... show more
Hi my name is Izzy!!! I am a 5yr old shepherd/husky puppy. I am well trained and will use a kennel upon request (but I do prefer to be out of it when my humans are home). I am also a Houdini as I can escape my crate at times but I usually just go find my comfortable spot to lay down and wait for my human friends. I love to cuddle once I get to know you and I also figured out dog doors are fun and an easy way to go do my business outside. I am good with other dogs and kids but I don't really appreciate things coming at my face quickly. So maybe kids that are older than 4 may be best. I love my Y bone and cottage cheese (the only way I will take meds). I am also a watcher. I like to watch how others interact and then I copy that interaction. You just need to take things slow with me when it is something new. Oh I am also a pretty quiet girl. I rarely bark at stuff. Like I don't care if someone comes to the door (I will great but not bark) or if there is movement outside. I also don't care about the vaccum. You can come right up next to me and I will just continue to stay in my comfy spot. I mean I am comfortable, who wants to move??? So if you're interested in the perfect dog, I am the dog for you. As for cats... We don't have a cat so we can't test how she is with them but she has ignored squirrels, birds and wildlife out back. show less
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Ridges

Male Adult German Shepherd Dog
Hi my name is Ridges. I am a 4 year old neutered German Shepherd.  I don’t look like a regular German Shepherd but my foster mom thinks... show more
Hi my name is Ridges. I am a 4 year old neutered German Shepherd.  I don’t look like a regular German Shepherd but my foster mom thinks I might be a Dutch Shepherd based on what the Google says.  I found myself in foster care with White Paws after being surrendered in Texas. I have been at my foster home for almost a week. I guess my foster mom tells my foster dad every day that I should stay forever here but he keeps reminding her that if they keep all the fosters then they can’t continue to foster other dogs 🤷‍♀️ My foster mom says I am amazing. I am housebroken, crate trained, I can sit, lay down, crawl, stay and heel on a leash. Wow she says! On top of all that I get along great with my foster brother and sister and I also love my humans. I would be fine in a home with other dogs or without because I’m happy being wherever my humans are too.  I am very food motivated and am fed separately from the other dogs because I don’t want them to steal my food. I also have a strong prey drive so probably won’t do well in a home with small animals like cats. Even though there are no cats here my foster mom has seen me go after little critters pretty aggressively.  I really wanted to herd those big horses around too! Oh wait!  Did you see my ears????? show less
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Roman

Male Adult German Shepherd Dog
Roman is about a year old shepherd mix. (His dna was checked by his previous adopter so we know his genetic profile see picture.) Roman... show more
Roman is about a year old shepherd mix. (His dna was checked by his previous adopter so we know his genetic profile see picture.) Roman was adopted but returned after one of the children in the home developed severe allergies to all of the animals in the home. Unfortunately all of them had to be rehomed so Roman was not an exception and this was a very difficult decision for the family. In his foster home(he came back to his original foster home) he lived with three dogs and three kids under three in his adoptive home he lived with two dogs a cat and two very young children as well. Roman has extreme anxiety to things like vehicles passing the yard, people walking by and new people entering his home. It takes a day or so for him to settle around new people or a couple of meetings with them. He is not aggressive just incredibly timid and shy. Roman is not a dog that can go to public places like dog parks, hiking, camping or pet shops etc. He could quite possibly improve over time with instruction and guidance but a family must understand current his limitations and be ok with them. Due to the fact that Roman was returned he will be available until the right family applies and will probably require a couple meet and greets.  After a few weeks back with his foster family he finally wants love, attentiongs and kids it just takes longer for him to trust  “big people.” Ro and to sleep with everyone. He immediately bonded back with the doionship of other dogs. He is very submissive. man MUST go to a home with another dog as he thrives off the compan show less