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Motto

Male Adult German Shepherd Dog

Hey all my name is motto but we just say otto. I absolutely love my foster mom and dad but need to warm up to new people. No one knows h... show more

Hey all my name is motto but we just say otto. I absolutely love my foster mom and dad but need to warm up to new people. No one knows how long I was alone on the streets in Texas so I’m still a little scared of new things. Typical for a shepherd I do like to use my mouth so they said they recommend older kids. I am not trying to be mean at all, I just cant help myself when I get excited and I didn’t have anyone until now to let me know that is not ok. I love to play with other dogs and having a friend to play with is something I really want. My best friend is a Male dog but I am good with females aswell. I haven't seen a thing they call cats so not sure what my reaction would be. I am a good boy and use my kennel at night. When my foster parents are gone I enjoy my day in a large garage kennel with access to outside with my best friend. I am potty trained aswell. I do have something called EPI but it's ok as I just have a supplement added to my meals and it helps me alot. I have started to gain weight now that they figured that out so I am happy. I am active boy but not crazy active. I mean you wont see me running any marathons but I do like play time and walks. Oh walks, They say I have gotten much better walking on a leash. I am estimated to be about about 4-5 years old but hey who's counting! show less

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Rocky

Male Adult German Shepherd Dog

Rocky is a smaller beautiful 2 to 3 year old Male. He is ready to find his forever home. He is the smaller of the 2 dogs. Rocky has real... show more

Rocky is a smaller beautiful 2 to 3 year old Male. He is ready to find his forever home. He is the smaller of the 2 dogs. Rocky has really come a long way in the last few months. His coat is back, nice & soft, and his kennel legs are gone. He loves to play with Oliver and they will go at it for hours. There is not one mean bone is this young boys body. He has also learned a lot of manners during this time. How to sit before each meal instead of jumping all over you, sitting at the door to go out instead of bull rushing (although if Oliver is right there he does have to be first out). He's got a lot of energy packed into him so keeping it in check takes constant practice. He does need constant leashing as he will take off on his own. The first night he spent here I let him in the back door and he immediately trotted to the front door, hopped up, hit the latch, and promptly let himself out. Game on! He walks really well keeping a snug leash but not pulling beyond the bounds of it. He still likes to nab stuff off the counter every now and then so they need to stay clear. And it really took him a while to warm up to me, maybe he had some turdy males in his prior life. For this reason I think he'd do best with female(s) in his family. He still piddles if I try to approach too quickly, although when he approaches me he's just fine. We're working on a spot rash on his under neck area. He is still scratching and gnawing at his paws but that is getting much better. Even Oliver had some scratching issues when he came that went away after about 3 or 4 months. I have some Oatmeal shampoo to bathe him with along with Diamond brand Fish recipe for extra Omega's, and an ointment that Amber recommended. The scratching has decreased notably but his hot spots are still hairless. I keep his collar off inside for this reason, and so it doesn't get twisted around his neck when he wrestles with Ollie. show less

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Santana

Female Adult German Shepherd Dog (mixed)

Hi, I’m Santana! I’m a loving gal that enjoys chase outside with my foster brother. I have to admit it took me a little while to open up... show more

Hi, I’m Santana! I’m a loving gal that enjoys chase outside with my foster brother. I have to admit it took me a little while to open up to my foster parents but once I did, I can’t get enough snuggles, attention and kisses. I will need a family that will have patience with my while I get comfortable in my forever home. I’d do best with a family that has another dog as he was my safety blanket when I transitioned into my foster home. He showed me the ropes and taught me how to enjoy running around our yard. My foster family has cats but I’m not very interested in them and let them go about their business. It would also be best for me to have a yard with room to run but with a fence as I’ve learned how to jump over my four foot fence with ease. When I get out I’m easily distracted my bunnies and want to chase them. I’m pretty good with my name but I’m still learning sit and working on come. I’m pretty picky with my treats but if you have peanut butter flavors that will definitely help! I like being active but need some more work on my leash. When I get too far away from my yard I panic and lay down. The farthest we’ve made it so far was about 200 feet. While it may take a little time to get me out of my shell, I know I’d be a great pal for your furbabies and an excellent addition to your family. I can’t wait to meet you! show less