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Kojack

Male Adult German Shepherd Dog

Please read Kojack full bio Meet Kojack! He is about 7 years old. I would make the perfect companion for anyone looking for a handsome,... show more

Please read Kojack full bio Meet Kojack! He is about 7 years old. I would make the perfect companion for anyone looking for a handsome, loyal, older German Shepard. I am fully potty trained and able to stay by myself for longer periods of time. Although, when you get back home I will run to you with lots of puppy love and kisses! I love to take long walks in the morning and evening and even explore new places with you! I also love to meet new people and get lots of attention. I am great with adults and even other larger dogs who love to play in a fenced in backyard. However, I would prefer to live with a family with older children who have dog experience. My foster mom is teaching me some manners for living in my new home with you. I know how to sit and wait, even when it is hard to sit patiently when dinner is being served. I am working on some new tricks too! Ask my foster mom about Twister, Hide and Seek, and Paw. I am always up for a car ride, playing in the yard, or even curling up right by your side! I would love to meet you. If you are interested in having a loving, loyal new best buddy, please contact www.wpgsr.com 2 things you need to know but we want to explain. Kojack had a family that he was adopted to. He lived with kids and was great. Friends came over and one of the friends small kids had good in her hand and was hugging around his neck. Kojack did bite( 3 stitches) we are ensure if kojack was going for the food( he doesnt take treats gently at all) or what. We brought kojack back and into a foster home. Kojack has loved everyone and enjoys meeting new people. Kojack was out for his walk with his foster like he dies everyday and loves meeting people. Out of no where kojack was hit with a bicycle. Kojack was unsure and nervous now after what just happened. Unfortunately a lady than tried to pet him and he did bit her in the ear( she leaned over him). He was scared as he was just hit with a bicycle. Kojack is in no way a mean dog or we would not adoot him out. Kojack is extremely sweet and loving. We are always very open and honset about each dog. Come out and meet him and let him show you how sweet and amazing he is. show less

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Vera

Female Adult German Shepherd Dog

Vera we are listing as Special needs and her adoption fee is $150. One thing you must know is vera did bite a child but let me explain.... show more

Vera we are listing as Special needs and her adoption fee is $150. One thing you must know is vera did bite a child but let me explain. This child was a bigger child and jumped on her while she was laying down. She turned and reacted which caused 3 stitches. Now vera was 115 pounds and those hips were very painful. This was not her fault but nonetheless it was why she was surrendered to us. Vera loves everyone but we are going to go with a home with no small kids as we don't want her to be put into a situation like that again. Vera is a sweet loving 7 year old girl who is good with cats and dogs. She loves to follow cats around the house more than other dogs. Vera loves daily walks, a little tug o war, and having her family get down on the floor with her and roll a ball back and forth that she pushes with her nose at you. She doesn’t get into chasing balls or frisbees but most of her exercise comes from chasing her foster brother when he runs. Vera came to the rescue on the heavy side, reported to be about 115 pounds. Through exercise, diet, and weekly weigh ins, she is recently down to 100 pounds in two months. Vera doesn’t need a feeding schedule. She eats when she is hungry and eats at a normal pace. Other than glucosomene treats, she doesn’t get a lot of extras. Vera does have arthritis in her hips and takes a daily glucosomene treat as well as Vetprofen when needed. She is also currently on an antibiotic for a UTI. On her last appointment, her vet said she has extra skin where she goes to the bathroom from so once or twice a day now she gets wiped with a baby wipe. She’s pretty good about it and it takes a few seconds. Vera is not a fan of fireworks or loud thunderstorms and will find a room to hide during these periods. Her foster family usually turns up Dog TV on YouTube to drown out the sound and she would probably do well with a thunder shirt based on how much she calms down when hugged during a storm. Vera enjoys hanging out with the family relaxing at night and sleeping on the floor by the bed. She will make a wonderful addition to the family looking for a mellow older girl who loves light play and hanging out. show less