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Athena Iv

Female Young German Shepherd Dog (mixed)
New bio for Athena:   Hello! Athena here! Just wondering if anyone has seen my Furever Family wandering around? I'm a perfect angel in t... show more
New bio for Athena:   Hello! Athena here! Just wondering if anyone has seen my Furever Family wandering around? I'm a perfect angel in the house - I don't steal things that aren't mine like laundry or books or anything else, I only go potty outside, I enjoy zoomies outside but am very chill in the house. I have excellent recall, walk so nicely on a leash, learned Leave It and Drop in the first week of my Board & Train, and love every human I meet. I'm still building up strength in my leg, but the dogtor said I can run and play as much as I want and that Miss Sarah just needs to make sure I don't over-do it all at once. But I am very smart and have shown I can get my zoomies out and decide when I'm done and ready to go in on my own.   You can leave me loose in the house, or put me in my kennel if needed, I take my food toys into my kennel and Miss Sarah doesn't bother closing the door. I do prefer chill dogs that aren't very rambunctious and respect my "please don't bother me" signals. Miss Sarah also taught me that I don't have to fret and bark about dogs I see when I'm out on a walk. Sometimes I forget and bark at them just to make sure Miss Sarah knows they're there, but I am easily reminded with a treat and redirection continue about my business without much fuss.   Oh! And I'm a HUGE fan of car rides and sit very quietly in the back seat. You can even make a couple pit stops (weather permitting) and I won't fuss and make a scene. Miss Sarah has also taken me to a "tractor store" (I didn't see any tractors) to walk around and socialize. It was super fun and everyone said I was the sweetest good girl!   If you see my Furever Family out there, let them know I'm ready to head out on my next adventure whenever they are ready!   Patiently waiting *wagging tail incessantly*, Athena IV (Regina Phalanges) show less
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Elsa IV

Female Young German Shepherd Dog (mixed)
Must have Shepherd experience. We are told mom and dad are shepherds but we can't confirm that. My name is Elsa. I am around 4 ½- 5 mont... show more
Must have Shepherd experience. We are told mom and dad are shepherds but we can't confirm that. My name is Elsa. I am around 4 ½- 5 months old. My littermates and I were dropped off at a shelter in Texas and lived there until a bunch of nice people drove us to Wisconsin. Everything is new to me, but I am definitely enjoying my new life. I am not the most confident girl, and I am very Shepherd-y in that aspect. My foster mom says you Shepherd people will understand that reference. I need slow introductions to new animals, but now one of my best friends is the cat. I have gone right up to all the people I have met so far and let them cuddle me. I am doing good with walking on a leash and potty training, I have not made a mess in my kennel. Sometimes it takes me a bit to settle down in my crate, and I sing when I can hear my foster mom but can't see her. I have been good when she leaves the house though. I love chewing on toys, food, and playing with my foster sister and the cat. I am learning that toys are to be shared. I will need a fur-ever that will continue to have patience and socialize me to new things and keep building my confidence. I am a crazy smart girl that lives to please and I can promise you will not be sorry for making me part of your family. Hope to hear from you soon! show less
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Lenna

Female Young German Shepherd Dog (mixed)
My name is Lenna, pronounced Leena. I am some sort of a mix girl from Texas. You wouldn't believe it because I love to play in the snow!... show more
My name is Lenna, pronounced Leena. I am some sort of a mix girl from Texas. You wouldn't believe it because I love to play in the snow! I am just over a year old and about as sweet as they come, my foster mom tells me. I have a foster sister, a foster brother, and a foster cat where I am living. I have been very sweet with anyone I have met, but can be a little shy at first. I would probably do best in a home that is a little on the quieter side and older, patient children are a better fit for me. I love to go on walks, runs, and run around the yard, so a fenced yard or someone who likes to get some exercise would be great. Don't get me wrong, I like to be with my foster mom and the rest of the pack lounging around for some down time as well. I get totally preoccupied on walks and need reminders to pay attention. I let my foster mom brush my teeth, cut my nails, brush me, and once I took a bath. I need someone that can have patience with me for these tasks and continue to work with me. I am not mean in any way, but I will try and get out of it if you let me, and I cried the whole time during my bath. I don't get into anything when left out of my crate when mom is home or at night…. Except if you leave meat out unattended. Foster mom had pork thawing in the sink overnight, she woke up to it on the floor with what I could gnaw off missing. She was not impressed with me, and I had diarrhea she had to give me some stuff for. I am very food driven so I am easily trainable.   show less
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Nemo II

Female Adult German Shepherd Dog (mixed)
Hello, my name is Nemo(female)! They estimate that I am about 1 year old. I am on smaller side at 45lbs. Don't let that fool you, I may... show more
Hello, my name is Nemo(female)! They estimate that I am about 1 year old. I am on smaller side at 45lbs. Don't let that fool you, I may be smaller but I have big girl size personality and love to a goofball!   I love love and enjoy a nice cuddle but I am also high energy. I play hard and need to run to burn off energy. Warning: I can easily hop over 4/5 foot fences if I am motivated enough. Must have room to run or active family as I have a lot of energy for such a little girl!   I will need a younger dog to play with that's preferably high energy like me. Otherwise I will find ways to push their buttons hoping there is a "play" one in there somewhere. I am learning boundaries and learning when dogs don't want to play or if its down time. I know to leave my grouchy older foster sister alone now but that took some learning. I play really well with foster brother! I am learning how to share toys and not steal bones too!     No cats for me as I don't know how to be easy and see them as a great play partner! They don't think it's so great though.    I love all people and am always so excited to meet them. I haven't met kids but I will be excited to meet them. I do like to get jumpy at times (learning process) and I can be mouthy when excited so keep that in mind.    I like meeting other dogs but still learning body language. Might be best for a slower intro as I can be so excited that it can alarm other dogs.    I am told I am freaky smart and have learned sooo much in the short time with my foster family!    Kennel trained and I last all night. Potty trained. Leash training has come a LONG way but still working on perfecting it. I know to sit like a good girl before I get my food and to go outside. I no longer rush out of my kennel in the morning as I have learned that patience gets me far!    I am just a young puppy that wants a good home, great cuddles, and patience for me to keep learning. show less
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Rocky

Male Adult German Shepherd Dog (mixed)
We are looking for a foster or foster to adopt for rocky. We need to get him into a new home so we can figure out his hip issues.  Hi I'... show more
We are looking for a foster or foster to adopt for rocky. We need to get him into a new home so we can figure out his hip issues.  Hi I'm Rocky and they say I'm about 5-8 years old. I don't know a whole lot about my past but it's obvious that I had a rough start in life. I tremble from thunderstorms and I am not the biggest fan of getting wet. I used to hate getting kisses but I've learned to tolerate them. Quick approaches still scare me at times but I'm very quick to get over it. As far as everything else I am one of the friendliest dog you will ever meet. I get along with just about anyone, including other animals. I love pets and snuggles and am very laid back. You will hardly ever hear me bark. One thing I love more than anything is FOOD. I can eat all day everyday if given the opportunity so you'll have to watch how much I eat. When it comes to my bones I am very possessive. I am learning to do better with not growling at people who approach me while I'm chewing on my bone but I still forget once in awhile. I do have some hip issues going on and tend to growl when people touch my hips. Its just from the pain, but I love you up right after to let you know I won't hurt you.. I have gotten plenty of toys, but they just don't interest me. Unless its food, I really don't care much for it. That being said, I don't mess with your things, I am potty trained, I have been trained to sit, shake, stay, and wait for your "go" to get my treats, and I am easy to train so long as you have treats for me. I love everyone I meet and there is not one person who doesn't fall in love with me as soon as they meet me. show less
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Shelby

Female Young German Shepherd Dog (mixed)
Shelby   Female Age: 7 months Spayed 31 lbs.   Beautiful, brindle Shepherd mix ready to give you gentle kisses. Shelby is a very sweet,... show more
Shelby   Female Age: 7 months Spayed 31 lbs.   Beautiful, brindle Shepherd mix ready to give you gentle kisses. Shelby is a very sweet, yet shy pup who loves belly rubs. She is good around cats. Most of the time she could care less that they are there, but once-in-while she will give a little bark and wags her tail to try to get them to play. Shelby has met a few of the neighborhood dogs. She does best with slow introductions to people, dogs, and new situations as she can be timid at first. She is doing well with potty training and has made no messes in her kennel. She only had a few accidents her first couple days but is doing well ever since. She can be shy at first about putting a leash on, but once it is on, she knows it is time to go outside and go potty or for a walk and is doing great with walking on the leash. The only time she pulls, is if she sees a leaf and then wants to chase it. Shelby would do best with a fenced in yard as she will take the opportunity to run if given the chance so you would need to be aware of her when outside. She also needs to be watched by open doors as she will take advantage of you and quickly and quietly squeak past you. Shelby goes into her kennel nicely and it is her safe place when she needs alone time. She loves to chew on her Kong and her bear, and occasionally will quietly steal a shoe or two. Most of all, this sweetie will steal your heart. show less