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Davidson

Male Young German Shepherd Dog

If you have any questions about Davidson, please contact ShepHeroes® at info@shepheroes.org

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About Davidson

Looking for an easy going buddy? New arrival Davidson may just fit your bill. When the Hayward shelter picked up Davidson, they were confident his owner would come forward to claim him.  How could someone not come looking for this sweet, adorable young boy? Still, someone's loss was ShepHeroes gain as when we received the call about Davidson we quickly jumped at the chance to meet him. What we found was a real gem. Davidson is a young tricolor male who is very affectionate and has a solid temperament.  When tested with cats at the shelter, Davidson took one look at the cats looking at him and turned around as if to say, uh, I'll meet those guys later. Davidson has only been in his foster home for a few days, but already his foster is saying this about him- Davidson is crate trained, affectionate and quietly curious about the family cat. Things could change once Davidson gets more comfortable but for now we are saying he is cat workable which could be a big plus for Davidson. He also walks nicely on a leash and is in the process of learning some other basic commands that will help him become a good dog citizen. Even though he can be tentative around other dogs, once introductions are made, Davidson is all play- running, chasing, and tumbling. We think Davidson would like to live with another dog but as long as he has human companionship he can also be a solo dog. Davidson is currently being fostered in San Jose. We ask that anyone interested in Davidson have large breed experience as well as an interest in training, whether it be group or private.

Adoption Fee: $350

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Details

Name
Davidson
Age
Young
Gender
Male
Size
Large
Shots up to date
YES
Ok with kids
Not Sure
Housetrained
YES
Hypoallergenic
NO
Spayed/Neutered
YES
Ok with dogs
YES
Ok with cats
YES
Crate Trained
YES
Dog Description Levels
Level 3 - Standard Adult Dog. Moderate energy adult dog, needs daily exercise to thrive and stay happy. Adopters must have prior, recent large breed experience as these dogs may have minor behavioral issues or need training.
Special or Medical Needs
NO

ShepHeroes®

PO Box 981332 West Sacramento CA 95798-1332

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