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Female Young German Shepherd Dog

If you have any questions about Cheyenne, please contact Sauver Des Chiens, Inc. at

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About Cheyenne

Cheyenne was found as a stray. She is a gorgeous 2.5 year old GSD with dark colors and eyes that look right through you.

She is in boarding at the moment and needs an an experienced German Shepherd Dog adopter.  She is dominant and will need for someone to help her feel secure and learn that she does not need to be that way.  She was probably on her own for quite some time and just needs to learn the ropes.  Large dogs okay, Cats NO, older children.  If you would like to meet Cheyenne please email us at

Cheyenne says, “check back in, in a few weeks, if I find a foster home, the foster will be able to fill in a lot of the blanks”.  Thank you for visiting my post.  



Shots up to date
Ok with kids
Not Sure
Ok with dogs
Ok with cats
Heartworm Status
Heartworm Negative

Sauver Des Chiens, Inc.

P.O. Box 1091 Sealy TX 77474

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German Shepherd Dog

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