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Female Adult German Shepherd Dog

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Anastasia

German Shepherd Dog

Howdy y’all! I’m Anastasia. I was overwhelmed when I first moved into my foster home. I got to stay indoors, but the ground was diff... show more

Howdy y’all! I’m Anastasia. I was overwhelmed when I first moved into my foster home. I got to stay indoors, but the ground was different; it was smooth and slippery and COOL to lay on – but it made getting away from my 3 foster brothers a little hard. I was not too sure about them at first – but once they let me enjoy my space, – I realized they are not bad dogs. They play with me, will run with me in the backyard, and have taught me to live in a pack. My foster mom has been trying to teach me things too. She is ALWAYS calmly correcting me – I am just trying to gently give her a hug – but I listen when she says no. She also wants me to SIT…like all the time: for a treat, for my dinner, when she is watching tv and I am standing in front of her waiting for her to pet me….. Foster mom can be stubborn too though – I am trying to show her that a diva such as myself should get to have breakfast in bed. I have never had a bed before and I LOVE it!! So why would I not want to lay on it to eat right? She sets the bowl three feet away and I have to pick it up MYSELF and take it to bed. I don’t know why she shakes her head when some of it drops from the bowl (ok ok about half of it in a trail all the way to the bed) but I DO eat it ALL…. OH!! I almost forgot – mom takes me to ride places in the car. I have finally figured out how to get up there myself and riding is getting to be fun. Lots to see from the back of a car. I keep hoping I will see my forever family. Mom promises forever families are the best. Wanna meet me? I promise to give you gentle hugs, and companionship. Hit my foster mom up! Thanks, everybody! show less

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Ross

German Shepherd Dog

Hi there, I’m Ross! I really want to find a furever home! I am sometimes shy, and sometimes I am very independent, so I think that somet... show more

Hi there, I’m Ross! I really want to find a furever home! I am sometimes shy, and sometimes I am very independent, so I think that sometimes people misunderstand me. I have lots of training from the highly respected trainers at Circle K9. In fact, a free lesson is available to my new adopter! My foster dad is also an experienced K9 handler, and he can help explain my training to my new family. I walk very well on a leash, and I love to work for treats! I get very happy and smile when I go for car rides, and I am house and crate trained. I prefer to sleep in a crate, but I will sleep wherever you are because I want to be with my people, and be a great companion K9. I would prefer a single adopter, or a couple with children at least 13 years old. As I am a little shy, smaller kids who run around might cause me to become a little nervous. I just didn’t grow up around them. I also love meeting your adult friends. If they want to pet me, they can just walk up and pet me. As long as you are comfortable with them, I will be, too. If there are strangers walking around outside the fence of our yard, I can bark to let you know someone we don’t know is there. If you are looking for a companion to go on walks, hang out, ride around town, and enjoy playing with you, then please adopt me. I'm your boy! Foster's Notes: Ross has been impeccably trained, He likes his crate, but he is very responsible when left alone in the house for reasonable periods of time, with free range of the house, (up to 4 hours, with no problems). Ross would do best as an only dog. He would also be happy as a second or third dog in the family, with other full size dogs, of at least 50 lbs. or larger. Ross really likes his foster home, and he and the female GSD there have become best friends with no issues. Ross does accept the other 2 GSD males at his foster home. Ross is very slightly leash reactive – however with correction, he does just fine – it’s manageable. Just follow proper introductions and treat all dogs in your home fairly and equally and Ross should be a successful addition to your pack. Ross's foster dad has considerable experience managing his own pack of 3 GSDs (plus fosters) and will be willing to give you advice that will help you add Ross as the new pack member into your home. show less