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Male Adult German Shepherd Dog

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About Batman

Batman is an incredibly loving dog - just one of the sweetest dogs you will ever meet. He loves his people so much, and never wants to be away from them. Batman came to us from someone who could no longer take care of him. Batman was heartbroken to lose his person, and his person felt the same way. Batman is currently living with me, his foster dad, and my own German Shepherds. The good news is that Batman has totally bonded with me, and never wants to leave my side. This tells us that Batman will be able to transfer his incredible love and loyalty to another new person in his life. If you are retired, or work from home, and would like a GSD who wants to hang out with you at home watching TV, going for walks, riding around in your car, or go camping with you – Batman is your guy. He will be there 100% for you. He just needs someone who can be there 100% for him. Leaving him home alone all day while you go away to work may be very hard on him, because he will miss you so much. After just a few days, he will look you in the eyes and you will realize that he has fallen in love with you. Trust me, you will already have fallen in love with him!

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Shots up to date
Ok with kids
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Spayed / Neutered
Ok with dogs
Ok with cats
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