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Princess is a high energy, intense GSD/cattle dog mix who is extremely loving and loyal. Based on her personality and strong work drive she must be in an environment with structure, focus, and activity. Daily walks or runs, mixed with some squirrel chasing, and ending with a long nap at your feet suit her just fine. She is incredibly smart and wants to please and have a purpose. She excels at obedience, finishing at the top of her class on level one and knows all of her basic commands, both verbal and hand. She is now practicing on level 2 and is also having fun learning new tricks. Given her intelligence and energy she would make an excellent companion for any active, outdoor activity.
She currently lives with three other older fur siblings and they get along best when the rules and boundaries are clear. Princess will continually test the limits – and has tried to blame her other fur brothers and sisters for her occasional mischief. She has been with cats in the past, with mixed results. Princess has a high prey drive outside, so should be monitored as she is very, very fast.
She would love a home where she is a vital, contributing member. Whether patrolling the yard for squirrel invaders, running several miles, or delighting neighbors with silly tricks – Princess wants to make her family happy. If you are looking for a true companion who will be an active part of your life then Princess is your lady.
Princess will only be adopted to a home with breed experience and clear structure and no children.
If you are not yet approved to adopt from All Shepherd Rescue, please fill out our application online at www.allshepherdrescue.com. Our adoption fee is $300.00
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