If you're interested in adopting any SGSR dog, please read about our Adoption Process and fill out an Adoption Application. Visit our website for more information, including Frequently Asked Questions.
Georgie & Gracie are a bonded pair of King Shepherds of 81/2 years young. They are big fluffy bears that just just want lots of love & attention, yummy food, & a soft bed. Both are laid back mild mannered, gentle giants but still have plenty of spunk & play in them! They are good with people of all ages.. They do occasionally knock over their little person in their foster home, in their excitement to go out. They currently live with three young human children & a cat. There are also a few "pocket pets" in the home that are on the Do Not Play/Eat list. They like to chase the cat & squirrels too because its so fun. They cannot be adopted to a home that has cats or small animals.
Gracie can get a little protective of Georgie & the food/water dish when other dogs get too near. Because they are not overly fond of other dogs, it is not recommended that they go into a home with other dogs. However, with some training and proper introductions they can learn to socialize with others. They like to go out for walks & love car rides. They love treats & toys, especially B-A-L-L-S! They received heart warm treatment upon entry into rescue and have gone through their recovery period. They are both doing well & are ready to find their forever homes. They will make wonderful companions for that special someone willing to open their hearts to these two sweetheart pooches!
Georgie and Gracie are being fostered in Richmond, VA. If interested in adopting them please contact your adoption coordinator.
Our adoption process consists of a telephone interview, a call to your veterinarian and a home visit. If you have any questions about the adoption process please contact firstname.lastname@example.org .
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