BEAR 2 ~1 year old. Not good with cats. Kids and dogs TBD.Residents of VA, NC, or SC click to apply for Bear 2
Meet Bear! This handsome young male pure bred German Shepherd is now available for adoption. At only a year old, Bear hasn't had the best start in life but he is definitely ready for a future with a family of his own. Originally purchased as a puppy by the owner of a garage who wanted a GSD to 'guard' his business, Bear was simply chained outside and left on his own. But Bear loves people and his owner decided Bear wasn't 'doing his job' so he was planning to take Bear out on the highway and set him loose. Fortunately a good samaritan stepped in and Bear's owner agreed to surrender him to rescue instead. Bear has been fully vetted and is now neutered. He is a very happy boy, sweet and affectionate. He is very smart and learning quickly, he is eager to please. Bear is walking fairly well on leash and is doing great with his pack walks with other dogs. He likes other dogs and wants to play but has never been taught dog manners so we are working on his training. He loves to ride in the car in his crate. He is loving and sweet, a goofy, happy puppy who is grateful for any love and affection.
>>> Bear is really a large puppy and very strong, he will need an experienced GSD owner who will continue to teach Bear new things and socialize him. Because of Bear's size and energy level, we prefer an adult-only household for him. If you are interested in adopting Bear, please submit an application for review. Bear deserves a family of his own to love him and show him what a wonderful world there is out there. Are you that family?
Residents of VA, NC, or SC click to apply for Bear 2
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