Please consider that many of these dogs have been abandoned, ignored by their previous owners, or turned in to a shelter, having little interaction with someone who cares about them. When adopted, they will need time to adjust to the changes in their life.
Julie is available on "FOSTER TO ADOPT" basis to someone who preferably doesnt have any other dogs.
Julie is a beautiful six year old GSD whose life has been turned upside down after being surrendered by her former owner and the only life she knew for the last several years. She is a youthful and affectionate dog with people, just LOVES to play ball, receive a nice belly rub and/or go for long walks. After being adopted, her former owner brought in another female dog and the two dogs lived peacefully for some time, then turned on each other and Julie was the one who was removed from the home. What we have observed is, Julie is selective about her canine friends but she absolutely cannot live with another female dog. She has, however, enjoyed the company of numerous male companions. As loving as Julie is with kids, we have observed that she gets overly excited with toys that move (trucks, etc), so it may be best for her to go to a home with children who are at least 10 years old. She absolutely LOVES to chase a ball and is very obedient. She has lived with a cat and has been taught not to chase it. Julie falls into that age range that often don't get a lot of attention, but this girl would love it if the right person offered her a second chance at life in a loving home. Julie's adoption fee is $200.
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