Update: Thanks for dropping by. I’ve been in my foster home almost 3 weeks now and I am doing so good. I love my foster doggy siblings and we get along very well. I went to my first adoption event last week and I must say that I had a real nice time meeting people of all ages and dogs of all sizes. I’m learning to walk better on leash and my foster family also call me Hershel.
Hi There! So glad you stopped to see me. My name is Hershey and let me tell you a little about myself. You see, my family came upon some hard times, including losing their home and me and my siblings (Sasha, Hunter and Shelby) wound up living outside in the rain, cold, heat, wind and snow. We were so sad and lonely. The family asked for help and All Mutts Matter came to the rescue... literally. I am 2 years old, super sweet and active and I get along well with other dogs. I'm a cross between a Rottweiler and German Shepherd and as you can see, I have a very unusual and pretty brown coat which is a bit dull right now but with the proper nutrition that I am receiving, my coat will gleam soon enough. I listen very well and I'm eager to please and learn. Just like my siblings, I'd like to live with a family that has experience with dogs like me and be treated like one of the family. Sasha went to her new home today and as much as I miss her, I'm happy that she has a new family to love her. I also enjoy riding in the car, giving kisses, taking walks and snuggling. I'm working on walking on a leash better too. I am partially housetrained and well on my way to becoming fully trained. I'm also neutered, micro chipped, fully vaccinated and wormed. If I seem like the kind of dog you would like to join your family, please go to www.allmuttsmatter.org and fill out an adoption application (located under the 'Adoption Info' tab) to adopt me. Thanks again for looking to adopt a dog and I really hope to hear from you soon. Hugz, Hershey.
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