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.
~~Hello I am Luna 2, a dark-colored German Shepherd. I am not sure I remember much from before I was rescued, but I am pretty sure I was outside all of the time. Then I ended up at this awful place called a shelter and at three weeks my time was almost up. So my foster mom came just in the nick of time. Now I get to spend time inside with a bed, and I don’t have to worry about where I will get food. I am very food motivated! I love to walk on a leash and get excited and sort of sing when I see the leash come out. I get along well with both male and female dogs but my foster mom says I need a proper introduction (whatever that means) because I get so excited when meeting a new dog I like to run right up on them and bark. I currently live with 2 large male GSDs and I love them. I am crate trained but do not really need to be in a crate because I will just sleep on my bed and not bother anything. I am housebroken, but I have to be let out at night and early in the morning or I will have trouble holding it. The first vet thought I was 8 years old. After being fostered, I went back to the vet and he thought I was more like 5-6 and that I had just had a hard life and looked older than my years. Now I love to play with balls although sometimes I don’t bring them back. And I LOVE water play. There are these foster cats that are interesting. Mostly they sit around but one likes to run and I can’t help but try to chase. I love to sit next to my people inside by their chairs. I would do best in a home with a non-dominant female dog and either no cats or dog-savvy cats that will not prompt me to chase. I have not been around small children but I do just fine around older ones. Foster mom says I have had a difficult first part of life and that I deserve to have some comfort and fun now!
If you'd like to meet me, please let your adoption coordinator know. If you are not yet approved, and you're in our adoption territory of VA, NC or MD, you can find our adoption application at our website, www.southeastgermanshepherdrescue.com. I am being fostered in Yadkinville, NC.
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