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.
~~Hi, I'm Luna 2, a beautiful blue sable and tan girl. I weigh 70 lean pounds and my Foster Mom says I am a sweetheart.
I was kept outside in my life before rescue and it appears I was forced to have many litters of puppies to make money for my owners. Then, I somehow ended up in a scary place called an animal shelter. SGSR saved me in the nick of time and now I know I will always be safe and loved. I live indoors, have a soft bed and don't have to worry if I will have food. I love eating! Yum! I also really like car rides, back scratches, hanging out with my people, taking naps, and going for walks. I get excited about walks and just can't help singing the song of my people at first. I settle down though and then I try hard to walk politely on a leash. I'm still working on that but I am making progress.
I live with my foster mom and dad, four dog-savvy kids, three other dogs (a Lab, a German Shepherd Dog and a Yorkie mix) as well as three cats. I am friendly and kind to everyone and don't chase the cats unless they run away. That is just too tempting. I like the other dogs to know I am the boss but once that is established, I am a good friend to them. I have nice manners and am crate trained and house trained. I do need to be let out more than some other adult dogs. I think it might be hard for me to "hold it" for very long periods of time because I had so many puppies. That is hard on a girl's body, you know!?
My age is a mystery because I have had such a hard life, but the vet guesses I am about five years young. I am healthy in every way except I have a hard time with my skin. The "blue" genetics that make me so unique and pretty also make me prone to skin issues. I need a family willing to give me lots of TLC to stay as healthy and gorgeous as possible. I will need occasional meds, grain free food and special baths to accomplish that.
My Foster Mom cannot say enough good about me and says I am sweet and funny and an "easy-keeper". She says anyone who is lucky enough to adopt me will just adore me.
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.
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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