She is a German Shepherd, approximately 5 years and weighs 95 lbs.
You wouldn't know by looking at this beauty that that she has endured some physical pain and a couple of surgeries to get her well.
Inga had a huge tumor on her tummy when she was found. She was in obvious discomfort. Her tumor was removed along with other smaller ones - all tested benign! She has been spayed and microchipped. Now she is waiting for a home where she can be included as a family member. Her new family will need to be patient and have an understanding that she seems to have had bad experiences. She is just now learning to play with other dogs. Her foster dad says that she tolerates one of his dogs and doesn't like the other so she might be best suited to be the only dog in the house. We don't know if she is ok with cats. She is house trained and listens well. She needs comfort at times and a smooth firm voice to calm her down. She is a loving dog and loves her humans.
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