Canela (which means Cinammon) is a 2 year old black and tan female German Shepherd that was dumped by her owners because she was "too vocal'. Dogs left in the back yard with no attention tend to bark. Well, no more worries for this girl because with the help of the Miracle GSD Network we sprung her from the Downey Shelter in CA and brought her here to NC. Her Miracle number is #719 which means she will always be safe and loved.
'Nela is a smart, beautiful girl with a lot of energy. She can be a little unruly and will definitely benefit from basic training. However, since being here at the rescue, she has already learned some manners. She is learning that in order to get what she wants she needs to behave and will now sit to go outside, for you to throw the ball or love on her and even to get her dinner. She does get very excited and does jump up on people and can even be a bit mouthy, however she does correct well and with continued direction and training will learn that behaviour like that is unacceptable. 'Nela is so beautiful that she feels she should be Queen of her own castle and would prefer to NOT share her home with other dogs or small animals. At this time we would suggest a home WITHOUT small children due to her need for additonal training. She should also go to a home that is experienced in German Shepherds.
Canela is UTD, HW-, microchipped, spayed and on flea/tick/HW preventatives prior to adoption. Adoption Fee $400
If you are interested in adopting Canela or any of the other JLGSR dogs, take a minute to fill out our adoption application at www.jettslegacy.com/adoption-application.html
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