NEW BEGINNINGS SHEPHERD RESCUE Locations in Holly Hill and Pelzer, SC
Greta is a sweet young girl, about 2 years old. She appears to be a purebred German Shepherd. She is housebroken, crate trained and we think would do well with one other dog in the family, but not multiple dogs......she lived previously with another small dog in the house with her and did well. She is not accustomed to being with any children, so we do not know how she would react to them. She can be very affectionate but, sadly, did not get a lot of attention in her previous home. It would seem that no one has spent time with this girl to teach her how to play . . . she needs an owner with lots of love to give her and time to spend to make her feel like part of the family . . .
Her adoption donation, which is tax deductible, is 350 and helps to recoup some of the costs involved in helping me and the other dogs here get to NBSR, get us vetting and anything we may need to get us back to good health.
If you are interested in adopting this dog, please submit an application via our website, please indicate the dog you are interested in meeting, where it says preference on the application! You may also email firstname.lastname@example.org for information about Greta, we are always happy to answer any questions you may have. Our adoption applications are available at www.newbeginningsrescue.com
Thank you for rescuing..........if you give them your heart, they will give you theirs.
If you are interested in adopting this dog, please email email@example.com we are always happy to answer any questions you may have. Our adoption applications are available at www.newbeginningsrescue.com, IF YOU HAVE SUBMITTED AN ADOPTION APPLICATION AND HAVE NOT HEARD FROM US....PLEASE CHECK YOUR SPAM FOLDER.
Thank you for rescuing, ..........if you give them your heart, they will give you theirs.
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