COURTESY POSTING FOR BO (SHEPHERD): 5 years old / 80 lbs. I’m Bo, a handsome German Shepherd mix looking for my new home! You see, I was adopted from the Paulding County Animal Shelter as a puppy by my current family. I have enjoyed the last 5 years spent with them, but due to some life changes, it is time for a new adventure with a new family and more furry friends. I can’t wait for more attention and love! I currently have a fur sister that I love playing with and would love more doggie siblings to play with. I have a lot of energy, and love to be outside playing with my ball. I am also fond of water, so maybe we can do some water sports together! Even though I have a lot of energy and I am a big boy, I love to be inside too and cuddle as much as possible. I have also been around horses and like to keep them in check by chasing them, but I have not been around any other animals just yet. I am a great candidate for kids, since I love so much attention. I really need a lot of room to run, and a fence is a must. I do tend to be a bit nervous in new places until I get settled and may need a little extra love, so please be patient with me as I adjust to a new situation. I am a big old baby at heart and can’t wait to meet you. Please give me the opportunity to meet your family, and I know you’ll love me! I am neutered, micro-chipped, and current on my heart worm prevention and all of my vaccinations. My adoption fee is $100. Please contact Jessica Burleson at firstname.lastname@example.org or 678-524-2476 for much more information about me, as I do not come to Mostly Mutts adoptions. This is a courtesy posting. Mostly Mutts has no first-hand knowledge of Bo and explicitly disclaims any liability for any situation arising from this private adoption.
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