If you would like to take me home please complete a Pet Adoption Application
My name is China and I am a young, happy, female Pure bred German Shepherd. After I came in as a stray I had to have one of my front legs amputated because someone was cruel to me for no reason. When I was found my leg was tied off and had been for quite some time. I had lost all blood flow to that leg so there was no other choice but to amputate it. Since the surgery I have actually been feeling better and moving around better than I was when I was just lugging the dead leg around with me. I am so grateful to the person that found me and brought me in to get me the help and medical care that I deserved. One might think having only three legs would slow me down but it has not! I love all people, going for walks, car rides, laying in the grass, resting my head on someone's lap, and having my belly rubbed. I am also kennel or house trained but I am looking for a home where someone is home all of the time, works from home, or is out of the house a max of 2-3 hrs a day so I am not left alone. Honestly I have been through a lot and I deserve to be spoiled. The only downside to me is that I prefer to be the only dog in the house and I do not care for cats. Please come meet me and you will see what a loving, special girl I truly am!!!
If you are interested in this sweet dog please fill out an online application at www.camppapillon.org/application.html. Your application will not be processed until such time that the required photos have been submitted. Once we have received your photos your application will be processed immediately. Please understand we receive multiple applications and our adoptions are not on a first come, first serve bases. If the pet you have chosen has already been adopted we would be more than happy to process your application for a future adoption.
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