Bradie is a black and tan female GSD, about 5 years old. Her owner can no longer keep her because Bradie has megaesophagus and must be fed freely a few times a day, and her owner has to monitor her water intake. Her owner no longer has the time and resources to care for her properly, but she can keep her temporarily.
Bradie gets along with submissive dogs, preferably males. She could also do well as an only dog. She's also been around cats and does well. She is friendly to people, and gets along with children.
Bradie has had megaesophagus, so her feeding and water intake must be monitored, but it is under control, according to her owner. She is otherwise healthy. She should be fed a few times a day to be sure she keeps her food down. She's up to date with vet care and is spayed. Her owner can provide vet records.
Bradie would do best in a stable home that can take care of her condition. She needs a moderately active home where she can get regular exercise. She is housebroken, crate trained, has had training, and can walk on a leash.
If you'd like to meet Bradie, please contact her owner directly at firstname.lastname@example.org
GSDRGA has not met Bradie, she is not our foster dog. We are guest listing her. Please contact her owner to ask questions, or set up a meeting.
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