If you're interested in adopting any SGSR dog, please read about our Adoption Process and fill out an Adoption Application. Visit our website for more information, including Frequently Asked Questions.
~~Hi my name is Liberty, but everyone calls me Libbey! I'm kind of a special gal and need someone to see my potential. I'm five years old but was adopted out from SGSR as a pup. My family separated and my heart broke. I handled my broken heart inappropriately and developed separation anxiety so I was returned to SGSR to receive some help. SGSR has helped me tremendously and I have slowly overcome my separation anxiety all the while learning new commands. I am completely obedience and off-leash trained and will come with an electronic collar and a lesson to teach you how to use it properly. I am a spry girl and enjoy pouncing on toys, going on walks and really love going on those car rides. My foster mom has made sure that I'm super social and has taken me to Lowe's, Ross and other dog friendly places. I am on my best behavior and enjoy the quality time I get to spend with my human. Did I mention that I get along well with cats, dogs, and two-legged pups (kids)? Being fun-size, I am a breeze to handle and will fit in your lap quite easily. My foster parents say I'll make a good dog if given the appropriate time to adjust into a new home. Will you give me your time, love and dedication? I almost forgot to mention that I am housebroken. Think I might be the one? Please work with your adoption coordinator. If you are not yet approved to adopt, please apply at southeastgermanshepherdrescue.com. I am being fostered outside of Jacksonville, NC.~~
************************************************************************************** Liberty is a darling, petite, loveable one and a half year old black and tan female. She has the cutest little white speck on the top of her head. Besides a little sneezing, she is the happiest, most well adjusted dog you will ever meet. She loves meeting all different people and dogs and giving out an abundance of kisses! She's playful and pops up like popcorn when she's ready to wrestle with a friend or two! Liberty loves children of all ages and recently spent an hour playing with her new adoptive little sister. Her new one and a half year old sister had her arm around Liberty's neck walking her around the yard and she enjoyed every minute of it! Liberty loves exploring the world on walks or in the car. She's happy to be where ever her new family is or is going! Lady Liberty is a breeze at the vets and enjoys all the attention at the local pet stores. At her last vet appointment she weighed in at 55lbs which is up from 47 lbs when she was first fostered a week ago. This little girl has so much love to give and cannot wait to spend the rest of her playful life with the right family!
Our adoption process consists of a telephone interview, a call to your veterinarian and a home visit. If you have any questions about the adoption process please contact firstname.lastname@example.org .
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