I'm being cared for by: Great Northwest German Shepherd Rescue of Oregon
Help me get seen & adopted!
Facts about SAM VON STADTRODA
Breed: German Shepherd Dog
Color: Black - With Tan, Yellow Or Fawn
Size: Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
already neutered, housetrained, purebred, in need of an experienced adopter, up to date with shots, and not good with cats.
SAM VON STADTRODA's Info...
I am already neutered, housetrained, purebred, in need of an experienced adopter, up to date with shots, and not good with cats.
SAM VON STADTRODA's Story...
SAM VON STADTRODA's Story...
Sam von Stadtroda is a stunning 6-7 year old, very well trained German Shepherd, that needs a loving forever home. He is currently housed in temporary kennels in Los Angeles and is hoping to live in the Pacific Northwest some day soon. Sam is everything you have dreamed of in a German Shepherd: strong, loyal, intelligent and sweet. He is a mid-energy guy that loves to show off when playing fetch. He loves his toys and displays some characteristic working-dog traits. Sam shows you his affection by giving you his toys and has been known to present his favorite Frisbee to his handler’s friends to throw for him. Once Sam bonds with you, he will demonstrate his loyalty by protecting you from others and will need proper introduction to your house guests. Sam is not bothered by loud noises and seems especially drawn to fire trucks and police cars (perhaps showing his inclination to work), but he is not a fan of bicycles or skateboards screaming by him on the sidewalk. In his foster home, Sam has shown remarkable house manners. He will only get on furniture if invited. He is also housebroken and non-destructive when left alone. Sam is so intelligent -- he knows his advanced commands in English and in German and always seems to understand you. He even knows his toys by name. Sam would love to be in a home where he is the only dog with a GSD-savvy, mature owner, and no children. He does prefer females but will also bond with a man. If you are a person alone or a female couple needing protection from intruders, Sam would be your perfect match, especially if you have a big yard for him to play fetch in. If you adopt Sam, you will find yourself with the most loyal and devoted friend you’ll ever have. Sam’s adoption fee is $245 plus fees for transportation to OR/WA and a health certificate. Ground transportation up the Interstate 5 corridor is available for approximately $225 and takes about 24-30 hours from LA. Please email us and we will send you the link for his application. Once you submit your application, someone will call you from Westside German Shepherd Rescue of LA to discuss Sam’s attributes and characteristics with you in detail. Thank you for reaching out to a rescue to adopt your next dog!
About Great Northwest German Shepherd Rescue of Oregon
We are a newly formed 501 c 3, nonprofit German Shepherd Rescue organization based out of Lake Oswego, OR. We save German Shepherds from being destroyed at high-kill shelters in SoCal, transport them to the Northwest, and try to place them in local foster homes while they await their adoption and forever homes.
Come Meet Our Pets...
Most dogs are either in foster homes or private kennel care. If an interested party wishes to meet the dog that is available for adoption, the foster or Rescue representative can bring the dog to the potential adopter's home or neutral meeting location of choice. No dogs are at a public kennel for viewing.
Our Adoption Process...
Our tax-deductible adoption fee is dependent upon the dog available for adoption, usually ranging from $295 to $450, depending primarily on the dog's age and past training. We have an adoption questionnaire for each applicant to fill out as well as an adoption contract for successful dog/owner matches. Adopters preferably will have a fenced area for the dog to play in and be able to spend a great deal of time with their new German Shepherd.
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