Hello, my name is Bauldr. I am a 60 lb , 5 yr old GSD. I was found abandoned at an apartment complex. I am very thin and was light positive for heartworms. I am now heartworm negative. I am an affectionate gentle giant that LUVS my middle aged female humans. I cannot be left in a fenced yard by myself as I will try to go find you , then get lost. We perceive he has had neglect and abuse. He isn't agressive, just ultra sensitive. I don't get along with male GSDS, alpha dogs and I like to pester horses and chickens. I am looking for a moderate middle aged active family or female or a recently retired couple that will let me hang out with you all the time in the house with dog pillows while you work. I am crate trained. I will bond with my alpha female human pretty quick, but will need a year of individualized dog training without any distractions and Love. Once I bond with my human middle aged female, I will be bonded to you for life. I do like walks and car rides. I am also looking for a family or female that has owned family GSDs. No cats or children!!
For information on how to adopt me, please contact my foster parents at firstname.lastname@example.org. L&S Dog Diggity Rescue is headquartered in San Antonio, Texas, where there are over 350,000 homeless pets. We save homeless and abandoned dogs and find them loving forever homes in other areas, where pet homelessness is not epidemic. All of our pets are located here, in San Antonio, and we partner with Paws Without Borders and other rescues to provide transportation for our pets to their new homes. Our adoption fee includes vet care (vaccinations, spay/neuter, microchipping, etc), as well as transportation and health certificate. Please contact us to ask about our adoption process and our adoption fees. You can contact us directly at email@example.com, visit our website at www.dogdiggityrescue.com.
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