Karah is very agile, fun and social. She is well suited for jogging, running or hiking. Karah’s ideal home is with someone who is active and has the time for continued obedience classes. She is looking for the dedicated adopter who has the time to engage with her.
Due to her young age, Karah is best suited to a home with a fenced yard. She is currently too young for condo living. The first night Karah arrived into rescue, off she went to the mall for late night shopping! She did excellent in the store with all of the other people shopping and was also with her new foster brother (in the photo) and foster sister, Ivy, the puppy (also available for adoption).
Karah loves to play with other dogs. She wrestles and chases. Karah also loves toys and her ball. She is housebroken and crate-trained. Karah has not been tested yet with cats.
If you would like to adopt Karah, please visit our website and apply today!
PLEASE NOTE: The information contained within this biography is based on observations from the current foster home. In no way can we predict future behavior and or temperament as individual household dynamics vary greatly, and are impacted by the experience and leadership of those within the home.
The first step in the adoption process is to visit our website and submit an application: http://www.washingtongsd.org/application.html
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The adoption process includes completion of an adoption application, a vet check, a home visit and a lifetime adoption contract.
Adoptions are not done on a first come first serve basis. WA German Shepherd Rescue is the companion animal's advocate and will select the most suitably matched home for the dog's general needs and the unique needs of each individual dog in our care. We reserve the right to refuse service and adoption without explanation.
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