If you’re looking for the perfect pooch, look no further than Rianne! Rianne arrived at The Barking Lot in September, 2015 from San Bernardino County. We were immediately struck both by Rianne’s beauty and her gentle nature. While Rianne is a big girl – fully-grown at about 70-80 pounds – she is extremely gentle, calm, and good-natured. She walks perfectly on a leash – never pulls and always stays right by your side. At four-years-old, Rianne is well-past any puppy shenanigans and has the wisdom and maturity (and mastering of basic commands) that comes with age. Given her black-and-tan coloring, overall build, and gorgeous face, we are pretty sure this lady is all German Shepherd. Rianne gets along well with other dogs, and currently shares her kennel with bestie, Iman. Iman and Rianne are quite funny together, as Iman is the goofball of the group and Rianne is the laidback, stoic partner. Rianne would love an active home that would keep her active on hikes and strolls around town, and understands a Shepherd’s need for structure and stimulation. While she would love a yard, she would do OK in a smaller living environment, as long as her daily exercise needs were being met. Rianne walks well on a leash, does well in a crate, knows some basic commands, and is an overall perfect pup, in our humble opinions! Did we mention she's housebroken? If an amazing, gentle, loyal German Shepherd is what you’re looking for, you must submit an application for Rianne today!
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