When I first met my foster family I was scared and shy. I did not know what to expect. You see, I came from the local shelter. I had a very bad case of mange. Life was very hard until I was rescued by the Greater Houston German Shepherd Dog Rescue.
Once I recovered from mange, I was placed with a foster family. Life has been great! Being spoiled is AWESOME! My foster mom is so patient and kind. She loves giving me hugs and kisses! One of my favorite things is to lay next to her on the couch and watch TV. I also love running around the house and being petted. Who doesn't like getting attention?
I have two human foster siblings, Nick and Grace. Nick and I play soccer together. I love playing ball!
I am so proud to say that I am house broken and I am working on my crate training. My foster dad places me inside my crate every night and gives me treats! I complain a little, but I soon fall asleep.
I have four fur siblings. Foxy and Perritos are Chihuahuas, and they are not very fond of me, so I leave them alone. On the other hand, Storm (Belgium Malinois) and Bella (GSD) are the coolest! We play chase, hide and seek and catch the ball together!
Life has been amazing at my foster home, but it is time for me to find a forever home of my very own. So if you are looking for a smart, energetic but yet well behaved German Shepherd puppy, I am your guy!
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