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My name is Miyah!

German Shepherd Dog Dog for adoption in Wayland, Massachusetts - Miyah
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Miyah's Info...

I am already spayed, housetrained, purebred, and up to date with shots.

Miyah's Story...
Before calling about this dog, please read our adoption requirements at http://gsrne.org/requirements-for-adopting-from-gsrne

When Miyah was 6 years old, her family got a Golden Retriever puppy and decided they didn’t want Miyah any longer….they began asking their vet to euthanize her. This went on for two years, with the vet refusing to euthanize a healthy, friendly dog; thank goodness, a family member called GSRNE, after the vet suggested it.
Miyah is being fostered by one of our new foster homes, and her foster Dad’s name is Bill; he has not had a dog in a number of years, but his adult daughter has a young GSD and visits often. Bill has a large, fenced-in backyard and lives near a recreational area that has a stream for boating and trails for walking. Within a few days of Miyah’s move to his home, we were hearing how much she loves to play with a Jolly Ball, wade and swim in the stream, ride in his motorboat and just do whatever he was doing.
We were not surprised to hear, after just two weeks, that Bill wanted to apply to be Miyah’s adopter; she was even getting along with his cat. The older dogs in foster care often wait for months and months before we find an adopter who is willing to give them a forever home, so we were delighted to hear that Miyah had already found hers! She’s a beautiful, loving senior girl who deserves all the love and appreciation she’s getting now.
When Miyah was 6 years old, her family got a Golden Retriever puppy and decided they didn’t want Miyah any longer….they began asking their vet to euthanize her. This went on for two years, with the vet refusing to euthanize a healthy, friendly dog; thank goodness, a family member called GSRNE, after the vet suggested it.
Miyah is being fostered by one of our new foster homes, and her foster Dad’s name is Bill; he has not has a dog in a number of years, but his adult daughter has a young GSD and visits often. Bill has a large, fenced-in backyard and lives near a recreational area that has a stream for boating and trails for walking. Within a few days of Miyah’s move to his home, we were hearing how much she loves to play with a Jolly Ball, wade and swim in the stream, ride in his motorboat and just do whatever he was doing.
We were not surprised to hear, after just two weeks, that Bill wanted to apply to be Miyah’s adopter; she was even getting along with his cat. The older dogs in foster care often wait for months and months before we find an adopter who is willing to give them a forever home, so we were delighted to hear that Miyah had already found hers! She’s a beautiful, loving senior girl who deserves all the love and appreciation she’s getting now.
When Miyah was 6 years old, her family got a Golden Retriever puppy and decided they didn’t want Miyah any longer….they began asking their vet to euthanize her. This went on for two years, with the vet refusing to euthanize a healthy, friendly dog; thank goodness, a family member called GSRNE, after the vet suggested it.
Miyah is being fostered by one of our new foster homes, and her foster Dad’s name is Bill; he has not has a dog in a number of years, but his adult daughter has a young GSD and visits often. Bill has a large, fenced-in backyard and lives near a recreational area that has a stream for boating and trails for walking. Within a few days of Miyah’s move to his home, we were hearing how much she loves to play with a Jolly Ball, wade and swim in the stream, ride in his motorboat and just do whatever he was doing.
We were not surprised to hear, after just two weeks, that Bill wanted to apply to be Miyah’s adopter; she was even getting along with his cat. The older dogs in foster care often wait for months and months before we find an adopter who is willing to give them a forever home, so we were delighted to hear that Miyah had already found hers! She’s a beautiful, loving senior girl who deserves all the love and appreciation she’s getting now.
When Miyah was 6 years old, her family got a Golden Retriever puppy and decided they didn’t want Miyah any longer….they began asking their vet to euthanize her. This went on for two years, with the vet refusing to euthanize a healthy, friendly dog; thank goodness, a family member called GSRNE, after the vet suggested it.
Miyah is being fostered by one of our new foster homes, and her foster Dad’s name is Bill; he has not has a dog in a number of years, but his adult daughter has a young GSD and visits often. Bill has a large, fenced-in backyard and lives near a recreational area that has a stream for boating and trails for walking. Within a few days of Miyah’s move to his home, we were hearing how much she loves to play with a Jolly Ball, wade and swim in the stream, ride in his motorboat and just do whatever he was doing.
We were not surprised to hear, after just two weeks, that Bill wanted to apply to be Miyah’s adopter; she was even getting along with his cat. The older dogs in foster care often wait for months and months before we find an adopter who is willing to give them a forever home, so we were delighted to hear that Miyah had already found hers! She’s a beautiful, loving senior girl who deserves all the love and appreciation she’s getting now.

Facts about Miyah

  • Breed: German Shepherd Dog
  • Color: Black - With Tan, Yellow Or Fawn
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
  • Sex: Female

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Why Adoption is a Great Option

Miyah, a Wayland German Shepherd Dog dog was adopted! Here's how you can benefit by looking at adoption as an option to buying a German Shepherd Dog for sale in Wayland, or seeking a German Shepherd Dog dog from a breeder in Wayland.

  1. Rescues and shelter volunteers in Wayland already know the personality and tendencies of their pets. This means they can match you with the right pet. That will makes it much easier transition to owning a pet for yourself and your new pet.
  2. On average adoption fees are much less than you'd pay a Wayland breeder, or pet store. Plus most often rescue pets have already been to the veterinarian for a check-up, had a round of vaccinations, and are spayed or neutered. That is a lot of savings!
  3. You will become a hero, and give a needy dog or cat a loving home. In fact, there are even German Shepherd Dog breeders who help with German Shepherd Dog rescue. One puppy or kitten adopted in Wayland paves the way for another one to be saved.