He quickly mastered leash skills. I was brave one day and walked all four dogs at the same time. He walked right with the pack! Otherwise his pulling is minimal and he's super excited to get to check out new things. We've been working on commands like sit and shake. In one of the pictures, you can see that he has very large paws, which indicates that he'll be a BIG dog! With good nutrition and health care, his coat is filling in nicely, and he is fluffy and soft! Like all young dogs, Kirk will need an adopter who is willing to commit to daily exercise and training. GSDs are large dogs, and patience and training are essential in their puppy years so they can grow up to be well behaved members of the pack. As much as we will miss him, it's time for Captain Kirk to explore the final frontier: a forever family of his very own!
Special Considerations for Adoption: *Kirk is recommended for older children only.
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