***THIS DOG IS LOCATED IN THE INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA AREA***
Ginger is a beautiful 3 year old spayed female Anatolian Shepherd Dog. She is good with other dogs, including small dogs. She is good with cats as well. Her owners would like to find a home for her with a person or family that has time to give her attention and exercise.
Ginger is housebroken and walks on leash. She has good indoor manners in the house. She is good with children, however, she may knock a toddler/younger child over in her excitement. She is a big girl, 110 lbs and 34 inches at the shoulder so she can easily cause little ones to take a tumble when she gets excited.
Transport options may be available, depending on where you live. Please email for more information firstname.lastname@example.org
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This dog is currently adoptable but is not a part of or associated with National Anatolian Shepherd Rescue Network (NASRN), including NASRN’s adoption and/or fostering programs.
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