I'm being cared for by: German Shepherd Rescue & Adoptions
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Facts about Riley(CL)
Breed: German Shepherd Dog
housetrained, purebred, and not good with cats.
I am housetrained, purebred, and not good with cats.
You can fill out an adoption application online on our official website.
COURTESY LISTING - Please contact person below with inquiries.
~19 months old. Kids and dogs TBD. Not good with cats.
PatriciaScott Boston, Massachusetts
Date Posted: 10/21/16
I am looking to rehome my 19 month old female GSD to an amazing family who has the time to give the attention and work she needs. I live in Braintree, MA. About Riley: We bought her at 3 months old, she is house trained, high energy level, not spayed, up to date on all of her shots distemper, rabies etc., I have all her papers (AKC), she can be skittish at times with people, inanimate objects (such as plastic bags, large crowds), she does not have much experience around children, can be nervous around other large dogs- Riley needs a bit more training when it comes to leash walks. She can play rough with humans at times (she’s been living with boys). She would be best fit in a home where she is the only pet, and being around older children and teenagers who can help care for Riley, her energy level, and continue her basic training.
I hope this GSD community can help me give Riley the best home. Please contact for rehoming fee. Individuals/families who are interested will be interviewed and will be able to meet Riley at a set date and time. Looking forward to hearing from you Thank you, Patricia Scott Contact email: email@example.com
PLEASE NOTE: THIS IS NOT A GSRA DOG. ONLY CONTACT THIS INDIVIDUAL ABOUT THIS DOG. THE CONTACT HAS NO AFFILIATION WITH GSRA AND GSRA CANNOT ANSWER QUESTIONS ABOUT THIS DOG.
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