If you're interested in adopting any SGSR dog, please read about our Adoption Process and fill out an Adoption Application. Visit our website for more information, including Frequently Asked Questions.
~~Hi, my name is Vidia! My foster mom says I’m around 6 years old but I act more like a 1 year old puppy! I was surrendered to the shelter because my family could no longer care for me. I'm not too upset, though, since I have a great foster family that takes good care of me. I know they will find me the perfect furever home. I love to play, if only my fur foster sisters weren’t so little. My human foster sister is my very favorite! I love to cuddle with her, follow her around and I even try to curl in her lap like the little ones do. I love my crate and I don’t mind sleeping in it at night but I’m still learning to wait until my sissy gets home from school before I potty. Momma says she thinks I may have been crate trained once since I like to go inside it to eat. She has been working with me on a routine and thinks if I have one that I will do great in my new home! I love walks and people, kids especially. I even love cats and dogs of all sizes! Everyone I meet always tells me how sweet and pretty I am and that always makes me happy. I have to be on special dog food because I have something called PAF, or perianal fistula. It doesn't slow me down but I take special medicine to help me be my best. I am being fostered in Fayetteville, NC. If you are interested in giving me a furever home of my own, please work with your adoption coordinator or apply for adoption at southeastgermanshepherdrescue.com. You must live in MD, NC or VA to adopt.
Our adoption process consists of a telephone interview, a call to your veterinarian and a home visit. If you have any questions about the adoption process please contact email@example.com .
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