Luca is a handsome male German Shepherd who is 2 yr. old. He was surrendered to a shelter by his owner who became disabled and could no longer care for Luca.
His foster mom says that Luca loves kids and tolerates cats. He plays well with big dogs but can be overwhelming with little dogs. And as much as he loves kids, Luca would be best for older kids. He has a lot of energy and needs more training before he can be around little ones. Luca right now is a diamond in the rough - very sweet, learning manners and he wants very much to please you. He just needs to learn how and that is where obedience training would be recommended. His foster mom has begun training with him and Luca is proud to say he already knows "sit" and is working on "down." Luca will need a family with shepherd/strong dog experience who will work with him and help him be the best dog he can be.
Luca had a home once where he was loved and cared for and he wants very much to have a family of his own to love. If you would like to make Luca a part of your family, please copy the link and fill out an application.
Each dog's adoption fee varies depending on the age of the dog.
$300 for any dog 1 year and younger (PUPPY)
$250 for any dog 1-6 years (YOUNG & ADULT)
$200 for any dog 7 years (ADULT SENIOR)
All our adoptable dogs are up to date on vaccinations, heartworm testing, monthly preventative, and have been spayed or neutered.
Everyone must submit an application before an appointment is made to meet the dogs. Dogs are introduced to prospective adopters BY APPOINTMENT ONLY.
All dogs are fostered in TN unless stated otherwise.
***Not able to adopt? Consider FOSTERING one of our four-legged friends***
Donations to help us care for all the dogs in our program are also greatly appreciated and may be made from our main petfinder page: http://IDGSR.petfinder.com
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