Patriot is a friendly and sweet boy - He has a good level of energy. An ideal pet for a very active family!
He is crate trained; however, he will do wonderful with another female companion in an spacious yard where he can run and play there!
Patick is about 14 months old and he weights about 60 lbs now.
If interest in meeting this rescued boy; please contact the rescuer at 619-576-0747 by phone or texting for faster response or email her at veronica.aaofusa@gmail. com or at firstname.lastname@example.org
Or request his presence at our next adoption event or at our Meet & Greet appointments.
Come and meet them at our adoption event or call us for an appointment:
Event: Saturday 1/28 at 8843 Villa La Jolla Dr, La Jolla, 92037 (by Whole Foods)
More information about Golden Shepherds breeds bellow: LOVE!! LIVE!! RESCUE!! ADOPT!!
The German Shepherd Golden Retriever Mix, also known as the Golden Shepherd, is a medium to large cross breed between a Golden Retriever parent and a German Shepherd parent.
This hybrid dog is very popular nowadays and in very high demand from people that love both the German Shepherd and the Golden Retriever, and have always dreamed of having a little bit of both worlds .
When you mix these two dog breeds together, you get a little bit of the traits and characteristics of the German Shepherd dog, as well as a little bit of the traits and characteristics of the Golden Retriever dog.
The German Shepherd Golden Retriever Mix is bred by dog breeders that try their best to find out the best “pros” in each of the two dogs and breed for these positive points, and tries their best to find out the “cons” in each of the two dogs and try to avoid breeding for their characteristics and traits.
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