Say hello to Ballymena (Mena)! She is one of the nine babies of the Irish litter…named after areas in Ireland! When she was about 3 weeks old, she was brought to a rural shelter in NC after being found on the side of the road with her mother and littermates. Mena has been raised and socialized on a farm, and she is ready for her “forever” home. We, of course, know that mama is a GSD, but we have no idea about daddy. A few of the puppies have very short tails and are fluffy (we’re hoping someone will donate a DNA test!), and several people have guessed dad may have been a Newfoundland. All puppies are microchipped, have their age-appropriate vaccinations and have been dewormed. If you are interested in adopting this sweetie, please contact your adoption coordinator. If you are not yet approved and in VA, NC or MD, you can complete an adoption application here: www.southeastgermanshepherdrescue.com. Mena is being fostered in Norfolk, VA.
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