Kenny was dumped on a rural Georgia Road in the 95 degree heat! He was roaming from street to street and home to home for about a month before Rescue was notified. He is a 2 to 3-year-old shepherd mix. He is the friendliest happiest sweetest boy. He is good with adults. His eyes are so loving and you just know that he's waiting for his new family. He is good with children. He is great with dogs. Cats unknown. He seems crate trained and house trained.He is very cuddly and loving. He listens well. He is a strong dog and will need basic training. He does walk on a leash but he is a puller so best to have adult children or adults walking him at first.His ideal family would be someone who is active and another dog in the home. He also would needA secure yard he can run and play in until he settles in. A family who goes hiking or is very active would be great for him. He tends to want to climb up on the fence and could get out so it is important he has a secure area and would not be left unattended outside for long.All he really wants is to be with his people and his dog friends. Kenny will make a wonderful addition to any family Who is looking for a beautiful Shepherd.he is fully vetted and heartworm negative. At his ideal weight he will probably weigh about 75 pounds. He is just waiting for that perfect family.
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