***UPDATE***Shiloh was returned to us as his family is going through life altering changes and can no longer provide for him as needed. However, he was very much loved by them and he was very attached to them. Upon Shiloh's return, he showed signs of being reactive to strangers and protective of his family. He was also reactive to other dogs. However, he was very friendly, comfortable with and trusting of his family and their bond was evident. He is currently with a reputable trainer so that he can become better socialized and we will provide further updates as we get them from the trainer.
Original Post: Update:Shiloh has really come out of his shell while being with a MAGSR trainer. He has shown that he loves all people he meets and will romp around the play yard chasing after balls. He will bond quickly to his people and is a very loyal boy. He also gets along great with other dogs and knows how to play nicely with them. He will sit for a treat and loves belly rubs. He jumps when excited but corrects easily and is super smart. Overall he is a fun, exuberant, sweet boy waiting patiently for that perfect someone to give him the home he deserves.
Shiloh came to us from a shelter. He is a very smart boy who catches on quickly. He is good with other dogs and has been friendly with the adults he has met.
Shiloh requires someone who will commit to his ongoing training as he has a lot to learn.
He will require an experienced an adopter who has experience with GSD's. He is currently living with our trainer as he benefits from daily training.
Visit our website at www.magsr.org for more info and to fill out our online adoption application.
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