Breed: Shepherd (Unknown Type)/German Shepherd Dog Mix
Size: Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
already neutered, up to date with shots, good with kids, and good with dogs.
I am already neutered, up to date with shots, good with kids, and good with dogs.
I arrived at this shelter 1/29/05 I was picked up for running at larger in a small town in Kansas and never claimed by my owners so the City of Sterling surrender me to this shelter. I can be just a little shy with some people but with the ones working here I am just fine with, along with other dogs. I have learned a doggie door and I do like the air conditioning but as I have short hair I could be an inside dog if you would let me. I was the age 3 to 4 months on 1/31/05 and weight when I got my Rabies shot was 29 lbs. 3/11/05. I have not been around cats so do not know if I would like them or not, I could use some obediance training as I do like to jump up to say hello. Update 04/09/12 I am now 7 yrs of age and weight around 74.8 lbs.
Pets Miracle Network is a non-profit no-kill rescue. We take in all kinds of needy dogs and cats, even elderly or those with health issues. All pets have every medical need met, including heartworm test and prevention, vaccinations, dentals if needed, and are altered. All pets are given lots of love and care. They live in large kennels, heated and air conditioned, and when the weather is nice, the dogs have fenced acres to run and play.
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