Shiloh and Ellie Will need to be placed in a home together and cannot be adopted seperately. They are currently outside dogs and will probably not be able to make the transition to live inside a home. Shiloh is a German Shepherd mix and Ellie is a mid content wolfdog.
Shiloh came in as a shut down boy afraid of the world. He has come out of his shell and is searching for a home to call his own. This special boy will require a quiet place and a gentle and patient owner. Shiloh is great on leash, does not pull, and walks at your side, even when walking past another dog on the other side of the road he will just ignore them even if they are barking at him! Shiloh especially loves playing with his girl Ellie (seen in the first photo) and the 2 of them will run and romp. Shiloh is easily contained as long as he has another female companion to keep him company and doesn't get lonely. Shiloh is not a jumper and is very well mannered along with being crate-trained. Once Shiloh puts his trust in you he loves to play with his human companions and wants to be with the ones he trusts. This boy has had such a hard life from the beginning and is looking for a home that will allow him to feel secure constantly.
Ellie is an unfortunate abuse story that has left her traumatized. Ellie prior to coming to us had been shot in the leg, although physically she is perfectly fine. Ellie is very shy and finds it difficult to trust humans. She is a gorgeous girl and the 2 of the will make great pets for someone with a quiet home and who can devote their time to helping these 2 live a wonderful life, a life they have been deprived of since birth.
Shiloh and Ellie's adoption donation is $150 each, and they come with lifetime support with Kim Kapes who is a K9 Relations Specialist.
For further information and adoption application forms please either email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 407-495-8954.
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