Anika is an amazing 6-7 yr old German Shepherd dog . She found herself almost bald and abandoned at a high kill shelter . She had a horrific skin condition and was in alot of pain ..but this did not break her spirit what her humans did to her as she remains the most loving dog ever . She had healed up and all her hair grew back and then set off to her journey of behavioral modification as she lacked in social skills with other dogs.
Anika has completed 5 weeks of extensive training at Doggie Do Good and comes with a LIFETIME guarantee for her training transferable to her adopter .
Anika requires a strong pack leader as an owner and will do great in a home with children and other large breed dogs .
Stella's Hope is an all breed K-9 rescue located in Orange County, CA. We are a 501 c3 registered non profit charity whose focus is on rescuing, rehabilitating, and rehoming abandoned, neglected, and abused dogs throughout Southern California. Our rescue dogs are all UTD on vaccines (age appropriate), micro-chipped and spayed/neutered (age appropriate). We only adopt our rescue dogs to families located in Southern California, no out of state adoptions. We need a completed/approved application and homecheck prior to setting up any meet and greets. Please visit our website at www.stellashope.org and complete an application by clicking on the adopt tab.
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