I am already neutered, housetrained, purebred, up to date with shots, good with kids, and good with cats.
Snoopy is an adult (about 6-years-old) German Shepherd mix who was abandoned by his
former owners in late January ("Moving") and rescued within only a few hours of
being euthanized. During the course of his two months in foster
care, Snoopy has transformed from an extremely scared and sad dog
into a loving and loyal friend. Snoopy is intelligent and loyal,
and people in the neighborhood often comment about how
beautiful-looking he is. He is neutered, completely house-trained,
and is very calm indoors; he can be left alone during the course of
a workday or for the evening without barking and disrupting
neighbors. Though he did not seem accustomed to going on walks
when he was first placed in foster care, he now does very well on a
leash and loves going on long walks in the park.
An ideal home for Snoopy would be in a house with a yard and/or with people
who can give him plenty of exercise, and with owners who are experienced with German Shepherds or Dobermans.
The current foster
parents often travel for work during the summer months, so it is
critical that we place Snoopy in a new foster or adoptive home as soon as possible. Can you help us to complete the miracle of
Snoopy’s eleventh-hour rescue and provide him with the loving home
that he craves? Please call (212) 427-8273.