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Rescue Group: German Shepherd Rescue of Northern California-Fresno
|Breed:||German Shepherd Dog Mix||Color:||Black - With Tan, Yellow Or Fawn||Age:||Adult|
|Size:||Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)||Sex:||Female|
Choice is a happy 3-4 year old female German Shepherd. She LOVES people. She greets people warmly and loves to be petted. She is also very gentle with kids and would probably do well with kids older than 8.
Choice is currently residing in San Jose with 2 male dogs and is playing well with them. While she does play well with dogs, she does not necessarily need a brother or sister as long as her new family gives her lots of attention.
She is not cat friendly.
Choice was found as a stray and picked up at the San Martin shelter. Not much is known about her but she appears to have had at least one litter of puppies. She was spayed just recently prior to entering the program.
This little girl appears to have had some training although not much. She knows “sit” and “down” however “stay” needs a lot of work. Choice appears to have some dominant tendencies and will need a strong leader to work and train with.
Training is a MUST for this little girl and she would do best with someone who wants to make her apart of everyday tasks. She is crate trained and can easily stay in it over night or for a few hours during the day.
Choice is a level 3 dog.
Your first step to adopt any of our wonderful German Shepherds is to complete our
Adoption Questionnaire . While you're on our website take a moment and view the other adoptable German Shepherds .
After we receive your online Adoption Questionnaire, we will call you to begin the adoption process. We encourage potential adopters to come to one or more Adoption Days, because that is the best way to meet several German Shepherds and to find your new companion. If you attend an Adoption Day and choose a dog, you may be able to adopt the same day, if all adoption requirements are met.
If you cannot come to any Adoption Day, we can still assist you, this may take longer because the people who will help you are volunteers who usually have jobs, and scheduling meetings with dogs can be complex because our dogs live in many homes and kennels.
We do not adopt to homes outside of Northern California.