found a new home!
Plenty of my friends are looking
for one too. Find a pet to adopt.
I am already spayed, housetrained, up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
We don't know where this girl has been the last few years, but she's been ripped apart by some other dogs, thus her odd ears. One has a notch out of it, the other is flapping in three parts. However, this does not deter her from being friendly with, and a companion to, many dogs. She does, however, get nervous when dogs initially run up to her.
In her foster home, Dalia has been running with all the other gsds - girls, boys, pups and adults. She's great. She is friendly to people of all sizes and ages; she's a good cuddle up doggie too.
Dalia is actually good with cats. When she sees them through a window, you would think she'd kill them, but face to face, loose in the house, she is good with kitty siblings. If you are interested in Dalia, your kitties would need to be good hang-out kitties with Dalia - not runners, no growling or hissing... these actions make Dalia very curious.
She is sleeping soundly in a crate at night, and she is house broken. She's got nice manners inside and out.
As we learn more about Dalia, we will post it. Meanwhile, she is living in a foster home in Pleasanton. She's a level 2 dog.
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.