found a new home!
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I am already spayed, housetrained, up to date with shots, good with dogs, and good with cats.
Akira is approximately 1-2 year old German Shepherd. She appears to be purebred, although we do not know for sure. Akira originally came from another shelter and was adopted, however, due to circumstances, she had to be returned recently.
Akira is vet checked, vaccinated, spayed, heartworm tested negative, microchipped, and is started on her flea/tick/heartworm preventatives.
Akira has been introduced to other dogs, both large and small, and she does fairly well. Akira is more dominant in personality and seems to prefer male dogs over female dogs. Akira pays no attention to the cats in her foster home at all.
Akira is timid and wary of people at first, but she warms up. She is currently working on socialization and manners when meeting new people and she's been doing wonderful with the direction of her foster mom. Akira would do best in a home with children over the age of 10 years. Akira will need continued work and socialization with meeting new people but she is off to an amazing start.
Akira is a sweet and loving girl once you get to know her. She is a busy girl and has a high energy level. She is always keeping watch on what is going on around her and she loves to run! Akira is used to running 3 or more miles everyday. Akira needs a home who is willing to provide her with the exercise and mental stimulation she needs. She is incredible smart and has learned many commands. - including come, sit, down, kennel up, wait, stay, and a few others. She likes to please, but also has a stubborn independent streak in her. Akira is kennel trained, but she is also belived to be housetrained as she has not had accidents in her current foster home.
Akira loves to play fetch, but she doesn't always bring the toy back right away, but she's catching on more and more each day. Akira also loves to chew on bones and rawhides. Akira is treat motivated and easily picks up on new commands and rules. With continued leadership, socialization, and the needed mental/physical exercise she needs, Akira will make an amazing companion for someone! She would also excell at earning her Canine Good Citizenship Award!!!