My name is Eva 3162!

German Shepherd Dog Dog for adoption in Sterling, Virginia - Eva 3162
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I'm being cared for by:
Virginia German Shepherd Rescue

Facts about Eva 3162

  • Breed: German Shepherd Dog
  • Color: Black - With Gray Or Silver
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
  • Sex: Female
  • ID#: 4857664-3162
You can fill out an adoption application online on our official website.

Please contact Sue ( for more information about this pet.

Update:May 26, 2016. Eva just turned 5 years old on April 29!! She is maintaining her weight at around 53 pounds!!  Still a happy, fun, funny, little girl. She  broke her toe a few months ago, but has recovered well from that!!

Update: July 7, 2014. Eva just turned 3 in April and is doing well. She is now up to 54 pounds and still lovin' life! 

Aren't I the cutest thing?? OK they say attitude is everything and boy do I have that! Well I have to... you see I was born with megaesophagus, making me a special needs dog. I have to be fed a few times during the day and I have to eat 'standing up.' And my food needs to be blended to milkshake consistency. After I eat, my foster mom has this contraption thing called a Baileys Chair that she puts me in to hang out for a bit so my food stays down in my stomach.  My mom says it's not hard at all, it just takes a little extra time to feed me, that's all.  Megaesophagus has not slowed me down one bit.  I still like to do all the things dogs like to do, you know..chasing squirrels, tormenting my foster sisters and brothers, going for car rides, playing Frisbee..doggy stuff!! 

Check out this website for more info on megaesophagus:

Check out my Facebook photo album to see what Ive been up to. You don't need to have a Facebook account to look!!

(Note from foster moms) Eva is a very special pup, not only because she has a special need - she is just adorable and oh so kissable! She will need a home that understands her needs and the time she requires to make sure she will thrive for years to come. Please do your research before considering her as your new family member. She will be worth it! Megaesophagus does not mean a death sentence. It merely means a lifestyle adjustment for dog and owner. So you think you can handle me and my 'mega issue'? Approved adopters please contact:

Visit this organization's web site to see any additional information available about this pet.

About Virginia German Shepherd Rescue

About Our Rescue Group...

We provide a valuable service by finding good homes for the German Shepherd Dogs in our care. In the seven plus years that we have been in existence, we have found homes for over 2,400 deserving dogs. We are currently enlisting active volunteers to help with the task of placing some really wonderful, but homeless, German Shepherd Dogs. Our goal is to place all GSDs that are accepted into our Rescue in loving homes in which the GSD and the family will thrive together.

Come Meet Our Pets...

We currently holding adoption events at the following places please check our website for updated dates and times:

46220 Potomac Run Plaza
Sterling, VA 20164

2310 Legge Blvd.
Winchester, VA 22601

13241 Gateway Center Dr.
Building P
Gainesville, VA 20155

Our Adoption Process...

An applicant first submits an application form with a non-refundable $10.00 (cash or check only) processing fee. VGSR reviews the application, then schedules an interview and home visit during which a number of questions are asked and the home is reviewed to be sure there is a contained/safe yard, and to meet the family involved. Once the application is approved, the applicant is asked to submit a $250.00 (cash or check ONLY) minimum adoption donation to VGSR to help defray the costs of getting the dog fully vetted and ready to be adopted, and the adoption is completed.