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Breed
German Shepherd Dog
Color
Tricolor (Tan/Brown & Black & White)
Age
Adult
Size
(When grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Weight
Sex
Female
Pet ID

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Small blue checkmark Good with dogs
Small blue checkmark Shots current
Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered
Small blue checkmark Housetrained

My story

Adoption fee on this dog is $300.

Miss Daisy is 6-7 year-old black and tan female Shepherd weighing 68lbs. She came into rescue with an 11 lbs. tumor hanging from her abdomen. The tumor was not cancerous and has been removed. She has healed from the surgery and is ready to find her forever home.

When she first came into rescue, she suffered from separation anxiety. When left alone at home, she would whine and occasionally becomes destructive. Miss Daisy would do well in a home where someone is home most of the time, and a slow transition into a daily routine of time away from her humans.

Miss Daisy loves human affection and would love nothing more than to be in the company of her people. She is learning to wait her turn when other dogs are receiving attention.

She is currently fostered in a home with another adult female GSD and 2 adult male GSDs. She gets along well with all of the dogs, and loves to play with the other female in the home. She is crate trained, but is allowed to sleep on a dog bed in her foster mom's bedroom at night with the other dogs, without any incidents.

She knows basic commands, such as sit, off, and leave it. We are still working on leash manners as she has a tendency to pull on the leash. Gentle corrections are needed as she has a tendency to pancake to the floor if a raised voiced is used.

She will look at you with her soulful eyes as she tries to sneak onto the couch, but will happily choose the dog bed when corrected. She is housebroken with the use of a dog door.

Miss Daisy does exhibit some prey drive, so a home without cats or small dogs is a must.

She is looking for a home that will continue her socialization, training, and help her to build her confidence.

This dog is a Level 2. Please be sure you understand what a dog of this Level requires. Go to our GCGSR Dogs page for an explanation of the Dog Rating Levels.

For more information and to see when this dog will be attending an Adoption Day, please see our Dogs page on our main website at www.gcgsr.org.

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Adoption fee on this dog is $300.

Miss Daisy is 6-7 year-old black and tan female Shepherd weighing 68lbs. She came into rescue with an 11 lbs. tumor hanging from her abdomen. The tumor was not cancerous and has been removed. She has healed from the surgery and is ready to find her forever home.

When she first came into rescue, she suffered from separation anxiety. When left alone at home, she would whine and occasionally becomes destructive. Miss Daisy would do well in a home where someone is home most of the time, and a slow transition into a daily routine of time away from her humans.

Miss Daisy loves human affection and would love nothing more than to be in the company of her people. She is learning to wait her turn when other dogs are receiving attention.

She is currently fostered in a home with another adult female GSD and 2 adult male GSDs. She gets along well with all of the dogs, and loves to play with the other female in the home. She is crate trained, but is allowed to sleep on a dog bed in her foster mom's bedroom at night with the other dogs, without any incidents.

She knows basic commands, such as sit, off, and leave it. We are still working on leash manners as she has a tendency to pull on the leash. Gentle corrections are needed as she has a tendency to pancake to the floor if a raised voiced is used.

She will look at you with her soulful eyes as she tries to sneak onto the couch, but will happily choose the dog bed when corrected. She is housebroken with the use of a dog door.

Miss Daisy does exhibit some prey drive, so a home without cats or small dogs is a must.

She is looking for a home that will continue her socialization, training, and help her to build her confidence.

This dog is a Level 2. Please be sure you understand what a dog of this Level requires. Go to our GCGSR Dogs page for an explanation of the Dog Rating Levels.

For more information and to see when this dog will be attending an Adoption Day, please see our Dogs page on our main website at www.gcgsr.org.

Thank you for visiting!
Rescue

Greater California German Shepherd Rescue - Sacramento

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Sacramento, CA 95827
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Adoption Fees Our fees are $350 for Puppies (2-6 months), $300 for Adult Dogs, and $100 for Senior Dogs (9 years & up) and Special Needs Dogs who have ongoing health issues that require treatment. All of our dogs are spayed/neutered (per California State Law), vaccinated, heartworm and fecal tested clear, and most are micro-chipped. Home Visit We require a home visit by one of our own volunteers because we match the home to a specific dog, and we want to meet all members of the household and all other pets at that time, and make sure that environment will work for that dog. The home must be safe and suitable for our dog, and that means we won't adopt to a home with out-of-control children or out-of-control resident dogs. Outside Dogs We rarely place dogs in outside only homes. All of our dogs come out of shelters and into volunteer foster homes where they live in the house with the people. We haven't had much success re-homing them to an outside-only home after that. We believe that dogs are happier living and sleeping inside with their family pack, which has been borne out from many years of bringing dogs into rescue. Adoption Requirements Our Adoption Agreement & Contract is a legal document, therefore we will only adopt to adults, and all the adults in the household must agree to getting the dog. The home must be safe and secure, and legally allowed to have a German Shepherd Dog, and be within the allowable number of dogs. We require landlord consent for renters. The entire household must be a good match for the dog, therefore we won't place a higher Level dog in a lower Level household. Puppies We have special requirements and an additional questionnaire for puppies, please be sure you meet the requirements before sending in an application. Since we see so many dogs that have come out of an unsuitable environment, we want to make sure our puppies have the very best start in life. That means we won't adopt a puppy into an Outside Only home or where the puppy will be alone the majority of the time, as we don't feel that's an optimum environment to raise a happy and well-socialized dog.
Adoption Fees Our fees are $350 for Puppies (2-6 months), $300 for Adult Dogs, and $100 for Senior Dogs (9 years & up) and Special Needs Dogs who have ongoing health issues that require treatment. All of our dogs are spayed/neutered (per California State Law), vaccinated, heartworm and fecal tested clear, and most are micro-chipped. Home Visit We require a home visit by one of our own volunteers because we match the home to a specific dog, and we want to meet all members of the household and all other pets at that time, and make sure that environment will work for that dog. The home must be safe and suitable for our dog, and that means we won't adopt to a home with out-of-control children or out-of-control resident dogs. Outside Dogs We rarely place dogs in outside only homes. All of our dogs come out of shelters and into volunteer foster homes where they live in the house with the people. We haven't had much success re-homing them to an outside-only home after that. We believe that dogs are happier living and sleeping inside with their family pack, which has been borne out from many years of bringing dogs into rescue. Adoption Requirements Our Adoption Agreement & Contract is a legal document, therefore we will only adopt to adults, and all the adults in the household must agree to getting the dog. The home must be safe and secure, and legally allowed to have a German Shepherd Dog, and be within the allowable number of dogs. We require landlord consent for renters. The entire household must be a good match for the dog, therefore we won't place a higher Level dog in a lower Level household. Puppies We have special requirements and an additional questionnaire for puppies, please be sure you meet the requirements before sending in an application. Since we see so many dogs that have come out of an unsuitable environment, we want to make sure our puppies have the very best start in life. That means we won't adopt a puppy into an Outside Only home or where the puppy will be alone the majority of the time, as we don't feel that's an optimum environment to raise a happy and well-socialized dog.

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First Saturday of every month in Riverbank (Modesto), CA from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at: Petco Crossroads Shopping Center 2341 Claribel Road Riverbank, CA 95637 (209) 863-1384 Third Saturday of every month in Sacramento, CA from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at: Pet Food Express Loehman's Plaza 2351 Fair Oaks Blvd Sacramento, CA 95825 (916) 487-9999 Fourth Saturday of every month in Roseville, CA from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at: Pet Food Express The Fountains Creekside Town Shopping Center 1009 Galleria Blvd Roseville, CA 95678 (916) 780-5555
First Saturday of every month in Riverbank (Modesto), CA from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at: Petco Crossroads Shopping Center 2341 Claribel Road Riverbank, CA 95637 (209) 863-1384 Third Saturday of every month in Sacramento, CA from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at: Pet Food Express Loehman's Plaza 2351 Fair Oaks Blvd Sacramento, CA 95825 (916) 487-9999 Fourth Saturday of every month in Roseville, CA from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at: Pet Food Express The Fountains Creekside Town Shopping Center 1009 Galleria Blvd Roseville, CA 95678 (916) 780-5555

More about this rescue

Greater California German Shepherd Rescue is a 501(c)(3) public charity non-profit. We are an all-volunteer group of German Shepherd lovers dedicated to rescuing German Shepherd Dogs from at-risk and unacceptable situations and finding them permanent, loving homes with qualified owners. We serve the communities surrounding Modesto, Merced, Greater Sacramento, and South Lake Tahoe, and occasionally parts of the North and East SF Bay area. Except for a portion of Nevada around Lake Tahoe, we don't adopt dogs out of state and rarely adopt out of our area. There are too many other German Shepherds in need of good homes in the other areas. All of our dogs are in foster homes spread throughout our service areas. We aren't a shelter and don't have a facility. We don't take in strays, we will only deal with the dog's legal owner.
Greater California German Shepherd Rescue is a 501(c)(3) public charity non-profit. We are an all-volunteer group of German Shepherd lovers dedicated to rescuing German Shepherd Dogs from at-risk and unacceptable situations and finding them permanent, loving homes with qualified owners. We serve the communities surrounding Modesto, Merced, Greater Sacramento, and South Lake Tahoe, and occasionally parts of the North and East SF Bay area. Except for a portion of Nevada around Lake Tahoe, we don't adopt dogs out of state and rarely adopt out of our area. There are too many other German Shepherds in need of good homes in the other areas. All of our dogs are in foster homes spread throughout our service areas. We aren't a shelter and don't have a facility. We don't take in strays, we will only deal with the dog's legal owner.