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My name is Lager!
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S&L Animal Rescue

Facts about me

German Shepherd Dog/Australian Shepherd
(When grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
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My story

NOTE:  If you see this post, we are still taking applications.  If interested, please visit our site directly rather than going thru a search engine like PetFinder to show interest or fill out an app - they are not affiliated with us, we just post there and many other places.

Meet Lager!  Lager and his siblings are an unwanted litter born 5/24/22 from KY.  Mom is a shepherd mix on the smaller side and Dad is thought to be an australian shepherd.

Lager is the biggest of the 2 boys and the entire litter.  This guy lives through his belly so training him with treats should be a breeze.  He's a bit of a big goof (in a good way) as he's made his fostermom laugh more than once while he was in her care.  Her nickname for him is meatball LOL  He loves all toys and is very curious about new things.  Lager is also very interested in what you have to say even if he has no idea what you're saying so you can get his attention (which isn't always common in pups) so he does a lot of headtilting which makes every go awwww.

He needs training at this point so if you are interested in making him a part of your home and have the time & patience to teach him how to be the perfect companion, visit our site ( to submit an application to be considered.

REQUIREMENTS:  Adopters must be within 2hrs driving distance, have recent dog experience, no young children please, and are home more often than not.

September 20, 2022, 12:21 am


S&L Animal Rescue

Contact info
Pet ID
Pittstown, NJ 08867

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

Complete an application, references are checked including veterinarian, best matches are made based on pet and potential adopter, contract is signed, adoption fee is $350.

More about this rescue

We rescue from high kill shelters and find appropriate placement in loving homes in our surrounding area. Our mission is to "end their sadness" on their way to forever loving homes.