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Avocado

German Shepherd Dog

Male, Young
Palo Alto, CA
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Good with cats, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
All of our dogs are spayed/neutered, shots current (DHPP, Bordetella and Rabies where applicable), dewormed, flea and tick treated, and microchipped.  * If you are interested in a dog, please first read the biography on the dog (keep scrolling down for the bio!) and then go to our website, www.dpsrescue.com for an application. Our adoption fees vary. Each biography will specifically list the adoption fee.This dog will be at Palo Alto Pet Food Express on Saturday, June 1st from 12-3pm or until adopted. If you would like the first opportunity to adopt, please fill out an application to be considered.   Adoption Fee: $650   Avocado is a 10 week old German Shepherd mix who is ready to make your life guac-some! This amazing dude was dumped at a shelter after he got “too old” for the home who originally got him. We don’t know either. Avocado has been a fabulously hilarious boy since he jumped into the arms of our rescuer and he hasn’t looked back since. Avocado will be in the 50-65 pound range when he reaches his adult weight, so he’d be perfect for homes looking for a dog with extra love to give! Avocado can’t wait for a lifetime of sombreros and siestas with you!    Avocado is ready to make the world his oyster! This bouncy boy has two modes: play time and nap time as of now, with occasional breaks to snack on his kibble. He literally bounces across the room and squeaks with excitement when you give him affection. Avocado is happy to sit at your feet or next to you on the couch and we suspect he will get his cuddle on as he gets bigger. He is happiest at the side of his people, whether on an adventure or napping on your feet. He is also super smart and food motivated, so we can’t wait to see all the tricks he learns as he grows up. This boy also loves giving kisses and getting them in return. He is such a lover. Avocado is a big zoomies guy, racing around the house and yard with his chosen toy before he crashes over his own feet to take a well deserved nap.  Avocado starts his morning at 6:30 AM with a whine to let you know he’s ready to get the day going! After heading outside for a potty break, he tussles with his foster brother before he gets another nap in. Once he’s up for good, he gets his breakfast in the kitchen. When his foster mom works from home, Avocado spends the day alternating between chasing his foster siblings around the yard and taking long naps in his pen. Avocado is a very silly and playful little guy. After a long day of playing with his pile of soft toys, Avocado comes to find his foster mom when he’s ready for dinner. He has dinner at 7 PM and then spends his evenings playing with his human foster siblings in the backyard. After a long day of fun in the sun, Avocado goes outside for one last potty break before he heads to his crate for the night.  Avocado gets along well with other dogs and would love a canine companion to romp around a yard with. Like any puppy, he is still working on his behavioral and obedience skills, so we will expect interested homes to provide a plan for training and socialization. Avocado currently thinks the cats are chase toys, but he isn’t aggressive towards them. Avocado has such a big heart and we know he will make your life complete once you bring him home!    Avocado is only an option for those with recent prior dog experience, especially those with large breed experience. Kids in the home should be over the age of 8.June 16, 2024, 11:49 pm
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Spooda

German Shepherd Dog

Male, 4 mos
Palo Alto, CA
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, House-trained, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
Meet our newest sweet boy who just got named Spooda. He's a 4-month-old German Shepherd puppy who is ready to steal your heart! This sweet pup is a recent arrival at ShepHeroes and has already made quite an impression. During a visit to Paws n Play for a post-shelter bath, Spooda showed his friendly and sociable nature by joyfully greeting everyone with wiggles and kisses. He didn't particularly enjoy the getting wet and rinsing off portion his bath tucking his head into his foster mom's shoulder to tolerate it but melted into her hands during the shampoo massaging part. All clean he got toweled off to go onto his next adventure, loading right away into the car.  Spooda also enjoyed the next stop at Marshall's, where he picked out some treats and toys to soothe his teething pains enjoying all the attention and patiently waiting our turn in the check out line. He hung out at a temporary foster home, where he got along famously with three shepherds and a poodle, proving that he's not only people-friendly but also great with other dogs. As much as he loves the dogs and plays, his heart is devoted to people, regularly checking in amidst play and settling for naps by his people.  In addition to his charming personality, this boy is showing promising signs of being a well-behaved and trainable companion. He sleeps through the night in his crate, appears to be potty trained, and is a breeze in the car and on leash. With "sit" already mastered and a strong treat motivation, he's sure to be a quick learner.  Spooda is settling into his regular foster home where we're learning more about him each day. He transitioned to their loving care and first updates are that he’s super obedient, loving, motivated and loves to learn! And he's a fan of playing fetch with his soft, squishy toys. Stay tuned for more updates.  We anticipate this tall lean boy will be a large shepherd as an adult.  Spooda still needs to be neutered and will require surgery to correct what appears to be congenital phimosis, too small of an opening of the preputial orifice, and a small abdominal hernia. Typically all these are all corrected during the same surgery, and Spooda's meeting the surgeon for his evaluation on June 18th. He's fascinated with little kids wanting to give them kisses, we suspect he was a very much loved pet and likely surrendered to the shelter as a "found dog" due to the expenses associated with his surgery. If you're looking for a loving and trainable pup to join your family, he might just be the perfect match. Don't miss out on the opportunity to bring this delightful German Shepherd into your home! As with all of our puppies, experience raising a shepherd or similar breed puppy is important along with the commitment to raise a neutral dog with structure, training and exercise all of which require considerable commitment in exchange for lots of snuggles and love.  ##2069830##
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Stewie

German Shepherd Dog

Male, 2 yrs 4 mos
Palo Alto, CA
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
Stewie is a charming, devoted and affectionate two-year-old boy with folks he knows and trusts. He completed a month-long training through Canine Purpose's Board and Traning program in Loomis and currently attends group classes with his foster families. This handsome boy has the brains and a big heart to match. He can be handful with a cheeky side making significant progress in impulse control while his handlers have learned that he's a boy who needs structure and thrives when his people give him clear direction. Stewie has two foster homes, switching between the households regularly.  Stewie's affectionate nature once he establishes a relationship with you means that you'll always have a best friend nearby, preferably leaning into you or snuggling while you watch TV or read and if allowed in bed with you. In his foster home with doggie mates, he sleeps free starting the night snuggled right in bed next to his humans to move off to a dog bed later in the night. In his foster home where he's a solo dog, he sleeps in his crate easily; knowing each households rules and following them.  Stewie has been working hard in his training sessions, mastering meeting strangers with an easy hi, learning a solid place command, working with multiple handlers on the desired heel position, and maintaining his learned skills in increasingly distracting environments. At the same time, he loves his trainers with his vast capacity for joy and loves to please them. Stewie has a natural shepherd stranger danger focus around strangers requiring an experienced handler whom he trusts at which time he'll cede those decisions to his handler.  With his intelligence, eagerness to please those he loves, and love of treats, it's been lovely to watch Stewie heal from the repair of his fractured leg that required months of crate confinement, followed by rehab, and the vitality of a young shepherd who finally could run and play and join his multiple foster families (he had four during his crate confinement) in long walks, play with the resident shepherds and learn to swim with them, then evolve into a potential candidate for Dock Diving since he loves to leap into the water, dunk his head in completely to fetch his toys out of the water.  Suppose you love training your dog, have excellent handling skills to provide structure and experience with shepherds or similar breeds, and are looking for a shepherd to continue developing your dog's obedience skills. In that case, Stewie is ready to be the devoted companion you have been searching for. In return, he would love a steady supply of balls, toys, especially squeaky ones, and many swim opportunities. Stewie's entirely crate and potty trained, has earned the right to sleep free, and shows himself trustworthy while his people are away without being crated. As months have progressed, he's even settled in the car, snoozing on the way to destinations for hours long rides. He's generally a quiet boy in the house, leaving it to his mates to bark at preceived critter prowlers in the yard at night and loud noises in the street.  Stewie enjoys many fruits and vegetables, including blueberries, bananas, oranges, apples, nectarines, cucumbers, and carrots. Generally, he's game to try any food you offer, including fan favorites of pumpkin, cottage cheese, and yogurt, to name a few. He had many filled Kongs, Toppls, and other enrichments during his long crate confinement. A slim and trim boy, Stewie loves his kibble and eats his meals with the resident dogs, sitting for his meals before eating from his bowl. Before heading to Canine Purpose for training, Stewie generally could honor sit, down, stay, leave it, come, wait, in bed, hop in, no.  Those skills were further refined during his training.  Stewie also started the initial stages of NACSW nosework training for enrichment during his long healing process. He enjoyed finding treats and kibble in boxes and other containers and on natural lawn objects like rocks, tree limbs, and lawn furniture.  We are grateful to UCDVMTH's Fracture Program for Rescues for allowing us the opportunity to repair his leg and to the shelter vet who brought his case to the attention of this program to avoid amputating his leg. Despite the pain of his fractured tibia at the ER and in the shelter, he was such a good-natured boy.  Stewie's care meant coordination amongst an extensive team, beginning with the ER staff at the hospital that treated him immediately after being hit by a car, the shelter vet and staff when he was surrendered for lack of funds to repair his leg, UCDVMTH veterinarians, and staff, and our rescue volunteers managing many details regarding transportation, medications, surgery and follow up visits including rehab consult with Integrative Medicine to develop the plan to ease him into full use of his leg.  All accomplished, a success story for everyone involved, including his multiple primary and relief foster homes, who have loved and cared for him.  Stewie is an active, energetic, and, at times, handful shepherd, so he'll thrive in a home where he can enjoy regular exercise and play. He'll be a great companion for someone who enjoys outdoor activities like hiking. He's loved hiking in Tahoe and is happy to put in four-plus miles on trails. He lives with multiple resident shepherds, adores the foster puppies who come through his foster home including them in play with his balls and mouthy games that go on forever, and has a couple of BFFs at Canine Purpose who match his play style. Stewie can be pushy/rude  in play and if paired with another dog will need a neutral dog as a companion. His current mates are very dog savvy, he respects the older dogs and plays well with the younger ones. Stewie has been adopted twice by folks who found his looks captivating, fell in love with and yet returned him within weeks before he could settle. They admitted to overlooking his true shepherd personality and guidance from his foster families and trainers. If you're interested in Stewie, please note that his fosters will be very selective after Stewie's two adoption experiences and will want to meet multiple times including with his trainers before commiting to launch Stewie to a forever home. He is very loved and would remain with his foster families permanently except one frequently travels for work and the other is at the permanent dog limit set by their animal control jurisdiction.  Take advantage of this opportunity to see if you are a match for this beautiful shepherd. Please select the adopt button and fill out an application for us to connect about Stewie.  ##1641104##
We'll also keep you updated on Mia's adoption status with email updates.
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Mia

German Shepherd Dog

Female, 4 yrs 7 mos
Palo Alto, CA
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
Mia is a wonderful 4.5-year-old female GSD with a strong loyalty streak and social drive. She is high-energy, highly intelligent and empathetic. Mia loves her family and always seeks new friends. Mia loves meeting new people and does so with ears down, tail wagging, and a desire to create a bond. She views each new person as a new member of her ever-expanding pack.   She also loves meeting new dogs and is really excited about the possibility. She wants to play with every dog she sees, so she asks new dogs to play with her, using powerful play bows, lunges, little barks, and even porpoise pokes to get the new dog to play with her. Occasionally, the new dog rejects her pushy initiation, and the process can escalate temporarily.  Mia has never tried to hurt another dog, but she does stand her ground when things escalate. She has become great friends with some of the dogs with whom this has happened. She is also excellent at adapting her play style to the other dogs' to maximize their enjoyment. As a dominant female, she can be very pushy with some submissive dogs and is better suited to live with neutral or confident dogs. Interestingly, Mia's fine with some submissive dogs. From the many canine friends she has made, she learned to chase a ball, which is her primary game for fun and exercise. She loves chasing a well-thrown ball at the park. Mia needs daily mental and emotional stimulation. She is very smart and needs to figure things out regularly or have a job that challenges her mind. She also needs to bond with her family daily and will let you know with direct eye contact (another trait she loves). Mia would be a terrific addition to a household that's into dog sports like nosework, tracking, and rally or an active family that enjoys outdoor activities.  Mia feeds free, which works well for her as an only dog. That may be different in a multi-dog environment. She lived with two shepherds in her current home before they passed away. Mia also shared her foster home with three dogs, one tiny but mighty female Yorkie,  a male dominant shepherd, and a female lab-ridgeback mix,  before she was adopted. Mia loves having a pack; the larger the pack, the better or good friends she can play with. Mia's fantastic when she visits homes with a dog or dogs and gets sad whenever her pack shrinks, needing extra support and attention from her people to transition back to a solo dog.  Her perfect home would have another dog or dogs, knowledgable and experienced owners, and kids (she loves kids of all ages). Her foster home also had two kids. She needs a strong leader, or she will constantly push boundaries and take over. She knows more commands than we can remember and picks up new things continually (her latest thing was hearing me ask her to stay on the sidewalk or get on the sidewalk, and now those are commands for her). With a high prey drive, Mia is a fan of chasing squirrels and birds, which could translate into an inability to live with chickens and cats.  Mia has been fantastic in every situation we have put her in, including riding in any vehicle, learning new rules for different houses, and adapting to other people and dogs. She has excellent household manners.  Mia is with her adoptive family in Arizona, where they moved last year. We're seeking a qualified adopter in the Phoenix area, and if an appropriate match is available in Northern California, we can arrange for her to return for a meeting.  ##891796##
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Sahara

German Shepherd Dog

Female, 5 mos
Palo Alto, CA
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Good with cats, House-trained,
Story
We're so excited to welcome beautiful Sahara, a 5.5-month-old female German Shepherd puppy, to her foster home! So far, we've observed that she gets along well with small and large dogs, and there's a possibility that she may be able to coexist with cats. In her transitional foster home before coming to us, she showed respect towards the resident cats and met people, including kids, easily. She also is stinking cute and funny, guaranteed to make you laugh.  This upcoming week, she'll be heading to the vet for her check-up, vaccines and to start on preventatives. Sahara is intact, so she'll also be scheduled for her spay surgery. We can't wait to share more about this sweet, lanky, smart girl who loves to gaze into her people's eyes! And she's brave, too, mastering the stairs after an initial hesitation to easily run up and down within hours. Please keep an eye on her bio as we learn more about Sahara in her foster home, which also has cats, to begin matching her to a wonderful forever home.  ##2081124##

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Shelby

German Shepherd Dog Labrador Retriever

Female, 11 yrs 11 mos
Menlo Park, CA
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Good with cats, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
She is a beautiful Senior girl ready for her forever home. Shelby is an 11 yo 6 mo. old mix – German Sheppard/Lab/Chow/Super Mutt through DNA. Her body structure is similar to a chow, very compact and not really big. Shelby is 65 lbs. and is a perfect weight. She was regularly seen by the vet and had a wellness check on October 3. She walks well on the leash and is not reactive to dogs she meets—excellent leash behavior when meeting dogs and people on their walks. She is supposed to be good with cats, but we have not tested her. She loves to give kisses even when you are grooming. Shelby is not a fan of the vet and recommended she be muzzled by her previous owner, but she is just nervous and does well with an experienced and patient vet. She was wary and very nervous but did not growl or try and bite the vet. She has adjusted to her foster home in San Jose with three dogs and young grandkids.
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Timo

German Shepherd Dog

Male, Adult
Mountain View, CA
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Not good with cats, Needs experienced adopter,
Story
Timo is about 5 years old and requires a little bit of training and patience. He has the sweetest soul and will love you and be loyal to you to the very end. He unfortunately doesn’t get the life he deserves living with me and I want the absolute best for him. He is not nuttered but I’m happy to pay for it. All I want for him is a loving family. Might be best for someone with experience with German shepherds or high energy dog breeds.
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REDDING

German Shepherd Dog Husky

Male, 3 yrs
Mountain View, CA
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Good with cats, Needs experienced adopter, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
Redding is a handsome boy who requires a home that can help establish boundaries for him. Redding is house-trained and enjoys car rides, playing fetch, and playing in the water. He is also a regular in the shelter playgroups and does well with other dogs. Redding is a working dog who will benefit greatly from training and a savvy adopter or foster. He is two years old and is likely a Shepherd/Husky mix. Please help us save Redding by sharing his story. Observation comments: It takes time to familiarize and gain trust, so a slow introduction is recommended. This animal requires an experienced handler. It does not do well with sudden human approaches from all directions during the first meet-and-greet. Summary: Due to its size and strength, kids need to be supervised around the dog. This animal requires some space for himself, so do not approach without permission from the animal. Attempting to socialize with this animal is safe at a short distance away without constant, straight eye contact. If this animal acknowledges you, he will approach you naturally and accept your invitation. Once that happens, you will be his best buddy for life! Redding has a hit-or-miss personality. His German Shepherd is a bit picky, but he plays well in the boarding facility playgroup and has been tested at our partnered local boarding club. His personality will change with a calm, quiet, loving home over time.
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Titus T

German Shepherd Dog

Male, 11 yrs 9 mos
Cupertino, CA
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Needs special attention, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
Titus is an affectionate 11 year old vision impaired male who adores people of all ages.  He does well with the teens in the foster home as well as a younger child who visits.  Titus is easy going and relaxed around other dogs, calmly greeting them with a wagging tail and sniffs.  This laid back guy loves to spend his day lounging about and napping on his soft pillow.  Although he has free access to the backyard at his foster home, he looks forward to short morning and evening walks.  He may move slowly, but he is a model citizen on leash.  When he isn't sooozing, Titus enjoys chewing on his toys.  This eager-to-please pup is the perfect choice for a family with a relaxed lifestyle.   ##1235821##
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Gizmo T

German Shepherd Dog

Male, 10 yrs 11 mos
Cupertino, CA
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Good with dogs, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
Gizmo is a stunning 10 year old male who enjoys hiking.  We suspect that he may be younger based on how athletic he is.  This curious boy wants to learn about everything his humans do.  He appreciates the opportunity to sniff new things that he doesn’t yet understand.  Gizmo enjoys being with other dogs, and although he can be selective, he politely shares his favorite toys with his furry foster sister.  Above all, Gizmo’s tender heart desires to be close to his leader and to please the ones he loves.  If his human disappears from his eyesight, he quickly jumps up to find them.  Gizmo will make a wonderful companion and adventure buddy for an active adopter with large dog expereince.   Please check out Gizmo's video: https://youtu.be/H2f7X8CTpqw ##1460734##
We'll also keep you updated on Lorelie T's adoption status with email updates.
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Lorelie T

German Shepherd Dog

Female, 14 yrs 1 mo
Cupertino, CA
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with kids, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
Lorelie T is a beautifully proportioned, classic looking female "pocket" German Shepherd.  Lorelie is gentle and affectionate, and loves going on walks.  Her mobility is typical for a senior dog, having no problems with short walks and easily navigating 3-4 steps.  Lorelie is good with some dogs, but she can be selective about who she opens up to and plays with.  She would do best as an only dog in a home without young kids. Lorelie T Summary:- Female, 13 yrs old, 53 pounds- Good with adults, older kids, some dogs- TBD - cats What's Next:  Lorelie is ready for adoption!  Thulani does not charge an adoption fee and provides medical coverage for life.  All Thulani dogs go to their forever homes with a supply of food, a cushy bed, and toys if wanted.  All dogs pass a set of evaluation tests before being accepted into TSGSR.  The tests are not intended to assess how smart the dog is but are important for TSGSR to determine if the dog is expected to be safe in a family home.  The tested behaviors check to see if the dog will guard or protect food or toys from people, will tolerate handling all over its body (including ears, nose, lips to check teeth, lifting paws, belly, back, and gently pulling the tail).  This dog remained calm during all of these tests and showed no aggressive tendencies. ##1715732##

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Niko

Belgian Malinois Chihuahua

Male, 8 mos
Palo Alto, CA
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Good with cats, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
Say hello to Niko! He's had some changes in his young life, at six months, being given away by his owner to good samaritans in a Tractor Supply parking lot. He was brought to safety through their efforts to find options for him. In their quest they connected with a family willing to foster him until he finds his perfect match and that family had connections to one of our volunteers.  Niko recently had his humans send his saliva for a DNA test and we’re definitely giggling.  We thought he was likely a GSD and malinois mix. We were right on the Malinois at 55%, the Chihuahua at 17% wouldn't have occurred to us. With 10 breeds in his DNA, he's just adorable.  His fosters are shepherd savvy, and Niko's thriving in their care. We know he's cat-workable, dog-friendly, and a little shy meeting new people, but give him a few minutes and treats, he lights up. Niko was also a gem at his first vet appointment, getting caught up on vaccines, getting a health check-up, and starting on preventatives. While we were working on an appointment to get him neutered, he learned to sit down, recall, and relax in his new environment, including crating. Niko adores his fosters and the structure he's getting in their care after all the changes in his life. A treat and praise-motivated shepherd mix, he's a quick learner.  This 44-lb sweet boy also loves the snow, all his toys, and snuggling with his resident buddy. Prior to his early morning neuter appointment, NIko camped out at a relief foster located near the hospital overnight, displaying all that makes him a wonderful boy. Within a couple of hours at his relief foster home, he'd met all the resident dogs, started playing with the youngest shepherd, respecting the older ones, and reciprocating all the love from his temporary humans. He even took a long nap after his evening meal in his crate.  And settled right next to the pack for downtime in between more play sessions outside.  Niko rides nicely free in the car and crated too; he took a ride over to a Golden 1 bank to have his photo taken for one of our thank you's to Golden One for sponsoring Big Day of Giving. He adored the young girl at the next ATM machine who was equally smitten. Niko will be on the smaller size of a shepherd mix, what we love to call pocket sized. As with our puppies, please consider applying for Niko if you have experience raising shepherds or similar smart working breed dogs. They require physical and mental exercise, structure, training, and extensive environmental exposure to become neutral adult dogs.  ##2006769##

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