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German Shepard looking for a new home.

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I have a 3-4 year old  Female German Shepard. She is fixed, has current vaccines and is looking for a loving home. She requires more attention then we can currently provide. My son was born 2 months ago and our other 2 girls keep us very busy. She does great indoors but has a separation anxiety when we leave. She can clear a 6’ fence with ease. I hate to let her go but the way things are going she is going to get hit by a car. She is  house broken.  Does not like fireworks or gun shots. The ideal family for her is someone that will allow her to be by there side at all times. This simply does not work for my family right now.  Right now she goes in her kennel when we leave but I don’t think it’s right leaving her in a kennel all the time. She does great with kids and other dogs. 

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Contact German Shepherd Rescue of Orange County and plead your case.  IF they take her, they will find her an amazing home.  We adopted ours from there - excellent, thorough, caring organization.  Good luck.  Wish we could take them all :-(

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3 hours ago, xtremeconcrete said:

Contact German Shepherd Rescue of Orange County and plead your case.  IF they take her, they will find her an amazing home.  We adopted ours from there - excellent, thorough, caring organization.  Good luck.  Wish we could take them all :-(

x2, that is where we got ours also, nice people. they came to our house to make sure the dog was going

to a good home.

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bump, lets get this pup a good home!

here is mine being a ham

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20 hours ago, jeeperdino said:

x2, that is where we got ours also, nice people. they came to our house to make sure the dog was going

to a good home.

us too - full interview and home inspection prior to adoption approval.

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