Adoptable Animals Details

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BreedGerman Shepherd/Mix
Age2 Years
SexMaleNeutered
Adult SizeLarge
Weight64.60 lbs
Intake TypeOwner Surrender
HousetrainedHousetrained
PersonalityAttentiveCuriousSensitiveTalkative
Kids13+
StrangersBashfulPrefers Women
Dog FriendlinessSelective
Cat FriendlinessSelective
Home IdealsNo Apartment/Shared Wall Living
Dog Energy LevelModerate Energy
Training KnowledgeBasic Skills Known
Leash MannersOccasional Pulling
GroomingAverage Maintenance
Experience LevelGood for Experienced Owner
Toy PreferenceTennis Balls
Adoption Fee$95
Available
In Foster Care
Shelter Star
Here at the shelter we are all just so confused on how Champ could possibly still be available for adoption. We all love Champ! In fact, Champ’s favorite volunteer loves him so much that when she saw that shelter life was getting to be too much for Champ, she brought him home to foster him. This has been an amazing opportunity for Champ! Not only does he get a little peace and quiet in a home, he also gets to practice being in a family so when his forever family finally finds him, he is all practiced up! In fact, when Champ first went to his foster home, he would miss his foster mom when she left, and would try to get out of his kennel to accompany her. This problem was easily solved by making sure that Champ had something to do in his kennel to pass his time until his foster mom returned to him. Champ’s foster says that his favorite things to do are window watch in his foster room and snuggle up on the couch when watching TV. Champ loves to have a good bone to chew on or a filled Kong to keep him busy. When the weather is nicer, Champ LOVES to chase rubber tennis balls. He prefers the kind that are not furry on the outside, but in a pinch, he will happily retrieve a regular tennis ball as well. Champ would love to have somewhere to play ball with his new family. He knows how to chase the ball and bring it right back to you, dropping it at your feet. Champ is a very smart guy! Champ’s foster also says that Champ does not mind the cat he lives with and even offers her his ball. She states Champ can be a little shy at first, but pours on the love once he is comfortable with you. He is also fully potty trained in his foster home. Since Champ is in foster care, he will need his new family to make an appointment to meet him. This guy is really the total package - loving, smart and loyal too! We can’t wait for you to meet our Shelter Star!

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