Carina, a 6 month old Dutch-German Shepherd puppy   

In shelter Dog

Arlington, Pittsburgh, Allegheny Coun...
Dutch Shepherd, German Shepherd Dog, Mixed
Brindle with White
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Carina, a 6 month old Dutch-German Shepherd puppy
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CARINA Are You Seeking an Intelligent, Sweet, Loving Shepherd to call your very own? Carina is a gorgeous, sweet, loving 7-month-old, 35-pound female Dutch Shepherd-German Shepherd mix puppy. Her colouring is stunning and she has a wonderful personality. She was dumped on the streets by her former humans and was picked up before she became injured. Carina is super intelligent and learns quickly. we are seeking an adopter who will train her professionally from the ground straight to her Canine Good Citizen certificate. Carina goes hiking every day and loves the wooded trails and the river walks in Arlington. she would make a great country dog for an extremely active outdoor person. She loves her foster sister and being in Nature  All Rompin Paws rescue who will grow to be 30 pounds or larger is required per our contract to use one of our approved trainers for ongoing training of their new pup. You must have the dog registered for training prior to her going home with you. The goal is to achieve the Canine Good Citizen Certificate. She is a smart puppy who will excel in her training.                  Carina needs a young adult dog in the home for mentoring and to have a friend to play with and be buddies so at least 30 pounds or larger and spayed or fixed. Carina is on a human Grade and raw food diet. Rompin Paws Rescue educates our adopters in canine-specific feeding for the dogs' health and longevity. To apply to adopt Carina, please fill out our online application.                          Carina has an adoption fee of $695.00 and all fees are recycled to save seniors and other medical dogs in need.  


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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