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Robin - Adoption Pending   

In shelter Dog

Rolesville, North Carolina, 27571
Pet name:
Robin - Adoption Pending
German Shepherd Dog, Black Mouth Cur, Mixed
Coat length:
Hi my name is Robin I am a two year old, 50lb spayed female shepherd cur mix. I have been in my foster home for almost a month and I have been steadily gaining weight, my foster thinks I'll be around 60 lbs when I'm all filled out. I am housebroken and crate and bed trained. I know how to sit and lay down, I am both a people pleaser and a very treat driven pup. My foster family has been working on me with my manners, and I’m making progress, but could still use some work. I know how to sit, lay down, stay, and I'm learning to heel. I love going on walks and I don't pull much at all. I love being active and I also love just being around my people inside. I'm good with other dogs as long as I'm properly introduced. My foster family has a full size shepherd and a chihuahua and I get along with both of them. I also would like another active dog that I can play with, or someone with the time to take me on walks and play ball. I am very intelligent, obedient and learn quickly. I have only been here a few weeks and I already understand dinner rules, sleeping rules and what is and is not a toy. If you think you can offer me my furever home, please reach out to your adoption coordinator. If you do not yet have an adoption coordinator, please complete an adoption application at I am being fostered near Greensboro, NC. *Our volunteers process applications as quickly as they can, however it can take a little time. For this reason, the specific dog you apply for may not be available by the time your application is processed. If that happens we will do our best to find another perfect match for your family.*


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