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Pet name:
German Shepherd Dog
Black with Tan, Yellow or Fawn
Coat length:
Hobie is a 3 year old girl who was found wandering a local neighborhood.  A kind animal lover was able to capture her and bring her home while she searched for her owner.   When she was unsuccessful in finding her owners, she brought her to the local shelter.  When GSROC heard about Hobie, we made room for her in our lifeboat.

Hobie is a sweet girl who likes other friendly dogs.  She is looking for a family of her very own to love.   Loud barking dogs are not her thing.   She stays away from them while out on walks.   But, friendly people and friendly dogs?  Well, she is happy to make friends.

She has a relaxed demeanor and friendly nature.  In fact, after her walk, she convinced our volunteer to stop and smell the flowers.   While she did, Hobie laid down and took a nap on the grass!

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