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Reese the Second - Adoption Pending   

In shelter Dog

Rolesville, North Carolina, 27571
Pet name:
Reese the Second - Adoption Pending
German Shepherd Dog
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Hi, I am Reese the Second– the color of a Reese’s milk chocolate peanut butter cup! I'm a 78 pound, 7 year old dog, cat and child friendly, good girl. As like other ladies of a certain age, my hips are a little sensitive, so I may do better with older children. I like a short walk once or twice a day and I am accustomed to a leash. I might try to get you to give me extra snacks because a girl's “gotta do what a girl's gotta do” lol. Thanks to this pandemic, I've put on a little weight. I don't let it bother me, though, because there's just more of me to love. I am so excited to see my people, my pets, my toys and treats, of course! I can stay alone while my people are out of the house, but I prefer company. I am housebroken and crate trained. I play well with other dogs and will let them know when I need to rest. My people have had to relocate and are not allowed to have a dog so, I am looking for a new home. I already know that I will love my new people and I am so excited to meet you! 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 Fayetteville.


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