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Pet name:
German Shepherd Dog
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Hi, my name is FAITH and I would love to meet you. I am a Spayed Female German Shepherd Dog. The shelter staff think I am about 5 years old. I have been at the shelter since Jul 07, 2021.Meet Faith! This good-lookin` gal came to the shelter as a stray, so our staff is still learning about her.Personality: Faith is shy at first, but once she is comfortable, she has a lot of love to give. She is very aware of her surroundings and can get nervous of loud noises.History: Faith has lived with dogs smaller than her and did very well, her history with larger dogs and smaller animals is unknown, we always recommend SLOW and CAREFUL introductions with any resident pets.Energy levels: Faith is an older member of a high-energy breed. She would love to join her new family on walks and hikes. To help with her anxiety and her fear of new things, we recommend working with a QUALIFIED TRAINER to help her be the finest in the nation! She will be happiest in a home that has a FULLY FENCED yard where she can roam freely to maintain her mental health. Due to her vocal nature, Faith is NOT suited for apartment style living (ie shared walls). She is looking for a dog-savvy adopter who has had German Shepherd experience before! She most likely will not be the best first time dog for her potential adopters.Family: This sweet girl is looking for an experienced adopter and a home with TEENS/ADULTS ONLY. She may even do better in a one person home where she can have all your attention and feel most comfortable! They should be willing to take on her minor, yet on-going medical issues. We require everyone in the home to be present when meeting her! Does Faith check all the boxes for your new companion? Come meet her today!


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