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Shepherd, Mixed
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Want a friendly, playful pup to bring joy to your household?  Here I am!  I am a beautiful, blonde shepherd mix. I am 1.5 years young and weigh 60 pounds. I am a bundle of energy and ready to give lots of love to the right family.
While I had lots of friends at the shelter, I am grateful to be in my foster home in Burleson where I have plenty of room to run, a German Shepherd brother to play with, and a Mom who loves on me.
I spend my days outside playing with my foster brother, keeping a watchful eye on the horses in our pasture, guarding our front gate, and hanging out by the pool. I like it when the neighbor girls (ages 4, 6, 8, & 11) come over to swim - they have really cool floats. But it isn’t all fun and games here. Mom makes me train on the leash everyday. She says it will be easier for me to find a home if I can walk, heel, and sit on command. She praises me when I do good, which is a lot.
I am a large breed, energetic girl so my ideal home would be with an active family with a home that has a large fenced in yard. I am crate trained, house broken, fully vaccinated, spayed, and microchipped.


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