In shelter Dog

The Mesa, Hesperia, San Bernardino Co...
Dutch Shepherd, Mixed
Black with Brown, Red, Golden, Orange or Chestnut
Lost or found date:
Pet name:
Harley - 9 year old male Dutch Shepherd mix.   Seeking a forever family.   Note from Harley's Foster Family.   Harley has been with us a few weeks now.  We have 3 other dogs of our own and he gets along great with all of them, doesn't even bother our 3 cat.   Harley is a gentle soul no aggression at all.   He likes to be part of the pack (our dogs).   Since he has been with us he is starting to get more comfortable and wants more attention, loves to be petted!   ✅He is house trained.   If his current Foster didn't have 3 other dogs and 3 cats they would keep him because of the dog that he is ❤    Interested in adopting Harley into your pack?!  Please complete the Adoption application on our website   Happyheartsgsr.org   #gsdforever #gsdwalk #gsdadventures #gsdadoptme #gsdadoption #gsdaddict #gsdadventure #gsdsandiego #gsdlife #gsdfoster #gsdfosterneeded #gsdfosterhome #sddogfoster #sddogrescue #adoptdontshop #adoptme #adoptadog #rescuedog #mixedbreed #oceanside #temecula #springvalley #lamesa #eastcountysd #germanshepherd #sandiegogermanshepherd #rescuegermanshepherd #availableforadoption


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