In shelter Dog

Austin, Travis County, Texas, United ...
German Shepherd Dog
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Gruene is a shy boy who's learning to trust these new humans he's meeting. He still thinks they're a little scary when he's first introduced to them, but when they take some time to get acquainted, he'll get comfortable - and want their petting. Once he trusts you, this affectionate boy will be your best friend, sticking right by you. He's a gentle, calm boy who loves to go on long walks in quiet areas, such as early mornings in parks. He's a great leash walker who stays close to his walking buddy. Although loud noises do spook him, so he may try to run. In his visits to homes, he loves to cuddle with his human friends and he'll seek their petting, but he also gives them their space and doesn't bother them during mealtime. He'll go chew his toys (or whatever he finds) and take naps on the couch or bed. He's also willing to go in a crate and has settled in it for naps when home alone. Gruene's ideal home will be a quiet one with adult parents and a yard to roam. Because he's wary of new people, he prefers few visitors or social gatherings. He will love frequent trips to quiet parks and trails at times when they're not crowded. He does really well on car rides, mostly sitting quietly. Come meet this sweet, adorable boy!


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