In shelter Dog

Camarillo, Ventura County, California...
German Shepherd Dog
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Gomez is a big, handsome boy! He came to us after he was trapped by another rescue group after he was seen running loose in the hills for 3 months! Somehow this clever boy survived on his own, and even after all he's been through, he still likes making friends with people, but he's a little shy when he first meets you. After you offer him a few treats, you're his new best friend, and he may try to climb in your lap (which is a bit tough, because he's a BIG boy). Gomez hasn't shown much interest in the other dogs that he's walked past, so if you have another dog you would want him to live with, a meet and greet would be a must! Gomez gets a little worried when his friends leave him, so it may take a bit of patience to show him that he's not going to be abandoned again. Even though we have estimated him at 8 years old, and he may not be as athletic as he was as a youngster, Gomez still likes regular exercise and learning new things, but he's probably not going to want to go for super long hikes or runs any longer. This guy would love to find some stability in a new home where he isn't going to have to worry about being left behind, or having to fend for himself, and in return he will shower you with unconditional love and loyalty!


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