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Pet name:
German Shepherd Dog
Black with Gray or Silver
Neil is a 5 month old intelligent and active puppy that is in a foster home busy learning puppy manners. He prefers to always be in the company of his people, loves to lay on your feet.  Actually he would prefer to be in your lap and doesn’t quite believe it when he is told he is too big for that.  He sees himself as a puppy but he is growing fast.   His exuberance and enthusiasm can be a bit too much for young children as he can easily knock them over.  At this stage he is also a bit mouthy and would enthusiastically eat their snacks too!


Neil loves his people so much he gets a bit jealous when other pets get attention but is learning there is room for everyone. He plays well with the other GSD in his foster home as she does not put up with his antics.  She is helping to teach him to share attention.   He can be timid when first meeting new people and going to new places but with patience and treats , he warms up quickly.


He loves action, adventures and car ride.  
 He needs an experienced home who can be a strong leader and be very consistent with him regarding acceptable behavior or he will want to rule the house.   Neil has the potential to develop into a fabulous adult  – all he needs is a family committed to help him get there. 

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