In shelter Dog

Rolesville, North Carolina, 27571
German Shepherd Dog
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Hi! My name is Slye and I’m the sweetest (and handsomest) eight-year-old boy you’ll ever meet! I am friendly with people and small dogs and naturally prefer women. It’s not that I don’t like the big dogs, I do, I just prefer hanging around with the littles. I don’t need to be the only man in your life, though, either. I’m good at sharing. I'm way too interested in cats and chickens so a home without them would be best. I’m very affectionate and want all of the love you can give me. I’m also learning to play. I’ve discovered that I love Nylabones and other chew toys. I really like the plush toys, too, but I’ll shred them pretty quickly. It’s just so fun! I’m crate trained and that’s where I sleep when you aren’t home. I’m also housebroken but still have accidents sometimes. My new foster family is diligently trying to teach me to walk appropriately on the leash. I was hit by a car in my younger days, so now I get pretty anxious when vehicles pass. I’m a work in progress, so my new family will have to continue teaching me leash manners. If you would like to add me to your family, please contact your adoption coordinator. If you do not have an adoption coordinator, please fill out an adoption application on our website: I am being fostered in Kinston.


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