Uncle Sam   

In shelter Dog

Rolesville, North Carolina, 27571
German Shepherd Dog
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Pet name:
Uncle Sam
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~~Uncle Sam is a gorgeous two year old, sable male. He is looking for a new family that likes to play ball and get slimed with kisses. He does very well with obedience commands and he is learning to trust people. He is great with women but he needs a little time, space and play to be comfortable around men. Uncle Sam will need an experienced handler to help him be his best self. Uncle Sam very much wants a forever home that will continue his training and give him fun jobs. He has a face that will melt your heart and he gets so happy for attention. He is very good being left alone and out of the crate and is housebroken. He is not food driven, but will do anything for a ball. He is socially awkward with other dogs and will need a slow, proper introduction. He has been around chickens, with no reaction. His foster mom is also working on his leash manners. Uncle Sam is being fostered near Fayetteville. If you are interested in making him a part of your family, please reach out to your adoption coordinator. If you do not have an adoption coordinator, please complete an adoption application at www.freedomgermanshepherdrescue.org


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