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Pet name:
German Shepherd Dog, Mixed
Coat length:
My name is Aslan (as the lion in “The Chronicles of Narnia”)  

and I am a 4 yo German Shepherd who loves other dogs and cats. I am also potty trained, crate trained and up to date on vaccinations. 

I have learned to walk on leash and feel comfortable outdoors. I no longer fear strollers, bikes, joggers and I am by the door when I see my foster mom with the leash. I am currently attending dog training school where I am learning to be brave and gain confidence. I get anxious when I am away from my foster mom but the nice people at school are teaching me things aren't so scary.  

My relationship with humans started recently and I am learning to trust and love people as I trust and love my foster mom, but I am still fearful and need time to warm up to new people—treats really help 

 I am NOT a dog for just anybody.

 I am looking for somebody very patient, willing to commit to as many meet&greets as needed to make me feel comfortable around him/her.

 I would prefer to have dog friends to play and cuddle with, furry friends make me feel more comfortable and confident. I started learning things late in life but I am smart and have a very gentle nature. Must have a tall fence in the yard (6+) as I am a big boy who can jump easily.

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  1. American Humane Association
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  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
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