Breeds:
German Shepherd Dog, Mixed
Colors:
Lost or found date:
05.17.2021
Pet name:
Roux
Gender:
Male
Description:
Roux is about one and a half years old, weighs 55 pounds, and has tested negative for heartworms.  He has lots of energy and is ready for a home with a fenced-in yard and person or family (no toddlers though) willing to put the attention and training into him that he needs to be a good boy.  He is a little unsure in new situations and needs some time to build confidence, but he likes being in his kennel so we recommend having one for his comfort zone until he settles in.  Fortunately he seems willing to please and is very treat-motivated!  One of our volunteers describes him as sweet but not overly clingy.  Although he started his life out on a chain, he loves leash-walking and human attention.  A home with shepherd experience would be preferred, and he would possibly be better as an only dog or with a dog who doesn't mind if he is the alpha.           In order to be considered for the adoption process, please fill out the adoption pre-interview form located HERE. This form MUST be COMPLETED AND SUBMITTED before inquiring about adoption. A representative from EMAR will respond in a timely manner. Adoption fees vary per animal based on age, breed, expenses, etc.

Location


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