German Shepherd Dog, Siberian Husky, Mixed
Tan, Yellow, Fawn with White
Lost or found date:
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ADOPTABLE & PLAYFUL Oso - MALE ♂ | 6 YEARS | 65 LBS.   We think that Oso is a German Shepherd/Siberian Husky mix, so that means he is sharp, intelligent, and incredibly loyal.  Oso was waiting in a shelter for almost 2 years before he found his way to Happy Hearts. We just cannot understand why this sweet pup could be in a shelter for this long and still has yet to find his furever home.  While Oso is about 6 years old, he is still very much a puppy at heart. He loves to play ball and with his toys in the home, and can be pretty goofy with his foster humans.  This fluffy bear absolutely loves all humans and dogs when they are introduced properly.  ❣The ideal home for Oso has no children younger than 13 and no small dogs.  He has been disappointed too many times by humans, We would love to find this sweet pup his furever home where he knows he is safe, loved, and will be cared for.  Let us know if you can provide the kind of home Oso deserves. Apply on our website: #gsdforever #gsdwalk #gsdadventures #gsdadoptme #gsdadoption #gsdaddict #gsdadventure #gsdsandiego #gsdlife #gsdfoster #gsdfosterneeded #gsdfosterhome #sddogfoster #sddogrescue #adoptdontshop #adoptme #adoptadog #rescuedog #mixedbreed #oceanside #temecula #springvalley #lamesa #eastcountysd #huskymix #availableforadoption #huskylovers #adopthusky


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