Max - 15 month old Shepherd mix. Needs a home with a yard. No young kids.
Max is a 15 month old pup. He is active and loyal but needs a minute to size you up when he meets you. He loves to play in his fenced yard with his soccer ball. He likes his leashed walks but also enjoys just running in open spaces with his soccer ball in his mouth! He loves a good head rub. He's very intelligent and already knows some basic commands. He can be nervous around other dogs and needs a slow introduction to them. He's learning how to be more social. He responds extremely well to positive reinforcements. With time and exposure guided by an experienced hand, he can really flourish and be a confident dog.
Meeting strangers 'in the wild' is hard for Max and he gets a bit worried. He prefers to be given a moment and not have his space invaded uninvited. He is a bit worried around young kids and their fast movements so we prefer to see him with kids over 12.
He is updated on all shots, neutered and is chipped. His adoption fee is $395.
We cover the medical to prepare the pet for adoption and the adopt donations go directly to cover those costs and range from $295-$495. Thank you for stepping up to save a life!
To expedite to meet with this dog, please go to our site at www.savinggreatanimals.org and fill out an application. We look at the first applications to arrive, so we hope to hear from you soon!
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