SHEP - Reggie   

In shelter Dog

Ashville, Ohio, 43103
Shepherd, Retriever, Mixed
Black with Brown, Red, Golden, Orange or Chestnut
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SHEP - Reggie
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Online Adoption Application › Meet Reggie! Reggie is a handsome, very smart fella. He's a medium size shepherd with plenty of energy. He's friendly and very affectionate. For the first week in his new home he may be a little shy and standoffish. He is housebroke, knows his basic commands and does well on a leash. He has a tendency to be protective and is on the dominant side with other dogs and does not like to share his toys. He will need to be a only dog and a experienced GSD adopterReggie is fine with considerate children 12+ years old but no small children. He needs a active family(person) that will include him in their outdoor adventures. He needs plenty of daily exercise to keep him happy. A person who likes to take long walks, hikes, biking or boarding would be a great match for this guy.  REQUIREMENTS FOR ADOPTING SHEPHERDS BREED DOGS FROM DASH RESCUE:- NO small dogs, animals, rodents, rabbits, chickens, birds or cats living at the home.- NO children under the age of 8 years of age.- Must have a 4' fence or higher.- **MUST HAVE GSD EXPERIENCE **If interested go to to submit an application.Questions! Email:


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