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In shelter Dog

Anaheim, CA, 92801
Pet name:
German Shepherd Dog
Tricolor (Brown, Black, & White)
Coat length:
Hi Im Audrey and Im looking to be adopted into a home with someone who can love me and be as devoted to me as I am to you! I am a puppy and need my walks/ exercise every day and someone who can work with me as I learn and grow. I am a smart girl and pick things up really quickly. So far Ive got a few basic things down pat: sit, down, and I will usually shake/ high five as well. Im also potty trained. I was easy playing in the yard with other dogs at the shelter and I have a sweet disposition. I like the cats in my foster home but Im still working on understanding how to be gentle with them. Right now I kind of see them as littermates so I definitely need to be worked with if Im going to cohabitate with feline friends. 

I have been vaccinated for Rabies, Bordatella, and DHLPP, dewormed, and flea treated. I have not yet spayed but that is already paid for as long as I am brought back to the Downey Shelter for that. If youre interested in meeting me or learning more about me please reach out to my foster mom Christa here (or her cell: 714-414-9293) and she can tell you more about me. Thank you and I cant wait to meet you!


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