Hi! I’m Abbie. I’m a German Shepherd mix, with a DOB of 8/2/20. I came to rescue from Kentucky. My adoption fee is $350.00.
Who wouldnt want the Sweetest most loving, kissy dog in the world?! Abbie is all this and more. Her foster family says when shes not playing, she loving up on everyone and will give endless kisses if you let her.
This sweet Kentucky girl has grown into an amazing young girl since coming into rescue. She is fully housebroken and crate trained. She is great with other dogs and is cat friendly (with slow proper introductions). She is a good little girl that loves to play and run. She would do best with a fenced yard, minimum of 5 so she can play off all her energy. She would love another dog but could also be an only dog too. At this time with her personality and energy level she would do best in a home with older kids as younger kids do make her nervous.
If you are looking for a sweet active girl in your life, Abbie is the girl for you!
As a foster-based rescue, we do not have a central facility to visit. Meet and greets with specific dogs are arranged once your adoption application (not an inquiry through Petfinder) has been received, processed, and approved.
We do not allow our dogs to be tied, tethered chained or living outside. We do not allow our dogs to be confined in a underground fenced system. We would like to see her in a fenced yard 6 high. If you want to apply to adopt, please go to:
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