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In shelter Dog

Austin, TX, 78733
Pet name:
German Shepherd Dog
Coat length:
-Spayed female
-5 years old
-about 80 pounds 
-Current on vaccinations, microchipped
-Heartworm negative
-House and crate trained
-Good with other dogs and people but dominant
-Not tested with cats or children yet
-Location: Austin area Foster Home 

The Rescue Lady said I should start with a fun fact. My favorite nursery rhyme is the one about the old lady that lived in a shoe and had so many children she didn’t know what to do. Me too. At least they are pretty sure I had puppies at some point and puppies are basically dog children. Plus how cool would it be to live in a shoe?!!

Right now I’m living in a people house with my Foster Family. I’m super calm and gentle with a low to medium energy drive. I still have mutternal instincts and like to carry all my stuffy toys and make a little nest on the bed. But technically I’m an empty nester now.

The best guess on my age is about 5 years old and I should weigh 90 pounds once I get to a healthy weight. I’m a purebred dog. A French Bulldog. Just joking, I’m a German Shepherd. Almost made you make an eye doctor appointment didn’t I?

I had to have a doctor appointment because I am heartworm positive and started on some medicine, so you’ll need to get the deets on that. I’m spayed too. No more need for the birds and bees talk, a little too late anyway. But you’ll definitely need to have that worm talk.

I am a little shy initially but remain very calm when meeting new people or new dogs. I take a little time to trust people and it took me about a week to settle into the groove of my Foster House routine. I’m doing awesome in my crate and now I love settling down in the crate. My bathroom schedule is regular too.

I do saunter over when I hear my Foster Family say “Cortana”. But that’s really the only people word I know. I do well on walks. My Foster Family took me for a drive and they said I was a calm curious rider. We went to PetSmart. It’s a store for dogs. Even though I’m not that into treats or toys, it was still pretty cool to sniff so many whiffs in one place.

Since I do have a motherly way about me, I do consider myself the family matriarch, so I will do well with any non-dominant dog. I do not like dominant dogs or dogs that put on a show. Me and the other German Shepherd that live here have established a good working relationship and mutually respect each other’s space.

I do interact and play well with dogs that want to play but I get tired quickly due to my heartworms. My Foster Family says “Overall she is an awesome dog, very caring, loyal and affectionate. Hope she finds a really good home to take care of her.” Oh my, I think I’m gonna cry, that’s the nicest thing any human ever said about me. I’m so thankful that they opened their home to save me.


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