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In shelter Dog

Concord, NC, 28027
Pet name:
German Shepherd Dog
You can fill out an adoption application online on our official website.Introducing Abigail!

She is a 4-year-old Labrador/Husky mix who has had her whole life turned upside down when her beloved owner passed away. Sadly, she was adopted by a family member but that didnt last long because the resident dog didnt like her, so Abigail was sent to a kill shelter. We saved her from the euthanasia list and will work to find her the best forever home.

Abigail is a sweet and sensitive girl who enjoys playing with her foster doggie siblings, and de-stuffing toys. She is a huge fan of hard chew toys too. She really likes to ride in the car, and she walks well on a leash and harness.

Abigail is a really good girl, but she can be a little jumpy and skittish until she gets to know someone and who could blame her for being a little sensitive after going through what she has gone through. She is crate trained and she knows that it is her safe space.

Abigail will do best in a calm home with a family that is willing to work with her and will allow her time to warm up and build trust. She likes kids but will do best with older, respectful children. She is dog friendly, but they must have proper introductions and she really doesnt like dogs that jump in her face or at her. She will need a securely fenced yard.

Abigail is overall healthy but is currently being treated for Heartworms. The treatments have begun so she will be available for Foster to Adopt, which allows us to continue to pay for the treatment while you provide a loving and supportive home. When the treatment is completed, you will officially adopt!

If you are interested in meeting this sweet girl, just complete the online application and a volunteer will be in contact. If you have any questions, email them to

Will you be Abigailss new family?

If you are interested in giving this pet a "Furever Home" please complete a
Canine or Feline
Adoption Application. Make sure the application is completed in its entirety. Incomplete applications will not be reviewed.

Due to limited volunteers, we may only contact approve applicants. There are various reasons you may not be contacted

The dog/cat you applied for is very popular and has received a lot of applications

There are approved applicants, and we are working on meet and greets

We dont think you are the best match. It DOES NOT mean we think you would be a bad pet parent in any way.

Submitting an application does not mean you are committing to a dog or cat, nor does it guarantee you will be approved to adopt. We
have the
right to deny or refuse any applicant if in our judgement the pets needs will not be met, or the home environment is not compatible with the needs. We reserve the right to perform in-home visits at our discretion.


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