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In shelter Dog

Humboldt , SK, S0K 2A0
Pet name:
German Shepherd Dog
Coat length:
My name is Precious 

I was found as a stray and brought into the Spca and nobody has claimed me. I am a German shepherd X. The girls think I am maybe 2 years old. I am very shy and timid so I will need someone with patience and someone that will show me love.  I am spayed, vaccinated, and dewormed. 

Update - This sweetheart is still up for adoption!  Precious is doing amazing and has really come out of her shell while in a home setting. When she first arrived at the SPCA she was very timid and shy, but after being in a home she really perked up! We know you’ll fall head over heels for this girlie! She is ready to find her forever home. Precious does need a home with no cats!

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