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Giselle von Giesen   

In shelter Dog

Los Angeles, CA, 90007
Pet name:
Giselle von Giesen
German Shepherd Dog
Giselle von Giesen is a stunning 14 month old German Shepherd. Our prettiest tri-pod
(3-legged) beauty, Giselle is the kind of dog whose whole demeanor lets you know she’s just grateful to be here and looking forward to the best years of her life.  Her tri-pod status doesn’t slow her down in any way from enjoying life, but she knows her limits and will let her friends know when they are getting a little too pushy.  She is sociable and playful in playgroup situations and has learned how to heel nicely on her walks.  She loves people and is eager to please, though she’s still a young dog and would benefit from continued training.  Giselle is just the sweetest girl you could meet!  Will you be her forever friend?

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