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Camella von Chieming   

In shelter Dog

Los Angeles, CA, 90007
Pet name:
Camella von Chieming
German Shepherd Dog
Camella von Chieming is a beautiful 18 month old German Shepherd. A little overwhelmed in the kennel environment, she will blossom once she finds her forever family, preferably with another friendly pup (but no cats).  This girl with classic shepherd good looks has a medium energy and is medium in size. On walks, she prefers to stay close to her handler and, when she sees other dogs, she greets them happily and walks great in a pack. She tends to be on the submissive side, so she stays away from any shenanigans. She would rather follow her dog friends around and explore the yard together. She knows a few commands and takes treats gently. Camella’s kind nature will flourish in a forever home.

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