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In shelter Dog

Los Angeles, CA, 90049
Pet name:
German Shepherd Dog
Coat length:
Brie is a happy, sweet, love bug whos smart, responsive and learns fast.  She is a little bit smaller but just as beautiful!  She picks up new behaviors quickly and is motivated by using treats and praise. She is housebroken and crate- trained. Brie likes to be active and would be a great adventure partner. She already knows sit and down and proudly takes the treats she earns for being so smart. For her walks, she starts out excited and ready, pulls a bit but listens well. While at times she can bark at certain other dogs as shes out and about, she has done well meeting dogs up close on walks and in playgroups.  She enjoys exploring and sniffing about. She can be wary of people she does not know, but after a while she will warm up to you - and when she does, she’s your BFF.  Brie needs a slow introduction to people she doesn’t know and will benefit from a calm home and a shepherd-experienced, confident owner who will provide structure and patiently continue her training in order to bring out the very best in this beauty. Brie is looking for her forever home, whether in California or as an adventure in a new state!

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