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Abby Grace   

In shelter Dog

Ramona, CA, 92065
Pet name:
Abby Grace
German Shepherd Dog
Meet Abby Grace!

Abby Grace entered Rancho Cucamonga Animal Center as a stray with a microchip, but when the owners were contacted, they didnt come to bring her back home. Its hard for us to understand their decision, because Abby Grace is such a sweet girl. Dont worry though, we are going to find a wonderful home for her where she is wanted and loved! Abby Grace is 10 years old and a petite German Shepherd at only 49 lbs. She arrived at Frosted Faces on August 24th.

When Abby Grace first arrived, she was understandably nervous in her new surroundings and unsure about why she is here. Fast forward a few weeks, and she now loves being petted and enjoys being in our play yard with her Frosted Friends Alpha and Fraulein. She goes on our weekly Sunday hikes and is great on leash. In addition to getting along well with other dogs, Abby Grace is good with cats.

Abby Grace is currently on a two-week Frosted Fling, and we are excited to learn what she is like in a home setting. Her Fling Mom reports that Abby Grace is settling in and doing very well with the two small dogs and one larger dog in the home. She seems to be potty trained, is great on leash, and sleeps through the night. Abby Grace enjoys hanging out in the yard with her Fling Mom and the other dogs, exploring and sniffing. She is good with young children, including babies, too!

If you would like to be Abby Graces forever family, please complete our placement questionnaire at:

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No adoption fees, and we provide free lifetime medical care at FFF Veterinary Hospital!


Updated: 10/1/22


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