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In shelter Dog

Seattle, WA, 98165
Pet name:
German Shepherd Dog
Animal Profile: Freya is an estimated 3-year-old, 60 lb female German Shepherd who has a lot of love to give. She is smart and loves to work for you. She will thrive with a strong leader -- otherwise she is prone to anxiety. This loyal and affectionate girl can be slow to warm up to new people but once you earn her trust, shes very eager to please. She is fully obedience trained and will do best with a breed savvy owner capable of providing Freya guidance, as well as mental and physical stimulation. Freya has lived with other dogs and would be fine with older children as well. She is house trained, crate trained and obedience trained.

Adopter Profile:

Large dog experience required
Shepherd experience preferred
Single family residence required (no apartments)
Secure fenced yard preferred
Other balanced dogs OK
No small children
Unknown with cats (can be tested upon request)

Adoption Info:
Adoption fee is $400 which includes spay/neuter, all core vaccinations, microchip, heartworm test and health certificate. Your adoption fee may be tax deductible as Dog Gone Seattle is a federal 501c3 organization.


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Animal History: Freya was found as a stray in Dec 2020 in Tacoma extremely underweight (40 lbs) and very scared. She was taken into Tacoma Humane Society and transferred to Dog Gone Seattle. She was fostered with DGS for several months while she learned basic manners and gained 15 lbs. She was adopted in March 2021 and lived with a caring family. Unfortunately they lived in a condo with no secure yard in a busy urban environment, which proved too challenging for Freya with those particular owners. She was returned to DGS in April 2022 and is currently being fostered with our training partner Seattle K9 Command. She has since mastered her obedience training and made great strides on her areas for improvement including leash reactivity to people and dogs. She is now available for adoption in the greater Seattle area.


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