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In shelter Dog

Washington, DC, 20011
Pet name:
Australian Shepherd
Merle (Blue)
Coat length:
COURTESY POST-Washington DC - Owners email address is at the bottom of the bio

This has been the hardest decision in the world but we have decided to rehome our 1.5 year old Great Pyrenees mix, Lewie. Lewie is the cutest, sweetest boy but he has a lot of anxiety which is exacerbated by living in our row house on a busy, noisy street in DC with lots of nearby dogs.

We know Lewie would do much better in a single family home in a quieter neighborhood with a family willing to give him the love and attention he needs. He does have separation anxiety and barks when we leave him alone (hes not destructive though!), so we would love to find a home where people are usually around and where his barking when alone wouldnt be a problem. He does well with most other dogs and loves being around lots of people.

Were happy to chat more about him, schedule a visit or a trial period, or answer any questions! Hes neutered, up to date on all vaccines, and is pretty well trained. Please contact us if you want more info about him, or you can apply to foster or adopt him on Pet Rescue Alliances website at

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