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In shelter Dog

Queen Creek, AZ, 85142
Pet name:
Belgian Shepherd / Malinois
Walter came to us after he was surrendered to the pound when his owners no longer wanted him due to an incident where he was resource guarding. He is going to require someone with experience with dogs that have a high drive, that can give him proper training and structure. He is around 1.5 years old and was said to have washed out of some form of law enforcement training. He knows the commands: sit, paw/shake, and plutz (German for down.) He has been very sweet with us and shares his kennel with a female malinois who he respects a lot. He cannot go to a home with cats or small children.

PLEASE e-mail (do not call) for more information and to set up an appointment to adopt. Do not e-mail us with a request to call you, if you have a question please ask in the e-mail.

All dog are adopted on a first come - first served basis.

Central Arizona Animal Rescue is a not-for-profit 501(c)3 corporation.

We are located in San Tan Valley, AZ.

If you have other dogs already, you must bring them for introduction prior to adoption.
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WE DO NOT TAKE OWNER SURRENDERS - If you are looking to surrender a dog, take them to the county animal control in the county you reside in. That is where we get all of our dogs we are trying to save.


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  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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