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In shelter Dog

Atlanta, GA, 30318
Pet name:
German Shepherd Dog
Meet Shane! Are you looking for an adventure buddy? Or perhaps a brother for your pup? Shane (know as Scooby in his foster home) would be a great addition to your family! He is a very well rounded and balanced dog. He always goes with the flow in whatever youre doing. A little more about him: - 4 year old male, 60lbs - house and potty trained - neutered - people, dog, CHICKEN and GOAT friendly - seems to be good with kids (when they pet him) but havent directly tested it in home - may be better with middle schooler aged kids and older - loves being outside and exercising but always doesnt mind a mellow day in the house - great on a leash, he always leaves a little bit of give - hes proven to be great off-leash as well - suitable partner for runs or hikes - loves to give kisses - knows the command sit, come, give me hug, no and back very well - seems to enjoy the water - makes for a good date at restaurants If youre interested, please consider applying for adoption at (search for Shane). This is not a commitment to adopt, but an opportunity to connect with his foster family and learn more about him.


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