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Benjamin Button   

In shelter Dog

Austin, TX, 78704
Pet name:
Benjamin Button
German Shepherd Dog
If you would like to have a buddy wholl go with you to football tailgate parties, come meet Benjamin Button! But hey, if youd rather he just snoozes next to you while you read a book and watch TV, hell love doing that, too. 

This gentle, outgoing boy always wants to be with his foster mom and especially loves being petted and snuggling his head on her lap. He enjoys going with her to hang out with friends, to those tailgate parties and wherever she wants to go. 

Hes also very excited to go on short neighborhood walks. Hes interested and curious when he sees other dogs, pulling just slightly on his leash and gentle and friendly when meeting them. Hes also excited to meet new people, and very friendly with them, too. 

At home, Benjamin is happy to lounge and take naps near his foster and does well free roaming when shes away. Hes very well-behaved and always wants to please her. And he is house-trained. 

Benjamin is a very easygoing boy who will do well in many households. He does not need a lot of activity, just those short walks he enjoys. And hes very well-behaved, so does not require training. He should live nicely with other dogs. Come meet this adorable boy!


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