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In shelter Dog

Bridgton, ME, 04009
Pet name:
German Shepherd Dog
Brown / Chocolate
Coat length:
Red is your typical GSD through and through!
He is passionate, talkative, affectionate, goody, playful, protective, incredibly intelligent, and sometimes a big baby.

Red would have made an exceptional police K9 in another life!!

If you are looking for an enthusiastic, energetic, but also okay to cuddle on the couch all day type dog—look no further! He is just as happy to play or run all day long as he is to be lazy. 
Having canine siblings is the MOST important for this boy in a new home, as well as either a physical fence or leash/run 100% of the time.
Red’s shepherd instincts can pop up as protective behaviors, so he must remain controlled around his home and territory.
Don’t let that fool you though—this gentle goober is more interested in making friends than being suspicious! 
Red is fantastic with all types of dogs and is actually a great big brother figure to younger males. His favorite playmates are males his age, around 2 years old, and the goofier/sillier, the better!

Red has two adamant requirements for his new home:
-At least one other dog! If you do not have another dog, Red would love to take a foster brother or sister with him to a new home!
-A fenced yard or strict leash/run set-up when he is outside. 
Other than that, he can easily mold into a dog savvy household that is ready to extend all the love to this special, one-of-a-kind boy!

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All Ears Animal Rescue and Sanctuary

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