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In shelter Dog

Chico, CA, 95973
Pet name:
German Shepherd Dog
Extra Large
My name is Walker and Im 2-3 years old.

If you are looking for a dog that loves to exercise, go on hikes, watch you do homework, protect your family and home, as well as your coworker, that is ME. Im extremely smart. When I was surrendered, I was a nearly feral dog, because of the lack of human interaction. I was so afraid of everything I would lose all control of my bowels anytime I heard a human voice, or a door close, or footsteps. Since Ive been at the shelter, Ive come such a long way. You would never think that was my background. Im always happy. Once I see a visitor that shows me attention and love, from there I dont take my eyes off of them and Ill stare at them, standing on the kennel walls, on my back 2 long legs. A couple details about me:

1) Yes Im very big, 90 pounds but dont let that intimidate you

2) I can be skittish at first but then Ill warm up very quickly

3) Unique traits: I believe I am a pure bred German shephard and one of my ears is flopped down for life due to damage caused by the hematoma I had on that ear. When I was found, I had a very bad ear infection and because of all the head shaking, that hematoma formed, which now causes that ear to be prone to ear infection usually only after swimming.

4) Im neutered and Im up to date on vaccinations

5) I have a high prey drive with cats but they think I would do great in a home with medium to large dogs. Meet and greet would be great!!

6) Im okay with children but with proper supervision due to my size

And side note Im very calm when I get put back in my kennel. I just want to please and Im very polite when I walk by other dogs


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