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In shelter Dog

Cleveland, TN, 37311
Pet name:
German Shepherd Dog
I may be big and have a big bark, but I dont have any bite and just want to find my forever home, I am a very loving boy who just wants to sit in the front seat with the windows down with my new family I would love to play some ball (might not always bring it back) but I definitely love to run! I can be stubborn when it comes to going into kennels, but I LOVE cheese wizz and I will do anything for it! I am used to living an active lifestyle! I would love to get up and go adventure with you. I love to learn! You can use my favorite toys or treats as positive reinforcement and to teach me new things. I will be best in a home of my own since I love having all the attention on myself. Im not the biggest fan of sharing my domain other animal buddies - but I will be YOUR best friend!

As always, introductions to existing family members should be done slowly and over time. Our adoptions team will give you suggestions on how to introduce your new family member! Visit anytime! The Adoption Center is open Tuesday-Saturday from 12pm-5pm. Appointments are not required for adoptions! Primary Color: Black Secondary Color: Brown Weight: 100lbs Age: 3yrs 2mths 0wks Animal has been Neutered


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