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In shelter Dog

Florence, IN, 47020
Pet name:
German Shepherd Dog
Approx 3-4 yrs
Male, neutered 
Approx. 75 lbs.
Crate trained ( requires an oversized crate) 
House trained, no accidents since being with foster (except day he had upset tummy and had diarrhea in crate

Jackson is such a good boy. 
After leaving a hoarding situation with 34 other dogs, he is a quick learner. Being treat and ball motivated makes him a quick study. He quickly learned his name and now knows a few commands, such as sit, down, and stay. 
His absolute favorite toy / game is playing ball . 
While Jackson enjoys long walks on trails in fields and woods he walks great on a 30 ft lead but is still working on manners on a short lead.
Field trips in the car are another one of Jacksons favorites! He rides like a gentleman and is mellow sitting at Panera or the barbershop. He is non reactive to other dogs while at Petsmart visits and when seeing. Them elsewhere. By observation, He did well with the other dogs he was with at the hoarding situation. ( all were medium to large breeds) 
Like most shepherds, he does have high energy typical with the breed and requires daily exercise and stimulation. This boy is a dreamboat, he only wants to please , any unwanted behavior only requires a verbal NO command and he immediately stops. Due to his size and higher energy he could be too energetic for younger children. He has met boys and girls while out in public Im age ranges of 5-10 and was wonderful with them and enjoyed their pets. There are no kids in his foster home.

All dogs are spayed/neutered, up to date on vaccines, heartworm prevention and flea/tick prevention and microchipped. Dentals are also done if necessary* 

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