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In shelter Dog

Fredonia, WI, 53021
Pet name:
German Shepherd Dog
Brown / Chocolate
Hi my name is Ridges. I am a 4 year old neutered German Shepherd. I dont look like a regular German Shepherd but my foster mom thinks I might be a Dutch Shepherd based on what the Google says. I found myself in foster care with White Paws after being surrendered in Texas. I have been at my foster home for almost a week. I guess my foster mom tells my foster dad every day that I should stay forever here but he keeps reminding her that if they keep all the fosters then they cant continue to foster other dogs 
My foster mom says I am amazing. I am housebroken, crate trained, I can sit, lay down, crawl, stay and heel on a leash. Wow she says!
On top of all that I get along great with my foster brother and sister and I also love my humans. I would be fine in a home with other dogs or without because Im happy being wherever my humans are too. I am very food motivated and am fed separately from the other dogs because I dont want them to steal my food.
I also have a strong prey drive so probably wont do well in a home with small animals like cats.
Even though there are no cats here my foster mom has seen me go after little critters pretty aggressively. I really wanted to herd those big horses around too!
Oh wait! Did you see my ears?????


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