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In shelter Dog

Gladwin, MI, 48624
Pet name:
German Shepherd Dog
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Reilly came into foster in December ??of 2018. He is a Great Dane/German Shepherd/Pitbull mix. ????

In August 2020 he will be 2 years old.When he arrived we knew there was something wrong with his back and that was about it. At 4 months old he could hardly walk and generally was in a sitting position dragging himself wherever he went. When he was able to see a specialist we found out that what we thought was a broken back was actually a birth defect and once he quit growing the birth defect stopped getting progressively worse.

Reilly has learned how to be a dog ?in foster. He walks, he runs, he plays just like any other dog. He moves differently but he is a happy and confident young dog. ?Reilly has some incontinence issues that we continue to work on. In the last few months Reilly has gotten progressively better with grooming himself. At one point he could not groom himself at all.

Reilly is funny and seems to have a real sense of humor. He may not be perfect but has worked very hard to just be a dog and if he could tell you himself. I have no doubt that he would say that he is just like everyone else. ?Reilly does require a bit more work then your average dog but he is well worth it. He is as sweet ?as the day is long. And would love to have his own family.

If you would like to adopt Reilly you can email us at or go to  and fill out the meet and greet application

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