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In shelter Dog

Newark, DE, 19713
Pet name:
German Shepherd Dog

Meet Ace, a 5 year-old German Shepherd/Doberman mixed breed who came to Delaware SPCA when his owner was deployed to the military. Hes a low/medium energy dog who loves going for walks, but also enjoys a good quiet nap and lounging around! Ace is highly intelligent and eager to please, and he knows commands like sit, stay, down, heel, and paw. He would benefit from someone who has the time to keep him mentally stimulated with activities and puzzle toys. He is really friendly with those he is comfortable with but also values his personal space; therefore, he would need a home with adults only. He gets very bonded to his people, so he would prefer to be your one-and-only pet! His ideal home would be quiet and calm, as lots of action can be a bit too much for him. He would also like a home with people who are home most of the time as he doesnt really like being left alone (someone who works from home would be perfect for him!) If youre interested in adopting Ace, please complete an adoption questionnaire first.

***Aces adopter will receive behavior support from our licensed dog trainer both pre- and post-adoption - for FREE! Because of this, more than one meet and greet may be needed before you get to take him home. But it will be worth the wait!


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