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In shelter Dog

Newport Beach, CA, 92663
Pet name:
German Shepherd Dog
Cupid has recuperated from the needed surgery to correct his leg deformity. He has been recuperating at a GSROC foster home and is ready to begin looking for his forever home.

Cupid is a lively, curious guy who loves to be with his people. This boy has been through abandonment by his original family and then a major surgery so he will do best in a home where someone works from home or a home where someone is there frequently.

Cupid learns quickly and is eager to please. He is working to improve his manners and learn his important puppy skills. Cupid is crate trained and housebroken.

Cupid is a typical puppy who believes the world revolves around him. He loves when you play with him but doesnt always like it when his foster family gives attention to the other dog in the home. He is working on his dog to dog manners. She has an older female GSD in his foster home. Small dogs are not for Cupid. Calm children are best for this boy.

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An adoption counselor will contact you to go over your application and assist you in determining which dog may be best for your particular situation.


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