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Ferris (ID# 66701)   

In shelter Dog

Oakland, CA, 94601
Pet name:
Ferris (ID# 66701)
German Shepherd Dog
I am at Oakland Animal Services in kennel Dog L:4

Ferris is a lovely dog and so ready to go into a home!! He may be a good dog for someone looking for a chill GSD. Hes met kids and cats and has done well so far. (Its always a good idea for slow introductions with any new pets in the home.)

HIGHLIGHTS from the foster mom (he was in foster for a few weeks):

- He sometimes snores. LOUD. And it is seriously the cutest thing in the whole wide world.

- Potty trained!: Once I showed him the backyard he knew exactly what to do. He also poops on every walk as well.

- Great on walks: only needs 2x 15-30 minute walks a day. He is generally easy on leash and usually does not pull; he may go to the end of the leash the first 5 minutes of the walk, but after that hes pretty much in a heel for the duration of the walk when he is relaxed. He will occasionally bark when he sees other dogs on walks.

Distinguished gentleman Ferris is a volunteer favorite and a nice boy overall. He is about 6 years old and 70 pounds. Hes gotten along well with other dogs hes played with at the shelter and would probably do okay with a polite female dog in the home.

Give him a "day off" and bring him into your home forever!



to adopt and


to foster Ferris!


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