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In shelter Dog

Raleigh, NC, 27619
Pet name:
German Shepherd Dog
You can fill out an adoption application online on our official website.

FORREST~6-8 years old. Good with kids and dogs. Cats TBD.

Please note: Forrest is not a GSRA dog, he is being fostered by Jeanne B. - please contact her with questions or to find out more about Forrest --

Meet Forrest!

A cuddly teddy bear who had been on his own for more than two months.

Forrest is a German Shepherd/Husky mix. The vet estimates that hes about six- eight years old but he acts like a puppy! Forrest gets along well with all other dogs and all people (I have not introduced him to cats). He is very gentle and super smart. He yearns for a human companion or two. I can tell hes lived in a home before because he is housetrained and well- behaved. Hes learning to be comfortable in a crate and is anxious when riding in a car. But he does great at the vets office and in dog day camp.

We are working with him on training and he is smart and receptive. He definitely appreciates his warm soft bed on the floor beside his humans

Please consider opening your heart and home to this wonderful dog. Hes in good health and is up-to-date on all of his vaccines and is neutered; he is heartworm negative and on prevention. He had a UTI but is fully recovered.

Please contact Jeanne B at for more information about Forrest.

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