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Titus T   

In shelter Dog

Ramona , CA, 92065
Pet name:
Titus T
German Shepherd Dog
Brown / Chocolate
We are so happy to welcome Titus T to our Thulani family. Titus is an affectionate boy who is learning to enjoy the luxury of foster life. Titus was surrendered to a local LA shelter after being left alone in a chain link yard neglected and having to fend for himself. The shelter neutered him and removed a mass from his neck before he found his way to Thulani. He is now settling into his foster home where he is receiving much needed love and attention as we learn more about him. 

UPDATE: Titus has settled nicely into his foster home. It took him a week or two to get settled because he is blind and needed to learn the layout of his new surroundings. He is a very laid back boy. He loves people and other dogs, calmly greeting them with a wagging tail and sniffs. He does well with the teens in the foster home as well as a younger child who visits. Titus likes to take short, slow walks and is a model citizen on a leash. He has access to the backyard throughout the day, but he likes to sleep on his soft pillow in the house. He is very relaxed, eager to please boy who enjoys chewing on toys if he isnt napping. Titus is eager to find his forever family.

Titus T Summary:
- Titus is a neutered male, 10 yrs old, weighs 64 lbs, current on shots
- Good with Adults, kids, dogs, and travel in the car
- Cats TBD
- Located in Southern California

Titus passed a set of behavior tests before being accepted into the TSGSR. The tests are not intended to assess how smart the dog is but are important for TSGSR to determine if the dog is expected to be safe in a family home. The tested behaviors check to see if the dog will guard or protect food or toys from people, will tolerate handling all over its body (including ears, nose, lips to check teeth, lifting paws, belly, back, and gently pulling the tail) and the ability to get along with other well behaved dogs. Titus remained calm during all of these tests and showed no aggressive tendencies. 

Whats Next for Titus T:
Thulani Senior German Shepherd Rescue (TSGSR) will continue to see that he is well cared for. He will come to your home with a supply of food, a cushy pad if wanted, and other goodies such as toys.

If you want to learn more about Titus, or are possibly interested in providing an adoptive home, please send us a message by clicking on the "Ask About Me". 

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