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Scout ****COURTESY LISTING*****   

In shelter Dog

Susanville, CA, 96130
Pet name:
German Shepherd Dog
Tricolor (Brown, Black, & White)
Coat length:
Scout is a beautiful, fun 1.5-year-old German Shepherd dog. He is a neutered male in good health. Scout has only been with my family for a short time but he is very easy to bond with. He needs someone with the time to get to know him, however, as he is people shy. Hes never been around young children that I know of, but he enjoys the company of other animals and is a friendly playmate for other dogs. He enjoys exercising, gentle rough housing and horseplay, and following his person everywhere they go. Weve worked with him on basic hand commands and whistles but again, he will need someone with time to get to know him and work with him.
Scout does well in a pen or enclosure while his owner is at work or running errands but prefers room to run and/or to come along with you for the day. He does well indoors/outdoors.
Scouts only real negative trait is his skittish personality. Because of his breed and size, it could be dangerous for strangers to surprise him. He has, however, shown great improvement in temperament when meeting new people since hes come to our home.

If adopted, Scout will come with the following to ease the transition- His Food and Water Dishes, a Harness that fits well, a Retractable Leash, a Toy or two, and a Bag of Food to mix while transitioning him to the diet of your preference.   

Please call Anthony at (530) 524-6316 for more information on Scout.
Alternately, please call (530) 691-3083.
You may also email to get more information on how to adopt Scout.


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