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Togo (CM05)   

In shelter Dog

Van Horne, IA, 52346
Pet name:
Togo (CM05)
German Shepherd Dog
Togo came to us from Wichita Animal Shelter. He was listed as a stray and on the euthanasia list. Togo is the BIGGEST lover EVER!! He loves loves giving kisses. He knows how to sit and lay down. He has been working hard to walk on a leash nicely and to limit his jumping. Togo loves to give his humans hugs and face kisses, but needs to know that he needs to be invited to do that. Because of this and his size, a home without small children is needed. He did great with Nymeria when we introduced him but cats are unknown. 

His quirks:
He is a jumper and can clear a 6ft fence. I personally dont think he would if he was with another dog or human but just left in the backyard, he could. He is a big boy and will knock you over if you arent prepared, so no small children. 

Togo needs to be in with a family and spoiled rotten.

If you are interested in a lieftime pf sloppy kisses, Togo is your guy.

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