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In shelter Dog

Irwin, PA, 15642
Pet name:
Mixed Breed
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Doc is an approximately 2 year old German Shepherd mix who is looking for a special home.  He is a smart, happy and playful pup with a lot of energy who enjoys playing and going for walks, but he was not socialized well as a younger dog and is still developing his self-confidence.  As a result, Doc can be a little fearful of new people and new situations, so in particular, he needs to be introduced carefully to new people and things he has not experienced before.  However, for those he knows and is comfortable around, you will be hard-pressed to find a more fun, devoted and loving companion.  Doc would do best in a home that does not have lots of different people coming and going, a home without children, and he needs an experienced owner who will continue to help him gain confidence.  Doc lived in a foster home for a short period and got along very well with the other dogs and cats in the home, and he does well with the other dogs in the kennel.  For the right owner, however, Doc will be a devoted and affectionate pup that will provide years of unconditional love.

Applications are available at


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