Courtesy post for Chief.
Please contact Gabi at
firstname.lastname@example.org if interested.
Chief is a 6-7 month German Shepherd mix who is very high energy and high drive. Due to his behavior and anxiety, he is not a good fit for my house and is in desperate need of a good home. With the time, training and love, He will make someone a wonderful companion and family member. Chief has high anxiety and tends to react due to fear of other dogs so is currently on anti anxiety meds which help but training is needed in order to help him overcome his reactivity. Chief needs to be a single dog or with someone who is able to keep him separated while slowly resocializing him to other animals. He is a sweet pup who has all the potential in the world but first needs someone to help him overcome his past experiences.
He is currently intact however has an appointment on Oct 7th to get neutered.
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