ADOPTED 02-18-12 – Our new rescue Abraham (Abe ) is a male, 10 month old, 80 pound, beautiful definition of the German shepherd dog. This wonderful young man came to us via an owner abandonment at a high kill animal shelter in Louisiana. Thankfully Abe was noticed almost the time he arrived and our rescue was notified, allowing him to avoid the trauma of a shelter stay. All things considered Abe is in great condition physically and emotionally, responding extremely well to our training and socialization program. This guy is the true definition of all things good in the German shepherd breed, strong but gentle, intelligent but funny, strong guardian instinct but always under control, loving but aware, truly a bond that can only exist at this level with this breed. Abe has embraced his new life with gusto, choosing to focus on the future, reveling in the unknown, reflecting a trust in man that unfortunately we probably do not deserve. My goal at this point is to insure that Abe is placed with a family that will provide him with a life that supports his unshakable faith in man.
TRICOLOR*****NEUTERED***** FULLY VETTED***** LEASH, HOUSE AND BASIC COMMAND TRAINED
GOOD WITH ADULTS, CHILDREN AND OTHER DOGS
Abe blew through the training and socialization program with the ease of an athlete and superior student. This young man is adapting with the leash, house manners, basic commands, social activities with adults and children and social activities with other dogs. Should you desire a young dog that is mature for his age, is a true love sponge, is easily trained and will make a excellent family member, then you really should apply for my friend , Abraham ( Abe ).
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