ADOPTED ON 01-24-15 POLICE TRAINING DOG – Dear Miss Coco is a diminutive 15-month-old German shepherd with a classic black, tan and red coat, beautiful lines and the very definition of “living doll”. Our girl was rescued from a back yard breeder that intentionally stunted her growth by breeding her too early and with holding food. This is a practice used by unethical breeders so they can get more dogs into less space. Though miss coco will be limited in size (55 to65 pounds) she has decided that that is her only limitation showing great intellect, strong presence, wonderful openness, love of life and tremendous strength to overcome her past. Anyone who spends any time at all with this young lady falls immediately in love.
CLASSIC BLACK/RED/TAN COAT***SPAYED***FULLY VETTED
WONDERFUL PERSONALITY***GREAT WITH PEOPLE AND OTHER DOGS
LEASH, HOUSE AND BASIC COMMAND TRAINED
Coco is without a doubt a very special girl, always open and respectful to others be they human or canine, gentle to all around her and loving without bounds. Those in our rescue that have worked extensively with this girl have found the experience to quite unique in that we all believe she has taught us far more than we will ever be able to teach her. Coco has all of the classic German shepherd traits of intelligence, loyalty, gentleness, loving and strong protective instinct but she carries all of this a step farther by wrapping everything in the warmth of the maternal drive. This wonderful creature has performed very well in all of her training and socialization programs reflecting the ability to fit into almost any family situation. As is the case with our entire wards coco will be capable on the leash, know her basic commands and process great house manners.
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