ADOPTED -02-04-12 – Kurt is a German shepherd dog which came to us via a rescue from a high kill shelter in north Florida. Our evaluation of this dog affirmed that aside from malnutrition and neglect, he suffered from physical and emotional abuse. Our rescue immediately undertook a program of rehabilitation to bring Kurt back to health both physically and emotionally. This task has been a journey of love, compassion and understanding that has allowed our rescue to experience the true joy of watching Kurt not only improve but excel, emerging as a beautiful, loving, loyal, intelligent definition of the German shepherd breed. This gentleman is happiest in presence of his people, playing, lounging, sleeping or protecting; he sees his job as his family and excels in the duty. One would think that due to his past that Kurt would be less than embracing and gentle but thanks to his superior character he has overcome his past, embracing all things children and human.
BLACK/SILVER AND GREY IN COLOR ** NEUTERED ** FULLY VETTED ** LEASH, HOUSE AND BASIC COMMAND TRAINED
GOOD WITH PEOPLE, CHILDREN AND OTHER DOGS
Kurt plays well with other dogs, allowing all the dogs to part of the games, urging all to become part of the festivities. Leash training, house training and basic command training have all been no brainers for this guy; with the proper approach he can accomplish almost anything. As stated previously Kurt thrives in a family environment, since he is fascinated with children the perfect environment will include these little ones. If you are looking for a new family member that is mature beyond his age, deeply understanding and above all else extremely loving, then you should apply immediately for our boy, Kurt.
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