ADOPTED ON 03-26-15 – Every once in a while our rescue gets at chance at working with a dog, that though injured, is still the definition of luck. Our new ward Murphy is just such a case, he was caught in a steel trap, had severe lacerations, was dumped at a shelter and was about to lose his leg. Then all of a sudden his foot started receiving blood, the x-rays revealed miraculously that he had no broken bones that he would not lose his foot and he landed in our hands. I said he had the luck of the Irish and thus his name Murphy.
FULL HEAVY COAT*** NEUTERED*** FULLY VETTED***GREAT WITH PEOPLE
GREAT WITH OTHER DOGS***LEASH, HOUSE AND BASIC COMMAND TRAINED
Mr. Murphy is a German shepherd and Siberian husky mix, weighs in at about 60-65 pounds, has a great full thick coat and is 12-18 months old. Our boy is now completely recovered, spoiled rotten and pretty sure that the world revolves around him. Murphy is as sharp as a tack, playful as a puppy, loving as an old soul, great with other dogs, great with all things people and stands as though he believes it is his job to oversee everything. This lad performed extremely well during our training and socialization programs, revealing superior training aptitude, superior social skills and an ability to manipulate.
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