ADOPTED ON 05-07-16 – His name is “King”, he is huge, he is gorgeous, he is still growing and he is all puppy. This guy is everything a German shepherd puppy should be, huge, love sponge, playful, happy, smart, short attention span and a total joy. King should top out somewhere north of 100 pounds, should have a long flowing coat, will develop all German shepherd characteristics and will be as smart as they come. Even though this young man is still just a puppy he performed extremely well on all of our training and socialization programs. We found his main strengths to be his openness to training, his friendly nature and his intelligence.
LONG FLOWING CLASSIC COLOR COAT**NEUTERED**FULLY VETTED** GREAT PERSONALITY**GREAT WITH PEOPLE AND DOGS** LEASH, HOUSE AND BASIC COMMAND TRAINED
King does extremely well with other dogs and is also great with people, especially if you like to hug when you are not looking – he really craves attention! When it comes to a dog like King you know that the potential is there for greatness but it must be developed, so if you do not have the time or the ability to handle the puppy journey then you should look elsewhere. From my perspective as his trainer I have thoroughly enjoyed my experience, the only limitation that King will have is the level of his continued training. To the family that is willing to invest the time and effort, King will be as good as they come!
DISCLAIMER: THE BREED POSTED ON OUR DOGS’ BIOGRAPHIES ARE OUR BEST GUESS BASED ON SEVERAL YEARS OF DOG RESCUE. ADOPTERS WHO NEED TO KNOW THE EXACT BREED OF A PARTICULAR DOG MUST HAVE THE DOG TESTED AT THEIR OWN EXPENSE.
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|Life Average||10-12 Years|
|Location||Lower Alabama Gulf Coast|
|Fee||All Shots + Transport - 550|
|Children||8 to 14, Over 14|
|Personality||King is everything a German shepherd puppy should be, huge, love sponge, playful, happy, smart, short attention span and a total joy.|
|Organization||Randy GSD Rescue|
|Randy GSD Rescue|
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