ADOPTED 10-13-12 – This very precious animal came too our rescue via the animal shelter route, possessing the major issues of malnutrition, heavy handed treatment, hair loss, infected ear tips and a broken spirit. Today our boy Rinny is the very definition of good health and spirit, thankfully he has decided to embrace life, trust again and never look back. Rinny is a beautiful male, German shepherd of about 30 months, with a black/silver/red coat that absolutely glows and a projected weight of about 80 pounds. This guy is a true joy to be around, always loving, always gentle and always open to approach. The only issue with Rinny is that due to the severe environment of abuse that he came from, his new owner must always be as gentle with him as he is with you. It is amazing that these wonderful creatures can find the ability to forgive, open their hearts to love and allow themselves to trust limitlessly again, these animals truly are gods representation of how to live. Rinny has moved forward completely, totally embracing all things human and relishing his time with the other dogs.
RED/BLK/SILVER COAT***NEUTERED***FULLY VETTED***GOOD WITH PEOPLE ***GOOD WITH OTHER DOGS***LEASH, HOUSE AND BASIC COMMAND TRAINED
Rinny has passed all of our socialization and training programs and is quite ready for his new home. Our boy is leash, house and basic command trained, and as stated previously he is great with people (including small children) and is great with other dogs that are not aggressive toward him. Rinny is a happy dog that is most happy in the presence of a loving human that will stroke him, talk to him and allow him to sit quietly at their feet. Gentleness defines this dog and gentleness should be the main desire of his new owner.
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|Location||Lower Alabama Gulf Coast|
|Breed||German Shepherd /|
|Fee||0 Includes Transportaton|
|Children||All Ages, xydac-null|