ADOPTED ON 11-08-14 – What is there to say about Ms. Vivian that “nine month old German shepherd puppy” does not explain. This young lady is all about the breed definition, playful, loving, gentle, happy, intelligent, strong sense of character, bold, inquisitive, protective and at this age no off switch. Those that have had German shepherd puppies have learned to enjoy the maturing experience (you might as well, you can’t do anything else); those that have not had the said experience are in for an education of the highest order.
BLACK AND TAN COAT***SPAYED***FULLY VETTED*** GREAT WITH CHILDREN
GREAT WITH ADULTS***GREAT WITH OTHER DOGS
LEASH, HOUSE AND BASIC COMMAND TRAINED
Our rescue has enjoyed our work with Ms. Vivian tremendously; we have all had to be at the top of our game. This young lady is absolutely one of the most intelligent pups that I have had the honor of developing, she is always one step ahead, eager to learn and down right upset if we do not keep up. The lady is hilarious in her interactions with both people and other dogs, always sensing what should be done, allowing all to be happy and stealthily moving into a position where she thinks she has everybody in control. Obviously Vivian performed extremely well in all of our socialization and training programs, she is accomplished on the leash, has superb house manners and has full command of her basic commands. Our girl is a beautiful black and tan with a strong frame, great symmetry and is presently about 50 pounds. Vivian has a bossy streak but is phenomenal with children, playful and fun loving but very much aware at all times. This girl is capable of being trained to do almost anything but it must be understood that a new owner must continue training, this girl will need a job.
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