ADOPTED 04-14-12 – Samantha is an absolutely beautiful, female, sable, 12 month old, 80 pound, German shepherd dog. Our rescue received this girl from a family that could no longer care for her. Though somewhat depressed Samantha has shown a real ability to adapt, opening up to the other dogs at our facility, playing with the volunteers and responding well to our training and socialization program. This young lady is extremely smart, very strong willed, responds well to a confident and controlling hand and is a joy to be around if she respects you. As can be inferred from my previous statement, Samantha was spoiled, coddled, allowed to run the show and overall just be a brat, all behaviors that we refuse to allow any further. Samantha is in the process of being resocialized, which will allow her to be more balanced and therefore happier. To date she is responding well and I believe she will be a happy, loving and playful puppy in the hands of a competent and capable new owner. From my perspective, Samantha, has responded extremely well to me, seeming to be much happier with a confident, in control handler, something that takes much of the stress from the relationship.
TRICOLOR LONG HAIR****SPAYED****FULLY VETTED****LEASH, HOUSE AND BASIC COMMAND TRAINED****GOOD WITH ADULTS, CHILDREN AND OTHER DOGS
Samantha is accomplished on the leash, house manners and basic commands, task which she accomplished with very little effort. She plays well with the other dogs and is quite respectful of the needs of the pack. Samantha possesses a very strong protective instinct that is very much under control with normal supervision. This girl telegraphs her feeling and intentions quite visibly, allowing an alert and attentive handler to be ahead of and in control of her at all times. Samantha will make a very special new family member, loving, caring, protective and loyal forever.
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