ADOPTION DATE 04-12-14 – Our new graduate Sonny is a magnificent male German shepherd with a black and red slick coat that will top the scales at about 80 pounds and is 4 and 5 years of age. Sonny was an owner turn in that was not physically abused but was emotionally devastated since he had been with this family his entire life. The reason given for the turn in was that a newborn child was allergic to dogs. What ever the case Mr. Sonny is an absolute dream, loving, playful, happy, gentle, great with people of all sizes, great with other dogs and possesses a strong but in control protective instinct. Obviously our boy is quite family oriented and will probably do best in a family environment but above all else he wants his people to dote on. Sonny is a riot a play, he chases toys, loves tug of war, slides in to get belly rubs and in general is just a big clown.
BLACK AND RED SLICK COAT***NEUTERED***FULLY VETTED***GREAT WITH PEOPLE***GREAT WITH OTHER DOGS***LEASH, HOUSE AND BASIC COMMAND TRAINED
One of our volunteers has a six-year-old little girl and when she comes into the kennel Mr. Sonny is absolutely mesmerized, she becomes the focus of all of his attention and love. This young man is a classic German shepherd complete with all the positive characteristics of the breed including a hard wired needs to take care of his family and their property. Sonny has a presence about him that will put you totally at ease, it is as though you realize immediately that he reads all situations correctly and is fully in tune with you at all times. Of course our boy has accomplished all of his socialization and training programs and in addition he is leash, house and basic command trained.
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