ADOPTED ON 10-25-14 – If the shoe fits —- our boy Texas (male, 1 year old, German shepherd) is the very definition of all things Texas, he is big, and he is bold. He has the swagger, he has the smooth southern touch and when it comes to his family, you don’t mess with Texas. Our boy is without a doubt what comes to mind when you think German shepherd, loyal, friendly, capable, intelligent, strong character and a strong but in control protective instinct. “Tex” still has a lot of puppy in him though nothing out of the ordinary for a top notch GSD, this translates as exercise is good, exercise is great, exercise is required – did I mention exercise. Anyone who has ever raised a GSD pup will tell you that the last thing you want in your house is a highly motivated but bored German shepherd, they will entertain themselves generally at your expense.
BEAUTIFUL BLACK/RED/TAN COAT (CLASSIC )***NEUTERED
FULLY VETTED*** GREAT WITH OTHER DOGS
GREAT WITH PEOPLE ***LEASH, HOUSE AND BASIC COMMAND TRAINED
Tex has revealed during his training that he very quick to learn, very quick to love and very quick to bond, at this point he is quite capable on the leash, has full understanding of his basic commands and of course has full possession of great house manners. This young man is fabulous with other dogs, wonderful with people and absolutely enamored with children. What I must say at this point is that Tex is a very special and capable German shepherd that would be under served by anyone that did not have the time and patience to help him fully develop his potential. If you know German shepherds and appreciate all that they bring to the table then you would be well served to pursue this guy.
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