ADOPTED ON 03-28-15 – Well let’s see now, what can I say about an 8 month old, male, German shepherd puppy that will come across as bestowing desirability on said pup. He is cute, he is lovable, he is **************Oh well I tried! The bottom line is that our boy Travis is exactly what an 8 month old German shepherd should be, high energy, smart, manipulative, strong, capable, full of himself, strong willed, strong protective instinct and absolutely the most lovable creature on the planet. This boy can be trained to do almost anything but I assure you that you will receive as much training as he. A person with the background, time and patience to develop Travis will be rewarded with an almost perfect example of the breed.
SABLE COAT***NEUTERED***FULLY VETTED***GREAT WITH PEOPLE ***GREAT WITH OTHER DOGS***LEASH, HOUSE AND BASIC COMMAND TRAINED
As anyone who has ever owned a German shepherd can attest, the bond of the shepherd is unique to the breed and our boy will provide that bond superbly. The first two years of a shepherd’s life is one of training, understanding, developing and bonding and then almost overnight they mature Travis is no exception. For a young pup Travis has performed very well in all aspects of his training and socialization programs reflecting high intellect, focus, happiness, strength of character, the ability to get along well with both people and other dogs. Personally I love the puppy stage and all that comes with it but it is not for everyone.
DISCLAIMER: THE BREED POSTED ON OUR DOGS’ BIOGRAPHIES ARE OUR BEST GUESS BASED ON SEVERAL YEARS OF DOG RESCUE. ADOPTERS WHO NEED TO KNOW THE EXACT BREED OF A PARTICULAR DOG MUST HAVE THE DOG TESTED AT THEIR OWN EXPENSE.
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|Life Average||10-12 Years|
|Location||Lower Alabama Gulf Coast|
|Fee||All Shots + Transport - 550|
|Personality||Strong protective instinct and absolutely the most lovable creature on the planet|
|Organization||Randy GSD Rescue|
|Randy GSD Rescue|
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