favorite this post Re-homing our German Shepherd (updated) (Jenison, MI) hide this posting unhide

I have a 15- months-old female German Shepherd to be rehomed. I’ve had her since she was 4 weeks old. She is potty trained, good with small dogs, big dogs, and cats, and super protective of our household. She is very sweet, cute and gentle with known people and animals. Since she is very energetic, she needs to live on a farm or in a house next to the woods to run and release her energy. A large fenced in yard will also work. She often runs free if gets the chance, so I will not give her to a house next to a busy road. She sometimes chews on things especially when our other dogs are taken out. Having said that, if you do not have another friendly dog, this GS (Farrok) may not be a good fit for you. She is very friendly with humans and our guest kids, especially when she gets to know them. Of course she gets excited and hyper when she is introduced to new people or animals, and sometimes barks at newcomers. She often chases our cat only out of curiosity, but has never bitten her. Overall, She is a lovely, sweet, playful and curious dude who seeks love and attention. She has been de-wormed, and is up to date on her shots, but has not been fixed. She walks well on a leash, is a perfect running buddy, and is not food aggressive. If you have other animals especially dogs, we need to introduce them first to see if they get along well. If you have aggressive animals, Farrok is definitely not a good fit for your family. Re-homing fee applies. If you meet the criteria mentioned above, the price is negotiable.
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