Featured Adoptable Pet August 2019

Name: Ginny
Breed: German Shepherd/White Swiss Shepherd
Age:  1.5
Size:  Large (55lbs)
Energy:  Medium/High

Spay/Neutered: Yes
Vaccinations: DHPPV, Bordetella, Rabies
Dewormed: Yes

Rescue: Murci’s Mission
Contact: (509) 990-2427 / [email protected]

Personality/Disposition:

After she delivered a litter of bouncing baby shepherds, she joined a new foster family to learn the art of house doggery. She is crate and house trained and knows all basic skills, such as manners in doorways, sit, down, leave it, and how to loose leash walk. She can be anxious when left alone so crating is a requirement for her. She can be very shy and is not safe with cats, but has proven to be a very good companion for other dogs with a proper introduction.

*Information is approximate and based on the information given to the rescue group involved.  Personality/disposition reports are based on one person or family’s experience. Animals respond to different people and locations in different ways. Contact rescue for more information, or to learn about other adoptable animals in their care.

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