(Ariel is represented by: MAGSR)

Gender: Female
Breed: German Shepherd Dog
Color: Black & Tan
Date of Birth: 05/02/2017
Date of Birth is estimated: Yes
Current Size: 62 lbs
Ideal/Potential Size:
Housebroken: Working on it
Obedience Trained: No
Living With: Foster
History: Shelter

Good With Kids: Older Kids Only
Good with Cats: Unknown
Other Dogs OK: Yes

Foster ID:
Foster Needed?: No

Represented by: MAGSR
Contact Email:
Contact Name:
Contact Phone No.:

NID#: 5590
Date Added:
Added to DB: Wed, 2019-05-01 21:11
Last updated: Wed, 2020-02-19 12:31

Not Ready for Adoption: No
Commitment Dog: No
Show as New: No
Special Needs: No
Dog Record Archived (1=Yes/0=No): 1

Ariel Adopt
Ariel Adopt


Ariel came to us from a not so good situation.  She was used as a breeding dog, she was not provided with proper care or adequate living conditions.  Thankfully after complaints and an investigation she, along with other dogs were confiscated.  Ariel is now in our care where she is looking for a family that will provide her with a loving and warm home, where she means more to his family than just a breeder dog.


<p>Ariel is doing very well in her foster home. Her foster parents are discovering that she is a very timid but loving young pup. At home, she's a loving, cuddly, sweet girl, but is timid when meeting new people. Ariel is learning from the resident dogs in the foster home, as many dogs do. When away from other dogs, Ariel becomes very anxious and fearful – therefore, we feel she would do best in a home with another dog, similar in size, to help teach her as well as help to calm her anxious and timid behavior. As Ariel was kept in a shelter for 8 months before coming to MAGSR, she is underweight and has some muscle deterioration which her fosters are working with her to get both back to normal. Ariel has learned her name and some commands such as “no” and “sit”. She is mouthy and sometimes demands attention by running into her humans, so her fosters are working with her on those behaviors. Ariel is a very energetic girl and loves to run and play chase with her foster siblings as long as they are allowed. She will need an active home, with a strong leader, who is willing to provide her with the appropriate training and leadership required for the breed. Are you willing to tame the wild child to see the beauty she can be? If so, ask to meet Ariel today.</p>