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Bubba was surrendered to a shelter as he was too big and had too much energy for his prior person. At only 11 months old he is a big boy, but he was never provided training or guidance, this would have helped him to learn, along with provide daily exercise to help burn his puppy energy. Bubba gets along fine with other dogs, but he stands back and watches first before engaging in play. He has no idea what to do with toys. He is big, strong and has lots to learn. Training along with structure is crucial with his new family As he is new to us we are just learning more about him, please watch for updates.
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Cody was surrendered to a shelter for reasons unknown to us. According to his records it states that he lived with children, we have yet to evaluate him with children. It also states that he lived with cats and did well with them. He also lived with a female GSD. Cody has some skin issues that we are taking care of, we are unsure if it's caused by allergies or not. In his previous home they described him as being a sweet boy, but was protective of his family. Cody will be off for a full exam with our vets, we will post an update once he has been seen.
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Jasper was dumped by his former owner on a country road and picked up by animal control. When our volunteer picked him up from the shelter it was obvious he was not feeling well and not in great shape. He immediately went into medical boarding at one of our vets offices, where he received the best care. He had a severe respiratory and ear infection, hair loss with a skin infection and was not eating. All needed tests were performed and treatment was started. As time went on he was still not wanting to eat, radiographs were taken and it was found he had foreign objects in him. He was immediately taken to surgery where a number of assorted items were removed from his stomach.
After spending 3 weeks in medical boarding Jasper was able to go home with his foster. He is now on the mend, starting to eat on his own and finally wagging his tail some. He still needs to put on some more weight but his foster will be sure he never misses a much needed meal.
Through all of this he has been nothing but sweet and friendly. Jasper is now looking for his forever family, one that will treat him with care and love him for his lifetime. He is ready to leave his past behind and looks forward to a future of living in a home, proper nutrition, walks, playtime and lots of cuddles from his humans.Update:
Jasper is doing great in his foster home and loves his foster parents. He is such a sweet boy who has come a long way since he came into the rescue. He went from not wanting to eat to sitting and eagerly waiting for his food. Jasper has a great appetite now and has put on some much-needed weight since his surgery. He loves everyone he meets and loves getting attention from everyone too (he’s so darn handsome and friendly, why wouldn’t anyone not want to give this boy some attention). Jasper likes his doggie beds, and if allowed, he’ll get up in the human bed too. Jasper is housebroken and crate trained, and he really loves to go for car rides. Jasper loves his Nylabone, although, his humans must be very careful in the toys selected for him due to his history, and he’s only allowed to have them when supervised. If this lovable handsome boy sounds like a fit for your family, check out his profile and ask to meet Jasper – he just might have a kiss waiting for you.
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Tango was surrendered as his family could no longer provide him with the live he deserves. He is a very handsome, good natured, friendly boy. He loves other dogs both big and small, he just wants to be everyone's friend. He adores children - very gentle and just snuggles in. He has had no issues meeting new people both women and men, big or small. He does great riding in the vehicle. He has not been around cats, so we have no idea how he is with them. He enjoys playing in water, be it from a hose, pool or body of water.Update:
Tango is doing very well in his foster home. His foster reported that he was painful in his hind end, and so Tango is currently on a medical hold until he can be evaluated by an orthopedic surgeon. Check back on Tango's profile for more information on his status as information comes available.
Tango had his orthopedic consult and while he does have hip dysplasia, surgery is not recommended at this time. He has loss of muscle in his hind end, and the surgeon feels his muscles can be built back up with various exercises, and this will greatly help his mobility and quality of life in the future. He also needs to lose another 15 lbs, to come in around ~80 lbs, so on the leaner side as all GSDs should be. If you are interested in Tango, please ask to meet him!