Hi, my name is St. Patrick’s Day!
Adult Medium Female
German Shepherd / Mixed
St. Patrick’s Day is a very sweet girl that wants to be your best friend. When she arrived at the shelter she was only 17 pounds, but she has been nursed back to health and is a healthy girl again. St. Patrick’s Day appears to be part German Shepherd but she is much smaller than a German Shepherd at only about 35 pounds.
She is medium to high energy and would do best in a home that will give her the attention she deserves. St. Patrick’s Day LOVES to play and will play with other dogs and with her humans. One of St. Patrick’s Day’s favorite things in life is to take a trip to a nearby dog park for a good game of “Chase and Be Chased”. She is very food motivated and very trainable. St. Patrick’s Day is already house trained and crate trained, and doesn’t destroy things.
St. Patrick’s Day is very loyal, and a wonderful protector. Her foster parents told us this story about how her foster dad (who shall remain nameless) accidentally left a pot on the stove one day, and St. Patrick’s Day went and pestered him until he got up to go see what the issue was. St. Patrick’s Day will help keep you safe, and will be your family’s constant companion.
St. Patrick’s Day has her very own facebook page! Check it out: http://www.facebook.com/longshotlucy
Her story was featured on our Ruff Life segment on CW33 NewsFix which you can watch here!
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