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Adult Large Female
German Shepherd / Mixed
What Color Is This Dress is a sweetheart who is looking for her fur-ever home. What Color Is This Dress is a German Shepherd mix with beautiful white markings on her face. True to her breed, she has the tan coloration with a black back. What Color Is This Dress usually has a smile lighting up her face, especially when she plays with her babies or foster siblings.
What Color Is This Dress is a cuddle bug who loves to snuggle in your lap, but doesn’t realize that she is actually 86 pounds! In her mind, she’s just a cuddly youngster!!! What Color Is This Dress is very respectful if/when you redirect her to the floor, though she does look longingly at your lap as she lays at your feet! She will sit nicely and let you brush her gorgeous coat! Also, she has the double coat of a German Shepherd so she would prefer to stay inside where it’s much cooler! What Color Is This Dress is super intelligent and walks well on a leash.
What Color Is This Dress would prefer a home without any cats because she likes to chase them (just so curious)! Be careful about leaving her alone in a room or wanting to go outside, though, because she has been known to open doors a time or two (super smart)… What Color Is This Dress is crate trained and housebroken, but she likes to have breaks during the day to stretch her long legs. If you are searching for a smart, loyal companion dog, Sadie could be the dog for you! Would you like to meet her to find out?
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$10 – Microchip
$25 – Heartworm test
$50 – Puppy vaccinations
$75 – Spay/neuter one pet
$100 – One day of parvovirus treatment
$300 – Heartworm treatment
$500 – One month of behavioral training