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BEAUTIFUL SENIOR LOOKING FOR HIS FOREVER HOME. COULD IT BE YOU? Meet our senior dog, Zeke, or also affectionately known as the "old man" at 10 yrs old Zeke has been living in a foster home for roughly 2 months. Zeke is currently part of a pack of 11 other Shepherds and he does OK, but sometimes he gets crabby with the other dogs and would rather be hanging around the humans than the dogs. His foster dad has never observed Zeke being crabby around human adults or children. In fact, Zeke listens very well to his 13-year-old human foster sibling. As a result of his age, Zeke does have some hearing and vision loss. As far as the hearing loss , the opinion is that he is tone deaf. As far as his vision, Zeke tends to suffer from severe dry eye syndrome and is easily managed with corrective eyedrops and medication. Zeke can have a little harder time at night due to his vision problems, but he adapts amazingly well to his handicaps. Zeke prefers to stick with his human "like a shadow", and he always likes to be in your presence. Despite his age, physically Zeke seems to be in awesome shape. He is still quite agile, is able to get up and maneuver around very well and likes his walks. He loves rubbing in the grass and even chasing some toys! This boy prefers not to go on car rides as he will whine and be restless in a car. However once out of the car, He is back to his normal happy self. A perfect home for Zeke would be one where he's the only dog, his new family or human is around most of the time and they have the ability to give him some solid exercise, guidance and the proper attention. Zeke will be an excellent companion for the rest of his life. Adoption applications can be found at www.whitepawsgsr.com The adoptions fee's: Puppies, under 1 year - $350.00 Dog's 1-7 - $300.00 Senior's - $150.00 *Due to the rising cost of Veterinary care our prices are subject to change. All our dogs are Vet checked, spayed/neutered, current on all shots, heart worm checked and on preventative before being adopted out, and will come with a Health Certificate. We look for the best possible families for them, so please be patient with our adoption process.
This sweet little girl is Fiona aka CJ. She is a small shepherd and is between 2 and 3 years old. She is very timid around people and is easily startled by noises and quick movements. She has been in her foster home for five weeks and is getting quite comfortable with her humans and her foster canine brother. She is learning to like attention and even comes looking for it. She loves being outside and can entertain herself with all the dog toys in the yard. She is also learning how to chase and play with her canine friend. In the house she is a little more shy and spends most of the time on one of the dog beds. They seem to be her safe spot. She is getting better when adults come to visit but stays clear of any children. She is a very good girl in the house when left alone. She has no food issues or aggression and loves getting dog treats. CJ needs work with walking on a lease and basic commands. It will take some time because of her shyness. She would also do best in a home without small children and she needs a fenced in yard because of her refusal to go potty on a leash or tie out. If you would like to be a part of this little girls life and help her become a confident dog she deserves to be please fill out an application at wpgsr.com The adoptions fee's: Puppies, under 1 year - $350.00 Dog's 1-7 - $300.00 Senior's - $150.00 *Due to the rising cost of Veterinary care our prices are subject to change. All our dogs are Vet checked, spayed/neutered, current on all shots, heart worm checked and on preventative before being adopted out, and will come with a Health Certificate. We look for the best possible families for them, so please be patient with our adoption process.
Mark is a sweet, smart and playful German Shepherd Mix puppy who will be 1-year-old on 3-November 2017. He is approximately 47 pounds, neutered, fully vetted, up to date on vaccinations, on heartworm prevention and flea & tick protection. Mark was rescued from a neglectful situation and was extremely malnourished. He has been in foster care for almost a month and has gained approximately 12 pounds during that time. Mark is very much a puppy and loves plush squeaky toys & elk antlers and likes to take quick naps in between playtime. He walks nicely on a leash with no pulling and will take his time to smell everything. He rides very well in cars but still learning how to get in and out. He is not destructive, understands âNoâ and âDrop Itâ and is good with other dogs after a proper introduction. He has not shown any food aggression unless another dog gets aggressive with him over his foodâ¦ he will defend himself. He tends to be a bit of a grazer when he eats. Mark is soft mouthed but has shown prey drive tendencies so small breed dogs and most likely cats will tap into that prey drive. He LOVES playing with other dogs that are close to his size and have similar energy. Having another dog in the house will be very beneficial to Mark as he has grown up with at least one other dog around him. Sadly, Mark, aka Pumpkin as heâs our little autumn boy, has had very few life experiences; even the breeze on a walk seemed to be a new and frightful experience for him. He is a little shy when meeting new people but once he warms up to you, he bonds very quickly. Loud truck engines, garbage trucks, diesel motors, etc. can make Mark a little nervous. We have seen that with each new experience, he seems to gain more confidence. Mark is continuing to work on his house training. He is doing better but has a foster family that is home more than not home. Mark will do best in a home where he is not left alone for more than a few hours at a time. His ideal home would have another dog of similar size and energy, humans who love him and will take care of him, and a soft bed to lay on each night. If Mark sounds like the perfect fit for you please put in an application at the website below. Adoption applications can be found at www.wpsgsr.com The adoptions fee's: Puppies, under 1 year - $350.00 Dog's 1-7 - $300.00 Senior's - $150.00 *Due to the rising cost of Veterinary care our prices are subject to change. All our dogs are Vet checked, spayed/neutered, current on all shots, heart worm checked and on preventative before being adopted out, and will come with a Health Certificate. We look for the best possible families for them, so please be patient with our adoption process.
Males= 24-26 inches
Females= 22-24 inches
- Medium length, straight, hard and close lying with a dense undercoat.
- There is also a long-coated variety.
- Brushing daily will help cut down on shedding and an occasional bath will keep their coat shiny and in top condition.
- Nail trimming is also important to keep their paws in good health.
White Paws German Shepherd Rescue in Green Bay, Wisconsin has rescued over 1,000 dogs during our lifetime.
In that time, we have rarely needed funds like we do now. Because we take in young, old, and sick dogs with unknown medical conditions it’s a gamble each time we bring in dogs.