Trina

Sehr Gut Wesen German Shepherds
Free Adoption

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Nina is Up For Adoption and is retired from breeding, She will get along with another medium to large breed male. Free To Good Home. Crate trained, house trained, leash trained, sits well when asked. Very healthy and loves to go for walks or just lay down by you. She will make a very good alert guard dog. No one predators or robbers will sneak in your back door or back yard without you knowing about it. Good with kids. Not sure about cats. If interested, give us a call or email for more details. Nina is 7 years old with absolutely no health issues. Will make a nice addition to a home that doesn't want to go through all the potty training, chewing, etc. She has just been spayed and her teeth cleaned, so no big vet bills to adopt this sweet girl. We can send additional photos to serious inquirers.

Nina von Sehr Gut Wesen
Black and Red / Normal Coat, 83 lbs
Hips & Elbows OFA normal, DM CBP Cleared By Parentage

Only good homes with fenced in back yards will be considered with our retiring dogs. Spay neuter is required in most cases. A healthy GSD at a ripe old age lives on average to 12-15 years. Older dogs are ideal for people who do not want to go through the hyper-active adolescence stage that can last up to 2-3 years of age. Chewing, digging and jumping is greatly reduced in older dogs.

Please note that dogs over 7 only need their rabies shots. Parvo and distemper booster shots will most likely just break down their immune system. Do a titer test instead. If you are needing to board your dog at any time and need proof of shots for boarding, do a titer test for proof of your dog's immunities to parvo/distemper. If they will not accept this documentation find another boarding facility. This is a very serious issue for the health of your dog so don't let a boarding facility or Shot happy Vet, ruin your dogs health because of uneducated and outdated policies.

 

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