UK GERMAN SHEPHERD RESCUE
UK German Shepherd Rescue - Rescuing & Rehoming German Shepherd Dogs & Puppies throughout the UK
Registered in England and Wales / Company Number 07664845 / Registered Charity Number 1160745
Registered address : Elswick Kennels, Bonds Lane, Preston, Lancashire. PR4 3ZE
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Currently in kennels in Sunderland.
UK German Shepherd Rescue
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I'm a 2 year old, male German Shepherd.
Blue needs a new home after coming back into rescue recently.
Blue is 2 years of age: Entire: vaccinated: microchipped.
home after being bought as a pup was with a single Mum with a young child who did not have the experience or the time to help him
develop. After a period in kennels Blue went into foster through another rescue where he lived with a child as well as a small dog.
The fosterer did not want to give Blue up but was not prepared to commit to adoption and Blue came back and this time into the care
of UK-GSR. He was rehomed by us and spent 2 months in this home but the family felt that they could not meet his needs.
Blue is young
and bouncy and a bit wilful. He can mouth, particularly if not getting his own way, but he will respond to firm direction. Blue is
better with men, and a bit unpredictable with women. While he has given the odd growl he has never been outright aggressive and never
With careful introduction to other dogs Blue will happily mix and enjoys the chase and a good rough and tumble. He regularly
runs with two bitches and while his natural instinct is to be top dog he knows when he has met his match. Again if he gets overexcited
he will respond to firm direction.
Not known with cats and would not risk.
Blue has always been clean in his previous homes and is
clean in his kennel. Has been left for a few hours without being in any way destructive.
Blue travels well: in my experience tethered
in rear of estate.
He walks well on lead and his recall is good. Rarely ventures far without checking in and if he does get a bit
far he responds immediately to his name or to being whistled.
Blue needs an experienced and confident owner. In the home there needs
to be clear boundaries for Blue to observe. He needs continued and consistent training. Having started life with a back street breeder
he is one of the unlucky ones that has missed out on good and consistent handling having moved around several homes, but throughout
it all he has never done any harm. In the right hands this boy will be a real cracker.
Currently in kennels in Sunderland.