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 : Penfoel, (New Quay Bird Hospital) Cross Inn. Llandysul. Dyfed. SA44 6NR.
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I'm a 3 year old, female German Shepherd.
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This lovely little lady is Kira who needs a new home as mobility problems means Mum has very sadly realised that she is unable to
meet all of Kira's needs.
Kira is 3 years old: entire: up to date with vaccinations: microchipped.
A friendly girl who likes to inspect
her visitors before giving her seal of approval. Kira has not lived with children but has regular visits from a 5 and 7 year old and
is fine with them.
Kira lives with two other dogs: an 8 year old male GSD and a 13 year old male Lurcher. She is good with them, but
she can be reactive to other dogs outside. Her reaction is variable. Our assessor encountered 3 dogs while walking Kira: the first
was walking ahead and Kira was pulling to catch up: the second passed from the other direction and while she showed interest there
was no strong reaction: the third one Kira began to tense up and barked, growled and pulled aggressively towards.
Kira lives with
three dog savvy cats. She didn't bother the cats during the assessment, but she will occasionally stalk them: her game which is not
always appreciated by the cats. However when warned off by the cats it's game over and she has never caused harm.
Kira needs lead
training. Currently walked on a normal collar with a short lead. As she is constantly pulling it is difficult to correct her. This
will also add to her problem with other dogs as when the lead is taut any tension felt by the owner when dogs approach will be communicated
through the lead. Would suggest that new owners consider using a half check collar or a Halti head collar with a training lead.
little lady is intelligent. Indoors Kira responded well to commands from out assessor including sit, down, paw and stay while a treat
was put down and waited to be told before collecting the treat. She does respond outdoors, but is easily distracted by scents and
loses focus on handler completely when she sees other dogs.
Kira loves the car and travels well restrained on rear seat.
She is housetrained,
but has been known to have the odd accident if left for more than an hour and a half. This could well be down to lack of adequate
exercise and opportunity to toilet before being left as she shows no sign of separation anxiety.
Kira would be best placed as an only
dog. Another rescue has attempted two introductions involving other dogs and both have failed. She has been successfully introduced
to a young SBT which visits with a friend. This would suggest that she could be introduced to a new dog at a later stage after bonding,
training and careful socialisation in her new home.
A lovely family pet who should have no difficulty bonding with a new family including
children over 7 years of age. She should also be able to live with dog savvy cats. Given appropriate exercise, training and careful
socialisation this little girl will learn to relax and flourish into a great family pet.
Currently in Newcastle upon Tyne.