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 4 year old,male German Shepherd
This lovely boy is 4 yr old Suggs, who came to us from Ireland after the family had to rehome him due to him chasing livestock.
is neutered, fully vaccinated and has a full Pet Passport.
Suggs is ok with older children, not known how he is with little ones,
so we wont risk it.
Cats are a no.
Suggs is fine with other dogs and has lived with another for most of his life. He would happily
live with another dog again.
A shy boy at first, Suggs definitely prefers ladies to men!
He is housetrained, travels well in the car,
and is ok to be left without chewing.
He does pull on the lead, but this can be sorted with a head collar of some sort. If you stop
walking, so does he, and stands leaning in to you for a fuss. When he knows you and trusts you he is a very loving boy. He does need
proper calm introductions to visitors as he can be over protective.
Suggs does have some trust issues that need working on, and will
need an experienced owner. He can be reactive to some dogs. He has a very high prey drive so cannot be trusted off lead.
in Foster care,Cardiff, Wales.
Since moving into foster care, Suggs has come on leaps and bounds.
He is loving home life,
and is very affectionate. He adores the visiting children aged 9 years upwards.
He now walks nicely on the lead and his recall is
spot on. He ignores other dogs, unless they want to play, and he will happily oblige!
Suggs is now walking past livestock, but new
owner needs to be aware he does have history of chasing sheep.
Suggs is a little wary of strange men coming towards him, but otherwise
a really nice, sociable, pleasant dog.