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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Currently in kennels in Houghton le Spring, Sunderland.
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I'm a 6 year old,male German Shepherd.
Tyson is a stunning 6 year old boy who came into rescue after his owner moved - Tyson was living with another male dog, but they didnt
get along well.
Here is what the assessor tells us about Tyson :-
Tyson is entire: vaccinations up to date: microchipped: worming
and flea treatments up to date.
Very friendly when meeting people including children
He has been walked regularly with other dogs
and is fine: when he sees a new dog he is eager to meet: no obvious sign of aggression, but my feeling is that if another dog was
to show him attitude he would stand his ground.
Not known with cats
Mainly clean in his kennel and housetraining would be easy to
complete with access to outdoors and regular routine.
A little strong on lead, but not difficult to correct unless there is another
dog to check out. Recall not known, but he comes OK in paddock where there is no distraction.
Travelled well in rear of estate when
brought to kennels.
Tyson has not enjoyed much human interaction in his earlier life: hardly responded to his name, but respnding
better (I call him Ty): getting accustomed to associating response with a treat. Another sign of lack of human interaction is that
Tyson does not really know how to play.
He is a loving and loveable guy: easy to bond with. He will develop in a home where he will
be given regular exercise and give the time and commitment which has been lacking in his past.
Currently in kennels in Houghton le