UK GERMAN SHEPHERD RESCUE
UK German Shepherd Rescue - Rescuing & Rehoming German Shepherd Dogs & Puppies throughout the UK
Our dogs rely entirely on donations, your donations help UK German Shepherd Rescue continue its work in helping the abused, neglected and unwanted German shepherd dogs & puppies in the United Kingdom.
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Currently in Oldham, Lancashire.
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Is a 8-10 year old, female German Shepherd.
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Registered address : Elswick Kennels, Bonds Lane, Preston, Lancashire, PR4 3ZE
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This stunning girl is Luna, approximately 8-10 years old and was found as a stray in Romania. Luna is now in our care and looking
for a 5 star home!
Luna is spayed, having had some mammary tumours removed earlier this year. She is vaccinated and microchipped holding
a full pet passport.
Luna would be fine with children over 7 years of age,.
Luna has a lovely gentle temperament, and is a very sweet
natured girl. She is clean in her kennel, so housetraining should be easy.
She walks really nicely on the lead, recall not tested.
Travels well in the car.
Luna has met several other dogs here at kennels, and she ignores them if they ignore her, but she does get
a little jealous when other dogs get fuss and attention and pushes them out of the way. She could live with a steady male dog, but
would prefer to be an only dog.
Not good with cats.
This lovely girl needs a lovely home asap.
Currently in Oldham, Lancashire.
Update from Luna's foster home :-
We’ve had her a week now and she’s coming out of her shell. She’s living a quiet life as the
only dog in the house. She is clearly house trained as we have had no accidents. She likes her sleep and has a good twelve hours a
night with no waking. She has no interest in going upstairs: whether that’s because she doesn’t like stairs or whether she’s never
been allowed we just don’t know. We also thought she had no interest in the sofa as she won’t come up even with the most gentlest
of coaxing. However I woke up this morning and in the night she must have decided it looked comfy because she was asleep on the sofa!!
She loves going out but not for long walks as she’s an older lady. We take her out often for shorter walks and big sniffs. She’s so
easy on the lead and you just have to be patient with her as she just likes to amble and sniff the world. It must all be very new
to her - a new country, new smells, new people. I have had her off lead and she just stays with you and carries on sniffing.
wary of everything that approaches her. Not in an aggressive way though. She will stand next to you and wait for the person/dog to
go past. She has no wish to approach them and she seems glad when they’ve passed by.
At the moment I can’t get her into the car which
is a shame. We will work on this over the next few days. She also does NOT like her paws being touched. She let me know that very
She is very loving and wants lots of touching and then when it’s over she will toddle off to her bed. She rolled over last
night and let me stroke her belly for the first time so she is slowly trusting us.
She will make someone a lovely companion; she is
so easy to take care of and asks very little of us. I hope someone will give her a chance.