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Adopt Rosie

Female Young Boxer

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Happy Hearts German Shepherd Rescue

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About Rosie

Rosie is a 2-3 year old Boxer, playful and energetic, loving and affectionate. She loves her walks and walks well on leash, and is learning her basic commands. She is house trained, crate trained, and socialized and gets along well with other well behaved dogs. We don't know if she is cat or child friendly. She loves women but is shy around men. She is a wonderful companion for an active family who would love to have a happy, playful dog who isn't too large or small, isn't hyper or too relaxed, but just right and fits right in. If you are interested in meeting any of our dogs please complete an adoption or foster application on our website at   www.happyheartsgsr.org.    Also please follow us and get the latest updates on our dogs on facebook at    www.facebook.com/HappyHeartsGSDRescue

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Details

Name
Rosie
Age
Young
Gender
Female
Size
Medium
Shots up to date
YES
Ok with kids
Not Sure
Housetrained
YES
Hypoallergenic
Not Sure
Spayed / Neutered
YES
Ok with dogs
YES
Ok with cats
NO
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Maverick

German Shepherd Dog

Maverick is 8 month old GSD pulled at the last minute from the Devore kill list, listed as a potential fear biter. The vet that held him... show more

Maverick is 8 month old GSD pulled at the last minute from the Devore kill list, listed as a potential fear biter. The vet that held him for a couple of days told the transporter that he was the kind of dog that would “eat you.” They were terrified of him! But when we picked him up, we saw no signs of aggression. He licked us through his crate and cried when we walked away. When we got him to a fenced yard, we tried everything we could to initiate a reaction. Touching. Taking his ball from his mouth. Taking TREATS from his mouth. Nothing.  Finally we found the culprit: a massive overbite. Mavericks’ top jaw is so far ahead of his lower jaw that when he barks about anything, his lips pull and curl up, mimicking that terrifying gums-exposed snarl that can be so jarring. But he can’t help it that he looks scary! His mouth is just different than the other doggos! An OVERBITE, of all things. Glad that myth was debunked.  Maverick was in a foster home with young children and was great with them, though he is a still a puppy and has some manners to learn. He's incredibly loving and people-oriented, but does have the tendency to challenge other dogs and will need strict boundaries with his future family to ensure he knows his place in the pack. Fill out an application to adopt this young lovebug at happyheartsgsr.org/adoption-application today <3 show less