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Free to Good Home

Post by Nanook »

Need to get rid of a German Shepherd dog. Bad points are he isn't good with other animals, has dysplasia but not bad , doesn't get along with strangers or children, afraid of thunder and loud noises and needs a fenced yard. And of course can be difficult at times. Good points are he is very loyal and loving, loves to play and go for walks, you'll never get robbed and has all his shots.
I have to let him go do to young children being around him now. As I say he's free to a good home but I'd rather put him down than give him to someone who is not genuinely going to take good care of the dog.
If interested, PM me.
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Re: Free to Good Home

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I know of another old dog that's free to a good home. No bad habits and gets along with kids and especially young mature ladies.

PM me if you know someone interested.
Cambodia,,,, Don't fall in love with her.
Like the spoilt child she is, she will not be happy till she destroys herself from within and breaks your heart.
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