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Sometimes unforeseen circumstances force German Shepherd owners to seek a new home for their dog(s). This page serves to link such individuals with potential new owners--and to help prevent the tragedy of owners surrendering their pets to a shelter.

GSRSV is not involved in the adoption process of dogs listed on this page. Individuals interested in adopting a dog listed below should contact the owner directly at the phone number or e-mail listed. Because GSRSV is has not evaluated the dogs listed here, I cannot take responsibility for their temperament or health.

If you are an owner interested in listing your German Shepherd Dog(s) here, please see How to Place a Dog Through GSRSV

 This picture indicates that a dog has proven itself to be OK with cats.

 

Last updated  09/17/2020

Koda--Click for larger image.

Missy--Click for larger image.

Koda--Click for larger image.

Missy--Click for larger image.

"Koda" and "Missy" are spayed female GSD/Huskies in need of a new home. The two dogs are siblings from different litters and very bonded to each other; for this reason, her owners are seeking a home for the two of them together.

Koda
Koda is 5 yrs old and about 85 lbs. She is loyal, happy and affectionate. She’s been with her current owners for four years.

Koda has only one front leg but that doesn’t slow her down; she’s in great health and current on vaccinations. She has been tested negative for heartworm and receives monthly heartworm preventative.

Koda is a real people lover. She’s great with strangers and children.

Koda is fine with male dogs, including small dogs, but might have issues w/ a female dog.

Koda has never lived with cats before, so a home without cats is in order.

Koda is housetrained and respects the “stay off the furniture” rule. She sleeps in her owners’ room at night with her sister Missy. During the day she is kept with Missy in a 20’ X 40’ kennel with a 45 degree “lean in” top.

Koda wants to pull and run when on leash with Missy but does much better by herself.

Koda loves to go for car rides. She is not big on toys or swimming.

Missy
Missy is 4 yrs old and approx 60 lbs. She is sweet, submissive and loyal. Her owners have had her for 2.5 years.

Missy is also in good health and current on vaccinations. She has been tested negative for heartworm and receives monthly heartworm preventative.

Missy is great with women and children but needs to be properly introduced to men as some men scare her.

Missy is great with other dogs.

Like Koda, Missy has not lived with cats so a home without cats is in order.

Missy is housetrained and respects the “stay off the furniture” rule. She sleeps in her owners’ room at night with her sister Koda. During the day she is kept with Koda in a 20’ X 40’ kennel with a 45 degree “lean in” top.

Missy wants to pull and run when on leash with Koda but does much better by herself.

Missy loves to go for car rides. She is not big on toys or swimming.

Both Dogs
Koda & Missy both exhibit the typical Husky trait of wanting to roam. They will require a very secure yard or kennel. A regular 6-ft fence may require a lean-in at the top or a pipe roller to contain Koda & Missy together.

Koda & Missy’s owner Tammy took them in from her son (at different times) when he was no longer able to care for them. Tammy has always taken Koda & Missy with her on outdoor adventures, but it has always been a challenge to keep them from running off.

Tammy runs a business and now that she must care for her elderly parents, she has even less time to spend with them than previously. Tammy is seeking a new home for Koda & Missy in which they will not only be loved, but exercised regularly and vigorously.

Koda & Missy are located in Grass Valley. GSRSV is requiring a $200 rehoming fee (to Koda & Missy’s owners) for the two dogs together.

Please contact Tammy Miller at millerfamily@fsaccess.net or 530-559-3173.

Posted 9-17-20

 

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