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Nikkie

Female Adult German Shepherd Dog (mixed)

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About Nikkie

Adoption Fee: $560

Nikkie is a 1.5 year old  female, german shepard mix, she is on the larger size. Nikkie is good with kids, and other dogs she is sweet and affectionate. She is crate trained, house broken, and knows some of her commands. She is very excited to meet her new family! She was abandoned by her previous owners, and was wandering the streets for some time, she was found as a stray and brought to animal contril and placed on a stray hold, Paws Rescue League pulled her the day before she was euthanized. Nikkie was so happy to break out of the shelter and get to her TN foster home! She is now in New England and can not wait to find her new family!

Nikki is very good with cats, she doesnt mind them whatsoever. She would do perfect in a home with a cat(s). She likes to say hi at the initial meeting with them, but after that she just walks passed them!  She is good with kids of all ages, we suggest children 4 and up only because of her size (medium - large dog). She is good with other dogs, loves to play with them outside, in the yard or at a park, but she would be happiest if she could live in a single dog household! She wants all your attention and affection, and doesnt want to share. She can also be nervous that she will be left again, which we can understand given her history.  

She is spayed and UTD on all her required vaccines, and monthly preventatives. She is an absolute sweetheart and deserves to find a family who will love her! 

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Details

Name
Nikkie
Age
1 years, 6 months
Gender
Female
Size
Medium
Primary Color
Black
Secondary Color
Tan
Pet Has Special Needs
NO
Shots up to date
YES
Ok with kids
YES
Housetrained
YES
Hypoallergenic
NO
Spayed/Neutered
YES
Ok with dogs
YES
Ok with cats
YES

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Bristol CT 06010

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