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SD (sierra)

Female Adult Shepherd (Unknown Type) (mixed)

If you have any questions about SD (sierra) , please contact Douglas County Canine Rescue at adopt@douglascountycanine.org

Douglas County Canine Rescue

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About SD (sierra)

Adoption Fee: $300

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I need a single family home with a fenced in yard since I require lots of physical and mental stimulation!

I am also heartworm positive. Heartworm is NOT contagious. The rescue covers the cost of treatment at the rescue's vet. 

Sierra is an absolute dream dog! She is as happy as can be and has a little happy dance she does when she sees you; she’ll even dance with you if you wiggle at her! She’s amazing on walks, staying next to you with a loose leash and always looking over to check on you. She’s wonderful with other dogs, from our 15-pound terrier (though she has batted him on the head more often than he’d like!), to fosters her size, to being a stepmom for foster puppies. She does get nervous with new people or places, but if she has her people with her, she’s game to try! She’s fairly low energy—she’s happy to lounge around the house but adores going on walks whenever she can. She’d rather play with other dogs or people than toys and loves to wrestle. She loves being outside, resting in a sunbeam.

Sierra is about 65 pounds and perfectly potty trained. She has free range of our house and has never been destructive. She’s never been around cats, so not sure there. While she’d certainly have the patience for little kids with proper introduction, she can bat at people/dogs and doesn’t recognize how big she is. 

More than anything, Sierra loves her people. She will make whoever is lucky enough to get her an amazing best friend!

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Details

Name
SD (sierra)
Age
Adult
Gender
Female
Size
Medium
Primary Color
Black
Secondary Color
Tan
Shots up to date
YES
Ok with kids
YES
Housetrained
Not Sure
Hypoallergenic
Not Sure
Spayed/Neutered
YES
Ok with dogs
YES
Ok with cats
Not Sure
PACFA age indicator
Older than 4mos
Spay/Neuter
Yes

Douglas County Canine Rescue

220 S Wilcox St #1514 Castle Rock CO 80104

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