Sting - Sending Out an S.O.S. For A New Home.........
Susan Daffron talks to Dawn Konrad from Mid-Atlantic German Shepherd Rescue about a dog named Sting who is available for adoption or even a foster home. Sting was turned into a shelter in Maryland when his owner died. The shelter called MAGSR who have been working to find him a foster or adoptive home. Although they don't know much about his previous life, Sting is probably about 5 or 6 years old. He's a little shy and learning how to trust people again. At this point, Sting also is very thin, so MAGSR is working on putting weight on him. Unlike most German Shepherds, Sting is white/cream and black, instead of the typical tan color.
He appears to be a purebred and is a striking-looking dog with big ears and soft brown eyes. Given his prior experiences, it's not a surprise that Sting is a bit cautious about meeting people at first. But once he gets to know you, he's your best friend. Unlike many big dogs, Sting doesn't need a huge amount of exercise. In fact, he's perfectly happy to be a couch potato with you while you watch TV. Sting is great with other dogs and probably would do best in a home where he can have a canine buddy. He also seems to get along with cats and older kids. Sting is a sweet dog that deserves a second chance at a good life.
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