Here's What You Need To Know:

  • Dog's Location : Cheyenne, Wyoming
  • Dog's Age : young
  • Dog's Breed : german Shepherd Dog
  • Dog's Gender : Female
  • Dog's Size : medium
  • Dog good with other dogs? : Yes
  • Dog good with kids? : Yes
  • Is the rescue able to transport the dog to owner's location? : No
Meet Juliet! This pretty girl graduated from our P.A.C.K. Program, a 9-week intensive program for routine obedience, agility, and handling training with a prison inmate trainer and she is ready to show off her new skills! Her new abilities include ‘sit’, ‘shake’, ‘roll over’ and more!
She needs just a few things in this world; toys, playmates, food and of course love & snuggles, which she definitely freely gives back many times over. Juliet is a very affectionate young lady. She loves to cuddle & have her tummy rubbed. She likes to play hard with her foster siblings, but when it is quiet time and at night she likes to be touching either foster mom, the other pups or her giant teddy bear.
She enjoys playing with other dogs. She loves to play a little tough, but has learned the tolerance levels of each foster sibling and adjusts her play-style to whichever dog she is engaged with. If the other dog lets her know they have had enough, she is respectful and moves on to another toy or plays with the other dog. If no one will play, she will throw her toys in the air and catch them, or kick them around.
Juliet is a very active dog and VERY agile and limber. She contorts her body in the most unusual positions (like standing on her head!). She is long and lean & her favorite “relax” position is stretched out to her full body length with all four legs outstretched (it is hilarious!) After a long day of playing & rough housing, she loves to cuddle up next to foster mom on the couch.  She is so loving & cuddly! She absolutely loves to have belly rubs. We have also found that when it is “quiet” time at night, she likes soft piano music, it calms her.
Juliet may be ok with cats with supervision at first. She was uninterested in them at BDAR, but we have no history of her ever living with them. When she first came to us, she was a bit mouthy but she has shown great improvement in this area. We recommend adopters with young kids be aware of this and monitor as needed.
Juliet is ready to move into a forever home who can give her adequate exercise. Juliet is going to be a great companion for someone! Apply to meet her today!