Here's What You Need To Know:
- Dog's Location : Tustin, California
- Dog's Age : puppy
- Dog's Breed : german Shepherd Dog
- Dog's Gender : Male
- 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? : needs to stay in orange county area -
Meet Pacey, he is 3 months old. We have no idea who his parents are, but we suspect he is a shepherd mix. Pacey is currently 22lbs, which means we can expect him to grow into a large breed dog. We cannot say for sure, but we are guessing he could be at least 60lbs when full grown. Again, this is just a guess. We cannot guarantee the size of a dog once full grown, but we are confident he will be a large dog.
Pacey is thriving in his foster home. He is extremely playful with the other dogs. He is about 99% potty trained. He will have the occasional pee accident in the house, but for the most part he is very good at waiting until he is let out. He has even learned how to use a dog door and has gone out on his own for potty breaks. He will also alert you by going to a door to be let out for potty.
He is an extremely well-mannered dog. The only time he barks is during play. Especially when his foster sisters are ignoring him. He gets along with people of all ages, cats, other dogs, and even a mini pig. He is a fast learner and listens to “no” easily. He handles being left without humans, most likely because he has other dogs in the house during their absence and is not required to be crated. He sleeps through the night. He is not destructive, but is also supplied with plenty of toys, as well as appropriate chew items. Pacey will grow into a handsome, loyal dog.
He’s going to be an amazing dog for someone/family. Pacey needs to go into a home with a dog he can play with. This other dog should be around his age or up to 4 years old. He will do much better with a canine companion he can play with and look to for support.
Pacey will be available for adoption after his neuter and vaccines are complete. He is also available as a “foster to adopt” for immediate homing. His new parents will be responsible for taking him to his future vaccine and neuter appointments (in Yorba Linda) under the “foster to adopt” process. If you would like to adopt Pacey, contact Girls of Dog Rescue to fill out an application. https://www.girlsofdogrescue.net/initial-application.html
***Will not adopt out of state, NO Simi valley, No Santa Barbara No thousand Oaks etc. Parts of South County are fine. Primarily Orange County is preferred. NO LA area at all. WIL Not adopt out of orange county . parts of riverside area is fine or corona area.***