Harper is a beautiful German Shepherd that is a credit to her lineage in terms of looks and personality. She has a drive to do a good job. Harper listens attentively, and works to follow commands the best she knows how. We really think that she would do well under any sort of training her new family would care to put her through. Harper is the kind of girl that would excel as a working dog with a job.
Harper’s ideal family would involve no kids, but instead a couple or a single person looking for companionship and looking to have a lifelong friend that they could devote their attention and patience towards.Harper is does well in her crate and great on a leash. She likes to have a job to do, and takes her job of patrolling the grounds seriously. She has taken it upon herself to be the guardian of our staff, and she loves her people very much. Harper isn’t much for toys, but instead prefers to be on guard and working. She loves chicken! She is great at catching treats and rarely misses. She is very careful with her food not to alarm the person offering it to her. She is quite gentle with people that she knows are the alpha. Harper is currently 75 pounds. Harper is very intelligent and quite serious. Harper may require multiple meet and greets to get an accurate gauge of her personality.
Jimmy is a very smart dog and would do well with a family that loves to adventure and spend time with him. He knows basic commands like sit, stay, back up, etc. He has thrived on being taught manners, and we think he would do well in any training that an owner would wish to put him through. He listens very well and is a very intelligent, thoughtful boy. Jimmy is dominant and to date has not liked other dogs at our rescue. At this time, we recommend him being the only dog. His ideal owner would be one that shows Jimmy how to act through example and is a leader in his or her own home.
Jimmy enjoys having his back scratched, going for walks, and cuddling up on the comfiest blankets we have. He is a sweetheart that needs someone that can appreciate his brainpower as well as his handsome good looks. He is so squishy and sweet, and gives the best hugs. He is a big fan of chicken and does great on a leash. He is crate trained and rides well in a car. He is a great boy that enjoys being taught new things. Jimmy has lots of love to give!
Shane is a strong, handsome, genial, excited-about-life, sunny, joyful kind of boy. Shane is also a fighter. Shane came to the rescue group when the county sheriff’s department found him on the side of the road after having been hit by a car and apparently laying in a ditch for at least a few days. Shane’s back legs were shattered, and he has been through extensive surgery and is beginning his physical therapy that includes strengthening, short walks. He is named after his rescuer and friend in the police department, whom we are so grateful to for saving this lover. Shane never stopped smiling through the entire ordeal of surgery, healing, and growing. The surgeon that performed surgery on him got a real kick out of his excited, happy personality while he was recovering. If you couldn’t see his funny haircut, you’d never know anything horrible had ever happened to him. Watching him heal has been a true miracle and example of cheerful determination to us all at the rescue.
Shane is an active, perky, silly clown of a little boy that loves life and lives it to its fullest. He is a youngester that loves to play until he drops, and can get impatient with the movement restrictions he has had placed upon him until recently so that he can heal properly. Shane is a lover. He would do well in any family structure. Shane is approximately 30 pounds and we do not believe he will grow to be a very large dog and will stay in the medium sized dog range. Shane walks well on a leash and has done well riding in the car. He is crate trained and housebroken.