Local Dog Looking for a Home

Dog Rescue of Maryland is looking for a home for this German shepherd.

Looking for a new addition to your family? Consider adopting a furry friend from the Dog Rescue of Maryland.

Cheyenne, a German shepherd, is looking for a home. For more information, email dogrescuemd@live.com or send a letter with contact information to P.O. Box 515, Pasadena, MD, 21123.

The following information is from the Dog Rescue of Maryland:

Breed: German shepherd
Color: White with tan, yellow or fawn
Age: Adult
Large 61-100 pounds

I am housetrained, purebred, a special-needs pet, good with kids, good with dogs, and not good with cats.

Cheyenne's story...

This is a courtesy listing. Please contact Meredeth at meredithwil@gmail.com for more information or adoption.

Cheyenne Summer is a 1-year-old candidate for service dog, according to her vet. Vet thought she was malinois, but we are not so sure. She is more like a smallish GSD — white and cream. She was saved from being PTS at the last minute.

If you can foster, finance boarding, courtesy list or take in Cheyenne as your own, please contact Meredith directly at meredithwil@gmail.com.

She really needs a job. She is protective, but not a barker. Has a good strong bark when she needs it. She is very loyal and would be a perfect “BEST FRIEND.” She certainly wants to stick by me and watches me all the time for guidance. Prefers sticking by me to being with other dogs. Service dog training would suit her.

She is about 50 pounds and came to me underweight at 47.
Up to date on all shots. Scheduled for spay in three weeks. That has been paid for.

She had to take a steroid shot for stress allergy and therefore we must wait on the surgery. She is doing much better now.

She is HW positive and nothing has been begun on this. She has killed my 13-year-old cat, after fooling me around her for a week.  She cannot be with small animals. Children are OK.

She is totally a house dog and a one-woman (maybe man, too!). She tries hard to be obedient and really wants to learn. She has never had discipline, but already will sit, stay, come and lie down.

She is house-broken and behaves in a crate. She will thrive in a home with someone who knows dog behavior and can help her grow and develop to be the best she can be.

I cannot foster her, although I wanted to be her forever home. She is an alpha and my dogs are abused, unadoptable, submissive babies who don’t deserve to be bullied.


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