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Date listed: 02/03/2017
verifiedPosted Breed: English Shepherd (medium coat). Puddin’ is a 5 year old English Shepherd, and she is one of the calmest and most gentle dogs you will ever meet. She is a large lady at 75 pounds with a slight brindle coloring to her coat. Puddin’ lost an eye at some point in her past, surgically removed, and we do not know the story behind that but it does not affect her mobility in any way. This girl is a total love and will come stand beside you and patiently wait for her turn to be petted. She is exceptional with every dog here at the rescue, and they really like her because of her easy going demeanor. She is friendly with people, would be gentle with children, and we would even trust her in a home with a cat. Puddin’ is so friendly that she will sometimes hop over our chainlink fence and go visiting neighbors, so a 6’ fence will be a requirement of her adoption. She’s great on a leash, enjoys car rides and will hop right in for you, and she is housetrained. She does not sleep in a crate and prefers to sleep in the floor beside your bed….unless she gets the invitation to get in the bed, which she adores. She very rarely barks, but when she does, it is a resounding big dog bark that echoes. Puddin’ loves to play outside and enjoys playing in the kiddy pool that we have set up. Indoors, she will usually be lying close to wherever you are, quiet as a mouse. When you look at her, her tail starts wagging. Puddin’ has been fully vaccinated, is microchipped, tested negative for heartworms, and is current on heartworm and flea preventative. Puddin’ is available for a $300 adoption donation, and if interested please download an application from our website, www.twistedbranchaussies.com, and submit it to the email address at the top of the form.
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Date listed: 09/10/2016
verifiedPosted Breed: English Shepherd (medium coat). I rescued what looks to be a small short haired English Shepherd. He's about 28 pounds but might grow some after I fatten him up. I took Little Buddy to the vet and he has been neutered, shots, heart worm negative and de-wormed. He's the sweetest boy ever and so grateful for grass and a bed and love. But, my fence cannot contain him and I live on a busy road. He has never had anyone to teach or train him, so he does jump a lot but he's smart and learning. He wants to be a lap dog. He does get along with my other dog.
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