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Campbell - German Shepherd Dog / Shiba Inu / Mixed Dog For Adoption
German Shepherd Dog-Shiba Inu Mix Dog For Adoption in Frisco, TX, USA


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Ad ID: ADN-51905
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Date Listed: 01/13/2017
Date Expires: 29 days from now

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Breed: German Shepherd Dog-Shiba Inu Mix
Gender: Male Male


Color/Markings: Brindle
Availability Date: 01/13/2017
Location: Frisco, TX, 75034
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Tags: German Shepherd Dog-Shiba Inu Mix Dog For Adoption in Frisco, TX, USA

German Shepherd Dog-Shiba Inu Mix Dog For Adoption in Frisco, TX, USA

Physical Attributes
Altered Yes
Behavioral Characteristics
OK with Kids Yes
OK with Dogs Yes
OK with Cats No
  • Housetrained
Additional Information
Was the Dog Found No

Posted Breed: German Shepherd Dog / Shiba Inu / Mixed. Dog from the second database Hi! My name is Campbell. I am about 6 years old. I am a Shiba Inu/German Shephard mix. I am around knee high and weigh about 50lbs. I was rescued from a local city shelter along with my sister, Gianna (Syd). I am a sweet and fun loving dog. I like lots of attention from my foster family. I love playing ball and have started retrieving it and bringing it back to the person who threw it. I am crate trained. I can be a little shy when I first meet someone and it takes me a little while to feel comfortable around new people. I enjoy giving my humans lots of kisses. I get along with the dogs in my foster home. When I meet a new dog, I need to be introduced because I feel a little insecure around other dogs that I don't know. Once I have been introduced to a new dog, I become comfortable and want to be friends and play with them. My foster mom believes I would do best in a home with one person, preferable a female person that I could bond with right away. For further information please email the address below.We do not adopt out on a first come, first served basis. We review all applications received and select the best home for the dog based on what we know of its personality, habits, and behaviors.Anyone interested in our dogs will be required to fill out an adoption application which includes a home visit by one of our volunteers. For this reason we do not adopt to anyone living out of the DFW area. All our dogs will be spayed or neutered, microchipped, current on vaccinations and heartworm treated (if required). We do ask for a $165 adoption fee. Click here to return Frisco Humane Society website and to complete an online application For further information please email the address in the box to the right. Anyone interested in our dogs/cats will be required to fill out an adoption application. We do not adopt to anyone living out of the Dallas/Fort Worth area. All our dogs/cats will be spayed/neutered, heart worm tested (dogs), FeLV/FIV tested (cats), microchipped; and current on vaccinations. We do not adopt on a first-come first-served basis. We review all applications received to ensure that the animal and the applicant are a good match based on our personal experiences with the animal. These animals live in our homes with us so we are familiar with their habits and behaviors. To fill out an application online or to find out more information about our adoption process, just go to and click on the 'Adoption Application' link. Dog/Puppy Adoption Donation - $165 Cat/Kitten Adoption Donation - $135 Some of our adoptable cats can be seen at the Frisco Petsmart Adopt-A-Pet cat center 7 days a week. Adoption counselors are onsite every Saturday and Sunday from 12-4pm. Our next Meet and Greet dog event will be Saturday, January 21st from 12-4pm at the Frisco Petsmart. The Frisco Petsmart is located at 3333 Preston Rd, Frisco, TX 75034 in the Stonebriar Centre near Tuesday Morning and DSW.

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