Aria was probably chained in a backyard considering that she grew into her collar, which had to be surgically removed. Also, she is missing a toe. She seems undaunted by all this misfortune and neglect. She acts like a puppy, full of energy and eager to explore her surroundings. She is especially interested in squirrels, rabbits, and other prey (possibly also cats). She walks with other dogs with no negative interaction, seemingly only interested in exploring her environment. She doesn’t bark on walks and is obedient on leash. Aria does not respond to basic commands like sit, though Aria is very intelligent and will learn very quickly. Aria is below average in size and has an athletic build. She is the epitome of the German Shepherd Dog (GSD). She is kind but aloof, respectful and obedient of people, loves to chase when permitted, and smart and energetic. She would benefit from an owner who can give her lots of exercise (at least once daily). Aria would love to bond with you. She would be loyal and so appreciative to have you love her and treat her with respect and dignity.
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