DJ’s Dallas is proof that great things come in small packages. Believe it or not, she is part German Shepherd. DJ, their mom, came to us very pregnant and within a week of joining Coastal, she gave birth to Dallas and her littermates. Dallas has been holding off for the perfect fit. She is the sweetest of sweet, the most energetic of energetic. She cam jump very high and when she wants to capture the soft spot in your heart, she can do the low crawl straight into your arms. What is she mixed with? Cattle Dog is our first guess, but there may be some Jack Russell and Beagle in there too. While she may be what many would refer to as a Heinz 57 and not a purebred German Shepherd, she is 100 percent pure love.
She needs a yard with a good fence to play in, as she can jump like she’s on a pogo stick, especially when there’s something she wants to get. She needs a comfy bed inside with her family, someone who can throw the ball for her, go on walks with her, help her burn her energy, and someone who can relax and watch a movie with her too. If she could be a lap dog, she would love to be just that. She is not too picky on her canine companions, but she would like to live with one that can keep up with her energy. They don’t necessarily have to run circles as fast as she can. She’s happy to do her circles around them while they catch up. They do need to like her kisses, though. She loves to snuggle and nuzzle with her doggy foster brothers and sisters.
She has not been around children. So, while older children will probably be okay, young children, toddlers and babies are not for her.
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