Miss London recently joined Coastal after being dumped in a shelter night drop. She’s a smart, friendly and energetic young girl. London already knows a few commands and she’s ready to learn a few more. Like most young GSDs she would love please her new family with some tricks and training. London is great with other big dogs, both male and female. She and her kennel-mate Minka are new BFFs. These two love to play “rough and tumble” together! She is not recommended for small dogs or cats though. With her energy level she might be a bit too much around young children, at least until she matures a bit. Are you the family London has been waiting for?
London has been hanging out with 2 Husky males, Aspen the younger one is high energy and very very playful. Xavier is the older of the 2, playful but more like Papa Dog. London pays much respect to Xavier, she licks his mouth and is quite gentle with him. Aspen on the other hand, they are wrestling buds!She’s super cute and sweet so she probably won’t last long. Oh and she has mad hops! She Jumped the 5 ft retaining wall in the yard up onto our hill (it’s fenced) with no effort and clears the baby gate we put in the bedroom door without a care. Our 2 boys Aspen and Xavier are afraid to knock it over and won’t go near it.She can be a little mouthy too but in an affectionate way. Zero aggression. She will alert us to strangers. Also loves shoes but drops them when you catch her and issue a verbal “APP!”. All in all a mega sweetheart and well adjusted dog. Sleeps very well through the night in her crate next to our bed and no accidents in the house the whole time.
If you are interested in meeting this dog, please fill out our online application first. Contact us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. The minimum adoption donation ranges from $300 to $400. This amount only partially covers the cost of veterinary care, boarding fees, and other miscellaneous expenses involved in the temporary care and adoption of our dogs and is tax deductible. Prior to placement, all dogs will be spayed or neutered, receive current vaccinations, and are usually microchipped. If not, arrangements will be made on an individual basis. Special consideration may be given to those willing to adopt older dogs or dogs with physical problems.