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Referral – Wren

German Shepherd Dog

Large • Senior • Male

Spayed/Neutered • Up-to-date with routine shots • Prefers a home without: young children

Wren is a handsome 7 yr old boy who has not been able to catch a break when it comes to having a loving family who knew something about GSD’s. Because he has been bounced around a few times he is a little insecure about people abandoning him but even with that Wren is ready to give his all. Wren knows some commands, rides great in the car and is hoping his forever family will work with him as he thrives on training. This is something he missed out on and being a strong working dog, it is the one thing he needed most. Wren needs stability and direction in his life so he can feel safe and secure with his new family. Wren does ok with other dogs, he has a good pack mentality and with a little human guidance he can probably share a home with cats. However, we do not know how he would be around young children, so maybe teenagers will go ok? We are helping the person who saved him from the shelter find the perfect fit for him as he is a very special dog. Wren would like a safe backyard so he can romp and play in, catch a few rays on nice days and make snow angels in the winter. He would not do well on a farm as he has a high prey drive when it comes to livestock. Wrens adoption fee is a $150 donation to gsror, thank you GSROR is asking anyone interested in this very special boy click on this link to submit your application, only experienced handlers please.

If you are interested in adopting a dog that is posted as a Referral please read the bio for instructions. If we are helping re-home the dog you must submit an application and someone from the rescue will be in touch with you. If the owners name and email address is in the bio then please contact them directly.

If this will be your first German Shepherd Dog then please click on this link before filling out an application.

The brief descriptions we have posted about our dogs are based on our observations and interactions with them since coming to our rescue. We will take our dogs out into public areas to watch their behaviors around strangers and other pets while walking them. We also place them in a daycare facility to ensure that they are sociable with other dogs and if not, which dogs they do not perform well around, such as small dogs or another large breed. When available, we place our dogs in a foster home to observe their house manners and help them to trust people again. If we observe bad behaviors we work with them to correct behaviors such as jumping on furniture or paws on the counters. There will be times that we will not be able to provide the answers to some of your questions – like are they good with children or cats – especially rescued dogs found as strays with little or no background. Even though we spend as much time as possible interacting with all our dogs, and they behave a certain way when with us, German Shepherd Rescue of the Rockies cannot guarantee their future behavior with their new families.