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She is a beautiful girl, expected to stay a dark sable and as of now is intact but I don't think she has the correct temperament to be in a breeding program-and she is missing one of her canine teeth. I have taken her to events and she is not easily spooked by loud noises, changing ground-ground that moves, different textures, etc. She is very friendly (by german shepherd standards-she is not a lab) and has no issues with people young or old. Mostly housebroken-any accidents have been our fault for not bringing her outside. She settles in a house GREAT, loves dog beds, wants to be with you. Would NOT be happy in a kennel environment. She is an easy keeper, eats anything and keeps weight on easy, a breeze to bathe and do nails, just lays there. She gets along with our dogs. She can be nervous meeting other dogs on leash (which is the only issue ive had with her)

She was originally going to be used for service work but I haven't been able to get out and train with her. She has done pet friendly outings but her obedience is rusty. I would consider her for a service dog PROSPECT home (she is NOT fully trained) if you would tell me about what tasks you would like her to do, what your plans would be for her.

As i said, her only issue is that she can be nervous meeting other dogs on leash. The reasons why I would want to rehome her is I just haven't bonded with her-but also- one of our other dogs went through our window when she was outside because he wanted to attack her. We can crate/rotate fine, and she still very much wants to be his friend, but I would hate for her to lovely temperament to be ruined by a bad experience. We are in Aiken, south carolina. If you want to meet her you may have to wait as she is currently in heat, if you don't mind that, we can still discuss
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