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"HANS GRUBER" nice German Shepherd - Westside of town - Bonnie L Hays (Wash Co Shelter)


May 2018

(aka  Washington County Animal Shelter)  (the shelter is Closed on Sunday and Holidays)

HANS GRUBER  here's my shelter Petfinder.com link

Nice German Shepherd! Hans is always checking out his environment, but doesn't appear to be overly concerned (just a little nervous initially) or vocal when seeing people outside of this space. Once a German Shepherd

bonds, they often become more protective of their people or their domain, and as all dogs do, Hans will benefit from continued positive socialization. Hans plays fetch, but in short sessions, not as a primary means of exercise - he'd be bored with that.

This guy will enjoy spending lots of quality time with you, and really deserves (as all dogs do) getting a daily walk.

Looking for a great indoor home with any children being 6 yrs or older.

Approx tiga yrs old, 80 lbs

If this dog is appropriate for a home with children, you must bring children aged 12 and under to the shelter with you for the adoption process. Not all dogs and children are a perfect match, so we want to make sure that the dog you select is a family-friendly dog.

If you have one or more existing dogs in your home, we require a "meet and greetdanquot; between your dogs and the adoptive dog at our shelter. Please plan to bring your dog(s) with you before the adoption can be finalized so we can be sure that the dogs and the humans all agree this dog will be the perfect match for your family!

Adoptions are on a first-come first-served basis among approved applicants. We cannot hold pets, so when you are ready to select a pet, please come prepared.

Bonnie L Hays, the local Washington Co Animal Shelter

Open Mon through Sat

(Closed on Sunday and Holidays)

Washington Co Animal Shelter (Bonnie L Hays)

1901 SE 24th Ave MS 53

Hillsboro, OR 97123


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