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This gorgeous girl is Millie who is 3 years old. Now spayed and vaccinated and she is microchipped. Millie’s dad works for a security company and Millie was supposed to be a security dog, however she did not have any bite in her! The company were going to put her down so her current dad took her in about a year ago.

Millie happily lives with another dog, dad’s working dog, and we are told she is good with large dogs but not keen on smaller ones and a no to cats. Good with children 7 upwards.

Being rehomed as she was being left 8 hours a day  and her dad knows she needs more time and exercise than they are able to give. Because of her training, she loves her toys and even though she is a failed security dog, she will need an active home as she has come from working lines.

Our volunteer described Millie as easy going and very sweet. Very quiet and lets people into her home with no problems and loves a fuss.

This lovely girl will settle into a an active home with little trouble if you can offer her a home please.

Now in foster, spayed and vaccinations started, this is what foster mum has to say:

“Pretty girl Millie has had a modelling shoot..she is super friendly and sweet with people. Loves everyone! Not a guard dog 🐕 by any stretch.
Loves children! Plays ball and is a gentle soul…She would be ok with young children as she seems to understand they are little and is gentle with them.. we have tested her with 7 upwards and feel she would be ok.

Clean and good in the house. No guarding issues with food, toys or people.
She has good recall, she pulls on the lead and may benefit from a halti.
Careful introduction with dogs on and off lead (doesn’t bark or lunge) but is a dominant bossy lady.. so as long as the other dog backs down to her she will largely ignore them… She may struggle to live with another female as she is dominant and would like to be in charge of the other dog..

She could live with a nice easy going male that could cope with her being a bossy boots but equally Millie would be the perfect family pet for someone wanting a nice friendly shepherd… she’s an easy girl. She will need exercise and someone around as she loves being with you!”

Millie was adopted but has been returned after taking a dislike to another dog in the park. The adopters felt they could not deal with her issue. On return to her foster home, were very surprised that she jumped out of the car and mixed straight back into the foster mum’s pack. Really not Millie’s fault.

Millie has been adopted.

Why we do what we do

German Shepherd Rescue Elite was not only set up to help as many unwanted, abandoned and neglected German Shepherds as possible, but to also offer education to the general public on the responsibilities / pros / cons of owning a large working breed dog and to be able to offer help and advice so hopefully we can become the prevention for once instead of always being the cure.

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