Nala is available for adoption through GSRE – this is what her current owner says about her.
Nala is a 3-year-old, female, German Shepherd with a black and gold, short coat. She is neutered, vaccinated, micro-chipped, worm and flea treated. She has no known food allergies and is currently fed adult Wagg food once daily. She has no disclosed medical issues and she has lived in her current home since she was puppy when she was bought from a private breeder.
Nala is being rehomed as her current owner has changed employment which means leaving Nala alone in the house for 12 hours daily. Unsurprisingly, Nala is not coping well with such extended periods of absence which has recently led to some chewing and the occasional accident in the house.
Nala is good with children of all ages but is not good with other dogs as she has never been socialised. She has not lived with another dog. She is not good with cats and her reaction to livestock is unknown. She has never shown aggression towards anybody and has never bitten anyone. She travels well in a car and is not described as barking excessively.
Nala lives indoors and is housetrained, the accidents in the house have only started recently due to her being left for 12 hours solid. She walks well on a lead and is never let off-lead so her recall is unknown. She will react to dogs when walking on a lead. She knows sit, stay, paw and bed. She has not shown any possessive tendencies over food or toys.
Nala is good when visiting the vet but only if there are no other dogs present. She currently uses the rear door to access the vets to avoid this issue.
When the GSRE assessor visited, Nala was initially kept in another room. When she was released, she went into the room barking but within seconds she was kissing the assessor. Throughout the time of being there, Nala was trying to climb on the assessor’s lap, giving them kisses and asking for attention. Is it believed that this girl has a lot of love to give and she would thrive in a home with someone who can give Nala the attention and guidance that she craves.
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