Narla is available for adop/on through GSRE – this is what her current owner says about her.
Narla is an 11-month-old female, black and tan, German Shepherd with short-length coat. She is micro-chipped but not currently neutered and she had her last season on the 5th October 2022. She has no known food allergies and eats dry kibble twice daily.
She has no other disclosed medical issues. She has lived in her current home since she was 8 weeks old. She is described as being ‘not good’ when visiting the vets.
Narla is being rehomed as her current owner believes that she is anxious/nervous and has now started to snap at her youngest children (ok with the teenage kids) which is causing her concern.
Narla has been around children from young to teenage. She has started to snap at the youngest children (no specifics given) but is ok with the older teenage children. For this reason, she will only be rehomed with older (teenage), dog savvy children. She is selective with other dogs and people she doesn’t know as she has not been socialised.
She is described as being good with cats but her reaction to livestock is unknown.
Narla is vocal, irritated and nervous when strangers come to the house. She soon comes round to new people as she is eager to please. When the GSRE assessor visited, Narla barked throughout the time they were there (no lunging) and it appeared to be caused by nervousness.
Narla is currently left alone in the house for up to 8 hours and will sometimes chew items during that time.
She travels well in the car, lives indoors and is housetrained, although the owner will occasionally return home to an accident when Narla has been alone all day. She is a playful girl but gets nervous when out walking on the lead and will bark and lunge. It is not known if she has a recall and is described as knowing basic commands. She does not show any possessive tendencies over food/toys.
- South Yorkshire - own home
- 11 month
- Good with children:
- Yes - Older Only
- Good with other dogs:
- Careful introduction
- Good with cats:
- OK in Home