Female, 1 Year Old, Shepherd
Trained on a muzzle, head lead, and in continuing leash and obedience training
Transitional training will be provided by PAWS to her adoptive family
Presley will need to be the only pet in her forever home
65lbs, Estimated 70-80lbs when fully grown
Spayed, Fully Vaccinated, Microchipped
Would do best in a home without small children
Presley is still looking for her forever home and has been for five months. Not for lack of charm, but because Presley’s forever home will need to be a special one, she just has not found the perfect fit yet.
Presley is a goofy puppy in an extra tall body. Frequently caught tripping over her legs, chasing her tail, or generally derping around, she is irresistibly goofy and will always keep you laughing. A fetch enthusiast, Presley will chase a ball until she cannot possibly take another step and loves her tennis balls so much that she rarely sets them down unless she needs a drink, and even then, she only drops them right in the water bowl next to her as she sips. Despite the drive to play, Presley’s primary motivator is her people, who she waits anxiously to see each day, and with whom she considers herself to be a perfectly sized lapdog. As dedicated as she is to play, so she is to being your companion, and she loves cuddling or chewing a bone on your lap.
Now about that perfect fit. Presley will need to be the only pet in her home and will need to walk with a leash or muzzle- both of which she has been trained to use. Presley has been working diligently to learn puppy skills like calming her body and being gentle with her mouth (both in a board-and-train program and now at PAWS). She has made excellent progress, but her size and youth may make it difficult for her to live with small children unless her family is extra dog savvy.
Female, Shepherd Mix Puppy
1 year old, 75lbs, estimated to be 80-85lbs fully grown
Loyal, goofy, devoted and loving
Trained to walk on a headlead, to use a muzzle, to relax on the mat, and in an increasing number of commands
Uses a treadmill comfortably for 25-30 minute sessions, increasing speed and endurance every week
Actively enrolled in professional training, transitional training sessions will be provided by PAWS to her adoptive family
Will need to be the only animal in her home, and will not be able to socialize in off leash dog areas like the beach or dog park
Presley is at a crossroads in her development and needs to find her con