This stunning long-haired German Shepherd is
Astrid, who was found as a stray in west Toronto. When she came into the shelter she was matted, had a serious ear infection and hot spots on her body, she had not been well cared for. But sweet lady Astrid never lost hope or her good nature and each morning greeted shelter staff with a "woo woo" and big wide tail wags. When no one came to claim this beautiful girl. Staff called German Shepherd rescues in the provincial directory asking if anyone had room for an 8-9 year old gal with chronic ear issues, hot spots and by the way, was in heat!
Speaking of Dogs Rescue was able to take her in as a number of dogs had recently been adopted and we had an open space. Astrid is a gem - she is good with other dogs, great with people, calm and mannerly, is a dream when riding in the car and despite her size of approx. 85 pounds she does not pull on leash but rather walks nicely often checking back with her handler. Please consider this amazing senior Shepherd with the soft, gentle brown eyes.
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shelter is looking for a rescue pull for this boy. Duke is a Doberman/Shepherd mix around 60 lbs, in The Caledon shelter in Bolton. They are looking for a rescue that can work on his manners and leash training. His main issue is he tends to mouth people once the leash is on and doesn't work well on the leash. He is a sweet boy and seems to love everyone. He has been there for awhile so am hoping someone has room to work with this boy. Duke has alot of potential with the right person. For more info please contact Stephanie Rose shelter administrator at (905) 857-5208.
Lucy is my name and I'm a female Rottweiler, Hound mix. The staff say I'm a really sweet and well behaved girl but I will need a little refresher on my obedience cues. Have I mentioned that I am clean and affectionate and they tell me I have an adorable face. I love to run when I get time out in the yard and I will need a regular exercise routine. The shelter has had me spayed and microchipped so please come by to see me soon. Lucy is starting to show signs of stress in the shelter. She is really a good girl and needs to find a home. Caledon shelter contact is Stephanie Rose Shelter Administrator 905-857-5208