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German Shepard pup in Houston needs a home

Discussion in 'BBS Hangout' started by Clutch City1993, Jan 13, 2014.

  1. Clutch City1993

    Clutch City1993 Bury Me In The H
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    What up guys. Came across a 3 month old German Shepard pup, trying to find him a nice home. Not looking for money. Any help spreading the word would be awesome. Email me if interested.

    opresas88@gmail.com


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    add a photo of the little one and he'll probably get snatched up quick
     
  3. benchmoochie

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    you can take him to k9 rescue. they are legit by the galleria
     
  4. jo mama

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    i might be interested. i lost my dog to cancer almost 2 years ago and decided i am ready to get another.

    can you post pics and any additional info (male or female?).
     
  5. Clutch City1993

    Clutch City1993 Bury Me In The H
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    Hey guys. Thanks for responding. Here are a couple of pics of the little guy. He's very sweet and does not bite. Gets along well with smaller dogs as well.

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    Clutch City1993 Bury Me In The H
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    I am sorry for your loss. He is a male. Found him just a few days ago. Keeping him sheltered in the meantime.
     
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    Bra! brah! That's a Rottweiler.
     
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    Looks like a German shepard and Rottweiler mix.
     
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    *shepherd
     
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    Very cute. If I didn't have cats I might be inclined to take him. My first pet was was a German Shepherd rescue.

    Does look like a German Shepherd/Rottweiler mix.
     
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    Someone snatch him up, please don't take it to the pound where he will be put to sleep!!!!
     
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    Yea somebody take this beautiful dog. I wish I had the yard for him, or I would.
     
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    That would be awesome.
     
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    Looks delicious.

    Oh. I mean, How cute!
     
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    I'm not sure. I have a GSD and she looked similar to the pictures. Their snout doesn't grow longer until about 6 months or so. Here are some pictures of my full blooded GSD as a pup for comparison.

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    With that said, mix or not GSDs are the best damn dogs ever. They are VERY active, so if you're a lazy b*stard like myself they are the best thing for you.
     
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    I would snatch him up in a instant, but I am from the rgv and cant make that trip. I have a huge yard for him and everything. Sorry. Beautiful puppy!
     
  17. LonghornFan

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    Are you in Houston? If so, what side of town?

    Svpernaut- That's one awesome looking dog!
     
  18. Clutch City1993

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    I may be able to take a trip down there for the dog or at least meet you halfway. If you are serious, shoot me an email.
     
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    I live in east houston but am willing to travel to austin, s.a., maybe even rgv just to make sure he has a good home.
     
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    I always hear about German Shepherds and hip dysplasia. Obviously, this dog breed has a bad rep for this. I found a weird and interesting article that implies how you feed the dog when it is a pup determines the propensity for it developing this condition later on. The bottom line seems to be don't overfeed your pup and restrain the amount you feed it during puppyhood as there is a correlation between how fast the puppy grows based on how much it is fed and the chances it will develop hip dysplasia problems later on.

    http://www.4germanshepherds.com/Dysplasia.htm
     

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