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Radar German Shepherd Dog Chesterfield, MO

  • Young
  • Male
  • Large
  • Black, Yellow / Tan / Blond / Fawn


Athletic, Smart, Curious
Coat length
Vaccinations up to date.
Good in a home with
Other dogs.
Prefers a home without
Cats, children.

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Meet Radar

Radar's first human purchased him as a puppy at 13 weeks old. Unfortunately, his human didn't have time for Radar, and he spent the next 3 months living in a kennel with no opportunity to learn about the outside world. A kind person recognized Radar needed a better life and that's when Radar made his way to us!

When Radar first arrived in rescue, he was reactive when meeting new people and other dogs. Fortunately, when he had time to properly meet a stranger, he calmed down.

Radar has completed a 3-week course at a board and train facility where he learned to walk like a gentleman on leash, learned all his basic obedience commands, and gained experience in being out and about in public.

After training, Radar moved to his foster home. He is house trained and crate trained and rides well in a car when crated. He sleeps through the night in his crate without needing to go out. Radar is food motivated and loves playing in water.

Radar is currently living with 4 adult German Shepherds and is learning pack dynamics. In his forever home, we think he can live well with a well-matched large breed dog, but due to his youthful energy, he will not be a suitable companion for all dogs.

Radar is still very young and needs to go to a person or family that has prior experience raising and training a German Shepherd or other working-dog breed puppy. His new people will need to dedicate time to continue his education and expose him to new situations and ensure he is properly socialized with people and dogs.

Radar has a fairly strong prey drive and should not go to a home with cats or small dogs. At 8 month old and still growing, he weighs about 60 pounds. Due to his large size and general youthful exuberance he would not be a good match for a home with small children.

If this gorgeous youngster sounds like a great fit for your home and family, please apply to adopt!

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Our Adoption Fees:

*Dogs and puppies 12 months old or younger: $400

* Adult dogs over 12 months of age: $350

* Senior dogs over 7 years of age qualify for our "Seniors FUREVER" program! Seniors are special to us, so we offer two options:

(1) If your heart has a special place for the seniors, you can adopt a senior dog for the regular adoption fee of $350 and this becomes a perpetual fee. You can adopt another SGSDR senior dog at any time from us in the future at NO CHARGE.
(2) If you aren't sure about your future adoption capacity, you may adopt your SGSDR senior dog for a reduced adoption fee of $250.

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