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Ross German Shepherd Dog Chesterfield, MO
- Black , Yellow / Tan / Blond / Fawn
- Sweet, Happy, Gentle
- Coat length
- Vaccinations up to date.
- Good in a home with
- Other dogs.
- Adoption fee
Ross has settled in happily to his foster home in the STL metro area! He wasn't quite sure about his Golden Retriever foster sibling at first, but has since become fast friends. So we think Ross would do well with a doggy buddy in his forever home!
Ross is estimated to be about 1 year and 6 months old and he weighs in around 75 pounds. Unfortunately, Ross is heartworm positive and now undergoing treatment. He is not yet neutered and will wait until his he is recovered to have his procedure.
While we are accepting applications for this handsome fella, his ability to do meet-and-greets with humans or potential doggo siblings will be limited until he is through the scarier part of treatment. No excitement for heartworm positive patients!
But once he's on the other side of this difficult process and restored to full health, he will be ready to meet his new family and enjoy his happy forever!
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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