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Sassy German Shepherd Dog Hershey, PA
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- Vaccinations up to date, spayed / neutered.
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Our rescue saved Sassy from euthanisia at an overcrowded high kill shelter in TX.
This stunning girl is such a good girl. Sassy, true to her breed, just wants to please everyone!
She is only about 1 yr old, still a young thing and is a little reserved. But as with so many of these innocent pups, we really don't know half as much as they've gone through.
But our little Sassy can do no wrong! And yes she is little, too little, very underweight.
She is food protective, so no doubt she has had to guard what food she had been able to find while trying to survive out there.
We really need to find a foster or adopter for this sweetheart ASAP, so she can start to thrive and enjoy life.
Please contact Shannon on 919 442 7720 ASAP!
NOTE: Sassy is in a boarding situation, but it still feels like a shelter to her. We need to find a foster or adopter ASAP, so she doesn't succumb to kennel stress.
Due to record numbers of owner surrendering pets to shelters, there aren't enough fosters, which means we have to find local boarding kennel space. And if that fails, we need to transport pets to foster homes in other states, or boarding kennels there if we run out of fosters. None of which are ideal but it is better than the alternative.
Often now, the shelters are giving rescue groups a lot less than 24 hrs notice of the following day's euthanasia lists! Resulting in everyone scrambling to find fosters or even urgent fosters during that time.
Shelters are overflowing in droves mainly due to owner surrenders and/or a general lack of spay/neutering in southern states. Healthy pets that owners, or their families, are surrendering to shelters, especially in southern states, are being euthanised in record numbers.
Foster homes are overflowing as a result. If no fosters available, we have to look for space in local boarding kennels and when that fails, our only option is to get these precious innocent pets on transport to other states, either to fosters there, or final resort boarding kennels.
And for these pups, boarding is not ideal. Our only hope is to get them into as many foster homes as we can, wherever, until we can get find their furever homes.
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