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German Shepherd Dog (long coat)  : :  Female (spayed)  : :  Senior  : :  Large


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Blitz the White Shepherd needs a caretaker or foster! Won't you consider helping her get a new start?

About Blitz the White Shepherd

  • Microchipped: Yes
  • Housetrained: Yes
Blitz is a beautiful white German Shepherd dog that was adopted from a rural shelter. Her owner surrendered her to another county shelter where her time was soon up. Fortunataly through the effort of volunteers, she was pulled and brought to us just in time.  Oh, and we are so glad!  This is a wonderful dog!  Her gentle demeanor and loving spirit makes her a fit into almost any home.  Every time Judy talks to me about Blitz, she just goes on and on about how fabulous this dog is.  Well, coming from someone who has known as many dogs as Judy has, that says alot!!!!

Like many dogs in the South, Blitz is heartworm positive, but don't let that stop you from adopting a great dog. We are treating her with monthly heartworm preventative, our preferred method. Many heartworm positive dogs go on to lead long and healthy lives.

PRBJ treats ALL of our dogs with monthly Heartworm preventative. Heartworms are transmitted to dogs via mosquitoes. Humans do not contract heartworms. Heartworm positive (HW+ ) dogs are treated with the recommended slow kill method, using monthly HW preventative as it is gentler on the animal’s system than the more invasive injection method. Most dogs that are Heartworm positive can lead healthy, normal lives if the worms are caught early and treatment began. There are different options to treat HW and new owners may choose to redirect their type of treatment with direction of their vet. All HW+ dogs have a HW slow treatment info sheet in their adoption folder which will be provided to new owners.

*According to dogbreedinfo.com, in April 1899, Capt. Max von Stephanitz registered a dog named Horan as the first Deutsche Schäferhunde, which means German Shepherd Dog in English. Known for their tremendous loyalty and courage, they are calmly confident, but not hostile. This breed needs his people and should not be left isolated for long periods of time. They only bark when it is necessary. Serious and almost human in his intelligence, they have a high learning ability. The breed is so intelligent and learns so readily that it has been used as a sheepdog, guard dog, in police work, as a guide for the blind, in search and rescue service, and in the military. The German Shepherd also excels in many other dog activities including schutzhund, tracking, obedience, agility, flyball, and ring sport. His fine nose can sniff out drugs and intruders, and can alert handlers to the presence of underground mines in time to avoid detonation, or gas leaks in a pipes buried 15 feet underground. A quick daily brushing is best unless hair in the house is not a problem. They should be bathed rarely, only once or twice a year to avoid skin oil depletion. Shepherds have a life expectancy around 13 years.

Donate a Kuranda Bed!Our dogs and cats love to sleep on Kuranda beds. We love them, too - sturdy and long lasting, they provide comfort to our pets for years! But we do not have enough for everyone.  If you would like to donate a bed or tower at discounted price, please click here!

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