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Rehoming 5 year old German Mix in Austin, Texas. Ruth is a sweet, energetic, lovable girly pop. She is good with cats, dogs, and children. She is also spayed and UTD on all her shots. Below is Ruths DNA make up and what I will consider for rehoming. Please know this is not easy for me and I truly want the best for her.

37.4% American Pit Bull Terrier
18.8% Australian Shepard
15.3% Labrador Retriever
9.3% German Shepard
7.2% Siberian Husky
14.7% supermutt

What I Will Consider:
– Must have a LARGE backyard for her to roam in, the bigger the better
– Must be willing and able to manage her energy and build her confidence
– Small children are ok but I would really like if she would be at a household where animals are the main priority at the moment
– Someone active
– I would love for her to have a playmate

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Shasta loves to play outside with our other dog and enjoys sunbathing. She is very intelligent, energetic, and sweet with her family unit. She does well with our young daughter, is house trained and crate trained. She is also a great running companion!


Tundra is a 4 (in September) year old German Shepard Husky who loves his dinner time, play time and relax time. He is so sweet and also loves to jump around with his toys. He gives kisses only when he really wants to but loves to snuggle up under your arms or between your legs. Tundra is relaxed and well mannered, he loves to sun bathe, house hang and is very kennel trained. He sits and waits for his food but he loves to dance for it too. He eats whenever you’ll feed him and will always take a yummy treat or special toy.
We are needing to rehome him due to the inability for him and his dad (Husky) no longer getting along, they are now fighting for dominance and it is no longer a safe and calm environment for him or his dad (our other dog). He does really well with his mom and sister, and female dogs. I would recommend him in as single pet household or with a female dog.


About Milo:
◦ Birthday 11/6/2020
◦ White German Shepherd male, neutered. He is healthy and has finished his vaccinations. Weight 88 pounds.
◦ Personality: Gentle, little shy, loving, high spirited, protective, alert and loyal.
◦ He is friendly to all dogs, and friendly with people who have dogs. Wary of strangers.
◦ A little nervous with little kids.
◦ He is very disciplined, good on recall, follows instructions, and will not damage furniture.
◦ We got him when he was 7 weeks old. He is properly socialized and trained.
◦ Activities: Milo likes to play with balls, and likes running in the park. Plays hide & seek (seeks treats you hide anywhere or are wrapped by paper and towels).

Milo can understand some words ~
sit, stay, wait, no, ok, stop, cross road, play ball, go water, relax, come, back, hide, find it, slow down, go to bed, who is coming?

Hopefully his new family will: Love dogs.
Have a yard or be close to a park.
Love outdoor sports. Have physical strength and time to accompany dog.
It would be better if his new owners have experience raising big dogs.

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