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Leelou (tri color) and yogi (black)

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About

Breed

German Shepherd, Mixed Breed (Large)

Age

1 Year

Gender

Unknown

Size

Large (> 40 lbs.)

Can Live With

  • Children
  • Dogs
  • Horses
  • Large Livestock (cows
  • Livestock
  • Older Children (12+)

Spayed/Neutered

Unknown

Current on Vaccines

Unknown

Specialized Care

  • None

Location

Valley Center, CA

Biography

Meet Leelou and Yogi! Brother and sister, and they would really prefer if they get adopted together. We got them when they were puppies.

Leelou (tri color) is very friendly and lovey-dovey. Likes to give "hugs" but doesn't understand that not everybody wants a hug. She loves to play and can keep up with the boys. She is fixed and all up to date on shots (we got her fixed right after her first cycle in August).

yogi (black) is not fixed nor up to date on shots. He is a sweet cuddle bug. He's timid and definitely not the "alpha".

Their mom is a mutt, and their dad is a German Shepard. They have tons of energy and are great with bigger dogs. They are not fans of smaller ones (they don't understand that they can't play with the smaller ones as they do with bigger dogs).

They are outdoor ranch dogs. We got them for that purpose but due to being put in a very toxic situation, we had to suddenly and quickly move before it got worse.

We moved out before finding a spot, and then when we did, they didn't allow dogs. It breaks my heart to rehome them but they are so sweet and great dogs. I just want them to find a forever home where they get to be loved on.

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