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Anatolian Shepherd


2 Years




Large (> 40 lbs.)

Can Live With

  • Children
  • Dogs
  • Horses



Current on Vaccines


Specialized Care

  • None


Valley Center, CA


Very loving anatolian shepherd mix that we rescued from San Bernardino Shelter in early March. We had him neutered and he is gaining some needed weight. He's approximately 2 years old, in great health, very sweet and affectionate. He is active and puts himself to bed at night in his crate. He sleeps through the night in his crate with the door open. This guy has 2 acres here and 3 other dogs as companions; but he just won't stay in the yard. We have exhausted our efforts to contain him and unfortunately chainlink isn't enough for him. We bought a GPS tracker for him so if he gets lost we can find him (and he's microchipped). Despite the tracker, acreage, canine companions, and plenty of exercise, he just wants to see the greener grass on the other side. He does return to our gate once he's had a good run around, but we are worried he'll be hit by a car, run onto neighbors' properties which they don't like, understandably. He leaves our horse alone, not sure about cats.

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