Ginger is a gorgeous 10-12 month
old black and red female. She is a stunningly pretty dog,
and has a wonderful personality. She is very sweet and shy,
and submissive to other dogs. However, she is friendly and
gets along well with children. She did very well at a recent
in-store adoption event. She is a petite girl and will
probably grow to be about 70-75 pounds.
Ginger was rescued from the
SEAACA shelter in Downey, where we see some of the nicest purebred
German Shepherds that end up unclaimed by their owners. When
the time runs out for an owner to claim the dog, the dogs often
get as little as one day to get adopted before they
are euthanized to make room for the next dog.
When we got Ginger out of the
shelter, she had kennel cough. We took her to our vet where
she recovered for a week before she could be spayed. It was
a small price to pay to save the life of this beautiful girl.
We encourage people to adopt dogs
from their local shelter whenever possible. There are
wonderful purebred dogs that end up there through no fault of
their own. These dogs are desperately looking for a new
home, and they only get a small window of opportunity to get
adopted. If you can build up the nerve to walk through your
local shelter, you may find a wonderful dog like Ginger! And
you will be saving his or her life when you adopt them!
Visit some of these websites to see photos of just a few of the
dogs that are in local shelters right now! If you see a dog
that you would like to adopt, call the shelter or get over there
IMMEDIATELY! Don't wait!