We just got three 14 week old black and tan
female puppies who are looking for the right home. They are
very cute girls, and extremely intelligent. They are
becoming housebroken and are learning some obedience. One
must have been the runt of the litter because she is much smaller
than the other two. But regardless of size, a puppy is a lot of work, and a 10-15 year commitment.
Don't adopt a puppy until you and your family are ready for the
long-term responsibility of raising a pup, and caring for it for
the rest of it's life! Sorry, but we can only consider homes
in our immediate area, as a home visit will be required before an
adoption will be approved. This is a terrible photo of the
pups as they were sitting in the back of a car.
The puppies were turned in by their owner,
a breeder who was not in the position to care for another litter
of puppies. This was the second litter of puppies that he
had by the same pair of dogs. A year ago, when several of
the puppies from his previous litter failed to find homes, he
brought them to the pound. Instead of getting his male and
female German Shepherds sterilized at that time, he allowed them
to breed again. This litter was 12
These three puppies are the only ones from
the litter that we were able to rescue from the owner/breeder
before he planned to take them to the pound. We were lucky
enough to contact the breeder and to rescue these pups before
anything could happen to them. The pups are currently in a foster home, so please send an email to email@example.com
or call (818) 558-7560 if you
are interested in meeting the puppies.
Although the breeder "gave away"
his male shepherd, he intends to keep the female. The good
news is that we offered to pay to have this breeder's female
shepherd sterilized so that this would not happen again.
Surprisingly enough, he took us up on the offer! Thanks to
your generous donations, we were able to pay for the spay surgery
for this dog to prevent any more puppies from ending up in the