Bay Area German Shepherd Rescue
  • Female
  • Puppy
  • Adopted Jun 13, 2015
  • Good with Cats? Yes
  • Good with Dogs? Both
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Tilly is very people friendly, sticking by a human's side, asking for pets and attention.  She's easy to love.

Wearing a traditional black and tan coat, she's likely to top out at 65 pounds.  She's about 10 months old.

Tilly hasn't had a lot of life experiences; she will do well with a confident person who leads her into positive learning experiences.  At her foster home, she saw a life-sized gsd statue; she barked and was concerned, but after her foster mom petted the statue, Tilly went over to sniff it.  She was reluctant to get into a car, but with slow encouragement, she almost jumped in by herself.  The wind was quite noisy and rowdy the day she left the shelter; the wind caused all sorts of concern, but Tilly acted remarkably well.   All of this is encouraging behavior for a girl who has not experienced a lot.  OH, and we don't think she has spent a lot of time watching tv...

Tilly is going to learn to sleep in a crate at night and for time-outs during the day.  She will also learn that dogs can be lots of fun; right now they're pretty scary in close proximity, and she barks at them from a distance.  She is fostered with lots of friendly dogs, so her experience will soon change.  She also barked at Test Kitty, but she tested fine with him.

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