Bay Area German Shepherd Rescue
  • Male
  • Senior
  • Adopted Apr 16, 2019
  • Good with Cats? No
  • Good with Dogs? Both
Sponsor King Ceasar for just $25
Click here to donate
You'll appear on this page - "Sponsored by ......".
Your $25 will pay for food. King Ceasar thanks you!

This is a courtesy post for Berkeley Animal Care Services who has several dogs and cats available for adoption.

Hi! I’m King Caesar. I’m a 7 year old GSD. I weigh about 80 pounds - my new friends at BAGSR say that I am a big, heavy boned, handsome boy. 

I am a friendly boy with good obedience skills and very nice house manners. I will be devoted to my new family and in typical GSD form, will become quite attached. I walk nicely on leash and love to go out and about. I am good in the car too.  I do have a weird quirk- I do not like windshield wipers so best to put my in the back seat if it's raining.

I’m fine if left alone but I would really love to have a family who wants to spend lots of time with me. I am alert and curious and my poised dignified temperament makes me a wonderful companion dog. We can go lots of places together and enjoy ourselves. Hanging out together at home will also be great.  I can go downtown with you or hang out at a coffee shop.

I like other dogs just fine and even the little yappers don’t bother me even when they charge me - haha. I am a great dog park dog.

I don’t choose cats as friends though…I like to chase them.

I will alarm bark to let you know I hear something unusual and I will keep a close eye on my people for sure.  I like kids and will make a best friend for someone or for a whole family! Something you should know about me is that in true GSD form I can be pushy. Once my training collar comes off and we are hanging out inside I will need you to be the leader. If I jump on the bed or try to make you play when you just want to watch TV you may need to use a firm voice so i know you mean business.

I am a big strong boy with many good years ahead and please don't overlook me because of a few special needs. I have an eye condition called Pannus that affects my peripheral vision and requires medication, and my hips may have some arthritis but I can run and play just fine and I always know where MY people are.

I hope you’d like to meet me. 

This is a courtesy posting and I’ll be waiting in Berkeley.

How do I
adopt this dog?


You like this what?

Please take 3-4 minutes and complete our application form. Our adoption team will spring into action to help you adopt this dog.

If you have already completed the application and are approved, please phone or text your adoption counselor and we will set up a meeting.

Unsure? Email us at [email protected] and one of our team will answer or get back to you within hours!