Bay Area German Shepherd Rescue
  • Female
  • Puppy
  • Adopted Oct 30, 2016
  • Good with Cats? Unknown
  • Good with Dogs? Both
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Thank you James Nickolopoulos for your sponsorship support - Maggie sure appreciates it.

Maggie thanks Dennis Dougherty for the kind sponsorship support - WOOF!

Many thanks Jane Pierce for your support - Maggie is very appreciative!

Maggie thanks Rebecca Hermes for the generous sponsorship support - WOOF!

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We estimate that Maggie is about 9 months old. She is somewhat petite and currently weighs 60 pounds. She enjoys playing with toys and likes being with other dogs, all signs that some part of her life was normal before being abandoned. Maggie’s behavior has changed a great deal since she arrived at her foster home and all signs point to continued slow-and-steady improvement with time.

Maggie is in a foster home where she is living with 2 adult male German Shepherds. She bonded quickly with both dogs and has learned the joys of rough and tumble play. She can be barky when a new dog comes to visit but she quiets down quickly. 

She is house trained and uses a dog door. She sleeps free at night and has access to the yard and a puppy-safe room in the house when her foster mom is at work. She eats her meals in a crate and goes in easily.

Maggie enjoys going out on leash walks with her foster pack. While on walks she wears a puppy prong collar and is quickly learning proper leash manners. Maggie likes joining her foster brothers in everything that they do. She can jump into the back of a pickup truck on her own and rides well on short rides.

When things are quiet around the house Maggie readily seeks out attention from her foster mom and enjoys being petted. During times with normal household activity Maggie may hang back, sitting at one of her “safe spots” or staying with the pack, but following behind.

Interested adopters should understand that Maggie does best when her life is structured.  She will need a home where her people have time to continue working on socialization, training and getting her out in the world. She would be happy to share her home with a resident dog.  If she is to be an only dog it would be best if her her people were mostly around.  

Maggie is living at a foster home in Los Gatos where she is patiently waiting to find her forever home.


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