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Sunday, December 6, 2015

"CALLIE" senior adult German Shepherd - please love me, spoil me

 A Happy Tails MCAS Adoption Update
 "Callie the German Shepherd"
Callie the German Shepherd is doing well! She's the new mascot of their bookstore down in Sheridan. She has a big cushy bed and an automatic water fountain that she loves and has really come out of her shell. She loves her new pug/beagle sister. They lay around together and play. They're already working fattening her up and goes for 2 long walks a day. He says her back seems better and she is  more strong in her back end and has way more tail wags!! Next week she's getting her teeth cleaned. She is doing GREAT and wanted you to know!

Nov 2015
Available for adoption with Multnomah County Animal Services!
Callie is now in a MCAS Foster home

here's my weblink ( Nov 7 - pending adoption)

Calling all German Shepherd lovers! My name is Callie and I'm a super sensitive lady that is looking for an adult only home that I can call my own. Not much is known about my past but my shelter friends can tell you that I have been stressed here and would love to find that special someone quickly! Although I haven't been showing a ton of social interactions with humans, food has been a great way to get my attention and all I need is someone to see my potential. I have been playful with adult respectful dogs, and wouldn't mind a brother in my new home. A family that has Shepherd experience to show me that the world isn't such a scary place, and can provide me with a safe place to explore my personality is what I'm searching for! I am also getting to the point where I may need some extra vet care for my hips. Shepherds are prone to getting arthritis later in life, so please be prepared. I am about 10 years old and weigh 76 pounds. Callie is currently in foster care. Contact her foster mom at or 503-544-5684 for more information.


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