Can I post a picture of a German Shepherd dog I cannot use as a PSD?
I was advised by a moderator and administrator from PSDS that a GSD would not make a good PSD for me. A golden would work out better. This GSD needs a loving home with adult, no other animals, or children. She's loving to me and has become attached, but I cannot keep with the people coming in my home. I have a pet and children friendly home. I've decided a golden would be a good choice for a PSD. I consulted a trainer wsho told me her front legs had been broken, most likely abuse. They healed without vet care and her feet are splayed.
on May 27th 2012
in Adoption & Rescue
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So, you make a committment to a dog, then decided to use this dog as a PSD, but on the advice of one organization, now decide the dog is not suitable. Now you want to cast aside a living, sentient being with health issues so you can replace with a "better" dog?
Seriously?? Why did you not do proper research before getting the gsd? Why can you not owner train her to suit your needs? Has a dr prescribed a psd for you?
Please do rehome the gsd..find a german shepherd rescue in your area. She deserves a loving home that will truly be committed to her for life.
Wiley answered on 5/27/12. Helpful? / 1
There's many people who would take him in, believe me on this one.
Are you on Facebook? If so, please post a really good picture of him and a really good description of him on your page, your friend's pages, dog/pet and/or dog/pet related pages and dog/pet groups. You'll find him a home REALLY quickly if you would do all of the above.
Friend animal cross posters/animal lovers/rescues/shelters on Facebook, post on their pages about him.
Join all of the dog groups that you can that are active and have a lot of members in them. Post in all of these type of group about him.
Of course, if anyone is interested in rescuing him, ask them a series of questions, if they don't answer or decline/ignore your questions, they're not right for your dog. People you have a bad feeling about, they're not right for your dog or if someone answers one of the questions and doesn't answer it "right", they're not the right owners for the dog.
Meet up with potential adopters and do a home check. Good luck
Howard answered on 6/25/12. Helpful? / 0