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White Shepherd Dog/Breed Unknown
Picture of Asha, a female White Shepherd Dog/Breed Unknown

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Home:Texarkana, TX  
Age: 12 Years   Sex: Female   Weight: 51-100 lbs

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Ash, Asher, Ashy, Pretty Girl, Big Girl, "Asha.. asha.. ash calm down!"

Doggie Dynamics:
not playfulvery playful

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Quick Bio:
-mutt-part feral-dog rescue

March 5th 2004

Zeke, attention, love, playing, hunting for bugs and lizards outside.

loud noises or being in trouble.

Favorite Toy:
rope bone, rawhides, Zeke's tail, Zekes ears, anything that she can chew.

Favorite Food:
anything she knows shes not supposed to have...

Favorite Walk:
anywhere w/ Zeke or Amber

Best Tricks:
being so sweet =o)

Arrival Story:
long story short, we were told she was a shepherd/malamute, which was a lie. They then told us that she was pure Arctic Wolf. Which also is a lie because arctic wolves are born dark, and only gain their white color over time. We took her though because she was getting NO attention where she was at, was living outside (10 week old pup), she had gum stuck in between the pads of her feet, and most of all she was terribly shy and scared of people. I knew that things weren't going to get any better for her there, so we really couldn't say no. NOW she is the sweetest little girl we've ever had, sharp as a tack, and is getting better and better with strangers. After many months of research and thinking, we believe shes a Canadian Shepherd (White Shepherd)/ low content Arctic Wolf.

we wouldn't recommend anyone getting a wolf/dog unless they do some SERIOUS research (months and months), and have thought everything over. And even then, think it over again, they're not for the novice dog owner. Depending on content of wolf in the dog, they are close to impossible to housebreak. When not socialized A LOT they can be terribly shy of strangers. They MUST have exercise and a place to run. AND they must have something to chew on at all times, that cant be chewed through, or at least something that you can replace frequently (like rawhides). They MUST MUST MUST have another dog in the house for them to attach to, preferably of the opposite sex (not to breed, for companionship). Once you get a wolf/dog they're yours for life, because they're extremely more pack oriented than a domestic dog, so they will attach to their own pack (you, significant other, and other dogs in the house). And if for any reason you cant keep the animal, and are forced to re home it, some will be so stressed that they will pace for days, not eat, not drink, and some even die from exhaustion and stress. DON'T GET A WOLF DOG IF YOU HAVE ANY DOUBTS THAT YOU MIGHT NOT BE ABLE TO HANDLE IT, THEY ARE YOURS FOR LIFE.

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Cesar's Dogster Pack, Texarkana Dogs!

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May 10th 2004 More than 12 years!

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