A Shelter Full of Hope and Promise




Breed: Shepherd Mix
Gender: Female
Age: 11 years young
Size: Large
Where you can find me: At WAG


Energy Level: Low
Training Goals: Mandatory Training session booked in with a WAG approved trainer post-adoption
House trained? Yes
Kids? 10 + I like children that respect my space when I need it
Cats? Unknown
Dogs? Yes, with proper socialization
Medical Needs: Awaiting surgery to remove a mass from my side. I am waiting to hear if I will also need eye surgery! 

About Me:


I am a sweet senior lady looking for a home to spoil me and keep me feeling my best! 

I am a gentle and loving pup. I love having my neck scratched, and lounging in the yard. Shelter life is new to me as I have never lived indoors, but I have been a brave girl and am adjusting well. It will take me some time to get used to living in a home, but so far I love the comfy beds here!

I am 11 years young! Even though I am a senior, I have energy to play and go for adventures. I can't wait to find a home that will keep me safe, healthy and give me all the love I deserve during my golden years! 


My Perfect Match:

-Is willing to take a few trips to WAG to get to know me before taking me home.

-Has lots of patience and understanding of my past.

-I have never lived in a home before and can be quite nervous and anxious! If my adopters were open to using a GPS collar that would be pretty awesome!

-Will work with me to become comfortable in cars, this is something I never had to do in my previous life and can cause me some anxiety.

- Will make sure I stay healthy, getting the proper nutrition and excercise that I need

-Loves sweet, friendly seniors

- Preferably has a yard or access to a yard, I am currently a bit nervous of doing my business on leash

-Will go very slow with me and let me move at my own pace.

-Will love me forever no matter what!

My Story:

I was surrendered to WAG at a recent Wellness Clinic as my previous owners could no long care for me. I have a large cyst on my side that will be removed, and an eye injury that the vet believes I have had for a while. 

If you cannot adopt me at this time please consider making a donation to WAG, so they can continue to take on critical care cases like me!