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Name: Cass
Rescue ID: 18385
Status: Adopted!
Species: Dog
Breed: German Shepherd Dog
Learn more about the German Shepherd Dog.
Sex: Female (spayed)
Current Size: 51 Pounds
General Potential Size: Large
Current Age: 2 Years 7 Months (best estimate)
Indoor or Outdoor: Indoor Only
Good with Dogs: Yes
Good with Cats: No
Housetrained: Yes
Description:

Cass’s current foster unexpectedly is moving out of state. Cass is currently undergoing heartworm treatment and is in need of a quiet and stable home to finish out her treatment. During this time she will need to be kept on excerise and activity restrictions.
Cass is such a great dog! She is very smart and confident. She would do best in a home with more relaxed and submissive dogs similar in size as she does sometimes want to be in charge. Cass has not lived with children, she does have a prey drive and would not do well in a home with cats or small dogs.


If you have previously applied with us please email adoptionatmars@gmail.com  to reactivate your application with new interest.

We are a foster based rescue located in Brooklyn Park, Minnesota. We do require adoptions to physically take place at our adoption center and do not provide transport of any of our animals. If you are not local to us we encourage you to look at rescues and shelters in your area as many animals are in need across the United States.

 
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PETFINDER VIEWERS:  Find our applications at www.midwestanimalrescue.org

*The pet you are viewing is a rescued pet which is most often from an animal control facility and does not come with a pedigree. The breed(s) listed are our best guess and are in no way guaranteed. Sometimes the pets appear to be a particular breed(s) in the pictures we receive from our rescue partners and when they arrive we are surprised to see an entirely different breed(s) in person!  If you choose to DNA test your adopted pet, test results may vary from company to company and our breed guess may not be reflected in those results as it is just that, our best guess. It is with deep longing that we wish there was a breed called "cute" as we believe all of our dogs would fall under this new breed classification!