Koda has gone to be assessed as a police dog.  If after 3 months she does not make the grade she will be back with me.   The handler that visitied us earlier in the week said that up to now she seems the perfect girl for the job.


Good Luck Koda




2.5 year old spayed GSD (Black and Tan) bitch looking for her forever home. She is a beautiful girl, very clever, house trained, crate trained, basic commands, walks okay on lead etc. She has been living with another 10 year old GSD male for the last year with no issues but does not seem to get on with pushy / in your face dogs due to her past experiences.

No health issues, up to date with standard vaccinations, worming, flea treatments etc. From good pedigree with all the standard health checks, she is very bright and soaks up any training you give her like a sponge.


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It’s unknown what she would like be in a home with cats as she has never lived with them, I would think she would be okay with some basic manners and introduction. The same with children, she would probably need some supervision and intrduction but she is not a mouthy dog at all, she can jump up when excited although this is lessening. Probably a home with slightly older children or an experienced home with younger children would be most suitable.

The only reason she is being rehomed is due to the owner’s illness, unfortunately he has realised he just cannot give her what she needs and urgently needs to rehome her. She is your typical young shepherd who just wants to be loved!