🌟Long post: but please read. A month ago, we went to our local shelter; no special reason just decided to go after a family date. We saw so many beautiful pups but my husband commented on a German Shepherd that a family was about to adopt. He reminded us so much of our Max🌈and Zasha🌈 Well, we kept looking and went to several buildings. I wanted all of them! We were about to leave, but decided to go to the first building one more time. To our surprise "Twelve" was not adopted, the man wanted him, but the lady was scared because she had never had a dog over 15lbs. My husband immediately took him for a walk and it was as if this dog knew him! We all walked him and sat with him and it felt right. We adopted him July 13, 2017 and brought him home a few days later after surgery for neutering. He was a field surrender which means animal control officers took him from his previous owner. He was scared, and skinny and has some scars. He is one year old. We've been quiet because he was in a quarantine period, since we have other pups and because we wanted to make sure we were all a good fit. He's healthy and beautiful!! He's fully housebroken, crate trained and is learning basic commands. He's eating great and loves to play ball. Beethoven and Abby love him and all getting along. So please welcome our newest family member Blaz von Mullikin ("Blaz" is German for "unwavering protector"). The first picture is at the shelter, the last one is about a week ago here at home! #Blaz #BlaztheSheperd #Blazthegsd #BeautifulBlaz #adoptadogsavealife #rescued #rescuedogsofinstagram .
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