update 9/15/19 Many of you have asked about Maggie. Maggie experienced an episode of seizures back in late November 2018, she has been on anti seizure medication. Maggie will need to be on this medication for the rest of her life with blood work to check the levels every 6 months. We don't like to look back on how things were but sadly when she had the episode of seizure she had loss her hearing, sight and sense of smell, the good news is that she has regained all of this back. Maggie is a very loving girl who wants to please everyone. Maggie would do well with a home without small children as she can be mouthy at times. She really enjoys having another dog in the home to play and cuddle.
This little pistol is Maggie. A young female Shepherd ball of energy and love. She is great with other dogs, and would thrive in a household with a fur sibling. She is in her mouthy stages, still losing her baby teeth, so can be a little much for a family with young children. Currently learning her basic obedience, she would be a perfect addition for a younger family with time to dedicate to her training and energy level. She loves to play with her new found toys, with supervision. Her curiosity and common puppy nature does ensure she will chew just about anything, so she will need a puppy proofed environment.
More about Maggie 2018-031
Good with Dogs, Good with Kids, Quiet, Does Good in the Car, Does not require a yard, Leashtrained, Cratetrained, Likes to play with toys, Prefers cool climate, Obedient, Playful, Timid, Affectionate, Eager To Please, Intelligent, Goofy
Other Pictures of Maggie 2018-031 (click to see larger version):
Currently we do not know if Maggie 2018-031 will be able to attend the event, Meet & Greet Adoption Event on Saturday, January 25th, 2020.