Adopt Tracy RBT a Tan/Yellow/Fawn - with Black German Shepherd Dog / Black Mouth
Meet Tracy RBT Hey everybuddy, I am in a Foster Home in Kirkland, Washington. I think a Foster Home is kinda like a dress rehearsal for the big show, Getting Adopted! Except, I am not dressed. Unless you count my collar as clothes. I am rehearsing potty and crate training, during the crate training portion of the show, I do get to “sing” a little bit. I would much rather do the night time scene in the bedroom! Sometimes I feel this audition is for 1 of those teen coming of age dramas, because enter the jerky guy, who I am pretty sure will eventually end up to fall in love with me. We will just call him the Chiweenie Meanie. Names have been left out to protect the innocent…*cough cough* Merlin. You know, when a boy pulls your hair in elementary school, it really means they like you, kinda like that. I am female and about seven months old and weigh 30 lbs now, so I likely won’t get over 50lbs. I will be a solid medium dog German Shepherd/Blackmouth Cur type doggie. As I practice for getting adopted, I am being exposed to these small furry creatures called cats. I have to admit, upawn furst glance they were a bit scary, I thought perhaps the villians, so I did a little bork, but I don’t chase them. Turns out, they aren’t too bad at all. I also have a 12yr old human foster sister, and she is totally loveable, squad material. Who wouldn’t want to be my pal? I am wonderful, happy, playful yet also calm and well behaved for a seven month old. I am a little reserved with strangers but warm up quick. We also have rehearsal for commands like “sit”. I am a smart quick study! I don’t have too many complaints about the Foster Home life. Except I don’t like a table for one. I like my human to stay near be while I eat so I can look up between bites to make sure I am doing a great job at eating. In my downtime, I sunbath, try to get some of the Texas heat back into my body. I also wrastle and play with my buddies. Hit my theme music. * Running Down a Dream by Tom Petty plays in the background* Although most God’s Dogs Rescue foster dogs are in Texas and can be delivered to you, I am actually in Kirkland, WA and ready to meet you and get on with the main show, “Getting Adopted!”. GOD'S DOGS Rescue, in San Antonio TX, does not have a shelter. Our pups are raised in foster homes in the San Antonio area. Each pup comes spayed or neutered, up-to-date with age appropriate vaccinations, microchipped, heart worm tested if not started on heart worm preventatives early, and are current with monthly flea/tick and heart worm preventatives. ALL OF THIS IS INCLUDED IN THE ADOPTION PAYMENT OF $500 for pups under a year old, which also includes the cost of transportation to the assigned location. Medical records accompany each dog at the time of delivery. Microchips will be registered to new owner(s) within a week of arrival of your pet. If a name change is desired, the new name should be emailed to XXXX@godsdogsrescue.org prior to arrival of your new pup. Please visit our website http://godsdogsrescue.org/ for helpful info re: transport, our adoption process and application, volunteering and fostering, and pictures of our dogs/pups looking for homes!! Thank you for wanting to adopt a rescue dog, their LIVES depend on it!
June 14 on Adopt-a-Pet.com