i have owned a germen Shepard dog for over 7 years just me and her she was like a child to me Sadly due to a illness i had to put her down with a illness of
Anal furunculosis (also called perianal fistulas) is a distressing condition commonly affecting German Shepherd dogs and occasionally other breeds. The problem is one of chronic deep infection, inflammation, discharges and ulceration around the tail base and anus. she was a 1 in a million looking for a germen Shepard now to give many more years of love to which will be groomed every 2 or 3 months checked over on a regular basis kept up to date
with all vaccinations and worming if you contact me i can give you a contact number to phone my vet as a reference of how i look after my GSD i also do not want a GSD for Breeding i want it just as a companion quite happy to take a GSD Cross due to being on low income and not working could only afford to
pay max of £100 to prove it would be coming to a Loving home to be well taken care of.