Kelsey German Shepherd

I am waiting for my new family

Kelsey

If you could like to adopt Kelsey please completed our adoption form below, a member of our rehoming team will contact you

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Sex

Female

Age

7 years old

Location

Yorkshire
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Cat-friendly

No

What the rescue says about me

Kelsey is a 7 year old female sable short coat German Shepherd who is spayed, microchipped and vaccinations are up to date.

Home I am looking for

She is a beautiful girl who needs a home where she wont be left long hours, and will have lots of time with her humans

Me and other pets 

Kelsey has not been around cats, so we wont risk it. When Kelsey was younger she was attacked by another dog, and she ran into the road & was hit by a car, she now has a metal plate in her tail. No other injuries and no ongoing medical issues. This did however make her nervous of other animals and she would rather run than face them.

What I don't like

When left long hours she does chew her paws & tail. So she cannot be left too long.

Things you need to know

Kelsey is a much loved girl, and this is a sad but necessary rehome but being left long hours which is making her unhappy. Kelsey is great with people, and loves human company. She is housetrained, travels ok in the car. 
Kelsey is strong on the lead, recall is good.
She is a beautiful girl who needs a home where she wont be left long hours, and will have lots of time with her humans.

Currently in Halifax, Yorkshire.  

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