Unique ‘low rider’ German shepherd would welcome a home



What a unique dog; a “low rider” German shepherd as described by volunteers at the MCACC East Shelter in Mesa, Arizona. She came in as a stray on Tuesday and will be on a stray hold until Friday, but already has attracted the attention of advocates hoping to help. Could she be a cross between a German shepherd and a Corgi?

“… listed by the shelter as an only 1 year old German shepherd mix, not yet spayed, microchipped, or wearing a collar at intake. She is about 17 lb & a bit shy so far in the loud shelter, but seemed appreciative to have some yummy snacks.”

Please share this little one with family and friends and hope her family will find her. If not, she will be available for adoption. This sweetheart was found in the 85206 Zip Code.

Just a month ago, another “low rider” German shepherd was found in California. His story went “cuteness” viral and received numerous offers for adoption. It wasn’t long before he found his “forever home.” Make this little one’s dream come true also, and help her find her way home or into a new loving family who will give her a charmed life.

Check out her video:


https://www.facebook.com/PauseForPawsofEast/videos/478048252918433/

The Pet Rescue Report is not the point of contact. All information can be found at the shelter:

602-506-(PETS) #A4341248
MCACC East Shelter
2630 W. Rio Salado Parkway
Mesa, AZ 85201
Hours: Mon-Fri 11a-6p & Sat-Sun 11a-5pm

(Photos and video Pause for Paws of East)







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