He's not particularly playful with the other dogs and I don't think that will change based on what I've heard about him. He's very people-oriented. He's crazy about a tennis ball and will play until the ball is so slimy that no one wants to touch it any more.
If I was in the market for a shepherd he'd already be mine. He is awesome; probably the best looking foster shepherd I've had since Harlan. He's probably about 100 pounds, tall, well-built, solid enough to play rugby on a team of rottweilers. He's probably over-protective vis-a-vis other dogs who are not of his pack and may well have more prey drive than he needs, but for a serious shepherd owner who can control him, he's everything one could want, and more. A prospective owner must be able to control the dog and must be smarter than the dog. I'm contacting a few people who I think might be eligible. It's a short list.
|Maya met Theo with her tail up and fur up|
as she meets everyone. There was no problem.
|He is as tall as Gigi with a lot more bulk.|
|I used two leashes on him for our first walk,|
but he was really pretty easy.
|His head is sculptural.|
|He hopped right up on the stump when I asked|
and held a stay while I took pictures.
|This pretty must sums up the application process|
for this dog.
|Looking off into the sunset.|