by Helen Hartel
Grace and Annie are four-year-old German shepherd siblings. They were brought to the shelter because they frequently escaped from their backyard. This make sense, since they were left outside on their own all of the time. What else are two girls to do when they aren’t made an integrated part of the family pack? Clearly, they got creative and found some fun and adventure. Let’s be honest, dogs, all pets for that matter, need human attention, don’t you think? Maybe you could fulfill that need.
Here are some things you should know about them:
- They are popular with the volunteers and are considered nice dogs.
- Their former owner reported that they behave well with other dogs of all sizes and cats, too.
- They do well in the car.
- They are good when walking while leashed.
- They have never had the opportunity to play with children.
Annie and Grace love to play together in the shelter yards and enjoy their time together, but they are housed separately due to the size of the kennels. What does that mean? You can adopt just one, or both, because they have done well when separated.
In spite of the fact that these dogs were largely ignored previously, they are remarkably calm and affable. They would thrive in a home with their forever families where they will become an integrated part of the household; living inside, going on walks or hikes with people that care for their well-being.
If you are ready for a great life full of adventure, ask to meet one or both now.
To adopt Grace and/or Annie request Grace A4508576 Annie A4508675. The Agoura Shelter is at 29525 Agoura Road, Agoura Hills. Occasionally pets have already been adopted. To check availability, call 818-991-0071 or visit http://animalcare.lacounty.gov