There is nothing as wonderful as a mature, wise 8-9 year old female German Shepherd and Bobica is the epitome of grey gold!

Sadly she was been discarded by her owners, probably because they bought a puppy and their solution was to leave her in the streets to fend for herself!

She was caught by dog catchers and brought to a public shelter. When she tested positive for Leishmania she was going to be put down, but the shelter staff reached out to a rescuer and Bobica was saved and moved to kennels, where she is now waiting hopefully for someone who will give her the home she deserves and fill her last years with love, comfort and joy. And she will be the most loyal friend in the world!

Bobica is a little careful at first when you meet her, but she soon warms up and is very affectionate when she starts to relax – she has a lovely, kind disposition. But she is not a lap dog and will need her space, at least until she really trusts you.

She gets along fine with other dogs but is a quiet girl – she mainly keeps to herself, and does not play with the other dogs in her kennel.

Healthwise, Bobica’s condition is fairly good for her age and her Leishmaniosis appears to be well managed with medication. We don’t know
if she has ever lived in a home, so she might need house training, but she is a very clever girl so she will soon catch up for lost time.

The ideal home for Bobica is a calm household where the needs of an elderly dog will be met and where she can be together with her humans
most of the time, because that is what a GSD wants.

She appears to have had a rough time so she will need space and understanding from the people around her. She will probably be happiest
in semirural or rural surroundings where she will be allowed to protect her home and give notice of arriving guests.

She is estimated to be 8-9 years old, spayed, microchipped and fully vaccinated. Rescue back up provided.

She is currently based in Macedonia, but we are hoping to find her a loving home in the UK.

To foster or adopt her please email us for an application form.

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For further details about adopting a dog from Strays Without Borders, please contact Hollie by emailing or by visiting their website at All dogs rehomed via this rescue will be vaccinated, neutered/spayed and microchipped. Home checks apply and full post-adoption support is offered.

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