Otto – 11 month old male German Shepherd Cross

Otto is an 11 month old male German Shepherd cross. He has had enquiries in the past but we are yet to find the right home for him. His foster mum takes such good care of him so he needs a home where he will continue to blossom and thrive. Hes currently in North Yorkshire and available to meet.

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He’s used to living with other dogs but I’m sure he would cope okay as an only dog. He could potentially live with cats with the right introductions. He has sheep as neighbours which he’s got used to. He’s used to living in a pretty rural area but has had some trips out to towns/cafes.

Otto does have an old shoulder injury that he had when we rescued him as a small pup. He’s been having physio therapy on it to help build up strength so an adopter would need to keep this up. Otto is fully vaccinated, microchipped and neutered.

Please get in touch if you think Otto is the right companion for you.

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ELI for Animals
Eli for Animals is a Romanian registered charity who's mission is to help the homeless, neglected and abused animals of Romania. Given the dimension of the problem and the policies of the Romanian authorities in this matter, the Romanian stray dogs are our top priority. For further details regarding adopting a dog from ELI for Animals please email eliforanimals@gmail.com or telephone 07912484280. Please note, this rescue is a Romanian registered charity working with foster homes in the UK to help find new homes and secure a better future for the dogs in their care. All dogs are vaccinated, micro-chipped and spayed/neutered. Home checks will be carried out before adoptions and full rescue back up is provided after adopting.
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