Rex is a one-year-old male German Shepherd cross, hailing from Cyprus. Found as a stray, he was brought into the government shelter, where his intelligence and adaptability quickly became apparent.
Rex has seamlessly settled into the shelter routine, showcasing trust, adaptability, and an eagerness to please since day one.
As an adolescent, Rex falls on the larger side of medium, making him a robust and active companion.
He is currently sharing a compound with various dogs of different sizes, both males and females, demonstrating his ability to form quick relationships and navigate play with different characters.
While he could happily coexist with another dog, Rex is confident enough to be the sole resident dog in a household. Rex’s ideal home is active and equipped with a garden, catering to his need for both mental stimulation and outdoor exercise.
Given his German Shepherd cross heritage, Rex thrives on training and would benefit from a family experienced in handling the specific needs of a young German Shepherd.
Although Rex hasn’t had extensive exposure to young children, his temperament suggests that he could comfortably reside in a home with children aged 8 and above. However, due to his potential prey drive, he should live in a feline-free environment.
This German Shepherd cross is ready to embark on a new journey and form a strong bond with a family willing to provide him with kindness, playfulness, and opportunities to learn.
Rex’s outgoing nature and desire for mental and physical engagement make him an excellent companion for an outdoorsy and active family. Keep in mind that experience with German Shepherds is preferable, as they may pose challenges for first-time dog owners.
Rex’s health is in good standing, and he’s prepared to travel to his forever home. Any mention of his breed is an educated guess, and age estimations are made by vets based on the dog’s development, health, and teeth assessment.